Cody’s script is mining laughs from the faux-pas traded between 20-somethings who care about going green and a child of the ’60s who’d rather be smoking it.
You don’t watch it, you ride it.
The beauty of these films isn’t always what they say—it’s how they sing.
It’s no leap to say that the conversations we’re having now about sexism and gender representation—in art and in life—are growing perpetually louder. So when we look back at Sam Peckinpah, who directed masculine-minded genre pictures defined by their resolutely cruel tone, we look with a microscope: Was he getting off on the explicit violence? […]
When we asked if he was concerned he’d been seen as an actor-first, musician-second, he (no hesitation) compared himself to Drake.
As David Letterman prepares to disconnect from the Late Show with David Letterman, we bid farewell to TV’s biggest game changer.
Your votes for Boston’s best of the best have been tallied and assembled to bask in their glory. Congrats to all the winners.
SEL alum J.P. Sniadecki utilized his time spent absorbing train life in China to create The Iron Ministry, his latest work being shown this weekend at Harvard.
Unsuspecting 50 Shades of Grey viewers undergo life affirming interviews
Director Shahram Mokri will appear at the Museum of Fine Arts this Saturday, January 17 to present his unique blend of horror, comedy, existentialism, and experimental film, Fish & Cat. As fans of the film, we reached out to Mokri to discuss his film, the world of Iranian cinema and the role of horror within it, and many other […]