Love it when people can't keep their thoughts to themselves for one second longer and just have to spew? Then you'll love the Rants & Raves category on Denver Craigslist, which regularly features declarations that vacillate from sensible to downright loony. We picked and photo-illustrated ten of the ... More >>
With the release of The Devil Inside, out Friday, the cinema gods are taking a moment to remind all of us that religion is scary -- It's all higher powers and judgments and abductions by beings of light and women turning into salt and beings of pure good offset by beings of pure evil, and all of tha ... More >>
Amelia Earhart's Gold Bug Kissel. When I visited the Forney Museum of Transportation yesterday, the opening day for the Phenomenal Ford Falcon exhibition, I took an eight-year-old boy with me because no one is tougher to keep entertained. Upon leaving he turned to me and said, "That place was ... More >>
Frederick Purvis had a date with destiny. And the FBI.We've all heard about suicide-bombers wearing woman's burkas in Iraq and Afghanistan, but who knew dressing in drag would catch on with wannabe bombers in the U.S. as well? Frederick Purvis of Hamilton, Ohio, was sentenced to thirty mont ... More >>
Cannes 2007 was a success, but how many of its movies will you actually get to see?
With grip and hold, Ryan Gosling does it again in this smart legal thriller.
In this star-studded piece of hero porn, Emilio Estevez blames the ills of the world on RFK’s murder. But what about the man?
King is a faithful adaptation that drowns in ponderous metaphors.
The third X-Men is a charm for comic fans.
The World's Fastest Indian is powered by Anthony Hopkins.
From dirty jokes and soldiers to penguins and gays, we made our preferences known.
The 28th Starz Denver International Film Festival is ready for action.
Paltrow anchors the screen version of the prizewinning play.
An epic figure turns human -- and fallible -- in Oliver Stone's Alexander.
84, Charing Cross Road celebrates the life of language.
The Human Stain is a moving meditation on identity.
DIFF returns with a ton of movies and plenty of heavyweight stars.
When it comes to producing movies, it's a fine art (or Art Linson)
Someone must have been, to come up with Bad Company.
Mystery and memory shine upon those with their Hearts in the right places.
Hopkins without Foster just doesn't cut it.
A decade ago, the American Psycho author was vilified. Now, he could launch a franchise.
A stylized Titus is rescued from the Shakespearean rubbish heap.