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The 10 Best Films of 2015. And Where To Find Them.

By at January 23, 2016 | 11:43 am | 1 Comments

The 10 Best Films of 2015. And Where To Find Them.

Like every film critic, I had wonderful intentions of having my annual best-of feature ready to go by the first day of 2016. But hey, if intentions were actions, this would have been ready three weeks ago. Better late than never, but my personal Top Ten of 2015 now has some fortuitous timing with a notable groupthink about the best films of the year, namely the more...

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The Sounds of Violence: THE TRIBE Film Review

By at July 23, 2015 | 12:00 pm | 1 Comments

The Sounds of Violence: THE TRIBE Film Review

4 / 5 stars The Tribe has the potential to be one of the most incendiary movies of 2015. It’s a little surprising that this multiple Cannes Film Festival award-winner hasn’t already inspired more vitriol, at least in the United States. Although the entire cast of The Tribe is deaf, and the entire film told only with sign language and body language (no subtitles), more...

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Poster and New US Trailer for Ukranian Shocker THE TRIBE

By at June 1, 2015 | 10:08 pm | 0 Comment

Poster and New US Trailer for Ukranian Shocker THE TRIBE

This weekend, a colleague asked the collective movie-critic world: What's the one Summer 2015 film you most want to see? My answer was fast. The Tribe. If film is supposed to entertain, enthrall and challenge in progressively inventive ways (oh, and it is, by the way), this Ukranian international award-winner is my pick. Just think, all those idiots who say they don't more...

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19 Movies to Watch: The 2015 Independent Film Festival Boston Preview

By at April 20, 2015 | 11:20 pm | 3 Comments

19 Movies to Watch: The 2015 Independent Film Festival Boston Preview

If you want quick proof that the Independent Film Festival Boston knows how to pick a perennially solid slate, just check your history. Over just the past few festivals, the IFFB has screened Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry, The Imposter, The Queen of Versailles, The Spectacular Now, Submarine, and two of my personal indie favorites of the past decade, Littlerock and Bellflower. more...

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