John Little Harman's Eat & Drink 2900 East Second Avenue 303-388-7428 harmanscherrycreek.com This is part one of my interview with John Little, exec chef of Harman's Eat & Drink; part two of our chat will run tomorrow. My mom was a pretty terrible cook," laments John Little. "She worked all the ... More >>
Let's be honest: children's birthday parties suck. Especially the ones for really young kids, who are basically just a bunch of bald, mini-people who lack all self-awareness running into each other at a Chuck E. Cheese while a few pedophiles watch from the sidelines and parents are forced to eat cra ... More >>
In honor of the release of Stoker, the English language debut of Park Chan-Wook, the Sie FilmCenter is hosting a retrospective of the South Korean filmmaker's revenge series starting tonight with the first entry in Chan-Wook's trilogy, Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance. The series continues tomorrow with O ... More >>
With rare exceptions for the Smart Car, the tandem bike and whatever those contraptions are in the Dr. Seuss books, the human evolutionary process basically stopped when mankind progressed from two legs to two wheels. If you need proof of the superiority of the cycle, look no further than film, wher ... More >>
Tamed Animals' Dan Barnett has been incredibly busy kicking out an album every month since July. His latest, Return to the Sun, is as haunting as it is beautiful and offers the perfect mix of harsh noise, chaos and soft beats, making it the perfect Halloween accompaniment.
Black Swan's Natalie Portman.The best part of the annual Academy Awards is arguably the red-carpet fashion, and this year, stars were showcasing a variety of couture gowns. Bright reds and tangerines dominated the pre-Oscar parade, with some purple trimming and light, ethereal dresses to coun ... More >>
"The Searchers."The Colorado legislature just nixed a plan to tack a ten-cent fee onto movie tickets, money that would have been used to provide financial incentives for film companies that want to make movies in this state. As revised, the bill would now ask for donations from movie-goers -- ... More >>
Owen SwensonSWANS Emerging in the milieu of the No Wave scene in the New York underground in 1982, Swans became known for the kind of music that was forbidding, terrifyingly intense in its execution and lyrically uncompromising in its depiction of the darker side of human existence. Although ... More >>
Welcome to Baz Luhrmann's not-quite-marvelous land of Oz
Margot sees family for what it is: prickly.
Avoiding its anti-dogma roots, Golden Compass veers off-course.
THE INVASION Is there a Razzie Award for worst casting? If so, reserve it early for this fourth, spectacularly lousy screen version of Jack Finney’s 1954 novella The Body Snatchers, which some bright light envisioned as the ideal starring vehicle for the Cold Mountain herself, Nicole Kidman, and ... More >>
OK, this ooo-eee-ooo story by Katy Human on the front page of today’s Denver Post, about research at the University of Colorado into suppressing traumatic memories, raises two important questions. First, if Katy Human writes about stuff just because she thinks it’s interesting, does that make i ... More >>
Portions of Mr. & Mrs. Smith were filmed in Glenwood Springs. Last week the American Film Institute issued its updated list of the top 100 films of all time. As to be expected, Citizen Kane is still number one, but Casablanca fell to number three in favor of The Godfather. To view the complete lis ... More >>
Playing legendary photographer Diane Arbus, Nicole Kidman is an unconvincing weirdo.
That whole talking-animal genre? Let's be done with it.
You know how to whistle, don't you?
White Trash With Money (Show Dog Nashville/Universal)
Bewitched delivers just what you'd expect: absolutely nothing.
All talk and little action, The Interpreter doesn't even make sense.
Meg Ryan tries to rise above it all in Against the Ropes.
Cold Mountain sets the new standard for Civil War drama.
Jane Campion's In the Cut shows Meg Ryan in a new light.
The Human Stain is a moving meditation on identity.
DIFF returns with a ton of movies and plenty of heavyweight stars.
Talented trio reveals that it's sad to be gloomy.
Baz Luhrmann makes movies--and audiences--in his own image.
Moulin Rouge thrusts forth a deliciously garish Paris.
The Importance of Being Earnest
American Beauty takes a daring look at the suburban underbelly.