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Opinion: ‘Better Call Saul’ Emmys drought continues

Ruben Montoya, Opinion Editor September 23, 2022

Following the 74th Primetime Emmys “Better Call Saul” fans were left disappointed as the AMC hit show was left without winning a single one of their 16 nominations this year. So the Emmy drought continues....

That’s on period! Megan Thee Stallion is officially part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (via

Catching Cases Left and Right: She-Hulk Episode 3 Recap

Robbie Doctor, Sports Editor September 9, 2022

Episode 3: The People v. Emil Blonsky. Fresh off taking his own fist to the face, Emil Blonsky is seen back in his shark tank cell and greeted by a fuming Jen Walters. Pressed and assuming the worst,...

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Staff Picks: Nobody

Christian Miller September 8, 2022

A heavily debated topic amongst moviegoers: What makes a great movie? In other words, what separates a great movie from a good one? There are a variety of components in this equation. The screenplay,...

There’s an old saying: it ain’t easy being green. And Jen Walters is realizing this reality more and more (Photo courtesy of Marvel Studios)

A Harsh Hero’s Welcome for Ms. Green: She-Hulk Episode 2 Recap

Robbie Doctor, Sports Editor September 2, 2022

Episode 2: “Superhuman Law” resumes shortly after Titania destroys the courthouse and attempts to kill the entire jury with a table. Our hero, Jen Walters transforms into her Hulk form for the first...

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Staff Picks: Faults

Isaiah McCoy September 1, 2022

“Faults” by Riley Stearns is a cinematic juggernaut for me. It uses control and the subversion of expectation to completely blindside its audience before the film's actual intent is revealed. The film...

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The Green Law: She-Hulk Episode 1 Recap

Lucinda Ramirez August 31, 2022

Supers have a new face of hero law. Jen Walters: Attorney at Law. Created by writer Stan Lee and artist John Buscema, She-Hulk first appeared in The Savage She-Hulk #1, cover-dated in February, 1980,...

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Staff Picks: Mother!

Jasmine Hill August 24, 2022

“Mother!” is a cinematic masterpiece that reveals a deeper meaning of mother nature and the stories in the Bible. This movie had me confused from start to finish when I first watched it. It begins...

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Staff Picks: Titanic

Bridgette Estrada August 16, 2022

In James Cameron’s 1997 film, “Titanic,” new generations are able to experience a breath-taking love story that ends with a treasure chest filled with memories worth more than any diamond, even the...

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Staff Picks: Bird Box

Sumaiya Baggia August 9, 2022

“Bird Box” is a movie about an apocalyptic world where people must keep their eyes closed outside to keep themselves from getting killed by monsters that are never shown. This movie depicts the story...

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Staff Picks: The Dark Knight Rises

Robbie Doctor August 2, 2022

My favorite movie is a fluid situation. Generally, it stays consistent with two or three films that remain in the mix. The film which remains the highest in the rankings, regardless of time passing, is...

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Staff Picks: The Karate Kid

Vanessa Benitez July 26, 2022

My favorite movie of all time is “The Karate Kid,” released in 1984, directed by John G. Avildson. I think the first time I watched was around my sophomore year of high school. I don’t remember...

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Is Avatar’s Sequel Too Late?

Andrew Garcia and Armando Sanchez June 28, 2022

The original “Avatar” was a blockbuster success that has topped the charts as the highest-grossing film in terms of lifetime gross for over a decade. SAC.Media’s Andrew Garcia and Armando Sanchez...

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