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2014 IFFBoston: Sunday What to Watch

By at April 27, 2014 | 11:18 am | 0 Comment

2014 IFFBoston: Sunday What to Watch

Looks like rain has given way to, well, slightly less wet but persistently dreary weather across the venues for Independent Film Festival of Boston. If you're grabbing some warm weather gear to queue up for cinema goodness, here's a short suggestion list for today's screenings. And if you're reading this after the fact, it may be worth keeping your eyes on these titles in more...

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2014 IFFBoston: Saturday What to Watch

By at April 26, 2014 | 7:48 am | 1 Comments

2014 IFFBoston: Saturday What to Watch

Saturday, April 26 kicks off the first noon-to-(near)midnight schedule for the 2014 Independent Film Festival Boston, with your choice of 16 features and five short-film packages. Wondering what to see? You can head on over to my full IFFBoston preview, organized by day, or see below for a bit more in-depth look at the Saturday offering—and yes, you could work out more...

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2014 Independent Film Festival Boston: 12 Movies to Watch

By at April 23, 2014 | 12:08 am | 2 Comments

2014 Independent Film Festival Boston: 12 Movies to Watch

If you happen to be in the Boston area this weekend and see some massive lines snaked around the best independent movie theaters in town (well, in Somerville, Cambridge and Brookline), then you're seeing the love for the IFFB — Independent Film Festival Boston. Now in its 12th year — a testament to both the response by Boston moviegoers and the remarkable more...

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Disco Stuck: The Quirky Queue’s THANK GOD IT’S FRIDAY Film Review

By at April 9, 2014 | 10:36 pm | 0 Comment

Disco Stuck: The Quirky Queue’s THANK GOD IT’S FRIDAY Film Review

3 / 5 stars Saturday Night Fever is easily the most entertaining film in history to showcase the disco era. After that? I could call out Roller Boogie (1979) maybe, but it’s way too immature and melodramatic. Plus Linda Blair doesn’t even remove her top, something she would do with great frequency throughout the 1980s. How about the Village People film Can't Stop more...

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