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Gabriella M. Lombardo

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The Lighthouse Movie Trailer Breakdown

Movie Trailer Breakdown: ‘The Lighthouse’

Judging from the trailer, it’s Jules Verne, Hitchcock, “Moby-Dick,” and Shakespearean rage all rolled into one weird hypnotic ball of delicious mano a mano strife. ​​​​​​​

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A Wing of Her Own: ‘Women Take the Floor’ Opens at the MFA

At first glance, an undertaking of such scope seems far too big and broad to sequester in any one wing. But “Women Take the Floor” is a delightfully different mode of women-only display:

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What’s New on Netflix: May 2019

Netflix is freshening up for spring with an array of new and old films available to stream beginning May 1. In theme and content, these flicks run the gamut.


‘Bless This Mess’ Presents a Promising, If Slightly Formulaic, Pilot

In ABC’s new comedy, “Bless This Mess,” Lake Bell stars as Rio, an enthusiastic, Type-A therapist with an overbearing mother while Dax Shepard stars as her husband Mike, a music journalist who has inherited his great aunt’s Nebraska farm to which they move to.

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What the Hell Happened: Kanye’s Coachella Sunday Service — Or, the Apotheosis of Yeezus?

Alongside his reputation for discord, another note has always rung true with Kanye: his spirituality.

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Harvard Undergraduates Bring Pulitzer Prize-Winning Play, ‘The Diary of Anne Frank,’ To the Loeb

Director Gregory E. Lipson ’20 seeks to present an intimate picture of the Frank family’s two years of concealment in this eternally relevant and true story.

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‘High Life’ Traffics in the Taboo

Fusing the abject and the sublime with stunning sleights of hand, Denis crafts a unique vision of deep space in this deliciously disturbing must-see.


All-Female Cast to Present Comedy on the Latina Immigrant Experience, ‘Real Women Have Curves’

Director Bianca I. Rodriguez hopes the audience will come away with a deeply empathetic understanding of these characters and the Latinx experience at large.

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Netflix’s ‘Paris Is Us’ Takes You Down the Rabbit Hole

However stunning the film’s cinematography, Vogler severely dilutes it with a mélange of incomprehensible monologues.