Case for Best Picture: 'All Quiet on the Western Front'
To say that “All Quiet on the Western Front” is an anti-war film would do it a disservice. It is a war film in the fullest sense of the word.
The Marvel Movie Crash of 2023
To say Marvel movies are dead would be an overstatement. To say, at their current rate, that Marvel movies are dying, would not.
‘At Midnight Review’: A Rom-Com Like The Rest
Director Jonah Feingold attempts to bring his vision of a heartwarming meet-cute to life in his second romantic comedy film “At Midnight."
“Cocaine Bear” Review: An Up to Snuff Blockbuster Revival
While “Cocaine Bear” does not carry the same weight as a Spielberg narrative, it transforms what could be a one-note concept into something wholly itself.
‘Of an Age’ Review: A Narratively and Visually Compelling Queer Romance
“Of an Age” is an Australian gay coming of age story from Director Goran Stolevski, only the second feature length film of his career.
“Brokeback Mountain” Review: If You Enjoy Films About Queer Misery, This Movie Is For You
Jake Gyllenhaal is Jack Twist and Heath Ledger is Ennis Del Mar, a couple of sheepherders whose work on Brokeback Mountain leads to a beautiful and heart-wrenching romance that develops between them — or so I was led to believe.
‘Marlowe’ Review: Aged Action Star Takes on Extra-Lurid Noir Underworld
Philip Marlowe is back on the big screen for the first time since the 1970s, this time in the concisely titled “Marlowe,” directed by Neil Jordan.
‘Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania’ Review: A Quantum Failure
For a film starting off Phase Five of movie releases of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania” is a letdown.
‘Your Place or Mine’ Review: A Cute Movie That Tries Too Hard
Disappointingly, the movie falls into a number of overdone storytelling cliches and fails to give space for watchers to form a connection with the movie.
Roundtable: Alison Brie and Dave Franco on their New Film “Somebody I Used to Know”
The Harvard Crimson attended discussions with Dave Franco, Alison Brie, and Jay Ellis to discuss upcoming film “Somebody I Used to Know.”
‘You People’ Review: Big Budget and Big Swings
While “You People” makes an earnest attempt to connect with audiences, it muddles the many nuances of cross-cultural families.
The Crimson Considers: The 2023 Oscar Nominees
The Crimson watched the announcement of the nominees on Jan. 24 with interest and hopes — some of which were met, and some of which were dashed.
Damien Chazelle ’07 on His New Movie ‘Babylon’ and His Experience Studying Film at Harvard
The Harvard Crimson interviewed Damien Chazelle ahead of the release of “Babylon,” discussing his inspiration for the story as well as his experience studying film at Harvard.
‘Puss in Boots: The Last Wish’ Review: A Surprisingly Deep Animated Adventure
Rollicking and surprisingly moving, “Puss in Boots: The Last Wish” offers a sincere ode to living mindfully that will resonate with audiences of all ages.
Top 10 Films of 2022
The Crimson Arts Board presents its favorite films of the year, from "Tár" to "Marcel the Shell With Shoes On."