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Which movie will you miss the most because the film studio has decided to postpone its original release date in light of the COVID-19 pandemic?
Which movie will you miss the most because the film studio has decided to postpone its original release date in light of the COVID-19 pandemic?
Which movie will you miss the most because the film studio has decided to postpone its original release date in light of the COVID-19 pandemic?

Get ready to sing along with Disney Plus’ latest movie adaptation of the young adult novel, ‘Stargirl’

By Hope Li  /  March 22, 2020
In a March 13 interview with USA Today, Grace VanderWaal said she wrote her song, “Today and Tomorrow,” on the...
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Go green with McDonald’s latest St. Patrick’s Day creation: Oreo Shamrock McFlurry

By Kristima Aryal  /  March 19, 2020
Although St. Patrick’s Day has passed, and Americans are living under the coronvirus threat, it doesn’t mean you cannot enjoy...
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The one in which I’m excited for the ‘Friends’ reunion

By Isaac Choi  /  March 18, 2020
“So no one told you life was gonna be this way …” “I’ll be there for you.” Yes, those iconic...
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Netflix’s new Top 10 features ease subscribers’ viewing choices

By Andrew Park  /  March 18, 2020
Adults have Rotten Tomatoes to go to if they ever need to find out what critics think about a recently...
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Despite cliche elements, Pixar’s first fantasy production, ‘Onward,’ moves with dramatic flair

By Hope Li  /  March 15, 2020
Although Disney/Pixar’s “Onward” has a predictable redemptive plot, the wholesome film impressively crafts a time-conscious story containing multiple layers within...
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“Parasite” will not be the last movie from South Korean film industry to win Oscar’s “Best Picture” award

By Elijah Jhee  /  February 24, 2020
Ninety-two years. That’s how long The Academy Awards have been awarding Oscars to prestigious movies and directors in the film...
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K-pop spotlight has its repercussions

By Chloe Lee  /  February 19, 2020
With the new BTS album coming out, BTS’ massive fan base will get to view the seven-member band’s public lives...
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Not much of a rise in creative storytelling for final installment of Star Wars saga

By Andrew Park  /  December 23, 2019
A long long time ago in a galaxy far far away … As much as this symbolic opening comes to...
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Newcomer Layton Greene’s debut EP captures listeners’ attention with songs about her rough childhood, broken relationships

By Sydnee Tallant  /  December 19, 2019
Teenagers love to listen to music and often bump out to rap songs with no meaning such as “In the...
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Cute, cliche but crazy ‘Last Christmas’ wins over hearts despite unlikely plot

By Hanna Oltman  /  December 11, 2019
In recent years, it seems that romantic comedies have taken an indefinite sabbatical (at least from the big screens). So...
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Sunny Hills’ hype cold toward ‘Frozen II’

By Casey Seon  /  November 15, 2019
Let it go, let it go Can’t hold it back anymore Let it go, let it go Turn away and...
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‘Parasite’ offers a host of themes that’s Oscar-worthy

By Andrew Park  /  November 8, 2019
Par•a•sit•ism “One in which a parasite obtains benefits from a host, which it usually injures,” according to merriam-webster.com. This is...
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‘Tall Girl’ falls short on sentimental moments but offers lots of laughs

By Charis Lee  /  November 5, 2019
She has blond hair and blue eyes and looks stunning, but one thing sets 17-year-old Jodi Kreyman apart from others...
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Halloween opens doors for extreme haunted houses in Fullerton

By Hannah Kim  /  October 23, 2019
It’s extreme, physically demanding and not for the faint of heart. The 17th Door, marketed as a haunted house, is...
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CBS’ ‘Evil’ offers spooks for Halloween

By Hannah Jeong  /  October 21, 2019
Evil takes on a new definition as CBS’s latest horror TV show delves to answer unnerving questions about the roots...
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