BOFCA MID-WEEK ROUNDUP 1/20/2016

Tim Estiloz covers the Critic’s Choice Awards and the Oscar Nominations

Andy Crump talks STAR WARS, BAND OF ROBBERS, MOONWALKERS and interviews Jim Whitaker for THE FINEST HOURS

Jared Bowen talks Oscar Nominations

Kilian Melloy reviews SHANGHAI, PEACE OFFICER, FREEHELD, PARTISAN and SON OF SAUL

Deirdre Crimmins and Film Thrills talk 2016 movies

Bob Chipman reports on Jet Li, LEGENDS OF TOMORROW and BOONIE BEARS

Joyce Kulhawik looks at Oscar Nominations and DISGRACED

BOFCA REVIEW ROUND-UP: 10/09/2015

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“Along with the the all too familiar trappings, the vacant characters and a consistently unfortunate performance put forth by Mr. Hedlund, PAN will likely disappoint those who choose to give it a try.” – Jaskee Hickman, Cinematic Essential

“Every line is designed to prepare for future lines in future movies that, if there’s a God, will never exist.” – Greg Vellante, Sound and Picture

 

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“Despite its inconsistencies and emotionally diagrammatic character arcs, the film does touch a chord, transcending the characters’ sexualities and creating a universally relatable depiction of love and commitment.” – Kilian Melloy, Edge Boston

 

Drunk Stoned Brilliant DeadDRUNK STONED BRILLIANT DEAD

“What Douglas Tirola’s film recognizes, and smartly reinforces, is that The Lampoon was much more than a ribald rant of counterculture. It was the embryo of everything that popular comedy became in the decades to come.” - Norm Schrager, Film Racket