The Hollywood Reporter - "...a verite drama that mines a rich vein of humanism shot through with a characteristically dry New England humor"
The Boston Globe - says tells its readers to "hope that “Bob and the Trees” makes it to theaters" because "...it’s the kind of micro-indie that does what it does well without anyone really noticing. "
Indiewire - calls Ongaro's film "a fine debut" and "...an interesting portrait of a man’s struggle, and Tarasuk gives a fascinating performance..."
Reel Honest Reviews - calls 'Bob' a film "you experience on every level; visually, auditorily, emotionally, and almost tactily"
Examiner - "(Four Stars) An honest title for an honest story, ‘Bob and the Trees’ is a surprising and impressive portrayal of Massachusetts logger Bob Tarasuk and his growing economic troubles, bad luck, and unlikely choices during the dead of winter."
Variety - says "Tarasuk gives an impressively introverted performance — a study in gruff pronouncements, self-loathing vanity and sudden gestures."
Foundd.com - "(Five Stars) Surprisingly entertaining and heartfelt look into the life of a logger & farmer in the modern age."
Punch Drunk Critics - "Ongaro skillfully explores the crumbling of the middle and working class through Bob's insightful, often confrontational interactions with Matt, who is more of a realist than a dreamer."
Film-Forward - "A solid piece of cinema that should be judged on its filmmaking merits and not on the use of its tiny budget"
Best Sundance Films - "Check out "Bob and the Trees" for an opportunity to live a different kind of life."