What I Watched in the 2nd Week of the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival
Was the best movie I saw also the longest? Yep, sometimes that's just how it goes.
Candid Trans Sex Workers, Jerky Teen Boys, and a Really Nice Caftan: A Report From Week 1 of MSPIFF
Here are the 13 movies I've watched in the past eight days. Whew.
An Educated Guesser’s Mini-Guide to the 2023 Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival
Intimidated by the MSPIFF schedule? Don't know where to start? Let's give you a hand with that.
‘Return to Seoul’ Is a Complex, Brilliant Journey Into the Past. ‘Spinning Gold’ Is Garbage.
You can watch a fantastic character study or a dreadful biopic—the choice is yours.
‘John Wick: Chapter 4’ Cements Keanu Reeves’s Status as the Anti-Tom Cruise
The John Wick saga ends with imaginatively violent set pieces you'd expect. Too bad it's not really over.
‘One Fine Morning’ and ‘The Quiet Girl’ Tell Stories of Everyday Lives
And if you think that's boring, that's your problem, pal!
Don’t You Just Hate When a Movie Gets Worse Halfway Through?
'Of an Age' and 'Close' both start strong.
Dave Bautista is a (Not the) Rock in ‘Knock at the Cabin,’ Clones Atone for the Rich in ‘Infinity Pool,’ and ‘Skinamarink’ Is a Little Dinky
A roundup of this month's spooky movie offerings.
Dead Men Walking: ‘Living’ and ‘A Man Called Otto’ Both Have One Foot in the Grave
Two new remakes translate superior movies into English, for those of you who can't read.
‘Women Talking’ and ‘Plane’ Offer Exactly What Their Titles Promise
And that’s all Sarah Polley’s feminist drama and the new Gerard Butler action movie have in common.