Are you a prudish nostalgic looking to sip some tea, nibble on crumpets and harken back to the good old days when servants were servants, aristocrats were aristocrats and monarchs bred with each other over and over and over again, holding onto their estates through thinly veiled incest? Do you long ... More >>
The 35th annual Starz Denver Film Festival rolled into its first weekend with a head of steam -- and a pile of cash, thanks to a $2.5 million gift from philanthropists John and Anna Sie that's allowing the Denver Film Society to own its home. Everything hasn't run smoothly over the past few days, bu ... More >>
It's always fascinating to see what comes out of our Best of Denver Readers' Poll -- especially the silly, snarky answers we get to some of our questions. We learned that jokes about your mom are still (apparently) funny, that many of you watch Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy more frequ ... More >>
Last night, Hollywood engaged in its yearly back-pat, bestowing little gold statues on those who brought the greatest dignity to the big screen last year. Amidst all that pomp and circumstance, it can be easy to forget that, as amazing as Natalie Portman was in Black Swan, she was also the le ... More >>
Ben Barnes and Jessica Biel in "Easy Virtue." Easy Virtue, which opens today at the Esquire Theatre, marks a return for Stephan Elliott, who directed the film and co-wrote the screenplay with fellow Australian Sheridan Jobbins, who accompanied him during a recent publicity trip to Denver and took p ... More >>
But your movie's kinda drab. Mamma Mia! drains the fun out of ABBA.
A domineering dad and the son under his thumb in When Did You Last See Your Father?
The season of big budget bangs uses its brain.
Jane Austen enjoys a romp of her own.
Emma Thompson's Nanny McPhee becomes a thing of beauty.
This Pride & Prejudice brings fresh passion to an old love story.
The Truth is, Egoyan's latest is B-movie noir, with killer performances.
The lunatics have taken over the Asylum, and they're very horny.
From the week of April 21, 2005
The Farrelly brothers swing straight and hit the sweet spot.
Bridget Jones is betrayed by a dumb, dull sequel.
A picture may say 1,000 words, but this film says considerably less.
Superb performances distinguish a new adaptation of Wilde's Earnest.
Renée Zellweger nervously Joneses for romance.