“Let’s face it – it wasn’t supposed to work. But this ALADDIN does work… and beautifully.” – Daniel M. Kimmel, North Shore Movies

“…ALADDIN is very clearly saddled with a finite imagination unlike the original animated film.” – Sam Cohen, Edge Boston

“It reminded me why I love this franchise, but there’s no surpassing the original and it’s flaws while minimal put it on par more with RETURN OF JAFAR than the original animated movie.” – Byron McNeal, Nerd Caliber

“The greatest failure of this ALADDIN is that, like our blue-dipped Genie, it possesses incredible power but fumbles it, playing too safe when every beat, specifically every musical one, should have dazzled.” – Allyson Johnson, Cambridge Day

“Children and people with kids will more than likely have a deep appreciation for this version of ALADDIN.” – Jaskee Hicknam, Cinematic Essential


“[Joanna Hogg’s] latest film is perhaps her best to date, certainly her most personal, and without a doubt one of the year’s most remarkable releases so far.” – Andy Crump, Paste Magazine


Two men sit in a dark movie theatre talking in the movie Sorry AngelSORRY ANGEL

“Sweet and powerful, this is a film to take in rather than to resist.” – Kilian Melloy, EDGE Media Network



Robyn Bahr reviews LOVE IS and ENHANCED

Spoilerpiece Theatre talks SKYSCRAPER, LEAVE NO TRACE and more

Jared Bowen looks at ALADDIN, WOMEN IN WWII and The Emerson Colonial Theater for WGBH Open Studio

Sean Burns reviews THE KING

Max Covill looks back on AKIRA

Bob Chipman looks at NANETTE, film news and the next AVENGERS

Deirdre Crimmins reviews DANS LA BRUME

Andrew Crump reviews THE THIRD MURDER and the big twist in SORRY TO BOTHER YOU