Rated R Directed by Grant Heslov Starring George Clooney, Ewan McGregor, Kevin Spacey, Jeff Bridges Heidi’s Illustrious Rating: 3 (worth a matinee price) Word of Warning: Funny film, but not as funny as it thinks it is. Bob Wilton (Ewan McGregor) is a journalist from Ann Arbor, Michigan. His wife has left him for his editor, and he does what men do when women leave, he goes to war. Well,
Review by Jeremy Whitlock I’ve seen a lot of mixed reviews on this film so I went into it with an open mind. Being open minded, I ended up leaving the movie wanting more. While some of the movie was fairly predictable, I feel the story was very well written and the action well paced. Overall, “Law Abiding Citizen” is an excellent film portraying how two high
Rated PG13 Directed by Drew Barrymore Starring Ellen Page, Marcia Gay Harden, Kristin Wiig, Drew Barrymore, Juliette Lewis Heidi’s Illustrious Rating: 3.5 Word of Warning: None really, just have a good time and try not to bruise your elbows or get a black eye. Full of really funny women, some of my favorites, this is a fun, but ultimately forgettable movie. Ellen Page plays Bliss, a 17-year-old from Bodeen,
Rated PG Directed by Jane Campion Starring Abbie Cornish, Ben Whishaw, Thomas Sangster, Paul Schneider, Kerry Fox Heidi’s Illustrious Rating: 3 Word of Warning: Young love, while sweet, can also be a bit laborious. They could have shaved a good 20 minutes off this film without losing the sentiment. The plot of this movie follows the love story between the English poet, John Keats and Miss Fanny Brawne. In
Lyric Cinema Cafe is hosting the first Annual Local Food Festival, by featuring three food-related documentaries and presenting a farmers market featuring delicious, healthy, locally grown foods. The Farmer’s Market runs Wednesday, August 26, from 3:30 to 7:30 p.m. “Food Inc.” is the main feature. This American-made documentary sheds light on large-scale agricultural food production in the United States. You will never look at food the same way again. “Pressure
One of the only movies to receive a 5/5 here at HeidiTown is now playing at Lyric Cinema Cafe in Fort Collins, Colorado. Read HeidiTown’s review of this movie. For movie times, visit Lyric Cinema Cafe’s Website.
Cliff and Cyndey are newlyweds – he’s a screenwriter on the verge of a successful career and she’s looking forward to starting a family and being a mom. But first, they are off a Hawaii, and looking to experience the perfect continue reading review here.
A new documentary receiving critical acclaim was filmed by Boulder-based photographer Louie Psihoyos. Psihoyos, a twenty-year veteran as a National Geographic photographer, made “The Cove,” with activist and former Flipper trainer, Ric O’Berry. Because of Psihoyos Boulder connection, several other members of his team (he calls them “pirates”) were also from Colorado. The documentary was much-loved at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2009, where it received the Audience Award.
By Heidi Kerr-Schlaefer The Surveyor First there was Cannes, then Sundance and Telluride, and now, Rooney Fest. A film festival is an organized presentation of a collection of movies shown at a specific place and time, usually over a few days. The collection of movies can range from old movies to new movies, independent films or student films; it all depends on the festival’s focus. The world’s first film
The previews for this movie boasted, “brought to you by the creators of “˜Superbad,’” but this movie is very different. I never got around writing a review of “Superbad,” but I wasn’t a fan of the movie. It was occasionally amusing, but I found most of the jokes to be at best, sophomoric, and at worst, downright disgusting. Obviously, I had low expectations for “Adventureland.” Read the rest