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The Gargantuan World of ‘Arrietty’

Thus, “Arrietty” offers its audience an entertaining story populated by likeable characters and an over-arching theme of friendship that will appeal especially to young viewers.

Film

‘Rampart’ Explores Crime in L.A.

Through a believable acting performance by Harrelson coupled with a satisfyingly complex script, “Rampart” serves as an interesting intellectual exercise yet stops short of being an emotional masterpiece.

Film

Mediocre ‘War’ Fights Losing Battle

'This Means War' provides one good character and a jumbled-up spy thriller plot that thrills no one.

Theater

'Medea' Actors Overcome Poor Direction

While the show boasts a strong cast and innovative set design, Gammons’ ultimately muddies his own message with imprecise directing in some of the plays most crucial scenes.

Theater

Jim Petosa Takes the Reins at NRT

Director of the College of Fine Arts at Boston University to become artistic director of one of Boston's most important theaters.

Arts

Speak Out for Love

Film

‘The Artist’ to Ascend to Academy Glory

'The Artist' will capture the lion's share of awards at the Oscars on Sunday, but 'Senna' and 'Of Gods and Men' deserve recognition as well.

Black Arts Panel
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Black Arts Panel

The four panelists present at Saturday's Black Arts Panel discuss the significance of educational resources, particularly the arts as a medium for learning.

Arts

Keeping It Classy

The veiled disdain artistic people once had for those who chose more lucrative paths has been replaced by hostility. As a junior in the thick of the summer job search frenzy, I am acutely aware of the contempt the self-appointed “artsy elite” have for those seeking lucrative internships. I have heard the terms “soul-seller,” “sell-out,” and several which The Crimson could not print applied to people aiming at more conventionally remunerative careers.

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Rupert Cadell, played by Jacob Brandt '14, discovers the dangerous truth about his two hosts after finding an incriminating piece of evidence.

Film

'Kevin' an Incomplete Horror Film

"We Need to Talk About Kevin" features two noteworthy performances, but does not delve deeper into psychological motivation.

Film

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Eva (Tilda Swinton) ponders the nature of her sociopathic child Kevin (Ezra Miller) in Lynne Ramsay’s adaptation of Lionel Shriver’s novel “We Need to Talk About Kevin.”

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Sex

Laid Bare

There is an impressive amount of art about sex at Harvard but much of it remains unseen.

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