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Honey Boy

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Written, produced and co-starring Shai LaBeouf, Honey Boy is filmmaking by way of catharsis. Written during a stint in rehab, Honey Boy...

Staining our national honor

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You can’t control the world, but you can control your reaction. Reactions define the individual, and in Scott Z. Burns’ The Report, the tragic...

Frozen 2

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Few movies have been as anticipated as the sequel to 2013’s surprise smash Frozen. Lucky for any girl sporting Elsa’s Arendelle aqua dress...

Sinful and sorrowful

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The Irishman begins in darkness. A small box of light at the center of the frame opens like an iris, and we see nurses...

Babette’s Feast

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November is the great food month, so it only makes sense that the Trojan Movie House and Art Cinema is screening the...

‘Life is no way to treat an animal.’

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The 42nd Denver Film Festival (DFF) concludes Nov. 10, but there are still plenty of movies to see. Here are three not to be...

Long Day’s Journey Into Night

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When Avatar shattered box-office records in 2009, many attributed the movie’s success to 3D’s profitability. And not just because viewers were intrigued, but because...

The show must go on

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Back for number 42, the Denver Film Festival (DFF) returns Oct. 30 through Nov. 10, but under a dark cloud. This will be the...

Us

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Like most nightmares, they appeared at night. Clad in red jumpsuits and leather driving gloves, wielding oversized golden shears. Who are they? They’re us;...

Me and my pal Adolf

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Jojo (Roman Griffin Davis) is a good little Nazi. Jojo’s only 10 years old, but his brown shirt is spiffy, his red arm badge...

Denver Film Festival: Brit Withey Tribute

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On March 31, 2019, Colorado lost one of its great champions of cinema: Brit Withey. Withey, who died in a one-car crash, was...

From a second-rate Bette Davis to a first-rate auteur

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They say the future of film is female. It is. But so is the past. Maybe that’s not evident upon first glance —...