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All I need to get by

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There weren’t any crowds in Park City, Utah, and the big studios may have stayed away, but the 2021 Sundance Film...

Such great heights

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Great movies don’t require a signature shot, but it helps when they have one. What would Vertigo be without that dizzying...

The cinematic sampler

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As far as cinema is concerned, 2021 opened not with a bang but with cautious optimism. For starters, moviegoing has returned...

America at a crossroads and Bob Dylan on tour

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In 1975, the U.S. was at a crossroads. The Vietnam War was over, and Americans were more disillusioned than ever. Big...

The Sundance Film Festival comes to Colorado

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It’s going to be shorter this year, but it’s also coming a lot closer to home: The 2021 Sundance Film Festival...

Way down Texas way

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It’s 1950, and John Ford wants to make a movie: The Quiet Man, from a story by Maurice Walsh, about a...

2020 in movies

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2020 was the year I watched more but understood less. With a rotating series of crises to consider, rare were the instances...

Righteous retribution

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Cassie’s drunk again, alone in the club and a mess. She can’t find her phone, and all her friends have left....

Local Theater Company’s ‘Discount Ghost Stories: Colorado’

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Whether they’re tossed aside carelessly or discarded maliciously, some pieces of history just get lost.  Like the story of...

Notes from the revolution

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There’s reality, and then there’s everything else. Cinema exists firmly in the latter: Cameras don’t capture reality; they capture a perspective...

A matter of life and death

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Everybody clap your hands. Soul, the latest feature film from Disney/Pixar, rolls credits with a new version of the Curtis Mayfield classic,...

Roll out the barrel

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Martin has been immobilized. He’s only 40, but the life drained out of his face years ago. His wife barely talks to...