✭✭✭✭✩Directed by Nora TwomeyWritten by Anita DoronProduced by Angelina JolieBased off a novel by Deborah Ellis
✭✭✭✭✭Ministry of Utmost HappinessWritten by Arundhuti RoyPublished by Penguin Random House (Knopf)
Lady BirdWritten and directed by Greta GerwigStarring Saoirse Ronan, Laurie MetcalfRated R, Now Playing
“The people of Edinburgh aren’t… dying… QUICKLY ENOUGH!!!” Here cry the despairing voices of the schools of anatomy. The cadavers are running low, so study is restricted. Gravedigging is illegal, and only those who die as criminals or as otherwise properly indicated by the state are allowed to be sold for science, so supply is limited.
HamletPerformed by MIT Shakespeare EnsembleDirected by Damon KrometisKresge Little TheaterRuns Nov. 9–11 @8PM
If you’re trying to decide whether you should go watch Thor: Ragnarok — if you want a stimulating plot or breathtaking acting, this movie might not be for you. But, if you want a few fun hours with a movie chock-full of action and simple jokes that makes you laugh, Thor: Ragnarok will definitely not disappoint.
Instead, the bits and pieces from various scenes seem intentional to the point of the film; we are constantly shown the dehumanization of the refugees by various subconscious and external forces. We are reminded that the crisis is not isolated but rather an immediate and immense issue for human beings and countries around the world.