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Review: Cave of Forgotten Dreams

Cave of Forgotten Dreams suffers from some pacing issues, but the images on display here make up for many of the faults in the film.  Werner Herzog takes on an adventure into Chauvet Cave that is the home of some of the oldes...


Review: Hugo

Martin Scorsese taking on a kid’s film? Is it a departure from greatness or just a cleaver ruse? Hugo is at times both fantasy film and history lesson. Thankfully, it can never be considered a departure from the excellenc...


Review: The Muppets

After years of being out of the picture, are The Muppets still relevant? The whole Muppet crew is back in the new feature film by James Bobin and Jason Segal. They come as close as possible to a new vision that would make Jim H...

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Review: Children Who Chase Lost Voices from Deep Below (Hoshi o ou kodomo)

Makoto Shinkai has stepped into a new world with his latest film Children Who Chase Lost Voices from Deep Below (Hoshi o ou kodomo). Best known for his works about human communication (Voices of a Distant Star, 5cm Per Second) ...


IFFBoston Review: Bellflower

Writer/Director Evan Glodell has created a post-apocalyptic romance with an uncomfortable sense of violence.  Bellflower follows Woodrow (Glodell) and his romance with the grasshopper eating Milly (Jessie Wiseman). They quickl...