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‘Succession’ Season Four Premiere Review: Sundays Are For The Roys
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.
The Crimson's 2023 Oscar Coverage
The Crimson Covers the 95th Academy Awards.
2023 Oscars: Who Will Win and Who Should Win
The Oscars are less than a week away and everyone is making their best predictions about who will take home the top prizes. Two Crimson writers weigh in with their insight.
Case for Best Picture: 'The Banshees of Inisherin'
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.”
Hasty Pudding Crowns Bob Odenkirk Man of the Year
The roast was not completely one-sided, however, as Odenkirk was able to sneak in a few jabs at Harvard during his comedic acceptance speech.
‘Hamilton’ Review: A Contemporary Classic Dazzles in Boston
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.
Arts Vanity: The Boston Common AMC Is The Moment
This megaplex movie theater is the closest thing you will find to heaven on the streets of Boston.
‘Causeway’ Review: A Resonant Portrait of Trauma and Transitions
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.
‘Dead to Me’ Season Three Premiere Review: An Unusually Calm Start
Despite the unsurprisingly strong performances from two actors who have inhabited their roles for quite some time, the rest of the premiere falls flat.
‘Tár’ Review: A Triumph of Modern Storytelling
Thanks to its captivating lead performance, beautiful sound design and cinematography, and unique self-assuredness, “Tár” sets itself apart as a nearly perfect film.
‘Amsterdam’ Review: Stargazing, and Not Much Else
Abandoning the swaggering style of “American Hustle” and the understated beauty of “Silver Linings Playbook,” Russell instead opts for a true-story crime caper with uneven humor and questionable logic.
‘Bros’ Review: Just Your Average Bromance
While the film is notable for being one of the first gay romantic comedies from a major studio, its boundary-breaking nature cannot make up for what it lacks in the way of consistent humor and strong performances.
‘Abbott Elementary’ Review: A Strong Start for Season Two
"Abbott Elementary" creator Quinta Brunson expertly demonstrates that there is still plenty of life left in the sitcom genre thanks to creators daring enough to approach it with a unique perspective and cohesive vision.
The Best Losers of the 2022 Emmys
With the Emmys’ tendency to favor the same actors year after year, it is even more important to remember the many deserving contenders who went home empty-handed. Below are six such losers whose performances were among the year’s best.
Stars On Ice Review: Figure Skating Experts Dazzle in Boston
With a mix of both individual, pair, and group performances, the show was a theatrical spectacle of bright lights, mash-ups of hit songs, and mystifying on-ice stunts.
Harvard College Accepts 3.41% of Applicants to Class of 2027
Citing Harvard’s Title IX ‘Failure’ in Comaroff Controversy, Former Anthro Chair to Depart Harvard for CUNY
Phi Beta Kappa Elects ‘Junior 24’ from Class of 2024
Jokes That Aren’t Funny: Racism and Harassment in Student Traditions
Harvard Students Occupy University Hall to Protest Harassment Policies, Comaroff’s Continued Employment