They're back in the saddle: Arts reporter Euan Kerr back from a restful vacation in his homeland, the Movie Maven Stephanie Curtis going through withdrawal after a week with no movie banter.
This week Cube Critics discuss the Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival, plus a cabin getaway replete with blood, horror and humor.
MPR arts reporter Euan Kerr and Stephanie Curtis the Movie Maven may be mired in the movie doldrums this week, but Minnesota's biggest film event of the year, The Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival, looms on the horizon. That's what dominated the dialogue on this edition of Cube Critics.
Ridley Scott, films about hockey fighting, fairy tales and father/son rivalries came up today in Cube Critics.
Finally, a movie that has pushed the word "dystopian" into our everyday vocabulary. Cube Critics discuss "The Hunger Games."
Stephanie Curtis the Movie Maven and arts reporter Euan Kerr are always in 'chat mode' about the movies they've seen.
Every day is "Tilda Swinton Day" if you're MPR arts reporter Euan Kerr. He and Stephanie Curtis, the Movie Maven, talk about Swinton's latest film, "We Need to Talk About Kevin," in this week's edition of Cube Critics.
This week, Stephanie and Euan discuss bad cop movies of the Woody Harrelson variety and non-narrated documentaries on Cube Critics.
The Cube Critics discuss the Oscars with Chris Hewitt, movie critic for the St. Paul Pioneer Press.
Two movies with war in the title, but the soldiers are missing.
Short films, Denzel Washington going rogue, and a certain inter-galactic blockbuster getting a three dimensional treatment, all came up today on Cube Critics.
Today, an Iranian drama about domestic friction and what happens when some teens become imbued with magical powers, on Cube Critics.
Today, the Cube Critics' conversation centered on films in which a 19th century woman passes as a man and wolves become Liam Neeson's nemeses.
The Cube Critics sort through the Oscar nominations for 2011's best picture.
The Cube Critics debate great performances versus great movies.