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Film

Going back to the roots

by Tom Horgen
Published October 16, 2003
Two classic hip-hop films remind us how everything started.

Simulacra and simulation

by Gabriel Shapiro
Published October 9, 2003
Mike Judge and Don Hertzfeldt's "Animation Show" livens up the Oak Street.

Melodrama gold

by Tom Horgen
Published October 9, 2003
"Alias" exerts a gentle pressure on our emotions while indulging our thirst for thrills.

The kind of thing that money just can’t buy

by Tom Horgen
Published October 9, 2003
"Casa de los Babys" condemns one half of the baby trade equation but lets some people off the hook.

Fun at the expense of others

by Tom Horgen
Published October 2, 2003
Jack Black's turn as a wacky teacher leaves some of his students out in the cold.

Love and scooters in the eternal city

by Gabriel Shapiro
Published October 2, 2003
Audrey Hephburn and Gregory Peck star in the mod classic "Roman Holiday."

Through the looking-glass

by Tom Horgen
Published October 2, 2003
"Lost in Translation's" stunning cinematography conceals its dubious Euro-centric politics.

With fiends like these

by Tom Horgen
Published September 25, 2003

Into the rabbit hole we fall again. Leather-clad body armor, twin automatic pistols, glorious slow-motion. A feast for the eyes. But this isn't "The Matrix." This is horror. Vampires, werewolves and thousands...

The chance won’t come again

by Niels Strandskov
Published September 18, 2003
Dig 1960s radicalism in "The Weather Underground."

Art films, indies and more

by Tom Horgen
Published September 18, 2003
Minnesota Film Arts' two screens offer dozens of great movies every month.

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