BOFCA MID-WEEK ROUNDUP 3/22/2017

Nick Casaletto talks Disney remakes and IRON FIST

Jaskee Hickman reviews SENSE OF AN ENDING

Max Covill podcasts about March Madness movies

Derek Deskins reports from SXSW on ATOMIC BLONDE, FREE FIRE and DRIB

Jake Mulligan previews THE BOSTON UNDERGROUND FILM FESTIVAL

Bob Chipman looks at IRON FISTYouTube problems and tries out a new podcast venture

Joyce Kulhawik and Kilian Melloy both review TOP DOG/UNDERDOG

Jared Bowen looks at Art This Week

Sean Burns remembers THE DEPARTED

Andrew Crump reviews DEIDRA & LANEY ROB A TRAIN

Spoilerpiece Theatre talks BEAUTY & THE BEAST and PERSONAL SHOPPER

Allyson Johnson reviews A WOMAN A PART and THE FLASH

BOFCA MID-WEEK ROUNDUP 2/15/2017

Nick Casaletto interviews Kim Coates

Jaskee Hickman and Nick Casaletto talk unseen classic films

Bob Chipman talks LAW & ORDER: SVU and Trump, SUPERGIRL and remembers VIRTUOSITY

Spoilerpiece Theatre talks JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 2, FLASHDANCE and LEGO BATMAN

Andrew Crump reviews XX, ANATAHAN, TABOO and names The 25 Best Sci-Fi Movies on Netflix.

Kristofer Jenson offers a Boston Reel Rep Roundup

BOFCA MID-WEEK ROUNDUP 2/1/2017

Andy Hoglund interviews Chris Kattan, Patrick Weathers and Robin Duke

Andy Crump reviews TABOO, MY HAPPY FAMILY and new Criterion releases

Jake Mulligan appears on The Cinephiliacs Podcast

Bob Chipman talks BATMAN directors and Muslim Superheroes

Allyson Johnson looks at BATMAN directors and THE 100

Spoilerpiece Theatre talks GOLD and horror movies

Evan Crean catches up with LION

Kristofer Jenson gives the Boston Reel Rep Roundup

BOFCA MID-WEEK ROUNDUP 1/5/2017

Tim Estiloz interviews David Ortiz

Max Covill talks the films of Makoto Shinkai

Kristofer Jenson presents the Boston Reel Rep Roundup

Bob Chipman remembers BERRY GORDY’S THE LAST DRAGON and list his Top 10 Most Anticipated Movies of 2017

Greg Vellante offers a Top Ten of 2016 in video form

Andrew Crump reviews BROOKLYN NINE NINE and Criterion’s Best New Releases

Spoilerpiece Theatre talks PATRIOT’S DAY and the Worst of 2016

Joyce Kulhawik talks THE HANDMAIDEN & FINGERSMITH

BOFCA REVIEW ROUNDUP 12/30/2016

HIDDEN FIGURES

HIDDEN FIGURES

“HIDDEN FIGURES soars in bringing their stories to light and it’s long past due.” – Daniel M. Kimmel, North Shore Movies

“…stirs your soul as you watch their story unfold… Henson, Spencer and Monáe give a master class in how it should be done.” – John Black, Color Magazine

“It’s refreshing to go to the movies and see a film about a time when America strove for true greatness, international pre-eminence, and scientific primacy.” – Kilian Melloy, EDGE

“This is about as good as mainstream inspirational biopics get.” – Bob Chipman, Geek.com

“It makes our eyes wander and our ears perk, always on the look out for those who may next pioneer us into greater, undiscovered territories.” – Allyson Johnson, The Young Folks

“…thanks to an intelligent script, captivating performances and thoughtful direction (not to mention gorgeous production design), this is a film that deserves a spot on Oscar ballots this year and social studies classrooms for years to come.” – Kristofer Jenson, C-Ville Weekly

“What is most important about HIDDEN FIGURES is that this eye-opening story is told at all.” – Joyce Kulhawik, Joyce’s Choices

 

FENCESFENCES

FENCES is about how certain personalities can keep you in or keep you out.” – Jaskee Hickman, Cinematic Essential

“This is a filmed play, not a movie, and the rare moments outside of Troy’s house or backyard fails to “open it up.” – Dan Kimmel, North Shore Movies

“Washington directs this massive emotional load with great delicacy.” – Joyce Kulhawik, Joyce’s Choices