It's First Friday, so there's plenty to do if you're up for rushing around town -- but maybe you'd rather sit back in the grass and usher in the dusk with one of the greatest sunsets of all: Billy Wilder's melodramatic showpiece, Sunset Boulevard. See also: - Relax at Film on Friday and help the ... More >>
For my dad, it's Some Like it Hot. For me, it's The Good, The Bad and The Ugly. They're catnip movies: the films you'll watch when they come on TV no matter how many times you've seen them before. Commercials? Yes. Edited scenes? Yes. I don't care. Hand me a bowl of popcorn and keep the remot ... More >>
Billy Wilder is often credited as one of the golden age of film's most diverse and greatest directors -- he was, after all, nominated for several fistfuls of Academy Awards for films like Sunset Boulevard, The Apartment and more. To celebrate his staggering repertoire, the Mayan is kicking of ... More >>
Our top DVD picks scheduled for release this week.
The best DVDs of '07 made old movies feel new again.
Steer clear of Zelda…and Jake Plummer.
Showbiz noir investigates TV Superman's real-life tragedy.
Shwayder Theatre at the Mizel Center
Domino chronicles the life of a model turned bounty hunter.
Denver Public Library Film Series
Remembering the films that heated up cinemas this year.
Connie and Carla is based on a classic but ends up a drag.
Longmont Film Festival
New Suit takes off on Hollywood.
POW-camp thriller provides a not-so-great escape.
In Novocaine, Steve Martin sticks his fingers into all the wrong places.
The Coen Brothers get tongue-in-cheeky in The Man Who Wasn't There.
Albert and Allen Hughes deliver a sensuous but grisly message From Hell.
While the French fry, champion cyclist Lance Armstrong continues to impress the rest of the globe.
Finding Forrester tries to get it right.
After Jerry Maguire, Cameron Crowe comes of age...finally.
M. DOUGHTY'S SOUL COUGHING ISN'T CLEARING UP. AND THAT'S GOOD NEWS.