Only days before the United Nations Climate Summit, the environmental group Food & Water Watch has released a wide-ranging critique of the oil and gas industry, linking the practice of fracking to a host of adverse economic, health and climate impacts -- from scarred landscapes, declining air qualit ... More >>
On this week's episode of the Voice Film Club podcast, Voice film critics Alan Scherstuhl and Stephanie Zacharek, along with L.A. Weekly film critic Amy Nicholson, discuss rom-com Begin Again (2:26), starring the always-interesting Mark Ruffalo. They also talk about the biting rom-com parody They C ... More >>
GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. -- A 42-year-old man died on Sunday when his head exploded while trying to decipher a story by Denver Post sports columnist Woody Paige. Joseph Patrick, a computer programmer and father of two, was waiting for his grande skim vanilla latte in a crowded Starbucks here when h ... More >>
Adrien Brody and Mark Ruffalo in the Rian Johnson film The Brothers Bloom. The Brothers Bloom offered the folks behind the 31st Starz Denver Film Festival with a win-win situation at last night's opening night. The film has a local hook of sorts: Its director, Rian Johnson, spent part of his youth ... More >>
Tragedy piles up on Reservation Road.
Ang Lee steams up Toronto with Lust, Caution.
David Finch’s Type-A approach to filmmaking pays off in this thrilling serial-killer chilller.
King is a faithful adaptation that drowns in ponderous metaphors.
Rumor Has It…this Graduate tribute deserves no honors.
Romance is alive -- and dead -- in Just Like Heaven.
Collateral gives plenty of violence, but the wrong Mann.
A good idea grows up into a missed opportunity.
Inside the Spotless Mind is a big and beating heart.
Quirky Lobby Hero inhabits a small world that expands to top-rate theater.
Jane Campion's In the Cut shows Meg Ryan in a new light.
Redford and Lurie wave the flag but fail to earn their stripes.
Although this past year wasn't a film blockbuster, it had some bright spots.
You Can Count on Me starts small but works its way to greatness.