An article by Denver Post Film Critic, Lisa Kennedy, caught my eye this morning – read it HERE. I couldn’t agree more with Kennedy’s discussion about “sprucing up” Denver’s Landmark Theaters. While at the Esquire, for “Man on Wire,” the roof in our theater began to leak, and by the end of the movie we had a miniature waterfall in the middle of our theater. The staff’s response was to
This is not a movie for everyone. Several people walked out of our theater during “Blindness.” Read my review HERE.
Last week there wasn’t one movie I wanted to see at the theater, but on behalf of my readers (wink) I went to “Eagle Eye.” The movie was awful, but I love tearing into movies I don’t like (it’s therapeutic), so it was all worthwhile. This week I have one of those good dilemmas. I actually want to see three of the movies opening today! At the top of
What is our country coming to? My favorite show on television is being replaced tonight by a debate. Yes, a DEBATE. Nerds across America may be applauding, but I’m totally hooked on Thursday night television. I would much rather spend my evening watching Dwight kiss Michael’s ass than have my ass kissed by two Vice-Presidential candidates. I’d rather have commercials promise me thinner thighs rather than a Vice-Presidential
Read my review of “Eagle Eye.” You know you want to.
Exciting things are happening in Heidi Town. Thanks to Amy Sondova, who found my site through WordPress, Heidi Town movie reviews are now appearing at www.BackseatWriter.wordpress.com. Ms. Sondova is the editor and inspiration behind Backseat Writer and her own blog Atypical Musings. I am very pleased to be part of such an interesting and well-polished blog. Also, Heidi Town will soon have a new look. Susan Richards,