Crimson staff writer
Brady M. Connolly
Disembodied fingers, a miniature donkey named Jenny, and a Catholic witch. These are just three of the outlandish entities that figure prominently in “The Banshees of Inisherin.”
Whether a reluctant theatergoer, a crazed fan, or somewhere in between, “Hamilton” is an exceptional artistic and educational experience that will win over the hearts of even the most skeptical attendees.
In its efforts to recount Lynsey’s return to normalcy, the film artfully captures the flurry of mixed emotions that may entail such an experience while occasionally administering too great a dose of dramatic embellishment.
Despite the unsurprisingly strong performances from two actors who have inhabited their roles for quite some time, the rest of the premiere falls flat.