<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Reel To Reel]]> <![CDATA[film]]> <![CDATA[film]]> Silent film starring Harold Lloyd and featuring live musical accompaniment by the Mont Alto Motion Picture Orchestra. Harold Lloyd’s comic masterpiece Kid Brother is a masterful blend of great comedy and sentiments. Harold Hickory (Lloyd) is smitten by Mary Powers travelling with her late father’s medicine show.]]> <![CDATA[film]]> Experience the cultural and musical collisions through the personal journeys of three musicians — American, Serbian, Romani — whose lives are bound to Balkan brass for very different reasons. Filmmaker Q&A via Skype after the Sunday, Aug. 10, 5 p.m. screening.]]> <![CDATA[The future of the American family]]> Verizon Wireless has “Friends & Family.” Sprint calls it “Framily.” Facebook calls it “Friending” (even if your own mother just “friended” you). If the 20th century focused on the nuclear family, then America in the 21st century shifted importance to those friends that comprise a family.]]> <![CDATA[Reel to reel | Week of September 19, 2013]]> Battle of the Year: Drama unfolds as a wealthy hip-hop mogul is determined to put the U.S. back on top when it comes to an international dance crew competition. Rated PG-13. At Century.]]> <![CDATA[film]]> Acclaimed director Steve James (Hoop Dreams) and executive producers Martin Scorsese (The Departed) and Steven Zaillian (Moneyball) present a documentary film that recounts the inspiring and entertaining life of world-renowned film critic and social commentator Roger Ebert — a story that is by turns personal, funny, painful and transcendent.]]> <![CDATA[Reel to reel | Week of January 24, 2013]]> Leo Tolstoy’s novel of love and infidelity comes to life thanks to director Joe Wright. A unique narrative device illuminates the theatrical behavior of randy Russian nobles who can’t help trying to sleep with each other’s spouses. Rated R. At Esquire. — The Reader.]]> <![CDATA[Ride fast, die young]]> All it took was Lance Armstrong and a very successful “Bike to Work” campaign and cycling became more popular than ever. Especially in Boulder where the cycling community is positioned to overthrow every last automobile on Broadway.]]> <![CDATA[film]]> At first this film seems to be a comedy about a red-haired man trying to find love, but through revealing moments, whimsical animation and real interviews, a universal story arises.]]> <![CDATA[Destination unknown]]> The conversations are of a disastrous nature, but oddly, Locke doesn’t try to save anyone, undo irreparable damage or make everything right. Instead, Locke tries to rationalize his actions and decisions to anyone who will listen. Maybe not for others, but certainly for himself.]]> <![CDATA[film]]> Join us for this heartwarming, humorous and candid documentary about the challenges and victories of seniors as they dive into the digital world. A group of initially reluctant computer novices discover the wonders of the internet with the help of teenage mentors.]]> <![CDATA[Reel to reel | Week of February 14, 2013]]> IDENTITY THIEF: The director of Horrible Bosses returns with the story of Sandy Patterson (Jason Bateman), who heads to Florida to find the woman who is living extravagantly off of his money after stealing his identity. Rated R. At Century, Colony Square and Twin Peaks.]]> <![CDATA[Reel to reel | Week of November 21, 2013]]> The Book Thief: This film tells the inspirational story of a spirited and courageous young girl who transforms the lives of everyone around her when she is sent to live with a new family in World War II Germany.]]> <![CDATA[reel to reel | Week of March 13]]> Films playing in the Boulder area the week of March 13.]]> <![CDATA[Reel to reel | Week of May 2, 2013]]> My Brother the Devil stars James Floyd as Rashid, a young man from a traditional Arab family who runs with a gang that rules the streets of Hackney, one of London’s most ethnically-mixed and historically volatile neighborhoods. At Chez Artiste. –– Landmark Theatres]]> <![CDATA[reel to reel | Week of Sept. 8, 2011]]> On Dec. 9, 1937, the Imperial Japanese Army laid siege to the Chinese capital of Nanking, beginning a reign of terror that killed as many as 300,000 civilians. This film is a visceral, heartbreaking portrait of life during wartime and an unforgettable masterpiece of contemporary world cinema At Boedecker.]]> <![CDATA[Reel to reel | Week of December 27, 2012]]> A hit at the Berlin Film Festival, Tales of the Night blends history with fairytale as viewers are whisked off to enchanted lands full of dragons, werewolves, captive princesses, sorcerers and enormous talking bees, all bursting with color and kaleidoscopic backgrounds.]]> <![CDATA[Reel to reel | Week of August 15, 2013]]> Rifftrax Live: Starship Troopers - Fascist soldiers battle massive insects in an over-dramatic sci-fi film. It’s familiar turf for the film mockers who made Mystery Science Theater 3000. At Century.]]> <![CDATA[reel to reel | Week of August 4, 2011]]> Unable to afford the vacation he%uFFFDd dreamed of, recent college grad James Brennan (Jesse Eisenberg) takes a gig at a local amusement park, only to learn that the dead-end job is actually good preparation for the real world. At Denver FilmCenter/Colfax. %uFFFD Denver Film Society.]]> <![CDATA[Reel to Reel | Week of Nov. 17, 2011]]> In 2009, U.S. Marines launched a major helicopter assault on a Taliban stronghold in southern Afghanistan. Within hours of being dropped deep behind enemy lines, 25-yearold Sgt. Nathan Harris’s unit is attacked from all sides. At Chez Artiste. — Landmark Theatres.]]>