Go-to supervillain Oscar Isaac gazes into our dark future in the artificial intelligence thriller “Ex Machina.”
Updated: April 18, 2015, - 02:00 PM
REVIEW: The wartime comedy “Queen and Country” is a delightfully whimsical portrait of 1952 England, a time and place of class discord that’s both uproarious and politically pointed.
Updated: April 16, 2015, - 02:48 PM
REVIEW: There's more stink than kink to "Fifty Shade of Grey," the much-ballyhooed, failed attempt at steamy erotica, film reviewer Colin Covert says.
Updated: April 10, 2015, - 11:45 AM
MSPIFF opens with a Swedish hit but spotlights plenty of Minnesota talent.
Updated: April 10, 2015, - 10:39 AM
REVIEW: The title sounds like a drab “Marigold Hotel” snoozer, but this comedy is a start-to-finish rocket-speed riot.
Updated: April 10, 2015, - 10:23 AM
REVIEW: The bestselling author's latest love story, “The Longest Ride,” is spoon-fed entertainment, but it tastes pretty good.
Updated: April 10, 2015, - 10:20 AM
The actress is doubly adept at comedy and heavy drama. Just don’t ask her to dance.
Updated: April 03, 2015, - 04:16 PM
REVIEW: "Furious 7," the follow-up to the sequel to the sequel to the sequel to the sequel to the sequel of the launch of the high-octane adventure yarn, is dumb, but it’s also enjoyable.
Updated: April 03, 2015, - 04:15 PM
REVIEW: Noah Baumbach’s brisk new comedy “While We’re Young” is very funny and sublimely morbid about topics invisible to modern movie humor.
Updated: April 03, 2015, - 11:23 AM