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‘Fate of the Furious’ Fufills Expectations and More

‘Fate of the Furious’ Fufills Expectations and More

Noah Garcia, Co- Editor- in- Chief, Print
April 18, 2017
Filed under A&E

As someone who has never seen a Fast and Furious movie, there is this continuous thought in my head asking if I'm even qualified to judge it. At the same time though, I feel that movies shouldn’t require homework and if there is any explanations due, I can pick them up along the way. Going into ...

‘Power Rangers’ is Lackluster Fun

‘Power Rangers’ is Lackluster Fun

Danielle Anzures, Staff Writer
April 17, 2017
Filed under A&E

Power Rangers, the franchise that spawned new iterations for every generation since the 90’s, released its 2017 theatrical movie March 24 and the film has its hits and misses. The movie managed to create characters that are charming and interesting, but its problems come on later as the plot progr...

Movie Review: “Personal Shopper”

Movie Review: “Personal Shopper”

Diego Crespo, Editor- in- Chief, Print
March 20, 2017
Filed under A&E

Kristen Stewart stars as Maureen, a medium and personal shopper whose twin brother recently passed away. A hollowed shell of her former self, Maureen lives a life of impersonal fabric. She works as a personal shopper for a superstar, picking up extravagant outfits and waiting to respond to every bec...

The SC Podcast- Episode 5: Doctor Who? Strange.

November 15, 2016
Filed under KRHC RADIO

SC podcast members review Marvel's Doctor Strange and how it connects to the Marvel Cinematic Universe....

‘Jackie’ is a meditation on death and legacy

‘Jackie’ is a meditation on death and legacy

Diego Crespo, Editor- in- Chief, Print
November 15, 2016
Filed under A&E

At one point in Pablo Larraín's "Jackie," the titular First Lady discusses funeral plans for her late husband, President John F. Kennedy, with Jack Valenti. She subtly usurps the procession plans for JFK's casket as Valenti grows increasingly frustrated at the First Lady before asking why she insists o...

A standard Marvel movie with a hint of Strange

A standard Marvel movie with a hint of Strange

Noah Garcia, Opinion Editor
November 9, 2016
Filed under A&E

“Doctor Strange” is, in itself, a strange character and choice for the next standalone Marvel/Disney superhero film. With audiences asking for a Black Widow movie and getting excited for other Marvel properties i.e. Black Panther, Spider Man Homecoming, etc. The decision to choose this chara...

‘The Magnificent Seven’ sticks to tradition

‘The Magnificent Seven’ sticks to tradition

Andrew Caraveo, Staff Writer
October 19, 2016
Filed under A&E

Want a formula for success? Take hollywood’s surging new star, surround him with mainstay veterans, and throw in a beloved western from the 60’s era of film to top it all off. The Magnificent Seven , directed by Antoine Fuqua who also directed films such as Training Day and Southpaw, is a remake o...

Han Solo: A scoundrel turned hero

Han Solo: A scoundrel turned hero

Pete Escobar, Staff Writer
October 19, 2016
Filed under A&E

Marvels Han Solo series has been an outstanding one so far. We’ve dug deeper into the iconic character we know and love from the original trilogy of Star Wars movies, and writer Marjorie Liu effectively implements his persona into the story. Issue #4 of the series picks up from the previous stand off...

10 Cloverfield Lane reveals the truth of the Cloverfield franchise

10 Cloverfield Lane reveals the truth of the Cloverfield franchise

Diego Crespo, Opinion Editor
March 14, 2016
Filed under A&E

Back in 2008, a movie called "Cloverfield" took the world by storm. Utilizing found footage and digital cinema to immerse the viewer in a disaster heavily inspired by our post-9/11 fears, "Cloverfield" was a monster movie but the deeper message of relationships, willpower and moments between friend...

‘The Witch’ lives deliciously

‘The Witch’ lives deliciously

Diego Crespo, Opinion Editor
March 2, 2016
Filed under A&E

Following in the footsteps of recent critical darling horror movies, "The Witch" burst onto the film festival circuit to near unanimous acclaim. Everyone fell in love with the family that was tormented by a witch in the woods, but who is Black Philip? What's up with that weird rabbit? And is it really...

Deadpool wins big at the box office

Deadpool wins big at the box office

Rose Loza, Staff Writer
February 15, 2016
Filed under A&E, Top Stories

*May contain spoilers* Hello folks! Looking for an interesting film to watch? If so, Deadpool is the movie for you! Rocking skintight red leggings with a face so hauntingly horrifying to look at, Deadpool hit the theaters bringing a personality too big for him and others. With sexual comments, ...

‘The Good Dinosaur’ isn’t the icing on the cake but it still tastes good

‘The Good Dinosaur’ isn’t the icing on the cake but it still tastes good

Danielle Anzures, Staff Writer
November 30, 2015
Filed under A&E

https://youtu.be/O-RgquKVTPE Pixar's The Good Dinosaur just came out on Nov. 25 and it is a simple yet fun film. As the trailers have done a good job of not giving too much about the film away, this article will try and follow suit. The movie is mainly about Arlo, the main dinosaur, and his journey...

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