Asst. Arts Editor Isabella Dow discusses the compelling merits of social decorum through the lens of ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel.’
The comic mockumentary uses its unique brand of humor to elicit compelling, emotional responses from audiences that would not otherwise be expected.
Editor Isabella Dow discusses the meaning of television soundtracks, and song, in our daily lives.
Disney’s live-action take on the classic tale of Beauty and the Beast helps solidify Belle’s character, humanize the Beast, and bring the classic soundtrack into modernity.
Dr. Mary Malloy offered an insightful lecture into religious art and architecture at her lecture in McMullen Museum.
The pilot episode of new television series ‘Taken’ is less similar to the first movie and is more akin to ‘Taken 2’ and ‘Taken 3’ in terms of quality.
Showcasing everything from ballet to hip-hop and everything inbetween, DOBC’s ‘Shine’ was a testament to the eclectic abilities of BC’s dance organizations.
With songs “Drink Up” and “Play That Song,” Train encourages a positive and upbeat outlook on the world we live in and all the fun to be had.
‘I See You’ continues the success and artistry previously seen from The xx with emotion, drama, and mystery.
As citizens hope to become one of the lucky, the 3%, they are confronted with a violent and unforgiving reality that they will live in squalor in Netflix’s dystopian thriller.