Phil Lucero's production company has worked on plenty of high-profile projects over the years. In April, for instance, he worked with actor Harrison Ford, and other recent efforts featured the likes of Governor John Hickenlooper and former Denver Mayor Federico Pena -- all of which makes his death e ... More >>
I try not to interject my pushy self into these posts, dear readers, but American Graffiti is personal. I'm not sure how many times I've seen this movie -- in dark theaters, over a big Red Moon pizza at the Cinderella Twin, on television, on video and DVD and probably in my dreams. It's the epitome ... More >>
In Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, robot R2D2 is playing Chewbacca, a giant creature known as a wookiee, in a game of chess -- and Chewie is getting frustrated. At that point, Han Solo (Harrison Ford) notes that wookiees have been known to pull people's arms out of their sockets when they lose, pr ... More >>
For many artists, fashion can be an extension of their personal vision. Others dress minimally, so that their art can speak volumes. Local painter Marc Huebert falls into this latter category. Read on to learn how his street art plays a role in his street fashion, and to peep some of his works of ar ... More >>
Celebrities are speaking out in favor of Amendment 64, the Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol Act, whether it be robocalling Susan Sarandon or the famous folks featured on MarijuanaMajority.com. And they're not alone. Our friends at CelebStoner.com have spent years assembling a roster of the top 54 cel ... More >>
Cowboys and Aliens, out today, tells the charming and classic story of what happens when cowboys meet aliens: They all shoot each other. It stars Daniel Craig, who's British, which makes sense because while Wyatt Earp was shooting dudes in Tombstone, the Brits were drinking crumpets or whatev ... More >>
Summer doesn't become official until the solstice later this month, but that shit is for hippies: it's June and after Memorial Day, and for all intents and purposes that means it's summer. And while summer is a time for lazy rivers and wasting away in gin-and-tonicville or whatever, it's also ... More >>
This is the smug grin you make when you no longer give a shit.Johnny Depp gotta eat. And pay his mortgage. And Disney pays very well. Maybe that explains why he looks so thoroughly bored in the new Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, opening tomorrow. Captain Jack Sparrow was endeari ... More >>
Nothing made it to this level in 2011.Love it or hate, the Super Bowl crosses almost every cultural subgroup in the United States, and as befitting of such a massive national holiday, it also inspires new pop-culture touch points. From Mean Joe Green to Betty White, from Janet Jackson's wardr ... More >>
Have you or your buddies booked a trip to Denver, George? In our recap of the Ed Harris appearance at the Starz Denver Film Festival last Friday, I noted that organizers of the event have a hard time getting big-name actors to show up. Example: Harrison Ford was in town for a weekend gala at ... More >>
"I'm not dead. I feel great, actually." As noted in a blog earlier today, new media, and social media in particular, played a huge part in disseminating the news of Michael Jackson's death yesterday. Chances are most of us heard about it directly or indirectly through Twitter, Facebook or MySpace. ... More >>
The season of big budget bangs uses its brain.
Its very own temple of doom, Kingdom of the Crystal Skull digs Indy into a deep hole.
Indiana Jones Chocolate Cereal with Marshmallows Kellogg's Rating: Three spoons out of four Cereal description: The main pieces consist of brown oat-and-corn puffs -- but the main attractions are the marshmallows, which come in four different shapes. "Indy's Hat" might more accurately be described ... More >>
Even with the Mac kid at his side, John McClane is just...old.
Harrison Ford runs smack into a Firewall, poor guy.
From the week of November 10, 2005
This summer's movies could withstand the drought.
The realistic Widowmaker cruises in a nuclear sea.
The only thing more boring than the surface of this Ford/Pfeiffer “thriller” is What Lies Beneath.
Random Hearts beat slowly. Very slowly.
The Denver International Film Festival