It's magic! This week, you can experience magical entertainments without having to open your wallet. The free fun includes everything from a screening of Christopher Nolan's magician movie The Prestige to getting a peek inside the Governor's Residence to a free outdoor concert. Share other free even ... More >>
Our Melanie Asmar has been reporting about efforts to attract more moviemakers to Colorado -- and one great selling point is to check out the classics that have been partly filmed here over the years. Below, count down our ten favorites, as culled from the flicks listed on the FilmInColorado.com we ... More >>
Today is the last day for public comment on a proposal by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to bring the wolverine -- not the Marvel character with the sharp claws, adamantium skeleton and tortured backstory, but something even more awesome and much, much more badass than Hugh Jackman -- back to t ... More >>
One of the year's biggest Christmas movies might also be one of its biggest tear-jerkers. And then there's that cast: Anne Hathaway, Hugh Jackman and Russell Crowe? Yes, please!Les Miserables promises to be a singing, crying, sniffling, smiling spectacle of epic holiday-release proportions, and than ... More >>
In the future, people will go apeshit for fighting robots. That's apparently the half-assed premise of Real Steel, producer Steven Spielberg's latest bid to let technology do the work for him -- this time around in a more literal sense than usual -- in which Hugh Jackman plays an incredibly handsome ... More >>
KingBilly on the steps of Hotel Villa (Misa the Bear)"This is the best ever job that doesn't make any money" says Donny Fallgatter, frontman for Nashville's young country rockers Kingbilly. It's unlikely that KingBilly will be broke for much longer, though. Riding high with the popularity of its ... More >>
Welcome to Baz Luhrmann's not-quite-marvelous land of Oz
That Darren Aronofsky sure is ambitious. Too bad his movie makes no sense.
That whole talking-animal genre? Let's be done with it.
Memento's director plumbs the depths of magic and loss.
Woody Allen's second straight English excursion is a failed return to comedy.
X-Men tie-in is an uncanny bore.
The third X-Men is a charm for comic fans.
Van Helsing explodes monster-movie legends with hip upgrades.
Tenderhearted mutants kick significant keister in X-2: X-Men United.
Kate & Leopold brings romance back to the 21st century without too much goo.
Marvel's mutants are a modest squad of dullards in this frustrating adaptation.
Or: How do you bring a comic book to life without killing a superhero?