In a summer full of big blockbusters with little substance, “Moon” is a refreshing departure from summer’s standard fare. This movie has been open in limited release since June 12, but just hit Colorado theaters last weekend. The only place to see “Moon” in Northern Colorado is at… continue reading this review.
While HeidiTown has been under construction, I have been remiss in my duties as a movie reviewer. I have, however, been faithfully attending the movie theater each week. I’ve decided to give you a synopsis of the movies I’ve been seeing, but not writing about. So check these reviews out by clicking on the links below. “Terminator Salvation“ “Up“ “The Hangover“ “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen“ “Public Enemies“
If you live in Northern Colorado, and love barbecue, Loveland is the place to be this weekend. The event, held in downtown Loveland at Fifth and Cleveland, starts today at noon and runs through tomorrow evening. This is the third year for the Kansas City Barbecue Society sanctioned event. Each year, the event draws more competitors and more hungry barbecue fans. 49 teams are scheduled to compete in this
Photo by H.M. Kerr-Schlaefer (The Elders at Loveland’s Foote Lagoon on July 9, 2009) Celtic music is in my blood, literally. My Scottish and Irish genes co-mingled to make me an undeniable descendant of the Celts, complete with red hair and freckles and a propensity to sunburn. From childhood the tunes of the fiddle, drum and bagpipe have inspired me to move. Throughout my life I have loaded up
1. “Saving Private Ryan” 2. “Forrest Gump” 3. “Apollo 13”
Believe me guys – Megan Fox’ hotness does not make up for how truly bad this movie is. Director Michael Bay should be ashamed of himself. Unfortunately, it seems he’ll be laughing all the way to the bank.
Another list of the top 100 books, as decided by Newsweek (for what that’s worth!). I counted 29 I’ve read, many more I’ve started but not finished. Regarding several others, I’ve seen the movie, but not read the book. I was happy to see my favorite book, “The Age of Innocence,” made the list at #78. I would have put it much higher. Read the article here: