Scott Takeda's first time in front of a camera was as a TV journalist. Today he's often in front of a camera as an actor, with roles in Hollywood films like the Oscar-winning Dallas Buyers Club as well as Halt & Catch Fire , a new series that premiered June 1 on AMC in the Madmen time slot; he'll fi ... More >>
This week, Denver residents have a rare opportunity to see the genesis and current pinnacle of the kaiju genre with showings of both the original 1954 Japanese classic Godzilla (at the Sie FilmCenter) and the brand-new iteration (screening pretty much everywhere else movie tickets are sold). The ori ... More >>
Early this month, we learned that Guy Fieri was casting for the second season of his new TV show, and we realized we forgot something: Guy has a new TV show! Guy has a new TV show much of the time, but it's not like us to simply ignore a show called Guy's Grocery Games. In the show, Guy throws a bun ... More >>
On this week's Voice Film Club podcast, our critics discuss the upcoming Dallas Buyers Club, the late Lou Reed, 1983's Get Crazy, 1979's The Visitor, and 2008's In Bruges.Matthew McConaughey extends his streak of taking on challenging roles in Dallas Buyers Club (opening in Denver next week), playin ... 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 >>
Lawrence Dai will be watching Julie & Julia for the 365th time at 8 p.m. tonight at the Jones, as part of the Denver Center Theatre Company's quirky Off-Center series. In addition to the screening, there will be free beer and unelaborated-upon shenanigans involving onions; tickets are $10. Julie & ... More >>
Helping black people.After all the strife and human sacrifice during the civil rights movement, it was pretty awesome in the end when every black person was triumphant in some way and every villain got her hilariously cathartic comeuppance by eating a pie full of feces -- but let's not forget ... More >>
There are some actors so closely and irrevocably associated with certain roles that you can never watch them in any other movie without thinking about that role. For Matthew McConaughey, no matter how many times he plays an incorrigible scamp in a lukewarm romantic comedy or -- in this case - ... More >>
A different photo of Kim Kardashian's ass.O. M. F. G.! Us Weekly, the best magazine ever and the reason it takes us twenty extra minutes at the grocery store checkout counter because we're engrossed in reading "Stars! They're just like us!," has all the dirt on Melo and Lala's wedding last w ... More >>
Photo: Tom Murphy Uncle Monsterface being benevolently, psychotically surreal. Harry and the Potters, Uncle Monsterface and Math the Band Monday, July 28, 2008 hi-dive Better Than: Some weird anti-Harry Potter themed show. When some guy came hustling past me in the parking lot headed toward the ... More >>
NBC got the jump on the rest of the networks by announcing their plans for the 2008-09 season on April 2. NBC execs have been saying for months that they wanted to embrace a new approach. Apparently, the key to that "new approach" is this: more of the same old stuff. Not more of NBC's same old st ... More >>
Cant get enough of Bill Clinton? Have we got a movie for you.
There is no gold at the end of this terrible Matthew McConaughey-Kate Hudson mash-up.
Order in the court! It took less than a month to try and convict Joe Nacchio in U.S. District Court. But meanwhile, another case involving his former boss, Phil Anschutz, drags on...and on...in a Los Angeles courtroom, where opening arguments were made weeks before the freshly toupeed Nacchio stepp ... More >>
Failure is Matthew McConaughey's perfect movie.
Pious Phil Anschutz rides the light with Narnia, the latest in his movie quest.
Sahara has no reason to exist -- until you see who made it.
Grind spins freestyle fun.
13 Conversations takes on some weighty topics.
Chris McQuarrie won an Oscar for Usual Suspects, to which Hollywood responded, 'Big deal.'