Chock-full of Biblical allusions and references to Lil Nas X’s own sexual experiences with a man, the song and accompanying music video seem designed to elicit religious conservative outrage.
It hits all the right marks — the cinematography is stunning, the acting is superb, the script sparse but beautiful. But ultimately, its emotional core leaves viewers unfulfilled.
Fleming's awkwardness is so intense that it twists back around into confidence.
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A soft plucky guitar fills the speakers. After a moment, it’s replaced by a rush of wind, accompanied by birdsong. “Thanks for choosing to be here,” proclaims the screen. “Hold onto your butts.”
The whole of “Horsepower” is shot through with a strange, buzzing nostalgia.
In the midst of immense global uncertainty, “Calvin and Hobbes” remains terrifying — and strangely reassuring.
Tom Rogers ’84 came into his senior year of high school thinking he wanted to be a physicist. Now, after a nine-year stint as a staff writer for Disney animated television, he has a Daytime Emmy to his name for “Elena of Avalor,” a book titled “Eleven,” and a whole host of awards for his various movies.
Anyone wishing to be informed on gay life in Washington, D.C. and the seemingly endless deluge of court cases for gay rights in America should look no further. The rest should proceed with an open mind.
One minute into the “Ammonite” trailer and any person lucky enough to have watched “Portrait” and still have a working brain may wonder if they haven’t seen something like this before.
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