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The New York Times cited that in addition to a lack of Latino actors, there is a lack of Latino executives, producers, and directors as well. Photo by: Peyton Redmond

Opinion: Let’s talk about Latino (mis)representation

Anna Guerra December 7, 2020

Despite being avid media consumers, Latinos have and continue to be historically underrepresented and misportrayed in film and TV.  As activism, equality and inclusivity continue to grow in our society,...

Don't throw away old Disney CDs because someday your crazy friend will need a photo of them. Photo by: Lily Carnagie

Are the originals really better?

Livia Vertucci November 20, 2020

The OG movies hold a special place in our hearts, do the remakes measure up? From Disney to Touchstone, there have been movie failures and masterpieces. Sure, we've all been disappointed after watching...

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Drive-Ins are coming back

Jocelyn Wood October 27, 2020

 Rolling back to the 50’s with Ventura County's drive-in Back in May, with the cancelation of the 2020 Ventura County Fair, Ventura was able to bring in “Concerts In Your Car.” The event debuted...

‘Tis the season to grab a blanket and watch “The Santa Clause”

‘Tis the season to grab a blanket and watch “The Santa Clause”

Yasmin Myers December 19, 2019

 Every other Christmas movie is inferior and that’s just facts [dropcap size=small]o[/dropcap]nce Thanksgiving ends, the festive spirit grows, just like the Grinch’s heart did on Christmas day. Holiday...

Drawing by: Summer Yovanno

Movie Review: “Mid90s”

Summer Yovanno November 16, 2018

The comedy-drama movie, "Mid90s," was released on Oct. 19 of this year. The movie takes place in Los Angeles during the 1990s. The main character is a 13-year-old boy named Stevie. Stevie comes from...

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