Well sort of. In Sundays New York Times travel section, there is a long article on spring skiing at Jackson, Wyoming. Along the way, this paragraph appears:
With lactic acid searing our muscles, there was only one thing to do, especially since Jacksons boutiques had all closed. . . That one thing Saturday night was: "Brokeback Mountain," playing at the Jackson Hole cinema. For $7.50 each, we learned just how popular the gay cowboy movie is here in the state in which it is set: we were two of the four people in the audience.
The NYT "public editor" can now point to this as proof of the Times balanced coverage of the movie.