The Western genre isn't entirely comprised of spaghetti or John Wayne talking out the side of his mouth: From its earliest days, filmmakers were putting a comic spin on stories set on the dusty trail, with the genre hitting its apex between the mid '70s and mid '80s. We've gathered this collection o ... More >>
You probably remember him as the "grandpa's old cough medicine," urine-drinking cop from Dumb & Dumber, or the serial killer hitchhiker spouting "seven chipmunks twirlin' on a branch, eatin' lots of sunflowers on my uncle's ranch" in There's Something About Mary. But you may not know that Harland Wi ... More >>
Martin Short means different things to different people. Elitist comedy nerds can discuss the merits of Short's SCTV Ed Grimley versus the Saturday Night Live version, while suburban Rom Com fans recognize the name from blockbuster sweet-tarts like Father of the Bride. And you can always count on be ... More >>
Dennis Quaid gets around. Since the late '70s, he's appeared in more than seventy films and television shows, playing everything from a deep-space fighter pilot to an dragon-slaying warrior, and always with a certain swaggering charm. This Friday and Saturday at the Sie FilmCenter, Mile High Sci-Fi ... More >>
Humor on the Slopes expands its horizons
Martin Short takes his personas on the road.
The Spiderwick Chronicles is both a smart childrens fantasy and a CGI-dependent weepie.
Radiohead was here.
Buffed Cymbeline rolls out smoothly from the Colorado Shakespeare Festival.
Spinal Tap tapped, the Folksmen turn it way down from 11.
Harry Potter's second adventure delights exactly like the first.
Ohmigod! Five seasons in, South Park's the funniest show on TV.
Bob Enyart is pro-life, pro-death (penalty) and anti-gay, and now he wants to take over the country.
Jan. 29 - Feb. 4, 1998
Tim Burton turns his ray gun on everything in sight when Mars Attacks!, and it's good, gory fun.