Saturday Night Live Alum Will Forte joins Dave to discuss his new film, NEBRASKA
Thanksgiving weekend is one of the most popular times of year to catch a movie with family and friends. After all, what better way to get all that turkey, stuffing, potatoes and pumpkin pie full through your system than with a nice big bucket of buttery popcorn?
The winners of the 2013 Twin Cities Film Fest will be announced at a closing night gala Saturday. Festival organizers have announced 16 finalists for the slate of awards.
Chaske Spencer in town for the Twin Cities Film Festival, talks with Dave Lee.
The Twin Cities Film Fest is giving an advance look at some of the movies in its 2013 lineup. Alexander Payne’s “Nebraska” and the film adaptation of Tracy Letts’ Pulitzer- and Tony-winning play “August: Osage County” are among movies at this year’s festival.
From “Sixteen Candles” to “Animal House” — which is your favorite?
Jerry Lewis made a movie so bad he won’t let you see it…
From the people who brought you Batman, Avatar, and the Lord of the Rings comes the performance golf lab at Rush Creek in Maple Grove, one of only a handful across the country – and the first in Minnesota. It’s the exact same technology used to make heroes come to life on the big screen.
From “The Breakfast Club” to “Mean Girls,” what’s the best school movie? You decide!
A St. Paul house featured in the movie “Grumpy Old Men” is up for sale. The house’s exteriors were used for the home of Jack Lemmon’s character in the 1993 film. The house has a view of Lake Phalen and is listed for $195,000.
Looking for late-night activities that don’t involve bar-hopping? Check out this list for some great ideas in Minnesota.
The Coen brothers’ 1960s folk revival “Inside Llewyn Davis” earned the Grand Prix, Cannes’ second most prestigious award. The film’s breakout star, Oscar Isaac, accepted the award for the Coens, who won the Palme in 1991 for “Barton Fink.”
Check out these interesting alternatives in Minnesota to the usual summer blockbuster movies.
As Kuoth Wiel wore her Augsburg College robe, she looked antsy like many grads. Her graduation day emotions may seem typical, but what’s going on in her life right now is not – nor is her past. “Because of the war, we went to Ethiopia,” Wiel said. She was born in the Sudan, and her parents made it out with her from a civil war.