The Suffolk Journal

“Yo Gabba Gabba!” not just for kids

September 22, 2010

Ethan Long Journal Staff Remember that video that surfaced on YouTube, where a small Asian child declared his love for dancing? His name was Nathaniel; he loved to dance. He was one of the many kids who has appeared on the Nick Jr. show, Yo Gabba Gabba.Since, the show, created by Aquabats lead singer C...

Proud to call ‘The Town’ our own

Michael Christina

September 22, 2010

Michael Christina Journal Contributor Ben Affleck’s debut film, Gone Baby Gone (2007, Mirimax), gained critical acclaim for its overall gritty realism and no different can be said about his second, The Town (2010, Warner Bros). Affleck’s hometown knowledge of Boston shines through The Town. Th...

The Journal’s Guide of.. Where to Go?

Ethan M. Long

June 3, 2010

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You’ve got a friend in Disney

Jeff Fish

June 3, 2010

Article by: Jeff Fish It’s been 11 years in the waiting, but Toy Story 3 (2010, Disney), the third installment in the Toy Story series, is set to hit theaters on June 18, bringing all the charm and excitement of the original film. A star studded cast featuring Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, and Don Rickles reprise their roles, continuing the adventures of the now over-the-hill ...

Thank you for being a friend

Jeff Fish

June 3, 2010

Betty White hosts Saturday Night Live for the first time in her career Article by: Jeff Fish After a career that has spanned over 60 years, bringing her from the age of radio stars to the Internet age, which is beginning to shape the very way television runs, Betty White finally hosted Saturday Nig...

A look at upcoming films

April 21, 2010

Article by: Cait O’Callaghan Nothing feels better than walking into a cold movie theater in the middle of a hot blazing summer, or loading up the car with food and friends to go see a movie at the drive-in. Summer movie blockbusters always seem to be the best of the year, and this summer’s ...

Suffolk: 24 frames-per-second

April 6, 2010

Article by: Cait O’Callaghan Aspiring Steven Spielbergs and Woody Allens who attend Suffolk got their opportunity to prove what they’re made of and how much they know about film making with the help of the Campus MovieFest. Campus MovieFest, the world’s largest student film festival, loans ...

Gaga dials fans with ‘Telephone’

March 24, 2010

Article by: Shoshana Akins Before this review gets down and dirty, I must admit that I am a fan of Lady Gaga. Others believe she is just the psychotic vomit of our media-soaked, gratification-based age, having no real talent and no brains to boot. But I believe in her. I love what she does, from e...

And the winner is…

March 10, 2010

Article by: Cait O'Callaghan The Academy may have shocked audiences during the 82nd Annual Academy Awards last Sunday, when The Hurt Locker, which cost $11 million, snubbed Avatar, the fourth most expensive film of all time, of all major awards it was nominated for. The Hurt Locker’s Kathryn Bigelow ...

Suffolk welcomes Hoberman

Julia Dawidowicz

March 10, 2010

Article By: Julia Dawidowicz At Suffolk University, the classroom is not the only place where students have the opportunity to learn interesting, often life changing new things.  The CAS Distinguished Visiting Scholars Program was created in 2004 with the mission of, according to Suffolk’s webs...

Aarons captures periods of Boston history on film

Matthew McQuaid

March 3, 2010

Article by: Matt McQuaid If you take a stroll through many of Boston’s neighborhoods today, you’ll probably be greeted by the sight of tourist attractions, crappy chain stores you can find anywhere else, and yuppies with small, obnoxious dogs. It’s hard to imagine how these places once were...

Emerson screens filmmakers’ efforts

Julia Dawidowicz

February 24, 2010

Article by: Julia Dawidowicz You don’t need to fly all the way to Cannes or Sundance to watch screenings of today’s most innovative films. On Monday, Feb. 22, The Experimental Cinema Exposition, TIE, held a special screening of short avant-garde films at Emerson College that featured the works of var...

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