‘One Direction’ rocks the Rose Bowl with three sold-out shows

Jocilyn Garcia, Freelancer
September 17, 2014
Filed under Arts, Music, Reviews

On Friday, Sept. 12, One Direction sold out three nights at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif. Approximately 90,000 people attended, including celebrities like Mark Wahlberg, Wiz Khalifa, Simon Cowell and others. The opening act, 5 Seconds of Summer, held a very good performance. The main act, One... Read more »

Review: ‘Dame To Kill For’ fails expectations

Carlos Holguin
September 5, 2014
Filed under Arts, Reviews

Sporting a star studded cast, it's a disappointment that the much anticipated "Sin City: A Dame To Kill For" falls very short of expectations.In April 2005, the original "Sin City," directed by Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller, released to generally positive reviews and made over $74 million.... Read more »

Expendables 3: A truly ‘expendable’ movie

Angel Esqueda
August 27, 2014
Filed under Arts, Reviews

If you’re bored at home staring at your ceiling and for some reason are thinking about watching The Expendables 3 – don’t. It’s practically the same thing. Mind numbingly boring. So, the movie jumps straight into the action with a train... Read more »

Review: Spider-Man reaches amazing heights

Grester Celis-Acosta, Associate Opinion Editor
May 7, 2014
Filed under Arts, Reviews

One word describes "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" and it’s located in the title. ‘Amazing.’ This new Spider-Man movie was glorious. It had... Read more »

Review: ‘Oculus’ successfully frightens and intrigues

Katherine Grijalva, Copy Editor
April 15, 2014
Filed under Arts, Reviews

Created by the producers of Paranormal Activity and Insidious, and directed by Mike Flanagan, '... Read more »

Review: ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ exceeds standards of superhero genre

Carlos Holguin, Associate Arts Editor
April 11, 2014
Filed under Arts, Reviews

'Captain America: The Winter Solider' is a modern political spy thriller that not only exceeds the standards of movies from the superhero genre, but... Read more »

Review: ‘Non-Stop’ packs a punch

Gustavo Olguin, Managing Editor
March 4, 2014
Filed under Arts, Reviews

Liam Neeson shatters the idea of 'Non-Stop' being another movie that follows the 'Taken' movies and reminds everyone that he is still the... Read more »

Review: Robocop is Robocrap

Gustavo Lopez, Copy Editor
February 24, 2014
Filed under Arts, Reviews

The movie industry had the technology and the 80's icon and it still managed to mess "Robocop" up. The movie was so far up its behind, it lacked consistency in terms of theme and the writing was strained. ... Read more »

Review: The LEGO Movie is a pleasant surprise

Armando Jacobo, Copy Editor
February 20, 2014
Filed under Arts, Reviews

Armando Jacobo reviews the much anticipated movie for Talon Marks. No feet were harmed for this review. Phil Lord and Christopher Miller bring the creative adaptation of... Read more »

Review: ‘That Awkward Moment’ is a fresh take on romance

Alexandra Scoville, Editor-In-Chief
February 4, 2014
Filed under Arts, Reviews

Hey girls, guys eat ice cream when they are depressed too. “That Awkward Moment” is such a refreshing movie that it will make your heart beat fast, your eyes swell up with tears, and don’t forget that pain in your side when you laugh a lot. This movie has it all, it’s pretty obvious that girls... Read more »