Todd Phillips new film, Joker, received a lot of negative publicity before it got a wide release in theaters, with many people saying that it glorifies violence too much during this era of mass shootings.

Despite Negative Press, Audiences Acclaim “Joker”

Stefano Ausenda , Contributing Editor October 26, 2019

The latest film by comedy writer and director Todd Phillips is definitely a far stretch from his previous material. "Joker," which won the Golden Lion at the Venice International Film Festival over the...

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The Adam Sandler/ Netflix Deal Explained

Janine Jones, Copy Editor April 17, 2017

Adam Sandler is a well-known household name in the world of comedy movies. He has an impressive resume full of box office hits and between the years 1998 and 2011, almost every movie that Sandler produced...

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Movie Review: Before I Fall

Janine Jones, Copy Editor March 6, 2017

If you were given endless opportunities to right a horrible wrong, what would you learn and how many times would it take you to get it right? That’s the main idea behind the movie adaptation of the...

Movie Review: Get Out

Movie Review: Get Out

Janine Jones, Copy Editor March 6, 2017

The new horror movie “Get Out” has swept the nation and caused quite a stir. The movie, written and directed by Jordan Peele, addresses important racial and social commentary. It has received glowing...

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Review: Leonardo DiCaprio’s ‘Before the Flood’

Susan Aracena , Arts and Entertainment Editor November 15, 2016

The documentary Before the Flood by Fisher Stevens stars adored celebrity, Leonardo DiCaprio. Not only is DiCaprio known for his many movies, he is also known for being a climate change activist. A...

Movie Review: Moonlight

Susan Aracena , Arts and Entertainment Editor November 6, 2016

The film "Moonlight" is just a small glance into the shadows of America's war on drugs. The movie, which is an adaptation of the play "In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue" by Alvin McCraney, eloquently...

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Fifty Shades Darker Trailer Breaks Record for Most Views

Susan Aracena , Arts and Entertainment Editor September 27, 2016

Fifty Shades Darker will be in theaters February 10th. It's been a year and a half since Fifty Shades of Grey was in theaters making a whopping $571 million worldwide and only had a budget of $40 million. Fifty...

Harley Quinn portrayed by Margot Robbie. (Photo courtesy of Suicide Squads Facebook page)

The Complex Character of Harley Quinn

Susan Aracena , Arts and Entertainment Editor September 13, 2016

Since the release of Suicide Squad in theaters this Summer the portrayal of the villainess, Harley Quinn, has gained the attention of viewers and sparked debate about the appropriateness of her character. Unlike...

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Pace’s Top Five Most Anticipated Fall Shows

Susan Aracena , Arts and Entertainment Editor September 13, 2016

Classes aren't the only thing starting in the Fall, several television shows are returning as well. When Pace students were asked which shows they were most eager to see return, the top five answer were Power,...

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“Me Before You” Prompts Discussion on Assisted Suicide

Susan Aracena, Arts and Entertainment Editor September 7, 2016

Hollywood's adaptation of Jojo Moyes' book, "Me bVfore You" hit theaters on June 3rd this summer. The unlikely love story between the characters, Will Traynor, a once-active quadriplegic, and his caretaker,...

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