This week, Stephanie Curtis finds "Austenland" to be a romantic comedy that's slightly above adequate, while Euan Kerr revels in the beauty of martial arts film "The Grandmaster."
The offer is for a two month 'play and talk' period beginning Sept. 30 using the provisions of the contract which lapsed last year.
Stephanie Curtis likes the movie "Ain't Them Bodies Saints" more than the title, and Euan Kerr ends up celebrating "World's End."
Some 600 people gathered in downtown Minneapolis Tuesday night to discuss possible solutions to resolve the ongoing Minnesota Orchestra lockout.
Concerned that an ongoing lockout of musicians by the Minnesota Orchestra has left the orchestra unprepared, the Swedish recording company BIS has postponed a planned September session, orchestra officials confirmed today.
The Minnesota Orchestra rejected a proposal to enter mediation with the musicians' union after its members accepted it.
Minnesota Public Radio's Euan Kerr discusses Ashton Kutcher's shallow portrayal of Apple computer founder Steve Jobs in "Jobs" during this week's Cube Critics.
Movies about teenagers are a staple of mall megaplexes, particularly during the summer. But the vast majority of them rarely depict the realities of teen life, director James Ponsoldt argues.
Minnesota Public Radio's Euan Kerr and Stephanie Curtis discuss Neil Blomkamp's sensibilities, big stars and the multicultural cast in "Elysium" during this week's Cube Critics.
When many people think of comic-book heroes, they likely picture a pantheon of ultra-muscled superheroes. But some hard core fans of the comics prefer "Love and Rockets," which portrays real people and is considered by some to be the pinnacle of the art form.
Minnesota Public Radio's Euan Kerr discusses gang affiliation, fatherhood issues and gender inequities in "The Smurfs 2" during this week's Cube Critics.
MPR Arts Reporter and Cube Critic Euan Kerr joins Steve Seel and Jade to talk about 'Smurfs 2' -- and how adults won't feel deep regret if they have to see it with their kids.
When documentary-maker Josh Oppenheimer visited Indonesia, he felt as if he were visiting Germany 40 years after the Holocaust and finding the Nazis still in charge. This week, he presents "The Act of Killing," a film he made about what he discovered.
Minnesota Public Radio's Euan Kerr discussed the physical and drug-induced trips, the improvisation and Michael Cera's new persona in "Crystal Fairy & the Magical Cactus" during this week's Cube Critics.
Euan Kerr reviews Sebastián Silva's road drama starring Michael Cera and Gaby Hoffman, plus Maggie Carey's teen comedy starring Aubrey Plaza and Bill Hader.