The Daily Aztec

Lesbian drama explores edgy concept

by Jamie Ballard

November 5, 2013

It would seem to be a law of the universe, whether you’re 14, 44 or 84, sometimes you feel trapped by the life you’ve created. We call it something else—teenage angst, anxiety or a midlife crisis—but the feeling is the...

‘The Fifth Estate’ finds itself in the middle ground

by Alek Sanchez

October 25, 2013

By undertaking the story of WikiLeaks and Julian Assange, “The Fifth Estate” tries to portray a modern depiction of how outdated and archaic the traditional forms of media and journalism are. However, even with an impressive...

‘Romeo and Juliet’ breaks a new generation’s heart

by Amanda Hemingway

October 16, 2013

Everyone knows the classic tale of the star-crossed lovers “Romeo and Juliet,” a forbidden love that ends in tragedy. The play written by William Shakespeare hundreds of years ago is still read today and is as popular as it...

Justin Timberlake tries to overcome a weak script

by Jamie Ballard

October 9, 2013

“Runner Runner” tells the story of Richie Furst (Justin Timberlake), a Princeton University graduate student who loses his tuition money through an online gambling site. Being familiar with the intricacies of online gambling, he realizes he was che...