School's back in session -- bad news for the young, great news for parents -- and fall is almost here. The end of summer is always a little heartbreaking, but even as the weather cools, the geek scene is just heating up. September is full of great geeky things for Denverites to do, from classic geek ... More >>
It takes grit to make a movie in Colorado -- sometimes True Grit. This state's film industry has gotten mixed reviews over the years, but there's no question that producer Hal Wallis created a classic when he made True Grit, based on the book by Charles Portis, in Colorado in 1969. The San Juan Moun ... More >>
We've been surveying Hollywood's relationship with our fair state via picks for the ten best movies filmed in Colorado, plus ten memorable movies set in Colorado but not filmed here and the ten most awesomely cheesy Colorado movies. Today, it's the ten biggest Hollywood movie misses shot in Colorado ... More >>
By Scott Foundas In his brief remarks before the first public screening of the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, Robert Redford praised the Sundance Institute's ongoing filmmaker development labs as "our core," noting that the festival itself was conceived "to create an audience for the filmmakers in ou ... More >>
It might not help you understand Curiosity's mission
This Sunday, the most ambitious mission to Mars thus far will land on the red planet. The Curiosity Rover is on a two-year mission to look for signs of life, study its climate and geology and collect data that might help future manned missions. The Denver Museum of Nature and Science is hosting a li ... More >>
Video below.How to take the Tim Tebow hype to the next level? Call in a professional. That's what SportsNation's Colin Cowherd and Michelle Beadle did when they turned to Hulk Hogan, who went into one of his trademark rants before ripping a Tebow jersey to shreds. If the media overload is alr ... More >>
BDSM-themed movies, and films with hot kink scenes in them provide us with two very important things: mainstream popular-culture acceptance, and something to jerk the gerk/smack the peach to when we're bored.
This time around, he even impressed himself.Earlier this year, we postulated that Michael Bay's entire career has been about punishing the audience for their awful taste -- namely, their taste for his work. He's tried racism, homophobia, assaultive cinematography and editing techniques, objec ... More >>
"The Searchers."The Colorado legislature just nixed a plan to tack a ten-cent fee onto movie tickets, money that would have been used to provide financial incentives for film companies that want to make movies in this state. As revised, the bill would now ask for donations from movie-goers -- ... More >>
Look at him -- he's so statuesque. There are no plans to erect a statute to Robocop in Detroit, according to Mayor Dave Bing. There is, however, a Rocky statue at the base of the Philadelphia Museum of Art after one was placed at the top of the Rocky steps in Rocky III. While it could argued, ... More >>
True or false, heist flick The Bank Job is too much fun to fact-check.
Romance on TV generally sucks. Soap Operas ruin most of it, since love can't be an ending on a show that never endsâ€”so nothing ends happily, no one stays together, no one can resist the wiles of a hermaphroditic demon patch-eyed midget. But the regular network offerings don't do much better. To ... More >>
Portions of Mr. & Mrs. Smith were filmed in Glenwood Springs. Last week the American Film Institute issued its updated list of the top 100 films of all time. As to be expected, Citizen Kane is still number one, but Casablanca fell to number three in favor of The Godfather. To view the complete lis ... More >>
Who better to save America than an armed Mark Wahlberg? Seriously.
The Polish brothers dream big with their latest flick.
Nick Cassavetes Jr. and Justin Timberlake team up for a real-life tale of killer potheads.
Richard Linklater's ensemble polemic may just turn you off burgers for good.
Clear the decks for Four Queens - No Trump.
Lucky Number Slevin plays Tarantino's game, without Tarantino's results.
Downey and Kilmer make perfect detectives in Kiss Kiss Bang Bang.
From the week of August 18, 2005
Michael Keaton hears dead people living in White Noise.
Burn, baby, burn
Colorado filmmaking is alive and well
Charlie's high-flying heroines kick ass -- but not the sequel syndrome.
Samuel L. Jackson makes light work of a familiar Formula.
James Ellroy’s cruise through America’s shadows continues with the second part of his triology.
POW-camp thriller provides a not-so-great escape.
The Disney formula goes disturbingly awry in the off-putting Dinosaur.
Kurt Vonnegut Jr. finally gets the screen treatment he deserves with Breakfast of Champions.
HE'S ONE OF THE BIGGEST STARS IN SHOW BIZ--AND NO, THAT'S NOT A FAT JOKE.