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Find your inner child in “Finding ‘Ohana”

Jordyn Smith, Reporter | February 24, 2021
Netflix’s new Indiana Jones-style film “Finding ‘Ohana” grabs the audience through complicated family dynamics and adventurous twists and turns.
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An overhyped couple’s fight: the disappointment of “Malcolm and Marie”

Emjay Troxclair, Reporter/copy editor | February 15, 2021
The hype for “Malcolm & Marie” outweighs the actual experience of the film, leaving viewers bored and dissatisfied.
Three exceptional kid’s movies to watch with your family

Three exceptional kid’s movies to watch with your family

Jodi Wong, Reporter | November 28, 2020
How do you go about judging the quality of a kid’s movie? If I ask my five year old cousin, the response would be “if I’m not bored!”, and quite truthfully, I think this is an excellent answer. 
“Lingua Franca” powerfully illuminates struggles of Filipina undocumented, transgender woman

“Lingua Franca” powerfully illuminates struggles of Filipina undocumented, transgender woman

Christian Huerta, Staff Reporter | October 31, 2020

“Lingua Franca”  shines a light on a transgender Filipina immigrant story, illuminating the struggles of being undocumented and queer. Jhett Tolentino, producer of the film, said lack of representation...

“The Silence of the Lambs”: Longtime Praised Film Rooted in Subtle Homophobia

“The Silence of the Lambs”: Longtime Praised Film Rooted in Subtle Homophobia

Trisha Venkat, Reporter | October 26, 2020

Jonathan Demme’s Academy Award-winning film “The Silence of the Lambs” is a beautiful piece of cinematography that I would have enjoyed if it wasn’t so insidiously homophobic.  The film broke...

Director of “And She Could be Next” aims to bring awareness to minority political representation

Relena Grandy, Reporter | October 21, 2020

The power that women of color, and all minority groups, hold as they stand as one to fight the white supremacy in the U.S. is showcased in the documentary, “And She Could be Next”. This display...

“Blackpink: Light up the Sky” weaves pro-multicultural themes into heartwarming presentation

“Blackpink: Light up the Sky” weaves pro-multicultural themes into heartwarming presentation

Jodi Wong, Staff Reporter | October 20, 2020
Starring its four members Jennie, Jisoo, Lisa and Rosé, k-pop girl group Blackpink’s documentary “Blackpink: Light up the Sky” offers an intimate look not only into the background and dynamic of the group, but the nuances of the K-pop industry in a worldwide perspective. 
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American Utopia review: more than just a Talking Heads concert film

Matt Hancock, Reporter | October 13, 2020

At the top of David Byrne’s newest concert film, "American Utopia", he sits center stage contemplating a plastic model of a human brain. What follows is the beautiful marriage of music, artistry, movement,...

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“The Invisible Man”: Thrilling Blumhouse Production

Taylor Park , Staff Reporter | March 10, 2020

“The Invisible Man” yanks its audience through increasingly distressing twists and turns, disorienting what you thought you knew about the plot, leaving you squirming in your seat. Every time I...

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‘Sonic The Hedgehog’ races into the hearts of nostalgic fans 

Joaquin De La Torre, Staff Reporter | March 9, 2020

"Sonic The Hedgehog" is exactly what long time fans of the little blue blur have been patiently waiting for. This movie is chock-full of hidden easter eggs, bad puns, cute family-friendly jokes, and a...

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