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‘Lisa Frankenstein’ Review: An Unlikely, Unbelievable Tale of Death-Transcending Love

“Lisa Frankenstein” will linger long in the mind of its viewers. Its unanswered questions make for a mostly frustrating, but somewhat thrilling, film.

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‘Casablanca’ Retrospective: The Brattle Celebrates Love and Cinema

Out of all the theaters in all the world, “Casablanca” showed up in our local one, proving to audiences that it is a perfect watch for a Valentine’s Day date night.

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Arts List: Your Guide to the Best Contemporary Rom-Coms this February

A curated list of contemporary rom-coms you might find to be worthy of your time this Valentine’s, written by a certified rom-com connoisseur.

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‘Argylle’ Review: Flying Cats and Rhythms of Love

For the most part, “Argylle” is fun, with many over the top, heavily choreographed scenes that keep viewers craving similar antics.

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‘Out of Darkness’ Review: A Screen Left Better Unseen

Despite its creative camerawork, “Out of Darkness” mostly amounted to an unpleasant and frustrating watch.

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Harvard Launches Black Film Project With 2 Prizes To Support Independent Filmmakers

Harvard announced the launch of the Black Film Project on Thursday, a new initiative established within the Hutchins Center for African and African American Research to support filmmakers with a focus on Black history and culture.

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From Sundance: ‘Girls Will Be Girls’ Embraces the Awkward

“Girls Will Be Girls” looks girlhood straight in the eye, embracing every part of the mess that comes alongside it.

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Barry Keoghan Named Hasty Pudding Man of the Year

Academy Award-nominated Irish actor Barry Keoghan will be the Hasty Pudding Theatricals’ 2024 Man of the Year, according to a Friday announcement.

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Top 10 Films of 2023

The Crimson Arts Board presents its film favorites of 2023, from "Red, White & Royal Blue" to "Killers of the Flower Moon."

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‘The Boy and the Heron’ Review: Time, Birds, Death, and Life

“The Boy and the Heron” is the ultimate Miyazaki film, full of his signature color, magic, beauty, and sadness.

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Saltburn: The Pitfalls of an Aesthetic Movie

As a thing to watch, “Saltburn,” at the end of the day, is an aesthetic masterpiece.

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‘Blood Simple’ Retrospective: Coolidge Corner Celebrates $12.5 Million Renovation with ‘Big Screen Debuts’

In a theater with almost a century’s worth of screenings under its belt, what better “Big Screen Debut” to watch than that of Joel and Ethan Coen (a.k.a. the Coen Brothers)?

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‘Wish’ Review: A Quintessential Disney Movie

"Wish" lacks the full control of audiences’ heartstrings that Disney has become known for.

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‘Poor Things’ Review: A Weirdly Wonderful Modern Frankenstein

Lanthimos’s creative and incisive critique of the human condition in "Poor Things" deserves praise.

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Remembering Sunflower and Atika: Racism and Erasure in Disney’s ‘Fantasia’

After I searched for "Fantasia," I discovered a history of questionable representation, historical erasure, and the ever complicated issue of engaging with offensive media.