The Award Winning Newspaper Of Pace University

THE PACE CHRONICLE

The Craft – The Original Mean Girls

CRISTINA CUDUCO, Arts and Entertainment Editor

October 8, 2014


Filed under As the Cookie Crumbles, Entertainment, Movies

In honor of October, for the next few weeks until Halloween, you’ll be reading about some of the best spooky, scary, and gross movies Netflix has to offer. I’ll begin with a favorite of many 90s kids, The Craft (1996). The Craft follows what seems like a typical teenage girl, named Sarah, as s...

Girl Most Likely – A Funny Little Indie Flick

CRISTINA CUDUCO, Arts and Entertainment Editor

October 1, 2014


Filed under As the Cookie Crumbles, Entertainment, Television

For those who actively watch Netflix, surely massive amounts of independent films quite often pop up as suggestions for viewing. While scrolling though Netflix recently, I realized that seldom do I watch any of the suggested movies trying to pry their way into my queue. Feeling practically guilty...

Derek – A Sweet Side to Dark Comedy

Derek – A Sweet Side to Dark Comedy

CRISTINA CUDUCO, Arts and Entertainment Editor

September 24, 2014


Filed under As the Cookie Crumbles, Entertainment, Television

Around this time last year, the popular streaming service, Netflix, premiered yet another Original Series, Derek. The show stars Ricky Gervais as the titular lead, a 50-year-old care worker at the Broad Hill Home for the Elderly, and follows his daily adventures with his senior-aged charges. Compassi...

Bojack Horseman

CRISTINA CUDUCO, Arts and Entertainment Editor

September 18, 2014


Filed under As the Cookie Crumbles, Entertainment

Given the success of Netflix original series, one would rarely expect less than TV (or in this case, internet-streaming) gold from its newest addition, Bojack Horseman. The animated series, which premiered on August 22, stars Arrested Development’s Will Arnett as the title character Bojack, a washed ...

As the Cookie Crumbles: Side Chick Culture and the Other Woman

Cristina Cuduco, Featured Writer

May 2, 2014


Filed under As the Cookie Crumbles, Entertainment

One of the greatest scandals to riddle a romantic relationship might be the presence of a “sidechick.” The term remains a guilty synonym for a woman with whom one’s significant other is cheating with, and while a guy could fill the role of the “side-chick,” the boast of having one is or...

The Dream of the 90s is Alive in Portland(ia)

The Dream of the 90s is Alive in Portland(ia)

Cristina Cuduco, Columnist

April 25, 2014


Filed under As the Cookie Crumbles, Columns, Opinion

Portland, Oregon: where young people go to retire; where flannel and corduroy roam free; where the tattoo ink never runs dry. For those of us not living in this seemingly chill West-Coast city, Portland may seem like a haven for the wacky side in all of us. In fact, I’d even go as far as to say that...

As The Cookie Crumbles…

Cristina Cuduco, Columnist

April 9, 2014


Filed under As the Cookie Crumbles, Columns

I’ve been a fan of travel shows for as long as I can remember. Whether it was Rick Steves’ Europe or the tours of Samantha Brown, or the mystifying and uncommon adventures in Globe Trekker, if it was travel related, I’d be watching it. So it was no surprise that I listened to my colleague’s suggestion...

As the Cookie Crumbles…

Cristina Cuduco, Columnist

March 27, 2014


Filed under As the Cookie Crumbles, Columns, Opinion

Given what I know of the world, I really shouldn’t be shocked by the atrocities of human cruelty showcased in Blackfish, the 2013 documentary on the whales at SeaWorld.  In all honesty, animal cruelty has never been a topic I’ve followed too closely, that is until I saw this film. Blackfish examines some...

As the Cookie Crumbles

Cristina Cuduco, Columnist

March 12, 2014


Filed under As the Cookie Crumbles, Opinion

  As a production student, video maker, and a woman, I’m enthralled when I find female filmmakers who have been successful in film – an industry that, quite frankly, hasn’t been so welcoming to ladies behind the camera. In honor of Women’s History Month, I’ve decided to spotlight...

“Redefining Successful TV: A Review Of Orange Is the New Black”

“Redefining Successful TV: A Review Of Orange Is the New Black”

Cristina Cuduco, Columnist

February 28, 2014


Filed under As the Cookie Crumbles, Columns, Opinion

In July 2013, Netflix premiered its second original series: Orange Is the New Black (OITNB). The move to create original programming has proven successful for the on-demand streaming service. Interestingly, shows created exclusively for online viewing purposes (i.e. House of Cards and Hemlock Grove) a...

« Previous Page