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@ the movies

“The Lion King” is a lifelong favorite

April 2, 2018 10:00pm | Kayla Saenz

If you have ever watched The Lion King your life is complete. The Lion King came out in 1994, and was filmed by Walt Disney Feature Animation. This film tells about Mufasa the king of The Pride Lands, and a father to his cub Simba. […]

WWII movie showcases different perspective

March 30, 2018 9:33pm | Andrea Garcia

Great Britain faces imminent threat of invasion after France falls to Adolf Hitler’s Nazi’s. The Nazi’s seem unstoppable as they advance through all of Europe without much opposition. The Brits and French have now been pushed to the beaches of Dunkirk hoping that their newly […]

“Thank You for Your Service” is more than a war film

March 6, 2018 11:07am | Ashley Thunderhawk

Jason Hall directed Thank You For Your Service, a movie that shadows the struggles that soldiers have from coming back to the civilian life after serving overseas. Throughout the movie three soldiers come home from deployment and transition back into civilian life. Thank You For […]

“Winchester” shines a light on haunted house

February 15, 2018 3:58pm | Ashley Thunderhawk

Brothers Peter and Michael Spierig brought us Winchester, a story about “the house that ghosts built” earlier this month. The Spierig brothers are also responsible for keeping us up at night after the release of Jigsaw in the fall of last year. Winchester embarks on […]

“The Lovely Bones” is heartbreaking

February 13, 2018 4:31pm | Savanna Guevara

“My name is Salmon, like the fish; first name Susie. I was 14 years old when I was murdered on December 6, 1973. I was here for a moment and then I was gone. I wish you all a long and happy life.” The Lovely […]

“Happy Death Day” scarier than anticipated

January 14, 2018 9:32am | Nicole Rice

It might look like a typical, normal, cheesy horror movie at first, but Happy Death Day has surprised people with the level of horror it contains. Most people love their birthdays; what would happen if someone could relive that day forever but had to die in […]

“Miracles From Heaven” is a touching movie

January 6, 2018 1:35pm | Kayla Saenz

Based on a true story about a little girl named Anna Beam (Kylie Rogers) whose mother Christy Beam (Jennifer Garner) discovers that her 10-year-old daughter has a Rare incurable disease, this movie is one that will touch the hearts of viewers. Anna’s condition became terribly […]

“The Edge of Seventeen” keeps you on the edge of your seat

December 25, 2017 12:10pm | Savanna Guevara

The Edge of Seventeen is a story in which a seventeen-year-old year doesn’t like her appearance or personality and goes through hard times, which push this hatred of herself farther. Nadine Franklin has issues within herself which cause herself confidence to plumet. The movie follows Nadine […]

“Jumanji 2” is good for laughs

December 19, 2017 1:02pm | Nicole Rice

Jake Kasdan is back at it with a new movie, Jumanji 2, Welcome to the Jungle. This movie was made as a tribute to the first movie and keeps up with the story we all know and love from the original Jumanji with the game […]

“Remember Me Coco” is full of passion

December 16, 2017 11:07am | Scarlet Carrillo

Miguel is a young boy with a deep passion and love for music, but his family banned music from their family and home long before he was born. In an attempt to play music and prove himself to his family he steals the guitar of […]