Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival
After 12 days and 200-some feature films, the Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival winds down with “The Skeleton Twins,” a touching comedic drama starring “SNL” veterans Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader. Updated 2:17 PM
REVIEW: Imagine a Venn diagram charting three qualities: silly, gross and dumb. At the point where they overlap, you will find the fright film spoof “A Haunted House 2."
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."
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Blockbusters starring Captain America and a bunch of cute lemurs arrive in theaters along with MSPIFF 2014. Updated Apr. 2, 2014
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Captain America battles enemies foreign and domestic in the gripping blockbuster “The Winter Soldier.”
Two recently opened shops in St. Paul add to music fans’ busiest shopping day.
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Minneapolis Institute of Arts will host imperial treasures from the Habsburg dynasty next February in their first-ever U.S. show. it will bring to Minnesota 500 years of European royal treasures, most of which have never left Austria.
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