It’s been two months since “Captain Marvel” was released to theaters, and I still haven’t gotten around to seeing the film. After watching “Avengers: Endgame,” I’m kinda glad I didn’t go out of my way to watch her half baked introduction into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
“Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile” dropped on Netflix May 3, bringing the film into the homes of viewers much sooner than eager audiences had anticipated.
Three University of La Verne communications students won the audience award at the eighth annual San Bernardino International Film Festival last weekend.
The final piece of the puzzle has been set out marking the end of the Avengers series this past weekend with the release of “Avengers: Endgame.”
The Pomona College Asian American Resources Center presented a screening of “Out of State,” a documentary directed and produced by Ciara Lacy.
The movie “Little,” which released this past weekend, did not leave an impressionable mark.
The movie adaptation of Anna Todd’s bestselling novel “After” hit theaters Friday, but the film, unsurprisingly, failed at doing the book justice, leaving me disappointed.
University of La Verne librarian Donna Bentley discusses Marian the Librarian from the film “The Music Man,” her personal favorite, last week in the Wilson Library.
The second adaptation of Stephen King’s “Pet Sematary” debuted last Friday, and if you are anything like me, you were waiting at the box office Thursday night just to see it. Unfortunately, my waiting proved to be disappointing.
The Pomona Humanities Studio at the Claremont Colleges hosted a screening of the 2017 movie “The Disaster Artist” March 27. This event was followed by a questionnaire session with Greg Sestero, the author of the book the movie was based on.