By Logan Meyer, A&E editor In typical DreamWorks fashion, “The Boss Baby” is an adorable, feel-good animated film fit for the family. Also in DreamWorks fashion, it is largely lacking in cinematic merit. From the get-go, the story’s narration incites confusion. Constantly jumping between his imagination and reality, Tim (Miles […]
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Malick embarrasses the good name of the independent film and wastes the talent of his cast and the time of his viewers.
Disney continues to roll out live-action versions of classic childhood fantasies and although most consumers know it is a plot to take our money, the money is well spent.
“Moonlight” creates images that are hard to shake off and invites as open a reading as one is willing to provide.
The annual contest, open to all students, will offer cash rewards to makers of winning films.
If La La Land goes 14/14, then maybe more things are rigged than I originally thought.
This year’s honorees are Boston-based artists who receive little local recognition.
Though not exactly white-washing, ‘The Great Wall’ is still a problematic work of cinema.
Juan A. Ramirez hopes against hope that recent products of American cinema will lead to a renewed art form.
This year’s Boston Jewish Film Festival (BJFF) will feature a film starring Northeastern University School of Law alumna Mary Bonauto, a key figure in LGBTQA+ activism. Directed by Eddie Rosenstein, the 2016 documentary, “The Freedom to Marry” seeks to display the trials and tribulations faced by same-sex marriage activists, from the early days of the movement through today.