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‘Last Flag Flying’ Has True Intention But Faulty Execution

Linklater does well to evoke outrage with a whipping reminder that the American government can simultaneously have its people’s best and worst interests in mind.

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del Toro Recaptures His Magic in ‘The Shape of Water’

One stand-out example of cinematography in 'The Shape of Water' is a sex scene that takes place in a room full of water.

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Greta Gerwig On Why We Need Women in Film

“This year has been an amazing year for women in film,” Greta Gerwig says.

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Arts Vanity: So You Want to be Damien Chazelle

Maybe his last film didn’t win Best Picture, but he’s still the youngest person ever to win Best Director! And why shouldn’t he be? After all, he went to Harvard.

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Harvard Film Archive Releases Winter Production Schedule

The films encompass a diversity of genres, including a holiday show and other seasonal films, foreign dramas, and experimental documentaries.

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‘Coco’ a Vibrant, Detailed, Rich Experience

“Coco,” the latest addition to Pixar’s incredible repertoire, once again combines powerful storytelling, attention to detail, and technical mastery to deliver a memorable movie experience.

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‘Thor: Ragnarok’ A Fun New Direction for the Marvel Cinematic Universe

The critical and financial success of “Thor: Ragnarok”, which is 93% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes and has garnered $121 million domestically in its opening weekend, proves that a new studio philosophy of greater directorial liberty and creative control will please critics and regular moviegoers alike.

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'Lady Bird' Proves That Teen Dramas Can Be Art, Too

Lady Bird’s love-hate relationship with her hometown is not unique, because everything is a love-hate relationship when you’re an emotionally volatile teenager.

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No More, America

Ashley M. LaLonde ‘20 stars as Phillis Wheatley, an enslaved 21 year old, soon-to-be acclaimed poet in the film, No More, America.

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“The Square” an Ego-Squaring Experience

Winner of the Palme D’Or at the Cannes Film Festival, “The Square” is a super-smart satire that skewers the contemporary art scene, calls out champagne socialists and shames all of our egos.