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 Apr. 16, 2015
REVIEW: Not since “The Blair Witch Project” in 1999 has a horror film taken such a creative approach to conjure scares as “Unfriended.”
The success of the 2012 Oscar-winning documentary “20 Feet From Stardom” may have reopened the door for “The Wrecking Crew,” about the anonymous Los Angeles studio musicians who played on scores of hits of the 1960s.
REVIEW: The bestselling author's latest love story, “The Longest Ride,” is spoon-fed entertainment, but it tastes pretty good.
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Laurie Hertzel is senior editor for books at the Star Tribune, where she has worked since 1996.
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.
REVIEW: Noah Baumbach’s brisk new comedy “While We’re Young” is very funny and sublimely morbid about topics invisible to modern movie humor.
REVIEW: With a stale story, blobby script, hodgepodge cast and needless 3-D design, "Home" plays more like an overstretched short subject than a feature.
Stephen Colbert came to the Tribeca Film Festival to interview filmmaker George Lucas, but the "Star Wars" creator had a question of his own.
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Tatiana Maslany gives multiple personalities a new meaning in “Orphan Black.”
Updated 6:06 PM
ESPN has suspended Britt McHenry just hours after a video surfaced of the reporter swearing at and insulting a tow lot employee.
Updated 10:05 AM