Crimson staff writer
Brady M. Connolly
A perfect mixture of grief and grubbing, this bottle episode stands out for its effortless execution of a rock-solid script to perfectly prepare the way for the rest of the season.
In a virtually flawless premiere teeming with new and intriguing family dynamics, masterfully written dialogue, and its trademark brand of searing comedy, “Succession” effectively sets the stage for what is bound to be a remarkable final season.
Disembodied fingers, a miniature donkey named Jenny, and a Catholic witch. These are just three of the outlandish entities that figure prominently in “The Banshees of Inisherin.”
Whether a reluctant theatergoer, a crazed fan, or somewhere in between, “Hamilton” is an exceptional artistic and educational experience that will win over the hearts of even the most skeptical attendees.
In its efforts to recount Lynsey’s return to normalcy, the film artfully captures the flurry of mixed emotions that may entail such an experience while occasionally administering too great a dose of dramatic embellishment.