Movie Reviews

3457 Reviews Display Results per Page
Vesuvius Blows, But Pompeii Doesn't Vesuvius Blows, But Pompeii Doesn't
, February 20, 2014
Here's the last thing I ever would have expected out of Pompeii, that sword-thrust of 3D gladiator-vs.-volcano madness coming right at your... More>>
Moving from fantasy to fable, Winter's Tale works its magic Winter's Tale
, February 13, 2014
It's a little sad that Colin Farrell has outgrown roles that require him to wear raggedy sweaters and say things like "For fook's sake!" It had... More>>
Like Father, Like Son is a charming study in nature vs. nurture Like Father, Like Son
, February 13, 2014
The seemingly innocuous school interview that opens writer-director Hirokazu Kore-eda's sublime Like Father, Like Son is actually a master class... More>>
Stations of the Cross Leading at the 2014 Berlin Film Festival Stations of the Cross Leading at the 2014 Berlin Film Festival
, February 13, 2014
Variety and The Hollywood Reporter, both of which publish special daily issues at the major international festivals, may be the most famous movie... More>>
Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel: A Marzipan Monstrosity Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel: A Marzipan Monstrosity
, February 13, 2014
Greetings from the 64th annual Berlin Film Festival, where it’s a surprisingly balmy 10 degrees Celsius (50 degrees Fahrenheit). The... More>>
Endless Love Earns Its Title the Bad Way Endless Love Earns Its Title the Bad Way
, February 13, 2014
The endless love in question unfolds in that universe where shy, bookish teenage girls are always catalog-model beautiful, not a pimple in sight... More>>
Shia LaBeouf in Nymphomaniac: Indolently Sexy, Like a Lazy Panther Shia LaBeouf in Nymphomaniac: Indolently Sexy, Like a Lazy Panther
, February 13, 2014
The big news out of the Berlin Film Festival last week was that Shia LaBeouf, here to promote Lars Von Trier’s Nymphomaniac: Volume 1,... More>>
About Last Night: Hilarious Sex-Talk Romance Trumps One of Its Predecessors About Last Night: Hilarious Sex-Talk Romance Trumps One of Its Predecessors
, February 13, 2014
Just as animated characters who look too human creep us out, could there be a phenomenon we might call the RomCom Uncanny Valley, a case when... More>>
In Berlin, In Order of Disappearance Feels Like a Tarantino Picture In Berlin, In Order of Disappearance Feels Like a Tarantino Picture
, February 13, 2014
Though it’s difficult to pinpoint the typical Berlin Film Festival film, I’ve attended the festival enough times to attest that most... More>>
The 1987 RoboCop's ED-209: The Movies' Greatest Badass Robot? The 1987 RoboCop's ED-209: The Movies' Greatest Badass Robot?
, February 13, 2014
Director José Padilha's long-delayed RoboCop reboot has arrived, and it’s neither an unalloyed (see what I did there?) triumph nor... More>>
The Gentler New RoboCop Limited Only by Focus Groups The Gentler New RoboCop Limited Only by Focus Groups
, February 13, 2014
Congratulations, Detroit. In 1987, Paul Verhoeven's RoboCop cemented it as the most violent city in the world, an honor the Motor City resented... More>>
George Clooney spotlights unsung heroes in The Monuments Men The Monuments Men
, February 06, 2014
Art may not be more important than human lives. But on the list of things that mean something to human lives, across centuries, it ranks pretty... More>>
In Gloria, love is a many-splendored thing Gloria
, February 06, 2014
Now that people are living so much longer, our self-invention can seemingly go on forever. The heroine of Chilean director Sebastián... More>>
Building a better Lego Movie The Lego Movie
, February 06, 2014
Consider the Lego, the toy of contradiction. With one — well, with hundreds of them — you can build anything: houses, airplanes,... More>>
The Triumph of Frozen, the First Disney Princess Movie About Girls Rather Than for Them The Triumph of Frozen, the First Disney Princess Movie About Girls Rather Than for Them
, February 06, 2014
How retrograde are many of the core tenets of the Disney princess? Consider this: My daughter owns a book called Snow White’s Secret, in... More>>
Philip Seymour Hoffman: He Was Cool, in the Warmest Possible Way Philip Seymour Hoffman: He Was Cool, in the Warmest Possible Way
, January 30, 2014
A favorite pastime of critics and serious film-goers, perhaps the most idiotic and fruitless one, is to complain about how bad the movies have... More>>
Labor Day: What was Jason Reitman thinking? Labor Day
, January 30, 2014
Quick, somebody check Jason Reitman's house to see if the real man has been turned into dust by a body snatcher. Though his name's on the poster,... More>>
12 O'Clock Boys is an urban Western with ball caps and bikes 12 O'Clock Boys
, January 30, 2014
Baltimore's 12 O'Clock Boys are a dirt-bike crew who literally believe in "ride or die." If it weren't for their Sundays in the streets causing... More>>
This year's Oscar-nominated shorts are a global group Oscar Nominated Short Films 2014
, January 30, 2014
Anyone can catch American Hustle or Dallas Buyers Club on the big screen, but there aren't a lot of opportunities to see the short films that... More>>
Vanessa Hudgens trades Disney for drama in Gimme Shelter Gimme Shelter
, January 23, 2014
You can say this for the Disney teen machine: They sure know how to pick 'em. Vanessa Hudgens was seventeen when High School Musical made her... More>>
Asghar Farhadi's The Past is a sublime study in human emotion The Past
, January 23, 2014
Iranian writer-director Asghar Farhadi solidifies his status as one of cinema's finest living dramatists with The Past, a superb followup to... More>>
Maidentrip's journey is mutifaceted Maidentrip
, January 23, 2014
Jillian Schlesinger's Maidentrip condenses fourteen-year-old Laura Dekker's quest to become the youngest person to sail solo around the world... More>>
The Four Good Things in I, Frankenstein The Four Good Things in I, Frankenstein
, January 23, 2014
There are four good things we can say about I, Frankenstein, another muscles-and-rubble comic book adaptation just un-terrible enough not to... More>>
Ten Films to Watch For From Sundance Ten Films to Watch For From Sundance
, January 23, 2014
For Robert Redford, Sundance's opening day was a bummer. He woke up to learn that the Academy had snubbed him for a (deserved) Best Actor nod for... More>>
Kenneth Branagh directs Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit with aplomb Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit
, January 16, 2014
Russians still make the best movie villains. Since 9/11, Hollywood has been queasy about giving us fictional baddies from Arab countries —... More>>
<< Previous Page | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | ... | 100 | ... | 139 | Next Page >> Display Results per Page

Now Showing

Find capsule reviews, showtimes & tickets for all films in town.

Denver Concert Tickets

Box Office Report

Loading...