New releases for Nov. 27
Leftover Crack, “Constructs of the State”
Circles Around The Sun, “Interludes for the Dead”
Jaco Original Soundtrack
Slaves, “Routine Breathing”
The Conquering Tide, by Ian Toll
Books about the War in the Pacific are as common as seagulls on the beach. There seems no end to the fascination of retelling stories of America’s grueling island-hopping campaign against the Imperial forces of Japan from 1941 to 1945, a war that seems doubly compelling for taking place...
Playing at the Gaslight
Genre: Mystery & suspense, drama
Directed by: Tom McCarthy
Written by: Tom McCarthy, Josh Singer
Runtime: 2 hr. 7 min.
Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer: 97%
Synopsis: The riveting true story of the Pulitzer Prize-winning Boston Globe investigation that...
Each Memorial Day Weekend, as the aspen trees are starting to unfurl their chartreuse leaves and the creeks are gushing with snowmelt, Telluride comes to life from its off-season slumber with Mountainfilm Festival.
At its bones, Mountainfilm is a documentary film festival. But in reality, it’s much more: a celebration...
New releases for Nov. 20
1. Adele, “25”
2. Enya, “Dark Sky Island”
3. Abigail Williams, “Accuser”
4. Krayzie Bone, “Chasing The Devil”
5. Kode9, “Nothing”
Playing at Durango Stadium 9
Genre: Mystery & suspense, drama
Directed by: Billy Ray
Written by: Eduardo Sacheri, Billy Ray
Runtime: 1 hr. 51 min.
Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer: Not available
Synopsis: A team of investigators – Ray and Jess, along with their supervisor...
Girl in the Woods, by Aspen Matis
Growing up is difficult. There is a struggle to create who you want to be, to find ways to do the things you love, to exist comfortably in a space and to fill it in the way you choose away from the exceptions imposed on you from youth. This struggle becomes infinitely harder when you...
As long as people have been playing music, there’s been a space for letting people exhibit their “talent.” Those exhibitions can result in awe or hilarity. Said exhibitions are the gateway drug for the addiction of performance, the cure for stage fright and the thing to do on off-nights at a venue.
It’s open mic night....
Remember when you could do just one thing and be called a creative genius, one thing that we now look at and are all like, “Well, duh”?
Like babies in Medieval paintings made to look like creepy, miniature adults. Someone finally came along, someone undoubtedly with “The Elder” attached to the end of his name and said,...
Even within the context of being an absurdist stoner slapstick holiday movie, “The Night Before” is so disjointed and so uneven and so unfocused, you start to feel like you’re at a party that was fun for a while, but an hour or so into it, you’re looking at your phone every 30 seconds and trying to invent an excuse to make...
Playing at Durango Stadium 9 and the Gaslight
Genre: Drama, action & adventure, science fiction & fantasy
Directed by: Francis Lawrence
Written by: Danny Strong, Peter Craig, Suzanne Collins
Runtime: 2 hr. 16 min.
Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer: 81%
Playing at Animas City Theatre
Genre: Drama, romance, art house & international, comedy
Directed by: Catherine Hardwicke
Written by: Morwenna Banks
Runtime: 1 hr. 52 min.
Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer: 66%
Synopsis: An honest and powerful story following two best...