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Celebrate Asian and Pacific American Heritage Month with these 3 outstanding films

Jian Yongbo, Kmamura Aio, Chen Han, Tzi Ma, Awkwafina, Li Ziang, Tzi Ma, Lu Hong and Zhao Shuzhen appear in a still from

Leticia Samame, Reporter

May 19, 2020

The month of May is dedicated to celebrating the heritage of Asian and Pacific Islanders in the United States and gives us an opportunity to explore the cinematic masterpieces that tell the experiences of their vibrant culture. Asian and Pacific Americans have helped contribute thousands of years...

Best 4 action movies to watch in quarantine

Cameron Oleary, Reporter

April 29, 2020

If you have been looking for the time to sit down and watch something new, quarantine is the best time to grab some popcorn and snuggle up to see great movies. Here are four action movies to stream from home.   Baby Driver, 2017 Written and directed by Edgar Wright, “Baby Driver” is a masterpiece of a movie that follows a young gifted driver ...

“The Invisible Man”: Thrilling Blumhouse Production

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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 thought I had figured out the main plot of the movie, there would be an unpredictable scene that threw...

‘Gretel and Hansel’: grim but dull adaptation

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Rodrigo Gutierrez, Staff Reporter

February 11, 2020

“Gretel and Hansel” retells the classic grim tale from the perspective of Gretel but offers little to no intrigue in its adaptation. Directed by Oz Perkins, the adaptation brings little action to keep the audience at the edge of the seat and turns out to be creepy than scary. At the beginning...

“Turning” disappoints, lacks plot and horror

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Oscar Frias-Rivera, Staff Reporter

February 11, 2020

“The Turning” that came out this past weekend was a huge letdown. As the movie ended I yelled out “What” as did someone else in the movies after it went to credits because no one expected the movie to end as it did. Me, already being a “Stranger Things” fan, thought maybe this would...

Disney+ Breaks The Internet

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Andrew Jaramillo, Staff Reporter

December 2, 2019

Disney+ is giving competitors Netflix and Hulu a run for their money, even with connectivity issues and errors that plagued it early on. The service has been stabilized since its bumpy Nov. 4 launch and I’m totally obsessed with the amount of binge-worthy content that Disney+ has to offer for just ...

Joker: An icon for protesters worldwide

A still from Joker (2019).

Harleen Gill, Staff Reporter

November 19, 2019

Political systems around the world have truly been failing for several decades now. To bring some sort of awareness, a brilliantly thought out form of protest has been inspired from the 2019 psychological thriller, “Joker.” One of the main messages of the “Joker” was to raise awareness about...

“Joker”: Heartbreaking backstory that challenges morality

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Saman Mashayekhi, Staff Reporter

October 23, 2019

For as long as audiences remember, the story of the Joker has always been told through Batman’s eyes. This new rendition of Joker is a well-done heartbreaking backstory through a different perspective. “Joker,” directed by Todd Phillps, is the life story of famous Batman villain, who, before...

“The Addams Family” is Revived in New Animated Adaptation

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Nathalia Moran, Staff Reporter

October 22, 2019

They’re creepy, they’re kooky and they’ve come back. The ‘60s story of the Addams family, an unorthodox family, inclined to like all that is dreary, black or dead, is revived in this animated film. In this story, Gomez and Morticia Addams (Oscar Isaac and Charlize Theron) have been run...

Is Streaming Destroying the Movie Theater Business?

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Andrew Jaramillo, Staff Reporter

October 22, 2019

While streaming has made accessing movie and television content a breeze, I can’t see movie theaters becoming obsolete because of it. Streaming is great for watching thousands of older titles, but theaters still remain the only way to watch the newest movies. Charles Rivkin, CEO of the Motion Picture As...