Category Archive: Film

Instructions Not Included: Maturity, Adulthood, and Parenthood

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By Priscilla Lynn Gonzalez Contributing Writer If you’re lucky enough, someone will unexpectedly enter your life, flip your world upside down, and help you realize just how selfish and cowardly you’ve been living.… Continue reading

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The Great Gatsby: Dating the Timeless

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By Priscilla Lynn Gonzalez Contributing Writer Taking place in America’s crazed and beautiful Jazz Age, F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby critiques selfish naivety, desperation, excess and decadence and the idealistic “American Dream.”… Continue reading

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Filly Brown: A Hispanic Paint-by-Numbers

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                by Priscilla Lynn Gonzalez Contributing Writer “You don’t get it, do you? What you know about real?” These two lines can easily serve as the… Continue reading

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42: “Throw Me Something I Can Hit. What Are You Afraid Of?”

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By Priscilla Lynn Gonzalez Contributing Writer Despite being bumped off its number one spot in the box office, the Jackie Robinson biopic, 42, is still all the buzz amongst teens and adults, sports… Continue reading

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‘Bless Me, Ultima’: Hey Hollywood! Ultima’s ready to move in and so are we

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By Armando Huipe Staff Writer When I received the call from our Editor-in-Chief informing me that I would have the chance to review the film adaptation of Bless Me, Ultima, I recalled reading… Continue reading

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