Crimson staff writer
Harper R. Oreck
Arts Vanity: Why 'Jennifer's Body' Should be in the American Film Institute's Top 100 Movies of the Last 100 Years
Sure, “Citizen Kane” is a perfectly good movie. Fine. But, as Jennifer would say, “move-on-dot-org, Needy, it’s over.” It’s “Jennifer’s Body”’s turn now.
While at times the litany of characters can be hard to track, “I Hate Suzie” is worth pausing for, even if it takes a moment to get your bearings.
“Grand Army” strives for no-looking-away realism throughout its first season, making the show at once mesmerizing and hard to watch.
From the book’s first line, LoTempio adeptly juxtaposes the reality of violence with its distortion in pop culture.
“Mrs. America” is impressively acted and designed. Its competence, however, can’t save it from the filmmakers’ alienating eagerness to find the likable qualities in Schlafly, ignoring the real damage she did.