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Will 2019 see the death of creativity?

Tyler Frost, Reporter

September 19, 2019

2019 is the lowest point in the history of popular culture in the U.S. The lack of originality and creativity coming from today’s entertainers is shocking considering the many mediums for creating and releasing content. Take movies for example. In an era with the most means of advertising and promoting films, Hollywood has failed to release a surplus of great projects...

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood doesn’t disappoint

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood doesn’t disappoint

Jacob Spivey, Reporter

September 6, 2019

“Once Upon A Time in Hollywood” is a dark tale about the orchestration of the murders of Sharon Tate and four other victims. A terrible night took...

CSUB students watch “Defamation Experience” and explore issues of race, religion, gender, and class

CSUB students watch “Defamation Experience” and explore issues of race, religion, gender, and class

February 9, 2018

California State University Bakersfield students, community members, and faculty gathered together on Feb. 6 to watch a performance of “Defamation ...

Classical movies: Should they keep being remade?

Cinthia Loera and Carissa Diaz

October 7, 2015

PRO Being someone who loves both old and recent movies, I tend not to have a problem with old movies being remade. At times when I watch classic films, I actually wonder what they would look like if they were able to be remade by more recent directors with access to better resources. When remaking films, directors choose to either stick to its original as close as poss...

The Rock stars in new film

Alana Garrett, Reporter

February 27, 2013

Snitches don’t just get stitches, they get a lot more than that in Ric Roman Waugh’s film Snitch. The film stars Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and features other cast members such as Academy Award Winner Susan Sarandon and Jon Bernthal, who starred as Shane Walsh in The Walking Dead. The film follows Johnson who plays as John Matthews as he becomes an informant aka a...

Maya Cinema brings special nights

Nestor Fernandez, Reporter

September 19, 2012

As far as getting good entertainment for your dollar goes, the Maya Cinemas in downtown Bakersfield can boast of something no other big screen theater in town currently offers. Calling it Classic Series Thursdays, they bring back great films of the past to give audiences another movie-going option at an affordable price. Along with amenities like stadium seating, reclining...

D-BOX adds nothing to movie experience

D-BOX adds nothing to movie experience

Nate Perez, Reporter

May 2, 2012

The D-BOX warning label states that hot liquids should not be anywhere near the motion-enabled seats. Nor should pregnant women, the elderly, people with...

Renegade Rip Podcast 3-14-12


March 14, 2012

This is your Renegade Rip Podcast for March 13 2012. This edition is hosted by Hannah Breeland. After the news brief, we discuss the "Hunger Games",  an upcoming film coming out March 23.

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