REVIEW: Jake Gyllenhaal brings a captivating ickiness as a crime-chasing freelance videographer, making “Nightcrawler” one of the year’s most satisfying and original thrillers. Updated 5:45 PM
REVIEW: Demented, twisted and at times gonzo humorous, “Horns” is shamelessly amusing. Daniel Radcliffe saves a movie that is somewhere between fish and fowl.
In the brilliantly dark comedy "Force Majeure," an imperfect couple move from holiday pleasure to discontent, exasperation and self-destructive conflict.
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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: Gregg Araki’s cumbersome film version of the novel “White Bird in a Blizzard” is classic “you’ve got to be kidding” fare.
REVIEW: While Brad Pitt's World War II film “Fury” occasionally shocks, it is ultimately not as moving as, say, “Saving Private Ryan.” But writer/director David Ayer has accomplished something arguably more noble.
REVIEW: A smart kid and a scrappy killjoy supply one another with comedy and life lessons in "St. Vincent." It’s a familiar premise, but it sails ahead on the collective charms of its ensemble cast, led by Bill Murray.
REVIEW: There’s a whole lot of suburban wheel-spinning going on in “Men, Women & Children,” based on Chad Kultgen’s 2011 novel that no doubt seemed more shocking a mere three years ago than it does today.
REVIEW: “The Book of Life” is a colorful, inventive animated adventure about a feisty Mexican girl and her two suitors.
The Los Angeles-bred Doomtree rapper opens up on his troubled past and sees a bright future.
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Minneapolis officials and club owners address perceptions in the wake of recent incidents.
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