Sundance film festival
This year's mix of movies at Sundance 2015 leaned toward the mediocre, but critic Colin Covert found a few films that will reward audiences in the months to come, including one with a Minnesota connection. Updated Jan. 29, 2015
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.
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Laurie Hertzel is senior editor for books at the Star Tribune, where she has worked since 1996.
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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.
Gone from Minnesota for 25 years, the Hüsker Dü vet is reliving his old band more, thanks to a push by his new band.
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With ads including “Insurgent,” “Furious 7,” “Terminator Genisys” and “Minions,” the Patriots and Seahawks won’t be the only ones battling on Sunday.
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