This year's mix of movies at Sundance 2015 leaned toward the mediocre, but critic Colin Covert found a few films that will reward audiences in the months to come, including one with a Minnesota connection.
Updated: January 29, 2015, - 12:06 PM
PARK CITY, UTAH -- This year’s Sundance Film Festival has a rich roster of films from all around the world...
Updated: January 29, 2015, - 11:21 AM
REVIEW: As an Alzheimer's victim, the actress brings a jolt of electricity to an otherwise unremarkable drama.
Updated: January 22, 2015, - 02:49 PM
Oscar nominee Jason Hall went above and beyond Chris Kyle’s book to understand his sacrifice.
Updated: January 20, 2015, - 11:40 AM
Jessica Chastain talks about her old school buddy – and now onscreen hubby – Oscar Isaac.
Updated: January 16, 2015, - 04:37 PM
REVIEW: “American Sniper” is director Clint Eastwood's darkest, tightest and most morally ambiguous drama since he shot the western dead with “Unforgiven.” | ★★★½
Updated: January 15, 2015, - 04:07 PM
It will be an eight-entry Oscar race for best picture, with some of the most interesting head-to-heads in years. This is not the sort of lineup where it’s easy to place bets, even though “The Grand Budapest Hotel” and "Birdman" lead with nine nominations each.
Updated: January 15, 2015, - 03:14 PM
REVIEW: Casting Chris Hemsworth as a computer hacker is one of the biggest slip-ups in the laughable cyber-espionage thriller “Blackhat.”
Updated: January 15, 2015, - 02:29 PM
REVIEW: The cool thriller “A Most Violent Year,” set in 1981 New York City, uses the jaundiced past of a crumbling city to critique the present.
Updated: January 15, 2015, - 02:19 PM