Point Park University's Student-Run Newspaper

Point Park Globe

Point Park University's Student-Run Newspaper

Point Park Globe

Point Park University's Student-Run Newspaper

Point Park Globe

Adam Sandler’s “Spaceman” takes viewers to a new world

Written By Ana Bellamy, Co-Features/Arts and Entertainment Editor March 6, 2024

Starring Adam Sandler in the lead role, Netflix’s “Spaceman” is a melancholic, slow-burn science-fiction film that explores the emotional truths about relationships, isolation and mental health....

“The Greatest Night in Pop” doc lives up to its name

Written By Rachel Ross, Co-Features/Arts and Entertainment Editor February 7, 2024

“The Greatest Night in Pop” sets high expectations from its title alone – to call anything the “greatest” of something creates some pretty big shoes to fill and must prove the truth of the statement....

Netflix’s ‘Murdaugh Murders: A Southern Scandal’ continues to glorify true crime

Written By Erin Yudt, Editor Elect March 15, 2023

Netflix's latest true crime documentary series, “Murdaugh Murders: A Southern Scandal,” details the beloved South Carolina Lowcountry’s Murdaugh family dynasty. The Murdaughs were known for their...

Netflix movie ‘The Pale Blue Eye’ filmed near Pittsburgh isn’t worth the watch

Written By Steph Weiland, For The Globe January 18, 2023

Christian Bale has again been resurrected, but not as Patrick Bateman! Instead of a sociopath and narcissistic killer like Bateman, this time Bale plays a Donald Kimball-esque character. He portrays the...

‘Firefly Lane’ struggles as a new Netflix adaptation

Written By Rachel Ross, Co-Features/A&E Editor January 18, 2023

I wasn’t completely sure how I felt about “Firefly Lane” upon finishing the first season; I had enjoyed some aspects but found others to be cheesy or corny. However, when the first part of the second...

‘The School for Good and Evil’ gives a fresh look at magical world creation

Written By Diana Navarrete, Staff Writer November 10, 2022

To start, let me tell you that I am a film enthusiast, in that I don't have much knowledge of films, but I love entertaining myself by watching them. What I dislike must be too absurd, or put stupid, offensive,...

‘Enola Holmes 2’ provides an updated detective story

Written By Rachel Ross, Co-Features/A&E Editor November 10, 2022

I watched the first “Enola Holmes” film when it came out on Netflix in early 2020. I remember enjoying it, but candidly, not much beyond that. I know there was sleuthing, as to be expected, and something...

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