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‘Dolittle’ Review: A mess of a film and waste of time

Oscar Torres, Staff Writer

January 21, 2020

Through the years there have been many different interpretations and adaptations of the character Dr. Dolittle, first starting off as a children's novel in the 1920s, then off to the theatrical film staring Eddie Murphy. Now with...

Mary Queen of Scotts

Oceana Christopher, Staff Writer

May 13, 2019

  Mary Queen of Scotts reveals the darker side of being born royal in the Feudal age in which ruling female monarchs were few and far between and were surrounded by councils of men hoping to exact the most influence possible...

Netflix’s The Perfect Date demonstrates the importance of being yourself

Eunice Barron

April 15, 2019

Netflix premiered "The Perfect Date" on April 12, overall it was decent and despite of having a predictable storyline, it highlighted an important message for young people to take note about, the importance of being yourself. "T...

Pet Sematary: Death Equals New Life

Julissa Villalobos, Staff Writer

April 11, 2019

Originating as one of Stephen King's Horror Stories, Pet Sematary first arrived on box office screens in 1989 and returned to theaters in April 2019. Pet Sematary has been sending chills down people's spines since its conception and it's new modern remake carries on it's legacy. Trailers gave the audience the a...

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