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Review: ‘Walking Dead’ leaves questions to be resolved on Valentine’s Day 2016

Review: ‘Walking Dead’ leaves questions to be resolved on Valentine’s Day 2016

December 1, 2015

Beware: Spoilers through Season 6 of ‘The Walking Dead’ to follow. As any fan of "The Walking Dead" knows, the show’s highly anticipated season s...

Review: ‘Room’ is an uplifting, very good story about survival and mother’s love for her child

Review: ‘Room’ is an uplifting, very good story about survival and mother’s love for her child

November 18, 2015

“Room” is, in my opinion, the best film of the year.  All Jack knows is Room. He was born in it and has spent five years of his life in it. His mom was...

Review: Bond is back (women, action, martinis) in solid-but-messy ‘Spectre’

Review: Bond is back (women, action, martinis) in solid-but-messy ‘Spectre’

November 10, 2015

In 2012, Bond came back with a bang. “Skyfall” garnered critical and audience acclaim, becoming the biggest Bond movie ever ($1.1 billion worldwide)....

Review: ‘Crisis’ is in crisis, and you should go see something else

Review: ‘Crisis’ is in crisis, and you should go see something else

Caleb Reagor, Arapahoe Pinnacle Movie Critic

November 10, 2015

Sandra Bullock’s best efforts cannot overcome poor character and plot development in director David Green’s latest film, Our Brand Is Crisis, a loose ...

Review: ‘Man in High Castle’ offers alternative end for World War II — U.S. lost

Review: ‘Man in High Castle’ offers alternative end for World War II — U.S. lost

November 10, 2015

What if we had lost World War II? What would life be like under Nazi and Imperial Japanese law? If there is anything else besides the Apocalypse that...

Review: ‘Halo 5’ restores faith in a sagging franchise

Review: ‘Halo 5’ restores faith in a sagging franchise

November 10, 2015

Another sequel, another flop was what many would expect about Halo 5, the next Halo title in the video gaming franchise. Many hardcore Halo fans who...

Movie review: For ‘Rocky Horror Picture Show,’ audience action is better than the screen action

Timothy Page, Arapahoe Pinnacle Movie Critic

November 3, 2015

“The Rocky Horror Picture Show” opened in 1975 and immediately crashed and burned, but as the years have gone by more and more people have begun to see its strange charm. As I walked into the Half Moon on Oct. 28, I wasn’t sure what to expect. I had seen bits a pieces of it, and knew that the audience interacted with the movie as it went along. Some people even...

Review: Acting, story make ‘Steve Jobs’ a must-see

Review: Acting, story make ‘Steve Jobs’ a must-see

October 27, 2015

Steve Jobs passed away in 2011, and he left one of the biggest technological empires behind him. Soon after, Walter Isaacson’s biography was released,...

Review: ‘Sicario’ is home to moral dilemmas — and good

Review: ‘Sicario’ is home to moral dilemmas — and good

October 27, 2015

Director Denis Villeneuve doesn’t disappoint in his latest movie, "Sicario," starring Emily Blunt as an idealistic FBI agent in pursuit of the truth...