The Last Night presentation of the Denver Film Festival should be a triumphant moment: an opportunity to sum up all that's best about the fest in one last blast of cinematic joy. But it doesn't always work out that way, as is demonstrated by the 2007 blog "August Rush Closes the Denver Film Festival ... More >>
Dev Pateal and Freida Pinto in Slumdog Millionaire. Last year's so-called Big Night at the Denver Film Festival featured Juno, a small-scale comedy about a pregnant teen that inspired the blog "Juno Lives Up to the Hype at the Starz Denver Film Festival" before becoming a left-field box-office suc ... More >>
A good nine hours lighter than its TV predecessor, Brideshead Revisited gets back to the source.
The season of big budget bangs uses its brain.
Playing against type, Will Ferrell canít quite ground this artificially whimsical romantic comedy.
Emma Thompson's Nanny McPhee becomes a thing of beauty.
The fourth Harry Potter rushes through its paces.
Picnic fails to serve a satisfying main course.
Much Ado About Nothing is nothing special.
Nomad Theatre's Wit illuminates the dying process.
Liv Tyler makes the boys go crazy in One Night at McCool's.
Hunger Artists makes something out of Nothing.
A contemporary sensibility benefits this version of Mansfield Park.
Director Kevin Smith spouts his Dogma.