I'm among the petulant grumblers about super-popular movies getting prequels, gaining sequels and being retrofitted to appeal to current fans while grabbing up new fans with sexy, glammy, glitzy things like turbo-hottie actors and actresses and the expensive magic of CGI. But I grumble because I car ... More >>
P. Switzer"Ragtime," Arvada Center. Denver's fall theater season is already off to a hot and heavy start with offerings of every stripe, from classically funny (The Liar and Unnecessary Farce) to explosive (Justin Bieber Meets Al Qaeda) to thought-provoking (Clybourne Park) to just plain sill ... More >>
All hail season 1, episode #9Futurama has given us so much. Since 1999 it has offered us sex, drugs, violence, hooker bots, sewer mutants, Hedonism Bot, a fossilized dog, death by snoo-snoo, a big ball of garbage, hooker bots, Slurm, whalers on the moon, Morbo, toasters that feel love, Popple ... More >>
Boeing's 787 "Dreamliner" has been a public relations disaster. Rolled out in 2007, the plane was billed as the future of air-travel: a sleek, efficient long-distance jetliner made with composite materials that consumes 20 percent less fuel than carriers of a similar size. Three years later, ... More >>
WALL-E blasts off to the future by boldly going where every sci-fi movie's gone before. And that's a good thing.
Neither Tina Fey nor Amy Poehler seem the least bit invested in their surrogate-mommy comedy.
Multi-perspective, mega-annoying Vantage Point.
Michel Gondry attempts to celebrate DIY filmmaking but comes up short, stale and flat.
Metroid Prime 3 is the best you can get for the Wii.
Alien Syndrome will alienate some, infect others.
A second, slimmer Capote movie fails to improve on its predecessor.
The Devil Wears Prada slaps the latest duds on an infamous fashion editor.
Kingdom of Heaven is bloody good holy Hollywood fare.
A family's crisis feels a bit too familiar in Imaginary Heroes.
Neil LaBute tries to be nice but comes off very savage
Disney mines the booming kiddie market with the gritty Holes.
Jewish potty-mouth MC Paul Barman makes a brilliant hip-hop oddity.
Stuck in the Panic Room, David Fincher takes us to a most familiar place.
Is he a writer, director, actor or...sex symbol? Um, yes--and more
KBCO's Bret Saunders is taking on the shock jocks -- and winning.