Jay Bobbin

Movie Critic

Exit to the Movies
(Fridays at 345pm and Saturdays at 1245pm)

Jay Bobbin is a longtime entertainment critic in upstate New York media, as well as a nationally syndicated writer about television programs and personalities. In a sense, he has “come home” by joining  WEXT and WMHT-FM, having hosted the weekly movie series “17th Street  Theater” on WMHT-TV earlier in his career. Movies have been a lifelong  passion for Jay, who is excited and gratified by the opportunity to  bring his insight on the latest releases to our listeners.

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Mark Wahlberg struggles to survive aboard "Deepwater Horizon": Jay Bobbin reviews the true oil-rig-disaster drama.

The Magnificent Seven

A new septet (led by Denzel Washington), a classic story: Jay Bobbin reviews the remake of “The Magnificent Seven."  

Blair Witch 2

Be afraid … be very afraid: Jay Bobbin goes back into the woods with his "Blair Witch" review.  

Tom Hanks takes flight as "Sully": Jay Bobbin reviews the Clint Eastwood-directed drama about the "Miracle on the Hudson."

Don't Breathe

Among the many good reasons not to be a criminal: "Don't Breathe." Jay Bobbin reviews the thriller.


A ride worth taking anew? Jay Bobbin reviews the remake of "Ben-Hur."

Florence Foster Jenkins

Does Meryl Streep hit the right notes as "Florence Foster Jenkins"? Jay Bobbin tunes in.  

Warner Brothers

Is the mission of the "Suicide Squad" worthwhile? Jay Bobbin offers his thoughts.

Does "Jason Bourne" keep its identity? Jay Bobbin reviews Matt Damon¹s latest adventure as the action hero.