Bat vs Super: At least the savage reviews are entertaining

As “Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice” is work of commerce and not art, the critics are free to be amusingly  harsh: “For the death of cinema, it’s not bad…  “Batman v Superman” stomps and grinds its way to about six false endings, each meant to set up a future film in the franchise.” Ty Burr,… Continue reading Bat vs Super: At least the savage reviews are entertaining


This Friday and Saturday in Central Square you can get an intimal Irish cultural experience as the Kieran Jordan Dance company presents Little Gifts the Green Street Studios.  Live acoustic music will accompany solo and small ensemble performances of Irish dance.

Lady Snowblood screens at the Coolidge Corner

This coming Friday and Saturday the 1973 Japanese action film that is said to have inspired Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill will be playing at Coolidge Corner Theatre. Little known fact: Meiko Kaji who plays Lady Snowblood also sang the theme song.

Knight of Cups

Knight of Cups is a Terrence Malick film:  elusive, beautiful, suggestive of an autobiographical account of a spiritual exercise. If the main reason you go to the movies is to be entertained, you will probably not enjoy this.  While departing my screening, I overheard one fellow theater goer say after powering his phone: “Wow, that was… Continue reading Knight of Cups