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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 Queen's Gambit: Netflix's 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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Why “The Hunger Games” is Worth Rewatching Today

Andrew Walters January 22, 2021

I remember being in seventh grade and listening to girls geek out over the book series “The Hunger Games” being turned into a movie. The “Twilight” movies phase was over but I was interested in...

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Christmas Movie Starter Pack

Delilah Perez, Arts & Entertainment Editor November 26, 2020

Now that Thanksgiving has passed it is time to break out the Christmas trees, blast the Christmas music and start planning gifts for family and friends. With COVID-19 cases surging at the moment, gathering...

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Notable Differences From the Original “The Witches”

Delilah Perez, Arts & Entertainment Editor November 5, 2020

The 2020 remake of “The Witches” based off of the children’s dark fantasy novel “The Witches” by Roald Dahl stays true to the original, while still presenting notable differences. The 2020 remake...

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Movies Are Being Delayed Because of COVID-19

Delilah Perez, Arts & Entertainment Editor October 29, 2020

When the pandemic first hit in March, many businesses were affected and had to shut down. The movie business in particular was affected as movie theaters had to close since the movie going experience did...

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5 Scary/Horror Films to Watch Before Halloween

Delilah Perez, Arts & Entertainment Editor October 23, 2020

As October comes to a close there is still time to watch your favorite Halloween movies if you haven’t done so already. With COVID-19 being the most scary thing this season, a way for you to still get...

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“Stranger Things” Actress Stars as Sherlock Holmes Sister

Delilah Perez, Arts & Entertainment Editor October 15, 2020

The Netflix original film “Enola Holmes,” directed by Harry Bradbeer, made its debut on Sept. 23. “Enola Holmes” is a captivating film that enthralls the audience in the action and detail of each...

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Five Films to Watch this Fall Season

Delilah Perez, Arts & Entertainment Editor October 1, 2020

As the fall season officially began, the scents and characteristics of fall are starting to roll in. With leaves changing colors, seasonal pumpkin spice offerings available and the temperature dropping,...

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Mulan: A $30 Flop

Delilah Perez, Culture Editor September 22, 2020

Disney's recent release of the live-action remake of "Mulan," directed by Niki Caro, follows 2020s major theme. Disappointment. Although the film was initially set to premiere in March, it was pushed...

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