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 >>
Big pic below.This past week, Denver played host to the annual conference of NORML, the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws. On Friday, I was part of a panel discussion at which NORML presented its Hunter S. Thompson Media award to "Denver Westworld" -- which is close, but ... More >>
Photo courtesy of the Denver Film SocietyEd Harris with his co-stars for the evening, Starz Denver Film Festival co-founder Ron Henderson and Mayor John Hickenlooper.The Starz Denver Film Festival is seldom able to lure the biggest name actors to make appearances even when using its annual Ma ... More >>
Ridley Scottís portrait of a í70s dope CEO may not be epic, but itís still super-fly.
James Mangold remakes a classic western for our ADD times.
Attempting romantic comedy, Sir Ridley Scott conquers neither.
30 Seconds to Mars is the first actor-fronted band that rocks. Or so they say.
Da Vinci's leap to the screen leaves no room for surprise.
With Cinderella Man, Ron Howard finally scores a knockout.
On his maiden voyage, veteran director Peter Weir masters the sea epic.
This summer's movies could withstand the drought.
Spider sees little triumph over schizophrenia.
Mystery writer Robert Crais goes off the deep end.
From the week of September 19, 2002
An unblinking look at the effects of Alzheimer's on a composer is more than a tearjerker.
In The Believer, a Jewish student explores his inner Nazi.
Billionaire Philip Anschutz is poised to become a PG-movie mogul.
Coming to you live: Theatre Night Out.
The Oscar telecast has, for a decade, been Gil Cates' golden moment
Although this past year wasn't a film blockbuster, it had some bright spots.
Proof of Life kidnaps the audience, then slowly tortures it to death.
Gladiator doesnít lack heroism or spectacle, but its drama is tainted by cowardice.
Even though the premise of Mystery, Alaska is skating on thin ice, it still manages to score.