Not Exactly Oneself: Everything Everywhere All At Once and Dual

By: Jay's Movie Blog

18Apr2022

I've totally been holding onto that review of Everything Everywhere All at Once so that I could pair it with another movie as opposed to being lazy and distractible for the past two weeks. (Looks back and forth) Not buying it, huh? Anyway, it's ki...

Short Stuff: The 2021 Oscar-Nominated Animated Shorts

By: Jay's Movie Blog

26Mar2022

One of the odder effects of Disney moving all of their Pixar releases to their streaming service during the pandemic is that no short films have accompanied them into theaters, meaning that the "Best Animated Short Film" category lacks an o...

BUFF 2022.01: You Won't Be Alone and The Nest

By: Jay's Movie Blog

24Mar2022

I've been trying not to jinx this for the past few weeks while also checking to see if the schedule had been announced, because I don't believe in jinxes but also don't see the point of talking about something that may not happen. Well… Did the...

Roll The Die, Round 1: Carole Lomabard and Charley Bowers

By: Jay's Movie Blog

14Mar2022

I've mentioned before that I have a terrible time choosing between good options - when I'm on vacation, I get decision paralysis figuring out what I'm going to do that day until I've wasted a couple of hours, and more to the point of this exercise, I...

Film Rolls, Round 1: Carole Lombard and Charley Bowers

By: Jay's Movie Blog

14Mar2022

I've mentioned before that I have a terrible time choosing between good options - when I'm on vacation, I get decision paralysis figuring out what I'm going to do that day until I've wasted a couple of hours, and more to the point of this exercise, I...

Roll The Die, Round 1: Carole Lombard and Charley Bowers

By: Jay's Movie Blog

14Mar2022

I've mentioned before that I have a terrible time choosing between good options - when I'm on vacation, I get decision paralysis figuring out what I'm going to do that day until I've wasted a couple of hours, and more to the point of this exercise, I...

Freaky Dolls in 3D: Baby Blues & Coraline

By: Jay's Movie Blog

8Feb2022

Most of the time, I prefer Ned at the Brattle or someone else to program my double features; as someone who has trouble choosing just one movie when standing in front of the "unwatched discs" shelving unit, asking me to assemble a themed pa...

Belle (2021)

By: Jay's Movie Blog

18Jan2022

I'm kind of surprised that Belle only played the one show on the Imax screen at Boston Common - has Spider-Man just not slowed down at all anywhere? Figured AMC might mix things up a bit, but, nah, just one special show, which meant it was fairly cr...

Labyrinth of Cinema

By: Jay's Movie Blog

16Jan2022

As I post this, there's one last show at the Brattle at 6pm, and, yes, a three-hour Japanese film is a lot to recommend on short notice but tomorrow is a holiday for many and this is a movie where being in a theater is sort of central. I wouldn't sa...

Poupelle of Chimney Town

By: Jay's Movie Blog

10Jan2022

I was kind of excited to catch up with this one, as I remembered seeing a trailer or images when it ran as part of Fantasia but never managed to get screener access, and it's been so long that I more or less just recognized the name when it popped up...

Encanto (and "Far from the Tree")

By: Jay's Movie Blog

1Dec2021

I don't normally take a movie in on Thanksgiving evening, but it was a pretty weird day, which i started by heading to South Station to catch a bus to Portland and my family in the suburbs, and, folks, this was the bus terminal at 9:30am on Thanksgiv...

New-ish releases: Eternals and Ghostbusters: Afterlife

By: Jay's Movie Blog

27Nov2021

WIth a bunch of festival reviews backed up and piles of discs in my living room, I was kind of tempted to just let the people whose sites are built around reviewing this sort of movie have them (or even just mainstream films in general), but for Eter...

The Spine of Night

By: Jay's Movie Blog

11Nov2021

Yikes, I just noticed that this played one of the festivals where I've got a many-film backlog of reviews to write. Maybe I should get off my butt and get to that. In the meantime… A Q&A, with Ned and co-director Philip Gelatt, who is appa...

Fantasia/New York Asian Film Festivals 2021.07: Indemnity, Hold Me Back, and Ghosting Gloria

By: Jay's Movie Blog

18Sep2021

Yikes, has it been a month? I can't even say it's been that busy at the day job and outside of movies, but sometimes you just can't get traction. I hope I've got some good notes here. Anyway, this is roughly the one-week mark for the festivals, ri...

Fantasia Extra: The Night House

By: Jay's Movie Blog

7Sep2021

Part of the Fantasia experience: The mid-sized genre movie that was either booked before it was acquired by a distributor, or where the distributor and festival think they can get some sort of synergy by having what basically amounts to a preview sh...

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