The film’s modulated softness, its moments of quiet heartfelt sorrow, are testaments to a feminism that rejects political anger in order to embrace sisterly compassion.
The Report reminds us that elections can have consequences — after the Republicans take control of the Senate during the Obama era, the Senators who are asking the tough questions are either out of office or in the minority.
George MacKay’s astonishing turn lifts 1917 from pyrotechnical marvel to a shattering emotional experience.
We are seeing some very fine horror these days. You can’t throw a (fire) stick without having it land in some rotting corpse, a spooky cave, or in a serial killer’s cup of coffee.
If this collection has one failing, it is its attempt to make Flannery O’Connor into something she was not: “woke.”
Following the stories of these unique, gifted, and sadly overlooked individuals can be as gripping as the music they made together.
Milo Miles tests a long-held theory: that critic comments on why entries made it onto lists have little or nothing to do with whether readers track down and listen to the selected music.
In Fabric is a mesh of black comedy, horror, and art house psychedelia. I found it wildly original.
Trumpeter Jack Sheldon will be missed for much more than his musical output would account for.
The Arts Fuse Mentorship Program invites high school students from diverse backgrounds (in this go around from Somerville High School) to team-up with Arts Fuse critics.