REVIEW: In “The Water Diviner,” he plays an Aussie farmer seeking his three sons lost on a Turkish battlefield.
REVIEW: Writer/director Victor Levin’s intelligent, often entertaining, occasionally touching romantic drama quickly moves beyond the commonplaces of boy-meets-girl movies.
REVIEW: In this richly imperfect piece about the vagaries of a life spent in film, French writer-director Olivier Assayas is most interested in the ways in which humans circle back to the people they’ve been.
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Laurie Hertzel is senior editor for books at the Star Tribune, where she has worked since 1996.
REVIEW: Love is eternal – sometimes painfully so – in Blake Lively's sci-fi fantasy romance.
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.
REVIEW: Who’s going to speak out against the flagrant and wanton misuse of talented comedians in “Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2?”
REVIEW: Disney's latest nature film is an entertaining look at caste systems in the animal kingdom.
Minnesota music hero Charlie Parr finally has a team behind his new record but is still a one-of-a-kind, one-man operation on the road.
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As networks get ready to announce their 2015-16 schedules — and thereby ring the death knell for a number of shows on the bubble — it’s time to make one last plea for our favorites.
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