On the second day of the 24th Annual Arts Festival, student poets sat out on Stokes Lawn and awaited passersby to request free poems.
‘The Lost City’ Disappoints with Painfully Unfunny Dialogue and Cliché Plot￼
Instead of being a funny romantic comedy, ‘The Lost City’ disappoints viewers with a cheesy storyline and cringeworthy dialogue.
‘Pieces of Her’ Sinks With Confusing Characters and Plot Holes
‘Pieces of Her’ under-delivers on engaging the audience, despite strong acting from cast.
‘Drive My Car’ Demands Patience With Slow-Paced Exploration of Characters
‘Drive My Car’ moves slowly as it fails to indulge in the complexities of each character.
‘The Worst Person in the World’ Captures Existential Crises of Youth
‘The Worst Person in the World’ decidedly explores the obstacles of youth and stunted temperament.
Eddie Vedder’s ‘Earthling’ Offers a Jumble of Perfect Road Trip Tunes
Eddie Vedder releases his new album, ‘Earthling’, experimenting with a range of reflective themes.
‘Euphoria’ Captivates With its Creativity Despite Mishandling Character Development
Although stunning visually and ambitious in plot, ‘Euphoria’ fails to give all characters development.
Wes Anderson Returns with Droll Stories and All-Star Cast
‘The French Dispatch’ offers dry humor, quick wit, and sensational action through a series of short stories tied together by a magazine’s final issue.
Author Dina Nayeri Examines the Refugee Crisis
As the third speaker of the Lowell Humanities Series at Boston College, Nayeri delved into the challenges of resettlement and discussed her book, ‘The Ungrateful Refugee.’