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‘The Visit’ falls short of expectations

Cinthia Loera, Reporter

September 23, 2015

Filed under Opinion, Reviews

Every year as the month of October approaches, I begin to anxiously wait for the new batch of horror movies to be released. This year, the one that was the first to catch my eye was directed by the one and only M. Night Shyamalan. After finding out that this movie was directed by the same man that directed "The Sixth Sense", "Signs" and "The Happening" (just to name a few),...

N.W.A. biopic promises not to disappoint fans

N.W.A. biopic promises not to disappoint fans

Crystal Valdez, Reporter

September 10, 2015

Filed under Opinion, Reviews

  “Straight Outta Compton” is the perfect movie to watch if you want to end your summer with a bang. Its music and its LA vibe will have you...

The highly anticipated film ‘Furious 7’ speeds into theaters

Marcus Castro, Reporter

April 8, 2015

Filed under Opinion, Reviews

“The Fast and the Furious” movie series has once again made an instant hit. “Furious 7” is a film that is the most recent in the timeline of the movie series. The way this film tied in the third movie in the series, “The Fast and The Furious: Tokyo Drift,” was perfect. This film is about a crew of old street racers and heisting pros. Right when the crew thought...

Liam Neeson changes it up in his new movie

Liam Neeson changes it up in his new movie

March 19, 2015

Liam Neeson in “Run All Night” plays another hero with a bit of a twist to his character. “Run All Night” is a film about a man named Jimmy...

‘McFarland USA’ sprints into an instant classic

‘McFarland USA’ sprints into an instant classic

Mohamed Bafakih, Sports Editor

March 5, 2015

Filed under Opinion, Reviews

For many years, I would drive northbound on Highway 99, and 20 minutes in I’d see a “Welcome to McFarland: The Heartbeat of Agriculture” sign and...

The movie you’ll love to hate

Mason J. Rockfellow, Reporter

February 24, 2015

Filed under Opinion, Reviews

First off all the bashing and negative publicity that this movie and book have been getting is ridiculous and unnecessary. I have not read the book and I’m sure many things that were probably important to the story were left out of the movie. “50 Shades of Grey” the movie where I was the only male in the movie theater who was not accompanied by someone else. The...

Newest ‘Hunger Games’ capitalizes on set-up of past story lines

Newest ‘Hunger Games’ capitalizes on set-up of past story lines

Monique Hansen-Garcia, Reporter

December 3, 2014

Filed under Reviews

  From the moment Katniss Everdeen appears on screen, until the moment the movie abruptly ends, every piece of the movie is like reading Suzanne...

Moreno biopic gets faithful retelling

Alisia Sanchez, Photographer

September 10, 2014

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It is actor Óscar Jaenada’s noteworthy performance as comedian-actor Mario Moreno that brings to life the beautiful biopic film “Cantinflas,” and it is this performance alone that gives the film its undeniable glory. Jaenada’s performance is an entertaining, quick-witted and zealous force that is competent enough to pay homage, respectably, to the man behind Mexico’s...

Movie Review- Spider-Man sequel caters to hardcore fanbase

Bertin Rodriguez, Editor in Chief

May 7, 2014

Filed under Commentary

“The Amazing Spider-Man 2” is what you expect from a sequel to a very successful reboot, but with all the new characters and information they threw at us they had enough for another movie in there. The cast was great like the first film, and they use every special effect they could get their hands on to make this movie beautiful visually. Andrew Garfield, who plays Peter...

Movie Review- A whole new family, another haunted house, but more laughs

Bertin Rodriguez, Editor-in-Chief

April 23, 2014

Filed under Commentary

With its big success over the first movie, “A Haunted House,” Marlon Wayans and co-writer Rick Alvarez go back to the well and made a sequel, “A Haunted House 2.”  This movie is almost a carbon copy of the first movie with some hilarious new actors and the return of great characters from before. The movie opens with Wayans, who plays Malcolm, and comedian Affion...

Movie Review- Ferrera and Peña make movie ripe for the picking

Bertin Rodriguez, Editor in Chief

April 2, 2014

Filed under Commentary, Opinion, Reviews

“Cesar Chavez: An American Hero” is the right way to make a biography movie that shows the history of an important event in time. From beginning to end, the film will have you on a rollercoaster of emotions from happy to sad and back again. It follows Cesar Chavez, one of the most important civil rights leaders of the modern era, and the struggle between the farm workers...

Movie Review- ‘Rise of an Empire’ lives up to hype

Robert Mullen, Sports Editor

March 19, 2014

Filed under Commentary, Opinion, Reviews

Sequels these days are usually bad, but fans of the original “300” will love “300: Rise of an Empire,” and they won’t be the only ones who end up enjoying this stylistic action flick. “Rise of an Empire” for the most part runs concurrent with the original film, though its focus is different. While the first film’s attention is fixed almost wholly on the Spartans...

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