On the discussion docket today, movies about the flash mob phenomenon, a neighborhood watch group fighting off aliens, and what the early days of the French Revolution were like.
This week, Cube Critics Stephanie Curtis and Euan Kerr discuss cinematic perfection in the form of a movie that encompasses an isolated Delta community, a mighty storm, and a six-year-old girl with a one-of-a-kind imagination.
With the summer heat driving people to the cineplex, movie maven Stephanie Curtis and arts reporter Euan Kerr outline some options in films about the Parisian child protection system, two sisters befriending the same fellow, and, of course, a movie whose main character has a "magical" ability to gyrate and disrobe at the same time.
The Cube Critics chat up "Brave," dissect the movie about our 16th president's vampire slaying hobby, and also touch briefly on the apocalypse.
This week, movie maven Stephanie Curtis and arts reporter Euan Kerr discuss a delicious new movie snack, new romantic comedies and the latest film from celebrated Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda.
This week The Cube Critics, movie maven Stephanic Curtis and arts reporter Euan Kerr, compare notes on the prequel to the late 1970s blockbuster "Alien," and another eccentric Wes Anderson movie adventure.
This week The Cube Critics, movie maven Stephanic Curtis and arts reporter Euan Kerr, talked about fairy tales on the big screen as a much darker "Snow White" opens in movie theaters, along with a French art house film about an actual fairy.
Just when you think you've got the Cube Critics, Stephanie Curtis the Movie Maven and arts reporter Euan Kerr figured out, they surprise you.
On the Cube Critics, a navy battle board game comes to life on the big screen and so does a fictitious farcical tyrant.
This week, Cube Critics Stephanie Curtis and Euan Kerr shine a spotlight on director Tim Burton's latest project that resurrects a spooky soap opera from the 60s.
The Cube Critics chat about two films in which some aging Britons take a trip and a conglomeration of super heroes decide that several is better than one.
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.