The Film Crew takes a look at one of Wes Anderson’s most popular movies, The Grand Budapest Hotel. The film is about the manager of the hotel, Mr. Gustave, and his trustworthy companion, Zero, as they solve the mystery of a murder they were framed for. The film stars Tony Revolori, Ralph Fiennes, Saoirse Ronan, and the usual […]
The Film Crew finally gets what they’ve been waiting for, Stranger Things 2! Join us for the most anticipated show of 2017. The first hour is spoiler free and we talk about everything you want to hear, from Will’s crazy visions, to the spooky shadow monster, and even about Steve Harrington – babysitter extraordinaire. If […]
The Film Crew goes on a wild and abstract ride this week as they review Swiss Army Man. The movie follows deserted island inhabitant, Hank, played by Paul Dano. When Hank is about to kill himself, he notices the washed up body of a man he calls Manny, played by Daniel Radcliffe. Manny’s body has special abilities […]
The Film Crew takes a shot at dissecting one of the biggest sci-fi innovators of the 1980’s. Blade Runner was originally released in 1982 and had multiple re-releases due to different cuts of the film. We offer an interesting perspective in this episode as each of us has seen a different cut of the movie. […]
The Film Crew takes a look at the indie film from 2012, Safety Not Guaranteed. The film is directed by Colin Trevorrow and written by Derek Connolly. The movie is about a man named Kenneth who places an advertisement in a newspaper requesting a partner to travel back in time with. A depressed intern named Darius, works with […]
The Film Crew reviews a new Netflix Original. What Happened to Monday is about seven sisters, all played by Noomi Rapace, who have to survive in a country that has enacted a strict single child policy. The sisters are named for every day of the week. When Monday goes missing, her six sisters must solve […]
The Arvada Center kicked off their 43rd season with the classic love letter to Broadway itself, “A Chorus Line.”
Modern musicals a more raw and realistic look at human stories, creating their own ideas of what a happy ending should be. “Once” falls into that category.
People are actively seeking out various forms of expression to analyze our current political status. For Curious Theatre Company this makes an opportune time to start their 20th anniversary season with Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ “Appropriate”.
“Dinner” is probably best served when it is swallowed as a dark and sarcastic comedy.