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‘Once,’ again


In the name of Parker Posey, Natalie Portman and all other patron saints of Manic Pixie Dream Girls (MPDG): Could you just... not, anymore?...

Preserving the past

If you really want to see something spectacular this summer, head to Paris and take a trip up the Eiffel Tower. And don’t skimp...

A life alongside the movies

Coloradoans haven’t been lacking for silent film lately. Whether it’s Howie Movshovitz presenting Sunrise at this year’s Conference on World Affairs at the University...

Top of the world

The tower itself is a pinnacle of engineering. Rising 40 stories into the air, it curves slightly inward, like a finger curling towards the...

United in praise

At the end of the first Iron Man, when Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) popped up to mention “The Avengers Initiative,” it launched what...

‘Keanu’ is bloated ‘Key & Peele,’ for better or worse

You either find it unbearably funny that a suburban dad named Clarence finds himself in a strip club called HPV surrounded by hardcore gangsters...

‘The Huntsman: Winter’s War’ is awful good


God, The Huntsman: Winter’s War should not work. Like, it should cause uncontrollable vomiting and permanent erectile dysfunction. So, sweet Jeebus, do I have...

‘Forgotten Jewels’ adds to the history books

Everyone has a story to tell, but stories are fragile and can easily be forgotten. They must be cared for and saved for future...

Why not Longmont, as a Colorado film hub?

You may not have heard much about Colorado’s film industry. When you think cinema, you think New York or Hollywood. If you do think...

Beasts of burden

The Jungle Book is director Jon Favreau’s “live-action” — if you count an entirely CGI environment with almost entirely CGI characters to be “live-action”...

Two bloated egos harmonize in ‘Elvis & Nixon’

There is an often-repeated anecdote that Charlie Chaplin once entered a Charlie Chaplin look-alike contest and came in second. It’s a popular story, one...

‘Batman v Superman’ is evil

The infinite monkey theorem holds that monkeys randomly typing on keyboards for infinity will eventually produce the works of Shakespeare. Batman v Superman: Dawn...
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