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Movie Review: “Logan” claws through enemies, heart

Movie Review: “Logan” claws through enemies, heart

Vince Aguilar, Staff Reporter
March 21, 2017
Filed under Arts, Features

“Logan” the final installments of the Wolverine franchise is an action packed, savage, movie that takes a darker twist to the usual comic book movies that has recently come out. The movie is dark and twisted in all the right way showing the heroes that we know and loves past their prime and near...

Movie Review: “Project Almanac” interesting, but confusing at times

Movie Review: “Project Almanac” interesting, but confusing at times

Elizabeth Rodriguez, Staff Writer
February 12, 2015
Filed under Features

What would you do if you could go back in time? “Project Almanac” explores the curiosity and dangers that come with time travel. High school senior David Raskin, played by Jonny Weston; his sister Christina; two best friends, Quinn Goldberg and Allen Evangelista, and romantic interest Jessie, played...

MOVIE REVIEW: “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part One” stays true to the book series

MOVIE REVIEW: “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part One” stays true to the book series

Kayla Grizzle, Features Editor
November 22, 2014
Filed under Features, Student Life

The newest installment of “The Hunger Games” trilogy, “Mockingjay Part 1,” stays true to the books in every aspect, but still leaves the impression of an extended trailer for “Mockingjay Part 2.” The movie picks up in District 13, the forgotten district, as Katniss, played by Jennifer...

Movie Review: “Interstellar” first Oscar nomination for 2014?

Movie Review:  “Interstellar” first Oscar nomination for 2014?

Adrian Discipulo, Staff Writer
November 14, 2014
Filed under Features

Director Christopher Nolan delivers yet another dark and thrilling movie as he shoots his audience through space in his new sci-fi epic “Interstellar.” Set in the near future, “Interstellar” shows a world that has gone through a major drought, causing widespread famine. With the extinction...

Movie Review: NightCrawler

Movie Review: NightCrawler

Cindy Tran, Staff Writer
November 12, 2014
Filed under Features

Delving into the underbelly of Los Angeles, “Nightcrawler” demonstrates the ethics and morality of survival and confronts social problems that are presented in media news today. Jake Gyllenhaal plays Lou Bloom, a loner whose life is consumed by routinely watering his plants, lying to people, and...

MOVIE REVIEW: Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

MOVIE REVIEW: Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

Samantha Jill UyBico, Staff Writer
October 17, 2014
Filed under Features

“Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” directed by Miguel Arteta and based on the 1972 children’s book written by Judith Viorst, is a film that will entertain both children and parents alike. Alexander (Ed Oxenbould) is turning 12 and feels he is cursed when a series of...

Features: Kill the Messenger

Features: Kill the Messenger

Alena Naide, Stuff writer
October 17, 2014
Filed under Features, Student Life

“National security and crack cocaine in the same sentence, doesn’t that seem strange to you?” Journalist Gary Webb (Jeremy Renner), asks this question in the Michael Cuesta film, “Kill the Messenger” starting an investigation that leads him to the biggest victory in his career and an even...

MOVIE REVIEW: “Gone Girl” must-see

MOVIE REVIEW: “Gone Girl” must-see

Kayla Grizzle, Features Editor
October 10, 2014
Filed under Features

“Gone Girl”, directed by David Fincher and based on the best-selling novel by Gillian Flynn, is a story about the complexities of people and of marriage. Nick (Ben Affleck) and Amy Dunne (Rosamund Pike) were seemingly happily married for five years, but after Amy disappears on their fifth anniversary,...