"The Iron Lady" herself shines as Streep gives another masterful career performance, but the rest of the action waffles uncertainly.
British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher (Meryl Streep) confers with her cabinet ministers in the biographical film, “The Iron Lady,” directed by Phyllida Lloyd.
Former intelligence officer Jim Prideaux (Mark Strong) readies his gun in the dramatic conclusion of Tomas Alfredson’s film adaptation of “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy.”
"Beauty and the Beast 3D" does justice to the original 2D form by enhancing the original 1991 film.
Many students stake their education on the assumption that creativity can be taught, but the potential of arts education to form talented artists remains open for debate.
Although “Wandaleria” isn’t quite as novel as one might hope, this is overcome by fantastic performances by the cast.
The Boston Ballet gives students a sneak peak of "Play With Fire"
Instead of striking a balance between realistic animation and an idealistic plot, "The Adventures of Tintin" falters from age.
While Michael Fassbender gives a five-star performance, the lack of a compelling emotional journey stands as the greatest flaw of "Shame."
Henry Louis Gates Jr. (middle) and Alejandro de la Fuente (right) listen attentively as curator Elio Rodriguez (left) talks about his experience as a multimedia artist in both Havana, Cuba and Spain.
For six months, the students of the Harvard Ceramics Program constructed a nine-piece mural to decorate the bare walls of a local hospital. On Wednesday night, the artists and their friends gathered to admire the recently-installed work.