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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

La Voz News

The voice of De Anza since 1967.

La Voz News

‘20th Century Girl’ just another teenage first love movie

‘20th Century Girl’ just another teenage first love movie

Lauren Linh Bui | December 4, 2022

The new Korean teenage romance movie "20th Century Girl," brings back the nostalgic memories of first loves but, regrettably, leaves its audiences unsatisfied with the lack of some of the key characters’...

Poster for She Said at Century 20 Oakridge and XD theater, in San Jose, California, featuring both Carey Mulligan and Zoe Kazan.

‘She Said’ gives brief look into abuse cases that kickstarted a social movement

Anisa Qadir | November 30, 2022

“She Said,” released in theaters Nov. 18, gives a behind-the-scenes look at two New York Times journalists’ impactful investigation into the shocking sexual abuses perpetrated by former film producer...

Ana de Armas as Marilyn Monroe poses in front of a mirror in a scene in Blonde.

(Snapshot: Netflix/Youtube)

Marilyn Monroe’s legacy in ‘Blonde’

Angela Nguyen | November 5, 2022

"Blonde," starring Ana de Armas as Marilyn Monroe, released to audiences worldwide on Netflix, Sept. 22. With a nearly three hour runtime, the film captivates and intrigues with its portrayal of Marilyn...

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“Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” is a disappointing film but a wonderful expansion on the multiverse

Oscar Rodas, Reporter | June 14, 2022

Expanding on the multiverse within the Marvel Cinematic Universe, “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse Madness” gives us different versions of our well-known heroes as they rise to the challenge once...

Source: Netflix

“Hypnotic” falls short of its promising premise

Maida Suta, Reporter | November 4, 2021

While on time for the onslaught of horror and thriller movies released for Halloween, “Hypnotic” drops the ball on its interesting premise with its poor writing and pacing. “Hypnotic” follows...


“No Time To Die” was a dull good-bye for its leading man

Kevin Nguyen, Features Editor | October 20, 2021

There is a line of thinking that it’s generally better to leave a party early, than overstay one’s welcome. Someone should have told this to James Bond.  Should anyone care to see off an actor...

Source: IMDb

Exploit or free Britney: unpacking Netflix’s ‘Britney vs. Spears’ documentary

Kaitlyn Khov, Reporter | October 13, 2021

Netflix’s “Britney vs. Spears” documentary attempts to revitalize Britney Spears’ conservatorship, but fails to provide a fresh take on the controversial case. Directed by Erin Lee Carr, who...

Source: Disney Plus

A villain gets deeper but sugarcoated character in “Cruella”

Maida Suta, Reporter | June 16, 2021
“Cruella” strikes a good balance between portraying the evil and the tragedy in the life of Cruella de Vil.
Source: HBO Max

For “Friends” lovers, “Friends: The Reunion” gives you exactly what you need

Kaylee Flores, Reporter | June 8, 2021
“Friends: The Reunion” celebrates the magic of “Friends” by showing unseen footage on set with the reactions of the cast — a tasteful dive into nostalgia for any “Friends” fan.
Source: HBO Max

When exposition beats action: the disappointment of “Mortal Kombat”

Carolyn Brown, Reporter | May 1, 2021
“Mortal Kombat” movie flailed with too much exposition, clunky dialogue and too many scenes cut in a single sequence.
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