If life gives you lemons, screenwriter Will Reiser has some advice for you: keep those lemons fermenting for seven years, make lemonade, and then hire Seth Rogen to sell it. Of course, for Reiser, these lemons came in the form of advanced spinal cancer.
Band releases literary newspaper to accompany new album
Betty Anne Waters believes her brother would be proud of "Conviction." “Kenny would be so excited right now,” Waters states. “Kenny would be king. He would be thrilled. He would have loved this movie.”
Filled with ten inappropriately long tracks with the same slow, uneventful ennui, “Interpol” blurs together into a 45 minute-long, painful let-down.
Although “Yes Yes Yes” is Elsinore’s second album, they have offered such a major shift in style that this might as well be their debut.
On Sunday all three artists proved incapable of consistently commanding attention, leaving this year’s Yardfest to be a rather stale and second-rate affair.
According to Danish director Henrik Genz, “We can’t get what we want. And we have to be happy with what we can get.” In his new film, “Terribly Happy,” Genz manifests these sentiments in a story that—unsurprisingly, given its title—is fairly dark.
As Green says, if you are going to see “Frozen,” be ready for a “psychological mind-fuck of a movie.”
The first rule of Fight Club is you don’t talk about Fight Club. But that’s not stopping Professor Richard Wrangham. The biological anthropology professor and co-author of “Demonic Males: Apes and the Origins of Human Violence,” will be appearing at the Coolidge Corner Theatre on February 8th to discuss the 1999 David Fincher film as part of the theater’s ongoing series, “Science on Screen.”
Student performances of Grease, Bat Boy, and Shulamis
Despite being an entirely Spanish-language production, TEATRO hopes that “Jardín” will create an aesthetic that transcends the limits of language.
A handful of students discussed human psychology and neurobiology with professors yesterday at the Harvard Society for Mind, Brain and Behavior’s biweekly “CommuniTea” event in Emerson Hall.