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The Equalizer
Film

The Equalizer

Denzel Washington stars in "The Equalizer."

The Equalizer
Film

Denzel Washington's 'Equalizer'

If you can overlook its decidedly clichéd aspects, “The Equalizer” is an entertaining film that is brilliantly gratuitous in violence and even wanders briefly into the profound thanks to the steady hand of Denzel Washington.

William Friedkim
On Campus

William Friedkim

Boxtrolls
Film

Boxtrolls

Eggs (Isaac Hempstead-Wright) stars in "The Boxtrolls."

Boxtrolls
Film

'The Boxtrolls' Stands Out

“The Boxtrolls” is more than a creatively-animated movie with silly cheese puns: it’s a story about the danger of group mentality, corruption of the elite, persecution, and self-acceptance.

Love Thy Nature
Film

Love Thy Nature

"Love Thy Nature" explores the depth of human connection with nature and how climate change is the result of a disconnect between the two.

Love Thy Nature
Film

Renewed Perspectives in 'Love Thy Nature'

"Love Thy Nature" is a nature documentary narrated by Liam Neeson premiering in Boston on Sept. 28.

A Walk
Film

A Walk

Liam Neeson stars in "A Walk Among the Tombstones."

A Walk
Film

A Violent 'Walk Among the Tombstones'

“A Walk Among the Tombstones” doesn’t provide any genre innovations, but its grit, sophisticated storytelling, and ambiance of the past are exhilarating.

Runner
Film

Runner

Dylan O'Brien stars in "The Maze Runner."

Runner
Film

Two Sides to 'The Maze Runner'

"The Maze Runner" is an intriguing version of a narrative that permeates the contemporary box office, one that doesn’t have to sacrifice an imagination of a cooperative community for the sake of sensationalist, individual heroism.

Skeleton Twins
Film

Skeleton Twins

Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader star in "The Skeleton Twins."

Skeleton Twins
Film

"Skeleton Twins" Both Grim and Comedic

There are a lot of dissonant notes in “The Skeleton Twins,” but at some point the film, like its troubled characters, does begin to achieve a difficult harmony. Johnson’s suggests how, by sharing our burdens in mutual sympathy and good humor, we just may have the chance to keep each other afloat.

Ali M. Monfre '16
Endpaper

Procrastination, On Demand

I have a confession to make. It might, perchance, be conceivably possible that I have potentially developed a slight dependence upon the product known as Netflix. To be clear, I tell you this only because I fear for your safety and well-being. I divulge this story in the hopes that it will make you aware of the fate already befalling you; perhaps then you will be better equipped to handle the consequences.

Film

Fall TV Preview

Catch this fall's hottest television premieres, from new episodes of "Bob's Burgers" to the finale of "Parks and Recreation" after seven years.

Divest Harvard Assembles
Scrutiny

Arrested Divestment

Echelman string sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art

Boxes
Columns

ISIL is Not the End of the World

Difficulty Defining
Columns

The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty