John Elway, Josh McDaniels honored at Denver Film Festival: Kenny Be's Fotoshop Friday
Full posters featured below.
The joy of living in Denver is that every moment of every day is exciting enough to be a Hollywood movie. Whether it's politics, sports or the arts, the weird, wonderful and wacky people of Denver -- and their pursuits -- would make for a fantastic full-slate at the Denver Film Festival. Well, at least a good Denver Film Festival Poster Show...
Josh McDaniels stars as an oppressed gridiron gladiator guru in Sporticus.
Every sports fan needs a Sportacus, and Josh McHoodie is here to fill the bill. The rebel coach portrays a heroic slave in a world of incessant foul-mouthed tirades and indiscriminate arm-swinging tantrums that pass as mass entertainment. Often referred to as an embattled egomaniac, the cranky coach still has it better than John Elway, who is featured on the movie poster below.
John Elway knows the Yellow Brick Road is lined with a hedge-fund Wizard of Ponzi.
In the movie poster shown above, John Elway, a 52-year-old Colorado celebrity, is knocked unconscious during an economic tsunami. He, his dog Dodo and all of his money in one basket are apparently swept up in the storm and dropped into the magical Land of Ponzi, where he meets Sean Mueller. At least John Elway is well liked and knows when to throw the Hail Mary pass. The movie below featues Ted Haggard tossing the long bomb to his wife.
Gayle Haggard pulls husband Ted's hand into her pillows.
The poster above announces the release of Pillow Talk, the feature-length movie that tells the tale of an evangelical minister who fakes a heterosexual accent and invents a new persona in order to woo his wife. Supporting cast members Doug Lamborn and Oprah Winfrey are sure to help make this movie a hit. However, the star of the film featured below, communicates with God for instructions on when to deliver the blow.
Loveland Museum art-smasher Kathleen Folden refers to the book of Isaiah for helpful hints art-destruction tips.
Art should be as hard to destroy as it is to make. However, one Montana mallet-wielder can make child's play out of personal expression. Shown above in brief repose, Kathleen Folden consults her Holy Bible for further instruction on finding fresh evil for the sole purpose of hammer brandishing. As seen below, destroying evil in the world will always be a long, slow process, especially since Kim Day is working day and night to create a Denver International Airport show palace.
Kim day holds Santiago Calatrava's DIA South Terminal expansion plans.
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