Bomb It Opens April 25 in NY: Review

In preparation for our long awaited theatrical run in NYC at the Cinema Village from April 25th- May 1st, 2008 we got a glowing review. Check it out:

It’s quite a beautiful crime,” says Swedish graffiti artist Pike, sitting on a derelict couch sipping a beer next to his hooded partner Nug. This small statement, uttered midway through director Jon Reiss’ comprehensive, exhilarating, and provocative documentary Bomb It!, epitomizes the ethos of the taggers and street artists Reiss and partner Tracy Wares interview throughout the film. While the various subjects describe graffiti in many different ways (“Graffiti is energy,” “Art is a weapon”), they’re bound together by a commitment to an art form that is confrontational in its very nature, a quality which has contributed to the medium’s remarkable popularity—as one graf writer says, “This is the biggest art movement in the history of humankind. It’s bigger than the Renaissance because of the sheer numbers alone.”

Read the full review here

BOMB IT screens daily at the Cinema Village at:

3:05pm, 7:10pm, and 9:20pm

22 E. 12th Street, New York, NY 10003

(212) 924-3363
For more info on the Cinema Village screenings visit their website:

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