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Strong cast carries ‘Brothers’

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Brothers is a movie...

‘Everybody’s Fine’ falls off at end

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Everybody's Fine is a...

New children’s book deals with domestic violence

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In her day job as a detective in the Longmont Police’s...

Boulder County’s art scene gets a few facelifts

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The Foothills are alive with the sound of music — painting...

Edward Sharpe saves humanity via gypsy-folk

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Up from Below, the debut full-length album from the ecstatic Los Angeles musical cult known as Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, is in many ways a revelation. The group’s aciddrenched science-fiction is a welcome throwback for older hippies (reformed and not) who ...

Cage shines as corrupt New Orleans cop

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"Anything’s possible in this storm!” says the man with the badge in Werner Herzog’s delirious Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans, a true feat of daring and one of the craziest films of the year. It’s a very loose remake of 1992’s Bad Lieutenant, in which ...

From country ghettos to orange blossoms

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Orange Blossoms, the new album from JJ Grey & Mofro, has a more relaxed and soulful feel than its predecessor, 2005’s Country Ghetto, which displayed a decidedly grittier edge...

Farce gone awry in ‘Planet 51’

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How might a teenager protect himself from that dreaded fate described in legions of sci-fi movies — the probe? If you weren’t thinking “champagne cork,” you were way off, according to the sci-fi kids cartoon Planet 51...

Kron’s latest divides, but will it conquer?

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I can’t speak for any other critics, but for me the most difficult plays to review are those that rest in that nebulous in-between place, those that are formidably mediocre and thereby fail to inspire either serious praise or derision. If a play is exceptionally bad...

‘Red Cliff’ more than just style

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No doubt, many viewers are going to be comparing Red...

Cast riveting in ‘The Road’

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The Road is a...

‘Ninja Assassin’ run-of-the-mill

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In Japan, where the blades are shiny and sharp and if the...