This movie chronicles Venus and Serena Williams’ days before world fame, during which their father Richard foretold their destiny for greatness.
‘Dune’ Recreates 1965 Sci-Fi Adventure on a Modern Scale
Director Villeneuve’s recreation of the 1965 novel by Frank Herbert is filled with captivating performances and stunning backgrounds.
Scott and Keshi Open for LANY’s ‘gg bb xx’ Tour
Energetic performances by Jake Scott and Keshi entertained the devoted attendees of LANY’s recent concert at Boston University’s Agganis Arena.
‘Shang-Chi’ Deftly Symbolizes Development Through Action
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings could have easily been a lower budget, half-baked attempt at diversity sprung up to take advantage of America’s recent fascination with Asian media. In a surprising turn of events, the film’s gripping fight scenes, thoughtful character design, and electric soundtrack actually make it one of Marvel’s most…
Kang: Making a Case for Cultural Significance
Assistant arts editor Alicia Kang explores the difference between movies with all-Asian casts and movies of cultural significance.
Dancers Perform Despite Showdown Cancellation
After the cancellation of a hybrid Showdown, dance groups were able to use hour-long sessions in Conte Forum to practice and perform.
‘The Way of the Househusband’ Charms With Silly Gags
This Netflix anime showcases a former yakuza boss who settles down and becomes a proud house husband.
Netflix Director Delves into Isabella Stewart Gardner Heist
Director Colin Barnicle explores the world of art theft in his docuseries, ‘This Is a Robbery: The World’s Biggest Art Heist.’
Showdown 2021: Dance Groups Step Up Despite Pandemic
Dance groups have started preparing for ALC Showdown, planned for April 25, as they adapt to a virtual format.
Nate Bargatze Shines in ‘The Greatest Average American’
Comedian Nate Bargatze amuses audiences during a pandemic through his dry humor and deadpan jokes.