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Attendees of a screening of "Gone Girl" discuss gender roles in the film at an event hosted by the Office of Sexual Assault Prevention & Response (OSAPR) on Wednesday, Feb. 18. The event was the first of a series of screenings hosted by OSAPR.
“Red Army” succeeds as an insightful history lesson on the symbolic and ideological conflict embodied by the hockey games that occurred during this time. What separates this political documentary from others is its deeply passionate portrayal of the men behind the Soviet success.
A Russian drama manages both to be entirely imbued in cliché and to provide singularly beautiful images.
Actress Joan Chen sits down with The Crimson to discuss her career, film, and speaking at the Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations conference this upcoming Monday.
Though the Wachowskis may yet release a movie that rivals their previous filmography in complexity and mesmerism, “Jupiter Ascending” is an unoriginal attempt to release a more palatable film, which, to Wachowski fans, may be the hardest part to stomach.
“Black or White,” written and directed by Mike Binder and funded by Costner, pairs this genuine humanism with a multitude of storylines and archetypal Hollywood elements, and the film ultimately suffers.
The discussion, which was hosted by University Professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr., followed a free screening of the film at the AMC Assembly Row in Somerville.
Anna Kendrick plays the role of Cinderella in the upcoming film "Into the Woods." Chris Pine plays her Prince.
The Crimson interviews Anna Kendrick and Chris Pine about their upcoming film, "Into the Woods."