The Suffolk Journal

Film Review: ‘Gook’ highlights racial violence

By Twitter @justinchon

Morgan Hume

April 11, 2018

The date is April 29, 1992. Only hours after four white police officers were found not guilty for beating Rodney King, an African-American male, with their nightsticks. It was an act of brutality that an ameuter videographer caught on film. Riots spring up in South Central Los Angeles only moments after ...

A Legend-ary Performance: John Legend takes the stage in “Jesus Christ Superstar Live”

By Twitter user @JSCTheMusical

Jacquelyn Jarnagin

April 11, 2018

There’s nothing more risky than a plan with good intentions. When you have a plan based on good intentions, naturally you want to see that plan come to fruition exactly the way you pictured it in your head. But the possibility of negative reception is grossly overlooked; people are so certain that...

Yo Adrian, I’m still breathing! Death hoaxes in the digital age

Jacquelyn Jarnagin

February 28, 2018

Actor Sylvester Stallone fought rumors of his death last week after an internet hoax surfaced on social media, stating he had passed away from prostate cancer. While the origins of the rumor are unclear, thousands of fans posted tributes to the “Rocky” star online as the story trended. Stallone...

Bad Bunny: Scene from ‘Peter Rabbit’ sparks boycott from angry parents

By Twitter user @parentsmagazine

Jacquelyn Jarnagin

February 21, 2018

Sony Pictures “Peter Rabbit” sparked a major outrage among parents of children with life-threatening allergies on its opening weekend. During one particular scene of the film, Peter Rabbit, voiced by James Corden, and four of his friends come up with an idea to exact revenge on their nemesis, Mr. T...

Is Hollywood running out of ideas?

By Twitter user @screenrant

Jacquelyn Jarnagin

February 14, 2018

Stop me if you’ve heard this one: a hot muscular guy is held hostage by a group of terrorists at the top of an extremely tall building. The terrorists are also threatening his family and the other people in the building. No, it’s not “Die Hard;” it’s the upcoming (and quite unoriginal) Dwayne J...

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