In order for a satire to succeed, it must blur the line between exaggeration and reality. The reader, or in
This summer proved to be chockedfull of some wonderful filmmaking. By the same token, it had some real losers. Below
I n a reprise of her real-life cross-racial relationship with Ted Danson, Whoopi Goldberg stars "Corrina, Corrina" as the yin
F rom pornographic violence to the outright bizarre to crazy gimmicks, the "Renegade Cinema of Doris Wishman," opening tomorrow at
E lizabeth Bishop, one of my favorite poets, wrote a poem which has been my lesson for the summer. It's
T he Brattle Theatre serves up a Sunday Mike Nichols duo, "The Graduate" and "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" along
A serious and touching British drama, Richard Loncraine's "The Wedding Gift" employs some of England's most talented actors and actresses.
Jack Ryan is back, he's mad and he's fighting singly-handedly for truth, justice and the American Way. In essence, he's
As one "outraged" Harvard student of the Class of 1995 put it, the "liberal Hollywood connection is at work again."
Barcelona Directed by Whit Stillman '73 At local theaters Opens today Whit Stillman '73 is best known for his small
It Could Happen to You Directed by Andrew Bergman At local theaters Opens today Could it happen to you? Possibly.
1954 ...Dior's A-line dress has swept Europe and the United States, charm bracelets are in and the precursor to the
W hat exactly is the Blues? To a neophyte Blues listener like me, this seems like a legitimate question. When
On June 25, the Harvard University Dining Services officially moved their Purchasing, Retail Operations and Director's offices to their new
Bemoaning the dearth of interesting Literature and Arts cores? Never fear. Six additional core courses will be offered this year,