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Source Code Review

Reposted due to DVD/Blu-Ray release. Directed by Duncan Jones, Source Code stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Michelle Monaghan and Vera Farmiga. Source Code is the new vision from Duncan Jones, fresh off his widely acclaimed film...


Review: 13 Assassins

Takashi Miike has created the best nods to classic samurai films I’ve seen in a long time. Best known in America for the ultra violent Audition and Ichi the Killer, Takashi Miike’s 13 Assassins, is thankfully more t...


Review: Magnolia

Nine people will have their lives changed in the course of twenty-four hours that they will never forget. This is what Magnolia promises on the back of its box and boy does it deliver. From redemption and denial, to fear and re...


Review: The Hangover Part II

Stu, Alan, and Phil are at it again. Stu (Ed Helms) is getting married (again) to the new love of his life, Lauren. Stu is not taking any chances this time. He hasn’t invited Alan to the party because of being drugged two...


IFFBoston Review: Project Nim

Project Nim is the new documentary from acclaimed director James Marsh (Academy Award Winner, Man on Wire). The story follows the life of a chimpanzee from infancy to adulthood teaching the animal to co-exist with humans. I...