A grand cinematic experience with a tepid storyline
The brilliantly imagined world of Pandora brought to life through its visual effects makes Avatar a movie that is meant to be experienced on the biggest of screens in IMAX 3D.
‘The Art of the Brick’ transports us into a whole new art world of LEGO
Nathan Sawaya erases the boundaries between art and engineering through his renditions of famous artworks using LEGO bricks. This exhibition not only introduces you to a new kind of art but also kindles a passion to create art using LEGOs, waking up the “Nathan Sawaya” inside of you!
A perfect blend of action and folklore rooted in Indian culture
‘Kantara’ captivates the audience with its gripping screenplay, mythological backdrop, and a perfect blend of action and folklore, emphasizing the interconnections between humans and Mother Nature.
The perfect treat for Boston’s summer
Despite my initial skepticism, I ended up loving all of the newly released flavors.
New ‘Fantastic Beasts’ better than its predecessor but suffers from predictability
While the movie promises to be a thriller, Harry Potter fans will find the plot predictable.
Imagine Van Gogh takes us beyond our imaginations and allows us to live out the paintings
Despite thinking, “It’s too beautiful for me to dare paint it or form an idea about it,” Van Gogh brought nature to life on a canvas which was in turn projected to transport the audience to Van Gogh’s world.
Magic lies within us
‘Encanto’ captivates the audience with its beautiful visuals, emotional songs, and empowering story, showing that magic is created when a family stays together and not when one is merely imbued with special gifts.
Graduate Student Council Advocacy Subcommittee presents recommendations for 2021–2022 stipend rates to Deans’ Council
The committee deemed these recommendations feasible and well-justified when combined with substantial optimism over “increased federal research funding and the outlook for returning to a new normal over the coming months.”
President Reif announces big picture plans for Summer and Fall 2021
Reif expressed confidence in the “basic framework” of this plan but recognized the associated uncertainties with the expectation that working arrangements “will be different in important ways.”
New Institute commitments website presents MIT’s efforts toward fairness and equity
The website details steps taken as part of these efforts and labels them according to their progress.
A moving undercover thriller based on true events
‘Judas and the Black Messiah’ leaves us thinking about what could have been had Chairman Fred Hampton of the Black Panther Party been alive today.
MIT Libraries update service policy for fall
MIT Libraries also began delivering and providing contactless pickup of physical items such as MIT-owned books and other media Sept. 28.
City of Cambridge requires all residents over age of five to wear face coverings in public places, businesses, common areas of residential buildings
Regardless of pod affiliation or physical distancing, students living on campus are required to wear face coverings in “all outdoor common areas, including walkways, courtyards and roof decks.”
A breezy mystery that strikes home the importance of finding one’s own path
You get more than one mystery to solve in Enola Holmes when the younger sister of Sherlock and Mycroft sets out in search of her missing mother. The game is indeed afoot!
A legendary tale retold in a much more serious tone
The legendary tale of a girl who fights in the army disguised as a man is retold in the live-action adaptation of Mulan. Although the remake differs significantly from the original, it successfully strikes home the message that a woman can bring honor to her family through means other than marriage.
A nefariously brilliant crime thriller of old times
When a young man’s seemingly innocuous avocation of following strangers turns into a dangerous obsession, he gets into deep, deep trouble. Following is Nolan’s first, yet undoubtedly one of his best thrillers ever.
An interview with John David Washington on ‘Tenet,’ a film that couldn’t have been more ‘Nolan’-ized
Tenet is quite literally a time-bending journey to stop a Russian oligarch from using technology that could lead to apocalyptic consequences.
An edge-of-the-seat cat and mouse chase
A wrongfully accused man is on the run and determined to find the killer of his wife. A relentless U.S. Marshal is hell-bent on apprehending this fugitive. The suspenseful chase that ensues is sure to get your heart racing and adrenaline pumping.
The story of a math genius, overly dramatized
While the movie has some brilliant sequences to showcase Shakuntala’s math wizardry, it comes off more as a story filled with a daughter’s resentment towards her mom rather than the story of Shakuntala Devi herself.