The Movie Maven Stephanie Curtis and arts reporter Euan Kerr sit in adjoining cubicles at Minnesota Public Radio News, and their conversation usually centers on cinema. On this week's edition of Cube Critics, it's mutant superheroes and a deeply philosophical flick.
Put two film fanatics in adjoining cubicles at Minnesota Public Radio News and you know what they'll be talking about. Stephanie Curtis, the Movie Maven, and arts reporter Euan Kerr are the Cube Critics and today, they picked their favorite movies of the year -- so far.
Arts reporter Euan Kerr works in the cubicle next to Stephanie Curtis, the Movie Maven, at Minnesota Public Radio News. They spend a lot of time chatting about films. Today, vampires, pirates and beavers are conversational highlights on Cube Critics.
"Bridesmaids" hits the theaters on Friday. Will the movie, which stars Kristin Wiig and Maya Rudolph be able to lure both sexes to see it? Does the subject matter -- a wedding -- doom it to be a "chick flick"?
Stephanie Curtis, AKA the "Movie Maven," and arts reporter Euan Kerr are cube mates at Minnesota Public Radio News, who can't resist bantering about movies. In today's installment, do Nordic gods rise to the level of Shakespeare?
Stephanie Curtis, MPR's Movie Maven, and arts reporter Euan Kerr work in adjoining cubes in the Minnesota Public Radio newsroom, where they share their latest multiplex and art house adventures. In this installment of Cube Critics, they talk about turning prepubescent teens into cinephiles.
Kerr and Curtis discuss how to turn good novels into good movies.
Today, special guest David Carr, a media reporter for the New York Times joins Kerr and Curtis.
Juvenile comedies and and disappointing remakes are top of mind on this edition of Cube Critics with Stephanie Curtis and Euan Kerr.
As cube mates at Minnesota Public Radio News, arts reporter Euan Kerr and the Movie Maven Stephanie Curtis spend more time than they probably should engaged in cinema small talk. Today, it's box office receipts and mainstream movie gems on Cube Critics.
Stephanie Curtis, the Movie Maven, and arts reporter Euan Kerr work in cubicles across from each other in the Minnesota Public Radio newsroom, where they have a rapid, running dialogue about movies. Together, they are known as The Cube Critics.
Today, they talk about "couch potato cinema."
This week, Stephanie and Euan chat on about post-feminist fairy tales and the curious or maybe not-so-curious film genre, "mumblecore."
Stephanie Curtis the Movie Maven and arts reporter Euan Kerr share their cross-cube cinema chatter every Thursday on Cube Critics, produced by Chris Roberts.
Stephanie Curtis, AKA MPR's "Movie Maven," says "The Social Network" will win Best Picture at the Oscars tonight because of the Academy's use of instant runoff voting.
The Cube Critics are tweeting about the 83rd Annual Academy Awards.