This Week in Tickets: 8 April 2019 - 14 April 2019

By: Jay's Movie Blog


You know what's kind of great? Weekends where everything you do for entertainment is actually pretty darn entertaining. The work-week started with Dragged Across Concrete, which makes me ponder the calculus of movie-theater booking - it's got a...

P Storm

By: Jay's Movie Blog


I didn't realize just how fast these were coming out, with the prior movie just hitting screens last year. That sort of quick turnaround wasn't always unusual, but these days sequels often seem to be on a three-year cycle, with the delays increasing...

Foreign Affairs: Ash Is Purest White & Climax

By: Jay's Movie Blog


If the Boston Underground Film Festival hadn't been going on last weekend, I might have been tempted to perform an experiment by seeing Ash Is Purest White in both Boston Common and the Kendall, to see if they had different sorts of audiences - one t...

New from China: More than Blue & The Crossing

By: Jay's Movie Blog


I see that More than Blue is getting a second week at Boston Common and The Crossing is not, which is too bad; the latter is clearly the better movie. I wonder how much it's down to the first being more easily-digestible and how much is due to other...

Hong-Kong-a-Thon 2: Project S, Hot War, Eastern Condors, Beast Cops, Bloody Friday, and Full Contact

By: Jay's Movie Blog


There was a brief moment when I looked at the announcement of the second annual Hong-Kong-a-Thon, thought that it took place the same weekend as the Boston Sci-Fi Marathon, and thought "you know what, I could probably do that!" This would...

Goodfellas Star Ray Liotta Joins Sopranos Prequel



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Extreme Job

By: Jay's Movie Blog


I'm kind of curious about the roll-out for this one - IMDB has it opening in the USA two days after it opened in South Korea last month, but I'm wondering if that might have been just a screen or two in NY/LA/other places with large Korean-American p...

This Week in Tickets: 14 January 2019 - 20 January 2019

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Ah, nuts, first lost ticket stub of the year. Short features are fantastic Take Monday, when I got to the Coolidge at 7pm for Detour, enjoy a nice 70-minute movie, leisurely bus ride to Harvard Square, with time to get a burrito before sitting d...

Fantasia 2018 Catch-Up 03: The Traveling Cat Chronicles, The Outlaws, Chuck Steel: Night of the Trampires, Knuckleball, Fireworks (2017), Lôi Báo, The Witch: Part 1. The Subversion, Parallel (2018), I Am a Hero, Luz, The Witch in the Window, and Inuyashiki

By: Jay's Movie Blog


So it's been (quickly checks Blogger) just about seven weeks to write up these twelve reviews, with another thirteen to go before I can drink the last Canadian Crush that I brought back from Montreal. It's really kind of absurd, especially consideri...

This Week in Tickets: 7 January 2019 - 13 January 2019

By: Jay's Movie Blog


If I made New Year's Resolutions, they might involve giving up even the attempt at midnight movies. But I don't so I didn't so here we are. The week started off with Sisters at the Brattle, which has apparently been recently restored and looks n...


By: Jay's Movie Blog


99% of the time when I see a fim at a festival, I don't have anything to ask during the Q&A until days later, but I felt like I had a pretty good question at the end of this one, about whether all the baseball references were meant to add up to s...

This Week in Tickets: 10 December 2018 - 16 December 2018

By: Jay's Movie Blog


A three-day workweek here, but you'd never tell. This is why I take full weeks and run off to some other continent; knowing you won't be back to a city for years if ever is good motivation for not just being a bump on a log. Seriously, what the...

Fantasia 2018 Catchup 02: Being Natural, Neomanila, I Have a Date with Spring, The Vanished, Hurt, Under the Silver Lake, People's Republic of Desire, Cam, and Kasane

By: Jay's Movie Blog


This is taking embarrassingly long - 9 reviews since the first catch-up post almost two months ago is a crappy pace, but it's been a busy year and there aren't enough people on eFilmCritic covering mainstream films, so I feel weirdly obligated. Good...

This Week in Tickets: 12 November 2018 - 18 November 2018

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Some good stuff this week, but the one that made my phone blow up was the one I reviewed at Fantasia. Aidan Turner has some fans who will retweet the heck out of people who tweet that review you wrote. I started the week off with Intimate Strange...

A Cool Fish

By: Jay's Movie Blog


A surprisingly packed house for this one, making me wonder if anyone in it is a big star in China that I just don't know about. A little poking around indicates that Ma Yinyin may me some sort of singer, but maybe not. Heck if I know. Part of the...

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