What makes “Hail, Caesar!” more than a well-made tribute, however, is the underlying coherence of concept explored in the story: the obsession with the perfection of human circumstances.
Hasty Pudding member David A. Sheynberg '16 jumps into the arms of actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt at the Hasty Pudding Man of the Year celebration Friday evening.
Despite its emotive cinematography, “Mojave” ultimately falters due to an overwrought screenplay and mostly ineffectual acting.
Ryan O’Neal and Ali MacGraw, co-stars of the 1970 film “Love Story,” applaud during their discussion in Kirkland House. The event marked their first return to Harvard in over forty years.
Ryan O'Neal and Ali MacGraw, co-stars of the 1970 film “Love Story,” get situated in the Kirkland Senior Common Room in preparation for an interview. The preceding discussion in Kirkland House marked their first return to Harvard in over forty years.
How long is Jude D. “Jude D.” Russo going to wear us out with these cheeky but vapid diatribes? His most recent vanity piece, “How to Write a Jude D. Russo Review,” is the worst kind of self-fondling garbage and hopefully will mark an end of a justly uncelebrated career.
It airs on Disney XD, but this is not just a children’s show.
The Crimson Arts Board evaluates the top 10 films of 2015, as decided by our annual survey.
The Crimson Arts board lauds the top 10 albums of 2015, based on our college-wide survey.
Jude D. Russo has an existential meltdown over "Wings of Desire," Wim Wenders's masterwork.
Julie Taymor (left), a renowned theater, opera, and film director, discussed her career path in the arts with Deborah Borda during “The Creative Class: A Conversation with Julie Taymor,” which took place at the Charles Hotel last Friday afternoon.
Last Friday at the Charles Hotel, "The Lion King" and "Across the Universe" director Julie Taymor spoke about her own work in theater and film, the political power of the arts, and the challenges facing women in arts leadership.
"Experimenter," Michael Almereyda's film about the psychologist Stanley Milgram, manages to be something truly rare: a biopic with a soul as quirky and compelling as its protagonist.