Twin Cities Film Fest Boasts More MN-Connections, Broader Line-Up The sixth annual Twin Cities Film Festival is boasting a broader line-up this year, featuring more movies with Minnesota connections, more documentaries and more features from filmmakers around the world.
Minnesotans Take A Stand And Watch ‘The Interview’After days of back and forth, a movie that many thought would never be shown to the public is now playing.
After Threat, Top Theaters Choose Not To Show 'The Interview' The nation's largest theater chains have decided to pull Sony Pictures' "The Interview" following threats of violence from hackers calling themselves the Guardians of Peace.
Movie Blog: 'Man Of Steel,' 'The End,' & Arrested DevelopmentMan of Steel tries to transpose the psychological profile of its target audience onto a figure who is by definition supposed to be superior to them. All the visual effects and urban carnage in the world can't make the spectacle of two basically invincible figures duking it out emotionally involving.
Movie Blog: Summer Forever, But For 'Spring Breakers'"Spring break forever," is one of the many phrases that get repeated by disembodied voices like so many airhead mantras throughout Harmony Korine's hot and bothered exploitation stunner "Spring Breakers."
Movie Blog: Is Return To 'Oz' Worth The Trip?There are any number of reasons why The Wizard of Oz endures in American pop culture. It remains many kids' first memorable movie. Flying monkeys have probably figured into more nightmares than Hannibal Lechter, Freddy Krueger and Pennywise combined.
Movie Blog: 'Apes' Human After All, Men Interchangeable<em>Rise of the Planet of the Apes</em> is relentlessly ridiculous to the point where you wonder if apes were behind the camera in addition to being in front of it, but the movie is never less than totally entertaining summer escapism.
James Franco's Arm Trapped... AgainJames Franco parodied his role in "127 Hours" on The Daily Show last night by getting his arm trapped under a mini-fridge in the green room.
Movie Blog: Franco Continues Hot Streak In 'Howl'With their new movie Howl, based on Allen Ginsberg's celebrated (and demonized) epic beat poem of the same title, Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman have taken their cinema to a previously unexplored territory.