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Movies Archives * Mace & Crown

Queer Life through the Cinema Lens: Top 10 Movies Any Queer Person Should Know

January 26, 2015 | 1

By: Connor Norton                                                                                                         […]Read More

A Passing of the Lightsaber

November 7, 2012 |

On Tuesday George Lucas, best known as the creator of the “Star Wars” and “Indiana Jones,” series sold his privately owned company Lucasfilm ltd. to The Walt Disney Company for $4.05 billion. The transaction will be paid half in cash and half in stock to George Lucas. In the same hour it was announced that […]Read More

Top Five Halloween Horrors

October 31, 2012 | 2

Horror movies are an important part of American culture. They play to our primal fears of being stalked, chased, tortured and killed. They provide a rush that we don’t normally experience. So, in honor of Halloween, it seems only appropriate to provide a list of “drop dead” scary movies to watch. 5. Sigourney Weaver stars […]Read More

The Eagle

February 16, 2011 |

By: Lauren Grant I can confidently say, without fear of being dramatic, that “The Eagle” was probably one of the most boring movies I have ever had to sit through. I’m usually into the whole old Roman/Greek/Trojan or any other kind of ancient empire war fighting movie thing, so it really shocked me when I […]Read More

Never Say Never: A tale of triumph that is sure to please fans of Justin Bieber

February 16, 2011 |

By: Daniel Felarca No matter what anyone says or thinks about the highly popular Justin Bieber and his music, be it hateful, amorous or just plain uninterested, it is an undeniable truth that this 16-year-old Canadian star has made quite an impact on the music industry, his debut album having been certified platinum in less […]Read More

Just Go With It

February 16, 2011 |

No Just Go Away, Please By: R Jay Molina Adam Sandler’s latest Happy Madison Productions project, “Just Go with It,” is a reminder of a few things: Jennifer Aniston is still one of most beautiful actresses in the industry, Adam Sandler is taking advantage of the spoof joke from “Funny People,” and director Dennis Dugan […]Read More

All Hail the Oscars!

February 2, 2011 |

By: R Jay Molina It’s true. The film industry has so many awards ceremonies that it’s difficult to keep track of them all. The only ones that seem to matter are the Golden Globes and the Academy Awards (Oscars for short), though the Globes are more like the pre-game before the party. But why should […]Read More

The Rite

February 2, 2011 |

By: R Jay Molina When one thinks of Italy, things such as romance and beautiful artistry comes to mind. However director Mikael Hafstrom has a different view. With the help of his cinematographer, Ben Davis, composer Alex Heffes and Sir Anthony Hopkins, Hafstrom creates a subtly creepy and thought-provoking film. Those wanting shock value and […]Read More

The “Green Hornet” Stings More than Entertains

January 26, 2011 |

By: Ethan Shaw With winter slowly leaving us behind, the beginning of summer action flicks is in full swing starting with Michel Gondry’s “The Green Hornet”.  Opening last week on Jan. 14 the film stars Seth Rogen as playboy Britt Reid, aka the Green Hornet and Jay Chou as his faithful partner Kato.  Viewers will […]Read More

The Golden Globes Wear Controversy in 2011

January 26, 2011 |

By: Elizabeth Bowry Usually the most important part of the Golden Globes, like any award show, is who is wearing what, what movie is going to win the award for Best Movie and which actor is going to win Best Actor. This year however, the Golden Globes involved a little more than Versace and Natalie […]Read More