Wielding only Photoshop and Illustrator, students in professor Karl Baden film studio art course pieced together compelling critiques of media entities from ‘The Bachelor’ to ‘Mr. Bean.’
“We don’t know what the game plan is but we know who our caller is,” Sarah said.
The passion shown in the Musical Theatre Wings various cabaret performance cannot be replicated in any other artform as performers bodies and minds skillfully pivoted around modes of emotional presentation.
Intriguing visuals in Kygo’s ‘It Ain’t Me’ music video, though engaging, ultimately do not yield any sense of fluidity or purposefulness.
John Mayer’s ‘The Search for Everything’ contains all the bluesy, thoughtful, and rolling sounds fans have been accustomed to over the years. Despite this Mayer still finds ways to innovate slightly and infect our heads with his lyricism.
“Humble,” a new music video by Kendrick Lamar, seems to shoot too high, leaving the artist falling flat.
Art House, Cashmere Cat, and The Chainsmokers all have new singles this week.
“Maybe next year at BC we can give up fossil fuels for lent,” O’Malley said.
‘Smurfs: The Lost Village’ looks to characterize the woes of the sole female smurf; Smurfette. Emboldened in a quest for self-realization, Smurfette embarks on a battle of wills in epic fashion.
In an off-putting display of seduction, Pitbull’s latest music video for ‘Options’ attests that the artist is out of them as he puts on an uncomfortable mix of antiquated swagger and reggae.