When Nick Schenk wrote the screenplay for “Gran Torino,” he said star and director Clint Eastwood didn’t change a word — a highly unusual occurrence in the land of endless rewrites. The Minnesota native had a different experience with “The Judge.” Updated Sep. 12, 2014
THE STARFISH THROWERS⋆⋆⋆½ out of four starsUnrated, but suitable for ages 10 and older.Theater: St. Anthony Main.A tween girl in...
REVIEW: John Lithgow and Alfred Molina are amiable delights as just-married New Yorkers forced to live apart temporarily.
Laurie Hertzel is senior editor for books at the Star Tribune, where she has worked since 1996.
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“As Above/So Below” mashes up horror, mystery and adventure movies, but it’s more unpleasant than scary.
“Frank” is weird, wonderful and best of all, truly original.
The new mega-selling video game "Destiny" is an ambitious project from the makers of “Halo,” but your goal is always the same: Go kill everybody. It's an unimaginative setback from "Halo," which at least provided compelling motivation for all the mayhem.
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