Do we really need a whole new slate of films every year until the end of time?
The result is a film that is just as rich and entrancing as the original, in an entirely new way.
“The Dragon Prince” is no mere clone, but it shares much of its DNA with Ehasz’s previous work.
“Explained,” the weekly informational Netflix show produced by Vox Media, is both nothing new and an interesting development in the ever more varied field of television.
A more extensive concern is validated by the fact that Bo Burnham has spent the majority of his life performing and talking about performance.
With the exception of a few songs like “Stan” and “Lose Yourself,” the music was hardly the most memorable part of the evening—so much else was happening onstage, namely a mass of inessential elements that unnecessarily distracted from the show.
As the light faded and the rain came down on the crowd at Boston Calling’s Delta Blue Stage, Fleet Foxes brought a bit of natural beauty to Allston.
Perhaps the best way to think about White’s performance, however, is less as a set of songs and more as a nearly two-hour-long stream of almost unbroken guitar riffs and drum beats.
Starting off Saturday at Boston Calling with Leikeli47 was an excellent choice.
As frontman and vocalist Brandon Flowers repeated throughout their set, The Killers came to Boston Calling “by way of glamorous Las Vegas, Nevada,” and much of the glitz and showmanship that makes that city special came with them.
The National proved that their particular brand of contemplative tunes could very well be adapted for a live performance by bringing out the rock roots of their music.
One stand-out example of cinematography in 'The Shape of Water' is a sex scene that takes place in a room full of water.
Maybe his last film didn’t win Best Picture, but he’s still the youngest person ever to win Best Director! And why shouldn’t he be? After all, he went to Harvard.
Neuroaesthetics, an innovative but controversial new area of neuroscience research, has the potential to help us understand the ways our brain responds to art. But some remain skeptical of how much science can really tell us about aesthetic experiences. The Crimson surveys the state of the field on campus and beyond.
It can be hard for a show to recover from a major twist, and it’s hard to think of a more earth-shattering twist than the one that “The Good Place” revealed in its Season One finale.
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