BOFCA REVIEW ROUND-UP: 02/16/2018

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BLACK PANTHER

“BLACK PANTHER is one of the best films to come out of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.” – Jaskee Hickman, Cinematic Essential

“BLACK PANTHER entertains, emotionally stirs, and thoughtfully provokes its audience with the swagger and confidence of an instant classic. And a meaningful one, at that.” – Greg Vellante, Edge Boston

“If you are invested in art as a political force, then you will be able to stand up cheering at BLACK PANTHER too.” – Deirdre Crimmins, Daily Grindhouse

 

 

movie-trailer-early-manEARLY MAN

“EARLY MAN has the ability to make you laugh and enjoy yourself with everything else that’s included.” – Jaskee Hickman, Cinematic Essential

BOFCA MID-WEEK ROUNDUP 2/14/2018

Spoilerpiece Theatre talks FIFTY SHADES FREED and 15:17 TO PARIS

Max Covill looks at Pixar

Deirdre Crimmins looks at upcoming films to look forward to

Andrew Crump looks back at NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD and GET OUT and reviews GOLDEN EXITS

Bob Chipman talks Disney conspiracy-theorists and BLACK PANTHER

Allyson Johnson reviews THE MAGICIANS

Joyce Kulhawik reviews HEAR WORD!

BOFCA REVIEW ROUND-UP: 02/09/2018

maxresdefaultTHE 15:17 TO PARIS

“As a feature-length film, THE 15:17 TO PARIS is a gamble that had very little chance of delivering a payoff.” – Jaskee Hickman, Cinematic Essential

 

 

 

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“I didn’t have any fun with this one, just gotta be honest about that fact. I found myself asking “why” about the writing so many times.” – Byron McNeal, Nerd Caliber

BOFCA REVIEW ROUND-UP: 02/02/2018

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B.P.M. (BEATS PER MINUTE)

“Even though I’d recommend you bring tissues, be aware that Campillo isn’t just unblinking with his look at the devastating effects of AIDS, but also with his compassionate look at a hopeful community that still finds time to celebrate life.” – Brett Michel, The Improper Bostonian

“Even though it takes place 25 years ago “BPM” just might be the movie we need right now because you’ll say goodbye to these characters wanting nothing more than to hit the streets and follow their example — to live, to resist.” – Sean Burns, The ARTery