Crimson staff writer
Nina M. Foster
“The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” followed the blueprint of its Marvel movie predecessors. Adaptations of the trademark Marvel structure work for a reason, beloved by fans who keep coming back.
Upbeat percussion makes “You Stupid Bitch” a good song for dancing and pretending that you’re the main character in a coming-of-age indie film. But when the well-rounded accompaniment is set aside, the lyrics fall short.
Listeners are likely to find themselves behind the wheel with tears streaming down their faces, belting out the lyrics to Olivia Rodrigo's "drivers license."
Our cultural infatuation with — and repetition of — the term “character” will become infinitely more noticeable after reading Marjorie Garber’s “Character: The History of a Cultural Obsession.”
To provide aid during a difficult time, Rosie O’Donnell, a comedian, actress, and author, brought back her 25-time Emmy Award-winning “The Rosie O’Donnell Show” for one night only.
Demi Lovato’s latest release, “I Love Me,” is a powerful testament against the judgement that she has endured from both the media and her own inner critic.
Museumgoers were buzzing with excitement on Mar. 8 for the International Women’s Day celebration at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" delivers a classic combination of tense police business, fast-paced comedy, and touching moments in a premiere that bodes well for the rest of the season.