Outgoing blog exec Aaron H. Aceves reflects on some of the best advice he's received from celebrities he interviewed for The Crimson (or ran into around town).
Outgoing Comp Director and Social Chair Charlotte D. Smith finds the exceptions to an infamous movie trope.
Outgoing Film Executive Alexander Tang requests that you do not kill his vibe.
The Crimson Arts Poll was taken by nearly 250 students.
"12 Years A Slave" and "Pacific Rim," "The Great Gatsby" and "Fruitvale Station"—the Crimson Arts board selects its favorite films of the year.
Incoming Film Editor Alan R. Xie runs down the 4 best quotes from the best television show of the year.
In the first Arts Year In Review special issue, the Crimson Arts board covers the best films and albums of the year and reports the results of the 2013 Arts Poll.
Josh Hutcherson, Elizabeth Banks, and Jennifer Lawrence star in "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire."
Grounded by grand world-building, a superb supporting cast, and the always-electric Jennifer Lawrence, “Catching Fire” is a powerfully acted and fantastically imagined glimpse into a frightening future.
With the Game coming up less than a week from now, people are getting ready to go all out and party—unfortunately, that means a boring two hour ride to New Haven. We know that the thought of Yale is repugnant, so immerse yourself in the Harvard bubble for a little longer on the shuttle with a Harvardian film!
Kellie Carter Jackson, a fellow in the African & African American Studies Department, and Professor Glenda R. Carpio sat down with The Crimson to discuss Kerry Washington’s recent sketch on SNL and its larger repercussions on the future of African American women in Hollywood.
Nia Long and Harold Perrineau both feature in “The Best Man Holiday,” the sequel to the 1999 film “The Best Man.” Both films were written and directed by Malcolm D. Lee, also known for “Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins.”
The new comedy “The Best Man Holiday” is about a group of nine friends who reunite years after college for what is anything but a relaxing and peaceful holiday weekend. “Best Man Holiday” is a thoughtfully crafted film that addresses many of the complex questions which arise in adult relationships while maintaining a light and humorous tone.
Robert De Niro and a scene-stealing Mary Steenburgen star in "Last Vegas."