Crimson staff writer
Hannah T. Chew
The production is a supposedly “safe” choice, but a choice that feels reactionary and conservative in a moment where innovation or significant reinvention is possible.
I am an avid watcher of music award show performances. No, not music award shows, specifically music award show performances.
With her debut novel “The Idiot” having been crowned a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize in Fiction, Elif Batuman set towering expectations for the sequel “Either/Or.”
While Seyfried proves to be a phenomenal actress, “A Mouthful of Air” is underdeveloped in every aspect from storyline to character development, failing in its sincere attempt to raise awareness of postpartum depression.
From the 1997 film “Batman and Robin” to the Lego Batman in recent years, Batman films are notoriously polarizing.