Hollywood shamelessly marches forward into the past this season, bringing the likes of “Mad Max,” “Terminator” and the toothy stars of “Jurassic World” back onto the big screen. Updated May. 5, 2015
REVIEW: How can you expand a cinematic universe of hit after hit? With another hit. From the very first word in the new Avengers blockbuster, “Age of Ultron” — opening Thursday night — you know you’re in for a Mach 5 roller-coaster ride.
REVIEW: This antiwar fable, set in the former Soviet Union, was an Oscar nominee.
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Star Tribune film critic Colin Covert joins Vineeta Sawkar to talk about some of the many movies being released this... Updated May. 1, 2015
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.
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.
The special Mother's Day concert was announced Tuesday along with lyrics to his new song "Baltimore," each inspired by the Freddie Gray case.
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The impact of hip-hop's arrival on the pop music scene eclipsed that of the Beatles-led British invasion of 1964, a computer analysis of 17,000 songs has found.
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