The documentary maker says Donald Rumsfeld relishes trying to outfox his interviewers: “He liked being in front of the cameras; he liked being in a position of power." Updated 2:41 PM
REVIEW: “The Other Woman” is an escapist women’s empowerment comedy that's elevated by the simple virtue of being very, very funny.
REVIEW: "'Only Lovers Left Alive" may have some value as a parable about aging into irrelevance, but everyone knows that getting old is a drag.
REVIEW: The former defense secretary reviews — or rationalizes — his career on the world stage in the new documentary from Errol Morris.
The comedy of embarrassment reaches mountainous heights of mortification in the delicious English trifle "Alan Partridge." Plus capsule reviews of other new movies.
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Laurie Hertzel is senior editor for books at the Star Tribune, where she has worked since 1996.
Blockbusters starring Captain America and a bunch of cute lemurs arrive in theaters along with MSPIFF 2014. Updated Apr. 2, 2014
REVIEW: In his first, and likely last, outing as a director, cinematographer Wally Pfister delivers a garbled, dispiriting, pseudo-cerebral non-thriller with a deadly dull Johnny Depp.
The title character of the florid crime comedy "Dom Hemingway" could be an escapee from a Tarantino script, all flashy character traits and verbal overkill. Plus "Bears" and "Watermark."
Tickets for the long-awaited hometown reunion show go on sale May 3 for $50. The new release that went out late Wednesday promises “some very special guests” for opening acts at the show.
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The Minnesota Orchestra board of directors on Thursday approved a 2-year contract for Osmo Vänskä to return as music director. He will start May 1.
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