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We have survived the ‘Endgame’

Julissa Villalobos

May 2, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Movies, Reviews

11 years and 22 movies later, Marvel has delivered the three-hour Cinematic event of every Marvel fan's life. The end date to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the day Marvel's Endgame was released was on April 26.Keeping a promise to Anthony and Joseph Russo, this will be a spoiler free review. For those...

The unfortunate film

Quinae Austin, Staff Writer

May 1, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Reviews

"A Fortunate Man" was not good and it was extremely long. It doesn't grab the viewers attention quickly because there was too much drama going on early in the film. If you're fascinated by a Victorian style wardrobe and a heavy Danish language, that's by far the best parts of the film. "A Fortunate...

Our Falcon songbirds spring sing

Our Falcon songbirds spring sing

Quinae Austin, Staff Writer

April 30, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

The Cerritos College Music Department and the Cerritos College Choir along with selected associated student soloist presented the 13th Annual Spring Sing Concert on April 28. The concert was held in Long Beach at the California Heights United Methodist Church. The lovely melodies soothed all ears...

Kate Del Castillo is back in ‘La Reina Del Sur 2’

Kate Del Castillo is back in ‘La Reina Del Sur 2’

Eunice Barron

April 29, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Reviews

Telemundo premiered one of its most anticipated crime-drama television series, La Reina Del Sur season two on April 22, its grand comeback on the small screen did not disappoint due to its great storyline and production. The OG Queen of the South is back and bolder than ever! This new season is...

‘Someone Great’ is not your cliche breakup movie

Marilyn Parra

April 25, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Reviews

“Someone Great,” is a movie that caters to all women and men dealing with relationships and most importantly gives a realistic look into the hardships of ending a relationship in a funny way of storytelling. The movie focuses on three women who live in New York City dealing with relationship and...

La Llorona NOT “La Yerona”

Julissa Villalobos

April 24, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Reviews

The creepiest of Mexican tales has made it to the big screen in its first film adaptation, The Curse of La Llorona hit box offices Apr. 18 and is here to haunt this new generation of children.The chilling story of La Llorona stays its authentic and creepy self in this modern rendition, with the only i...

‘Homecoming’ is more than just a fun concert

‘Homecoming’ is more than just a fun concert

Marilyn Parra, Co-Online Editor

April 23, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Music, Reviews

Beyonce headlined Coachella as the first black woman to do so. She broke records and made history with her two-hour long performance dedicated to Historically Black Colleges and Universities most celebrated time of the year, homecoming season. Beyonce released her two-hour long documentary, "Homecoming,"...

‘After’ is every college girl’s fantasy

‘After’ is every college girl’s fantasy

Eunice Barron, Co-Online Editor

April 22, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Reviews

One of the most talked about romantic drama films of the year, "After" premiered on April 12 in theaters everywhere and it's sexy, steamy and surprisingly good. The story is basically every college girl's fantasy of their ideal romance where they fall in love with an irresistibly handsome bad boy. "After"...

‘Ventura’ is more than a Trebled relationship story

‘Ventura’ is more than a Trebled relationship story

Marilyn Parra, Co-Online Editor

April 21, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Music, Reviews

Five months after releasing his “Oxnard” album, Anderson .Paak came back with a wide-ranging R&B album titled, “Ventura,” proving he is a true artist with a passion for storytelling through his music. The 11 track album features six collaborations with well-known artist such as Andre 3000,...

A Star is Reborn! in Netflix’s Luis Miguel-The Series

A Star is Reborn! in Netflix’s Luis Miguel-The Series

Eunice Barron, Co Online Editor

April 19, 2019


Filed under Arts, Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Reviews

Luis Miguel-The Series: season one is now available on Netflix for the U.S. audience to watch the interestingly mysterious private life of one of the most successful artists in Latin America of all time and it is nostalgically great! The authorized biographical television series is based on the life...

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