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Movie Masterpieces Part 3 – Movies From Our Childhood

“Peter Pan” from Oscar Beltran My favorite movie of all time has to be the original 1953 Walt Disney Pictures, “Peter Pan.” This was the very first Disney film I had ever watched and I fell in...

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Movie Masterpieces Part 2 – Dramas

“Good Will Hunting” from Frank Liang It was difficult for me to choose a favorite movie of all time since I have so many, so I chose one of my favorite movies: “Good Will Hunting” directed by...

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Movie Masterpieces Part 1 – Action and Sci-Fi

“Kill Bill Vol. 1” from Amelia Alim In 2003, Quentin Tarantino directed a cinematic masterpiece and my favorite movie of all time: “Kill Bill: Vol. 1.” This movie gained attention for the thrilling...

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“Cruella” Movie Review and Its Inclusive Cast

Delilah Perez, Arts & Entertainment Editor June 7, 2021

Engaging. Exceptional. Well-crafted. From start to end “Cruella” was all of these things. Disney’s “Cruella” was released on Disney Plus and in theaters on May 28. The film was directed and exquisitely...

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Demon Slayer Movie is a Must See

Eric Tadeo, Staff Reporter May 20, 2021

“Demon Slayer-The Movie-Mugen Train”, directed by Haruo Sotozaki, finally hit North American theaters on April 23. It became the highest grossing movie in Japan’s history—surpassing the movie “Spirited...

OPINION: From The Red Carpet to The Soapbox

OPINION: From The Red Carpet to The Soapbox

Kristen Sanchez, Features Editor May 7, 2021

Dear Celebrities, I don’t care about your political leanings. Sincerely, A 20-year-old suburban girl who might be secretly envious of your fame and success...but that is beside the point. While...

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The Marvel Cinematic Universe will Welcome Us Back to the Big Screens

Amber Ortiz, Editor in Chief May 7, 2021

2020 was a tough year and it didn’t help that Marvel Studios didn’t release a film during the whole pandemic. Instead, they pushed back release dates for their scheduled films like “Black Widow.”...

ImagineFest 2021

ImagineFest 2021

Delilah Perez, Arts & Entertainment Editor May 3, 2021

Opportunity is presented as Mt. SAC’s Media Arts Festival 2021 ImagineFest, begins May 21. As this three day event is approaching, high school and college students alike will have the chance to partake...

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The Movies are Back but Masks Stay On

Delilah Perez, Arts & Entertainment Editor April 9, 2021

The place where first dates are notorious for occurring, where sneaking snacks into the building are essential and where watching the previews were the second best thing to the actual showing, is finally...

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Minari: Worth Every Penny

Delilah Perez, Arts & Entertainment Editor March 9, 2021

“Minari” recently won the golden globe for Best Foreign Language Motion Picture at the 78th annual Golden Globes, and it is clear why. “Minari” was produced by A24 and Plan B Entertainment and...

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The Golden Globes: A Look at the Winners

Delilah Perez, A&E Editor March 1, 2021

At the 78th annual Golden Globes awards ceremony yesterday evening, many blockbuster movies were nominated and the winners of various categories were awarded. Categories such as best motion picture drama,...

The Queens Gambit: Netflixs Checkmate

The Queen’s Gambit: Netflix’s Checkmate

Jaylen Minnich Hall, News Editor January 25, 2021

*WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD* Based on the 1983 book by Walter Tevis, “The Queen’s Gambit,” directed by Scott Frank, follows the life of orphan chess prodigy Beth Harmon as she comes to age during the...

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