REVIEW: A high school football team’s amazing winning streak is broken in “When the Game Stands Tall.”
Aubrey Plaza, resident pessimist of “Parks and Recreation,” makes one heck of a cutie-pie zombie in "Life After Beth."
REVIEW: Extra geezer star power and an influx of younger bucks can't save the Expendables from living up to their name as they limp through the third film in the action franchise.
REVIEW: "What If" deftly balances sweet, tart and crude moments that add up to a surprisingly attractive romantic comedy.
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Laurie Hertzel is senior editor for books at the Star Tribune, where she has worked since 1996.
‘Life of Crime’ while entertaining in parts, is flat and sluggish. ‘Frank’ is quirky and utterly engaging. Updated 12:22 PM
REVIEW: Brendan Gleeson shines in the darkly comic drama as a priest trying to unravel a death threat.
It isn’t news that musical therapy can produce striking results, but rarely has it been as movingly illustrated as in “Alive Inside.”
REVIEW: The “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” earn a Michael Bay-produced 3-D reboot that spares no expense in special effects and spares no decibel in the volume that is the soundtrack to all their new mayhem.
REVIEW: Despite spending the first interminable 20 minutes attempting to develop its cookie-cutter characters, “Into the Storm” quickly spirals downward into a vortex of vapidity.
As his old band, now led by Gary Louris, carries on again without him, former Jayhawks co-frontman Mark Olson talks about the issues that led to their rupture.
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“Frank” is weird, wonderful and best of all, truly original.
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