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May 15 2013

:30 SECOND REVIEW: “42”

By | May 15th, 2013|30 Second Reviews, Drama, Family, Movies|0 Comments

If you don’t have time to read the FULL TEXT REVIEW of “42”– check out my :30 Second Review with video for a short, smart critical assessment of this biopic about Jackie Robinson who broke Baseball's color barrier –and get the bottom line fast!

Apr 06 2013

:30 Second Review–LIFE OF PI

By | April 6th, 2013|30 Second Reviews, Action & Adventure, Drama, Family, Fantasy, Joyce's Choices, Movies|0 Comments

LIFE OF PI which earned director ANG LEE an OSCAR this year-- is  now out on DVD. If you're trying to decide whether or not to see, check out my new :30 Second Review feature with video to get the bottom line fast!

Apr 05 2013

WIN TICKETS: “EXHIBITION: GREAT ART ON SCREEN”

By | April 5th, 2013|Documentary, Family, Joyce's Choices, More A & E, Movies, Museums|5 Comments

HURRY! FREE TICKETS for "EXHIBITION: Great Art on Screen" I have 5 pairs of TICKETS for each date listed below. The first 5 people for each date to respond with their FULL NAMES, MAILING ADDRESSES, and EXHIBITION event date (via “Contact Joyce” on the home page) will be notified of a pair of tickets. Tickets will [...]

Dec 10 2012

BOSTON SOCIETY OF FILM CRITICS AWARDS 2012!

By | December 10th, 2012|Action & Adventure, Animation, Comedy, Documentary, Drama, Epic & Historical, Family, Kids, Movies, Musicals, Romance, Thriller, Uncategorized, War|0 Comments

We saw. We met. We voted. The BOSTON SOCIETY OF FILM CRITICS (BSFC) has just announced its awards for the best films, performances, and technical achievements in 15 major categories for 2012! Topping the list with three awards is director Kathryn Bigelow's ZERO DARK THIRTY about the ten-year hunt for Osama bin Laden which won BEST [...]

Nov 15 2012

THE NUTCRACKER ON THE BIG SCREEN!

By | November 15th, 2012|Dance, Family, Fantasy, Joyce's Choices, Kids, Movies, Music, Musicals, Theater|2 Comments

Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker performed by the Mariinsky Ballet Theatre! Don’t miss your chance to share this holiday tradition with your family in movie theaters for one day only on December 3! Tchaikovsky’s holiday classic is being brought to movie theaters nationwide by NCM Fathom Events and More2Screen to celebrate the holiday season. SEE LIST BELOW [...]

Nov 08 2012

MOVIE REVIEW: LINCOLN

By | November 8th, 2012|Drama, Epic & Historical, Family, Movies, War|2 Comments

I have seen LINCOLN-- and he is Daniel Day-Lewis. This is an absolutely flawless performance, which together with Spielberg's direction, Tony Kushner's screenplay, based in part on Doris Kearns Goodwin's book TEAM OF RIVALS, and a treasure trove of vivid performances -- has resulted in one of the finest movies of the year, and one [...]

Oct 18 2012

FAMILY FUN: “MADAGASCAR 3” PARTY AT THE ZOO!!

By | October 18th, 2012|Animation, Family, Kids, More A & E, Movies, Spontaneous Acts of Joyce|0 Comments

Looking for something fun to do with the kids this weekend? I just found out Radio Disney is hosting a party to celebrate the DVD/BLU-RAY™ release of MADAGASCAR 3: EUROPE'S MOST WANTED-- and they're doing it at the STONE ZOO this Saturday October 20!  Music, dancing, games, activities, and the first 100 kids in line [...]

Jun 16 2012

MOVIE REVIEW: SNOW WHITE AND THE HUNTSMAN

By | June 16th, 2012|Drama, Family, Fantasy|0 Comments

I've always had a soft spot for Snow White. She was the only fairy tale princess I'd heard of who wasn't blonde, and the Disney cartoon was the first movie I ever saw as a child. I was entranced. I have taken all my fashion cues from her since then. Black haired beauties with white [...]

Jan 04 2012

MOVIE REVIEW: WAR HORSE

By | January 4th, 2012|Action & Adventure, Epic & Historical, Family, Movies|4 Comments

I was so angry with Steven Spielberg after I saw this movie. It had a perfectly good premise. A gorgeous horse named Joey and the poor English farm boy (Jeremy Irvine who looks like a young Tom Brady) who tamed and loved him, has to relinquish his pet to the brutality of World War I. [...]