Film Rolls, Round 16: X Y & Zee and A Reason to Live, a Reason to Die

By: Jay's Movie Blog


When "season two" happens post-Fantasia, I'm going to make a much more earnest attempt to keep up with what the score is rather than just calculating it as I do the posts. Or maybe at least do the posts much more quickly, so that I know th...

Hidden Blade

By: Jay's Movie Blog


You know, I don't think we're actually going to get A Guilty Conscience playing Boston Common, given that the date on that standee is a month ago. I suppose it could wind up here now because it's apparently the number one movie in Mainland China aft...

This Week in Tickets: 30 January 2023 - 5 February 2023 (Winter Weather Edition)

By: Jay's Movie Blog


January ends with some Oscar catch-up, a reminder that climate change hasn't completely defanged New England winter, and more good stuff. Things kicked off with a rare-ish Monday night at the movies to see Glass Onion a second time, since I don't...

Fantasia 2022.14: Happer's Comet, Hansan: Rising Dragon, and Inu-Oh

By: Jay's Movie Blog


No guest at the shows I saw that day - just no way I was logging out of work on time for Topology of Sirens and I didn't get to The Diabetic (my story is that I was eating and lost track of time and in sticking to it) - so here's a photo of a spot a...

Sunday double feature: Sundown and The Battle at Lake Changjin II

By: Jay's Movie Blog


I miss writing on the bus to and from work - it was an hour a day with pretty much no distractions, and it made it much harder to fall behind like this, where I'm posting this three weeks after the fact because even though I want to keep this blog up...

Labyrinth of Cinema

By: Jay's Movie Blog


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...

The Battle at Lake Changjin

By: Jay's Movie Blog


It's an odd feeling to sit in a Boston theater for a Chinese movie and hear folks in the audience applaud as the subtitled text talks about "our" army defeating the Imperialist Americans. Sure, I knew what I was getting into when I got a t...

The Star Wars Saga

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Back in December, I kind of punted reviewing The Rise of Skywalker, figuring that I'd see it on the big screen twice like I had every other new Star Wars movie in the Disney era, but never got around to it. So I figured I'd wait until it was on disc...

These Weeks in (Virtual) Tickets: 18 May 2020 - 31 May 2020

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Putting a ticket to a ballgame that wasn't played in because I'd like to see the page broken up a little and to remind me later that all of this doing nothing wasn't entirely a choice. I might very well have been weak given the option. I got...

The Taking of Tiger Mountain

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Not really a lot to say here that I didn't include in the eFilmCritic review other than noting that the disc I ordered from Hong Kong however long ago appears to be a 3D-only disc, with no option to watch in 2D that I saw on the menu (unless it's bur...

Fantasia 2019 Catch-up, Part 4: Dance with Me, Ode to Nothing, Fly Me to the Saitama, L'Intervention, A Good Woman Is Hard to Find, Black Magic for White Boys, The Father's Shadow, and Door Lock

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Yeah, I'm looking at the dates I saw these movies and the dates I've posted full reviews on eFilmCritic and just kind of sighing. Insert the usual comments about how I need to commit to cranking through things faster, not working my day job during t...

This Week in Tickets: 6 January 2020 - 12 January 2020

By: Jay's Movie Blog


You know what seems like it would be a pretty good idea, sometime? Choosing a day, not setting an alarm, and just getting to work when I get there, working until 7pm if that's what what gets me on a good schedule. Might get me back to Davis at a ti...

War!: 1917 and Liberation

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Will wonders never cease - AMC accidentally set the times for a couple of movies in such a way that you could build a thematic double feature without having to kill an hour in between! It also gave me a nice chance to check out the new Dolby Cinema...

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