"The Lego Movie", voiced by a star-studded cast, evokes nostalgia and brings on plenty of laughs in one of the year's best animated films.
The 140th Guard Arts Chairs, Petey E. Menz '15 and Austin Siegemund-Broka '14, reflect on the publication, the year, and Arts's first annual Year In Review special issue.
“Dallas Buyers Club” is a wonderfully complete historical drama and a great film, but it struggles with some lazy stylistic choices and dull scenes. However, these scenes are few and far between—they are minor setbacks in an admirably told underdog story.
Ridley Scott's latest effort “The Counselor” centers on a lawyer who becomes entangled with a pair of eccentric drug dealers and their colleagues. It is a grossly stylish thriller that makes up for story deficiencies with its visuals, dialogue, and performances.
An interactive listing of events for this weekend's Arts First festival.
Crimson arts editor Austin Siegemund-Broka explains his choice for the Best Supporting Actor Academy Award.
Just because these Frankenstein's monsters shouldn't happen doesn't mean that they won't.
Auerbach knows his way around an electric guitar, and stellar musicianship like this powered the Keys’ Mar. 7 show at TD Garden.
That the album avoids bloated overindulgence is miraculous. Surprisingly, though, its only weak spot is an element of restrictive simplicity. Björk’s lyrics and sonic architecture almost align in a titanic vision for “Biophilia,” but the album’s stylistically constrained instrumental strategy stunts that conceptual richness.
The album marries an even, computerized feel with genres as disparate as disco’s flair and Spaghetti Western scores. Their breadth makes for a fresh and offbeat production, but consistent elements in their songwriting keep the album from feeling like an unfocused jumble.
VES visiting lecturer and former Harvard student Jeff T. Sheng marries art with BGLTQ activism.
With a stark instrumental palette and a penchant for cultivating restlessness, “Lenses Alien” binds together chaos and cohesiveness in a brilliantly charged opus.
Leonardo da Vinci famously mastered both art and science, blending them in some of his greatest innovations—but he was far ...