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The White Tiger⋆⋆⋆ out of four starsRating: R.Where: Lagoon Cinema."White people are on the way out," asserts Balram, the hero (sort of) and title character…
Dakota Johnson stars as a woman grappling with cancer.
Former Guthrie company member John Carroll Lynch is a versatile Hollywood go-to.
After years of writing and dreaming, a Minnesota filmmaker will compete at this month's Sundance Film Festival.
Want to see "Wild Indian" and some of the other movies at the Sundance Film Festival (Jan. 28-Feb. 3)? This year, you don't have to…
Catch up with the world of "WandaVision" in the Marvel Cinematic Universe on Disney Plus.
Emerald Fennell's satire is a shocking drama one moment and a riotous comedy the next.
I guess we've arrived at the point where even movie titles are dogwhistles?The goofy "Fatale," starring Hilary Swank in the title role, very much wants…
They haven't gotten many chances, but Black filmmakers have created a lot of excellence.
Regina King's drama works best when the actors don't speak.
Paul Greengrass' moving western is helping to reopen movie theaters before it streams.
Check out these digital productions and interactive experiences.
Two Oscar-worthy women are the reason to see this film with Shia LaBeouf.
Well-chosen details reveal the breadth of Emma Thompson's characters.
My Autobiography of Carson McCullersBy Jenn Shapland. (Tin House Books, 266 pages, $22.95.)This winter, if you read just one book that seems to be a…
Our critics discuss the highs and lows of 2020 quarantine viewing in their living rooms.
'Nomadland'Jessica Bruder's nonfiction book seemed unfilmable, but director Chloé Zhao and star Frances McDormand reconceived it as a magical, compassionate drama about people living without…
Growing up in a musical family influenced the latest from Pete Docter.
A musician figures out what's important in life in Pixar's "Soul."
"Wonder Woman" sequel is really fun until its ending falls flat.
But "The Midnight Sky" is best in terrestrial scenes with the star.
Forget the figgy pudding; these holiday movies will remind you what a big get-together is like.
Filmmakers smartly reshape August Wilson play for the screen.
It's the end of the world as we know it for Gerard Butler and family, and it doesn't feel fine.
Lyle Mitchell Corbine Jr.'s "Wild Indian" will compete with nine other films in the upcoming virtual festival.
Check out these "Alfred Hitchcock" movies that were made by other people.
An ocean cruise is a chance to reopen wounds in an improvised comedy from Steven Soderbergh.
The stars shine in this movie musical, even if it doesn't always make sense.
Barrymore does double duty in a crass comedy.
Fact-based football drama "Safety" is an inspiring tale.
Review: With theaters shuttered, "Edward Snowden" premieres online.
The annual festival, usually in Utah, will switch to virtual and remote sites in 2021, including Minneapolis.
The organization will continue to develop new work in a home in south Minneapolis.