Not adjusting for inflation, Clint Eastwood’s Iraq War drama has made $217.1 million, surpassing Steven Spielberg’s WWII epic at $216.5 million. Updated 11:18 PM
REVIEW: The Oscar nominees for animated short films include a few standouts, but this year's live-action lineup is weak.
REVIEW: “Project Almanac” is an agreeable and entertaining teen time-travel thriller that’s equal parts Ray Bradbury and John Hughes.
Laurie Hertzel is senior editor for books at the Star Tribune, where she has worked since 1996.
Find breaking news, concert updates and people news in the arts and entertainment world
TV and film's biggest stars -- from Reese Witherspoon to Matthew McConaughey to Lupita Nyong'o -- light up the red... Updated Jan. 26, 2015
REVIEW: Jennifer Aniston turns in the riskiest, most emotionally naked performance of her career in “Cake.” The anti-vanity leap she takes is big, brave and deserving of sustained admiration.
REVIEW: A quieter kind of kids movie, Oscar-nominated “Song of the Sea” casts a delicate spell.
REVIEW: Any film credited with its own "mustache wrangler" really should have been much more fun than Johnny Depp's latest misfiring action-comedy.
As networks struggle to keep up with cable and streaming video, they are reaching out to groups they once ignored — and the ratings prove they’re doing the right thing.
Updated Jan. 30, 2015
The Shotgun Ragtime Band closes in on 200 consecutive Sunday nights of keeping the Grateful Dead alive at a south Minneapolis bar.
Updated 5:46 PM