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“13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi” premieres at AT&T Stadium

“13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi” premieres at AT&T Stadium

by Katelyn Van Sligtenhorst, Editor-in-chief

January 14, 2016


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies

The sea of people waiting to get into AT&T Stadium stretched back so far that I couldn’t see the end. The air was alive with the thrum of vibrations, echoing out from the massive building, and looming screens displayed American flags. On Tuesday night, Arlington hosted the global premiere of the...

Opening Night Opens Eyes at Inaugural South Asian Film Festival

Opening Night Opens Eyes at Inaugural South Asian Film Festival

by Anna Nguyen

March 19, 2015


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Top Stories

It was a day full of awareness at the first inaugural South Asian Film Festival, held at the Angelika Film Center in Plano. Despite the hazardous icy weather, the event managed to be packed with dedicated film fanatics and beautifully worn saris. Seats were filled up within minutes, and the air was brimming...

The Golden Age of Television

by Lisa Menda

October 19, 2014


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Opinion

The present era can easily been seen as the golden age of television. Hollywood has raised the bar for the standard of television shows, with an increasing amount of shows with thick plots and deep, complex characters. Online streaming sites like Netflix and Hulu have also been described as propellers of ...

Are Celebrities Forcing their Fans to Grow Up Before they Should?

Are Celebrities Forcing their Fans to Grow Up Before they Should?

by Sarah Sarder, Journalist

December 18, 2013


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Music, Opinion

As some of the most prominent pieces in modern entertainment news, the transformation of a celebrity from kid’s star to adult professional has become the subject of much debate. But one important issue that no one seems to notice is how these transformations might affect younger fans of the stars. M...

Pan’s Labyrinth

by Lydianna Cirilo, Co-Editor-in-Chief

April 22, 2013


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Opinion

Set in 1940s Spain against the postwar repression of Franco's Spain, Pans Labyrinth is a fairy tale that centers a small girl, Ofelia, who is a lonely and dreamy child living with her mother and adoptive father. Her adopted father is a military officer tasked with 'ridding the area' of rebels. In her...

The Host Review

by Dani Castro, Business and Advertising Manager

April 15, 2013


Filed under Movies, Opinion

The movie "The Host" had a lot of expectation for those who took the time to read the book. “The movies was not bad,” senior Katie Linkletter said. "I liked it, however just like every novel turned into a motion picture. It will never be able to compete with how amazing the book is.” "The Host" is...

Skyfall

by Dani Castro, Business and Advertising Manager

February 19, 2013


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies

James Bond dynamic career as 007 continues in the next unfathomable events in the newest movie called Skyfall. Any James Bond fans will feel their heart drop in this one, due to the fact that…SPOILER ALER…. M dies in the end. Although the ending maybe obvious to a few, the journey does not lose excitement...

Witch Hunters, New Hansel and Gretel

by Brianna Lee, Staff

February 14, 2013


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies

Everyone is familiar with the Brothers Grimm version of “Hansel and Gretel”, two siblings left out in the woods by their parents to starve. They find a witch’s house made out of candy. Kids finding a house made of candy. Doesn’t that sound amazing? Then they are caught by the witch and are used...

Looped In Time

by Reuben Pena, Staff

October 24, 2012


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Opinion

Rubbing the movie ticket between the fingers, the brain imagines scenes of unknown history filmed in colors only the darkest pit of the brain can describe. Sweat forms droplets on your nose as time etches closer to the inked show time shaded on the ticket. These sensations can be felt when experiencing...

Spring Showstoppers

by Austin Shea

February 17, 2012


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies

Some people need to take breaks from life, and movies can be where breaks occur. Spring is usually the season in which the big movies of the year start to roll out. March includes Spring Break, so there is a good chance movie revenues will sky rocket because more kids and teenagers will go out and see...

Redbox Battle

by Mitchell willetts

February 8, 2012


Filed under Movies

Netflix has been on an unstoppable rise these past few years. Not even the movie rental titan Blockbuster could beat the convenience of mailed movies and streaming shows. Verizon and movie rental kiosk company Redbox are teaming up to take on Netflix. The two companies plan on offering the same streamin...

Sony Plans on Making Assassin’s Creed into a Movie Franchise

Sony Plans on Making Assassin’s Creed into a Movie Franchise

by Jorge Carrillo

October 31, 2011


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies

Sony received the rights to the popular Assassin’s Creed video game series. With the rights to the series Sony plans on adapting the historical fiction video game franchise into a film series. Historically films based on video games, don’t have the best reputation, mostly because they all tended t...