Sundance Film Festival 2023
And above all, it’s the atmosphere of Sundance. If you have any affinity at all for film, being in an environment where there are films at every hour is just incredible.
The pursuit of blind nostalgia and shimmering stardom
Welcome to Soho, where your brightest desires become your darkest nightmares.
Wes Anderson’s ode to ‘The New Yorker,’ the French, and Bill Murray
The cheerful elements often mask an underlying bleakness, and ‘The French Dispatch’ is no exception to this classic Wes Anderson formula.
Trying to not starve together
There’s a certain kind of solidarity when you’re starving to death with friends
The wasted potential of ‘On the Rocks’
A shallow buddy detective comedy at best and a lost jumble of genres at worst, ‘On the Rocks’ is one stone’s throw away from landing in the discounted movie bin at a local Walmart.
‘Feel the Beat’ didn’t suck
The Hallmark-esque romcom industry consistently churns out the same storylines dressed up in different costumes. Netflix’s Feel the Beat is no exception to this classic formula.
‘The Burnt Orange Heresy’: not everybody’s a critic
Sizzling romance. Lavish estates. European backdrop. Default British people for an English movie that is set in Europe.
Working for Hollywood
“The Assistant” acts as a period piece, set in a time before the Weinstein scandals and #MeToo movement.
Save a date for ‘The Wedding Singer’
It’s the 1980s. Mullets and Ronald Reagan are trending, New Coke is about to be born, and wedding singer Robbie Hart just got left at the altar.
92nd Academy Awards predictions
Reflecting back on the best technical and artistic achievements of the year, it’s hard not to get excited to see where cinema takes us in 2020 and beyond.
An interview with the Boston Student Film Festival
The overarching objective is to create something more than just a film festival
‘Dolittle’ does little to impress but entertains nonetheless
Take “Dolittle” for what it is at face value, and don’t put too much thought into it.
‘Marriage Story’ is beautifully heartbreaking
Noah Baumbach is completely unapologetic as he tears down what was once a picturesque marriage.
A modern spin on a Shakespearean classic
The Shakespeare Ensemble’s production of ‘Twelfth Night’ is a decidedly humorous and delightful experience that takes plenty of inspiration from life at MIT.
‘Knives Out’ keeps you guessing until the end
Rian Johnson’s impassioned ode to the murder mystery story manages to inject a fresh breath of life into the genre while also offering piercing social commentary about contemporary America.
Taika Waititi’s ‘Jojo Rabbit’ is worth a watch
While more risks could have been taken with the direction of the narrative, 'Jojo Rabbit' loses none of its poignancy and is an admirable entry into this season’s award contenders.
An interview with Ben Platt and Julia Schlaepfer on ‘The Politician’
It is a show marked by its Wes Anderson aesthetics, wildly exaggerated characters, and bountiful twists and turns.
‘Abominable’ plays it safe
The film has stunning animation and endearing characters, which is enough to keep the movie chugging along to its unsurprising, but heartwarming conclusion.