THE TOMORROW WAR
“THE TOMORROW WAR attempts an interplanetary, intergenerational, multicultural, multinational, action-packed, sci-fi saga of family, heroism and yes, healing; goes at it like there’s no tomorrow– and misses the mark.” – Joyce Kulhawik, Joyce’s Choices
Joyce Kulhawik talks about this year’s Oscar nominees and how to watch the show.
Robyn Bahr has Boston Globe film critic Ty Burr on her podcast The Film Stage Show to discuss THE FATHER. She also digs into how the Oscars nominated first-timers and outsiders in this unprecedented year.
Spoilerpiece Theatre reviews JAKOB’S WIFE, VOYAGERS, and TINA.
Note: This roundup contains a profanity that is spelled out because it is the official title of the film reviewed by one of our members.
If you have a short attention span or are prone to stopping and starting the movies that you watch at home, PHOBIAS is, at the very least, user-friendly. – Daniel M. Kimmel, North Shore Movies
WOJNAROWICZ: F**K YOU F*GGOT F**KER
“1980s painter and AIDS activist David Wojnarowicz could be lawless in his methods, but he was as principled as he was talented, interested not in creating art as a product or pursuing a payday but, rather, focused on the purity of art as a means of expression.” – Kilian Melloy, EDGE Media Network
Daniel M. Kimmel reviews SLAXX.
Sam Cohen reviews the Criterion Blu-ray of CÈLINE AND JULIE GO BOATING.
Spoilerpiece Theatre reviews MOXIE, SOPHIE JONES, JUMBO, and films from the Boston Israeli Film Festival.