Mary Mei

<i>Last Flag Flying:</i> A Study of Grief and Patriotism

Last Flag Flying: A Study of Grief and Patriotism

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11/15/2017

Fans of director Richard Linklater will no doubt find his latest project to be very satisfying — and very much in line with his previous work. Last Flag Flying is thematically different from Linklater’s earlier films, but it still has a distinct sensitivity and humanity that can be found in his past box-office hits (Boyhood,…

Concert Review: Bad Suns, Oct. 29, 9:30 Club

Concert Review: Bad Suns, Oct. 29, 9:30 Club

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11/04/2017

As Bad Suns took to the stage at the 9:30 Club on Oct. 29, lead vocalist Christo Bowman proclaimed his pride of finally headlining at the venue. The band has previously played at the venue five times, but they never “had our own show at the f***ing 9:30 Club!” Bowman’s excitement was infectious. With that…

<i>Suburbicon</i> is a Paradigm of Directorial Disaster

Suburbicon is a Paradigm of Directorial Disaster

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10/31/2017

When you cross a Coen Brother screenplay with a race-relations subplot set in the 1950s, things are bound to get a little interesting. However, in the case of Suburbicon, this intrigue is also accompanied by confusion and befuddlement. Director George Clooney fails to merge two majorly disparate plot-lines, and what ensues is a perplexing combination…

<i>Gifted</i>: A Disjointed and Emotional Journey

Gifted: A Disjointed and Emotional Journey

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04/07/2017

The opening shots of Gifted resemble a sunny home video documenting the first day of school. Seven-year-old Mary Adler (McKenna Grace) scowls over her breakfast at her bearded and rumpled uncle Frank (Chris Evans) as a one-eyed cat lounges nearby. The cinematography is light and airy, and the dynamic between Grace and Evans is undeniably…

Natural Simplicity: <i>Metallics</i> at the Touchstone Gallery

Natural Simplicity: Metallics at the Touchstone Gallery

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02/24/2017

At first glance, Mary D. Ott’s metallic paintings seem to be characterized by their lack of complexity; her aptly titled piece “Gold on Black” refers to a dark canvas interrupted by thin, golden strokes, while “Copper” is a copper backdrop interspersed with flashes of silver. However, upon further inspection, Ott’s allusion to natural elements becomes…

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