Must See: Melancholia

On Friday night, Rhyme et Reason’s editor in chief and I saw the much buzzed about Melancholia at The Charles Theater downtown. (Also, does it pain you to write “theater” instead of “theatre”?) We are still talking about the ending (spoiler alert: everyone dies) via iMessage and twitter so we thought a proper write-up on the blog was necessary.   Despite the bad press, Lars Von Trier–the controversial Danish director–has a masterpiece on his hands.  Obviously we’re not the only ones who feel this way, as evidenced by Melancholia winning “Best Picture” at the European Film Awards yesterday, and Kirsten … Continue reading Must See: Melancholia

Must See: Melancholia

On Friday night, Rhyme et Reason’s editor in chief and I saw the much buzzed about Melancholia at The Charles Theater downtown. (Also, does it pain you to write “theater” instead of “theatre”?) We are still talking about the ending (spoiler alert: everyone dies) via iMessage and twitter so we thought a proper write-up on the blog was necessary.     Despite the bad press, Lars Von Trier–the controversial Danish director–has a masterpiece on his hands.  Obviously we’re not the only ones who feel this way, as evidenced by Melancholia winning “Best Picture” at the European Film Awards yesterday, and … Continue reading Must See: Melancholia