Lanthimos’s creative and incisive critique of the human condition in "Poor Things" deserves praise.
With a focus on how different displaced communities of Koreans respond to their new circumstances, Yoon grapples with issues of violence, fatherhood, and alienation.
“Across the Spider-Verse” is a success in coloring Miles Morales’s world with more mature themes and characters while doubling down on the original's incredible animation and music.
In a performance that was both statuesque and sensual, Kali Uchis entertained a packed crowd of fans at MGM Music Hall at Fenway on May 10.
Following nearly 50 attempts to publish her work in magazines, Kaushik ultimately self-published — enabling her authentic, undistilled voice to shine through in her work.
In honor of the end of the semester, here is a selection of the Arts board's favorite comfort shows.
With different frames for every vibe, it can be hard to find one pair that goes with everything.
Critics should recognize the unique abilities of video games, especially as a means to elevate the entire artistic experience.
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.
From the outset, “Andor” strives to both illuminate a new side of the galaxy and to appeal to fans of George Lucas’s original film trilogy.
We’re Really Sorry About That Antisemitic Cartoon, Guys
Stop Apologizing for the Antisemitic Cartoon. It Isn’t Good Enough.
Harvard Business School Professor Sadun Resigns as Antisemitism Task Force Co-Chair
Harvard Plans $1.65 Billion Debt Financing Amid Donor Turmoil
Sadun Resigned Over Concern Harvard Wouldn’t Implement Antisemitism Task Force Recommendations