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Swifties show off their handmade friendship bracelets before attending The Eras Tour at SoFi Stadium on Aug. 3, 2023. Photo credit: Jaya Roberts

“Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour” concert film continues to break box office records

By Jaya Roberts November 19, 2023

On Oct. 13, 2023, “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour” opened in theaters and began making waves in the film industry immediately with an estimated 4.8 million viewers during opening weekend, according to...

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Writers Guild of America wins big following historic Hollywood strike

By Riya Minglani and Pierre Michelet October 18, 2023

On Sept. 24, 2023, the Writers Guild of America announced an end to their nearly five-month-long strike. The WGA has struck a tentative deal with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers,...

Moorpark College Film Club sets up their studio for members to watch 2018 film The Chambermaid on Sept. 13, 2023. Photo credit: Brianna Perez

Moorpark College Film Club honors Latinx Heritage Month with “The Chambermaid” viewing event

By Brianna Perez September 18, 2023

On Sept. 13, 2023, Moorpark College’s Film Club took part in acknowledging the diverse cultures and history of the Latinx community through a screening of "The Chambermaid." The 2018 Mexican drama,...

Collage featured in the Moorpark College Library dedicated to the “Barbenheimer” movement. Photo credit: Bronwyn Smith

Cultural phenomenon “Barbenheimer” is more than a trend

By Bronwyn Smith September 13, 2023

“Barbie” and “Oppenheimer” are two films of contradictory subjects that, despite their differences, have found common ground in the wake of their release. Both Greta Gerwig’s “Barbie”...

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Moonshot Film Review

By Ali Wire May 12, 2022
Moonshot premiered on HBO Max on March 31, a quirky but questionable romantic comedy that has nothing to do with the moon.
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A24 Film ‘C’mon C’mon’ Sheds Light on Parenthood and The Child Mind

By Kate Hernandez February 5, 2022
Director and Writer Mike Mills presented his first black and white film "C'mon C'mon" featured Joaquin Phoenix and Woody Norman. The film portrayed the true essence of Parenthood with the stress and frustration a parent will go through, along with the understanding and confusion behind the minds of the younger generation.
Anne Stevenson, left, and Elizabeth Melcher perform in “To Who I Loved Before” during the “Student One Acts” on Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2019. The One Acts were performed in the Black Box Theatre in the Performing Arts Center. Photo credit: Justin Downes

Moorpark College Theatre Arts department presents spring semester ‘Student One Acts’

By Audrey Lang April 26, 2021
On April 30 at 8 p.m., the Moorpark College Theatre Arts program will be premiering their spring semester "Student One Acts." These pre-recorded performances will be broadcasted free to the public via Zoom.
THE SANTA CLAUSE, Eric Lloyd, Tim Allen, 1994, ©Buena Vista Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection

Staff Picks: Classic Christmas tales for the Festive Season

By Alissa Schoepflin December 24, 2020
Director Ron Howard's "How The Grinch Stole Christmas" is a combination of comedy, holiday cheer and a family-friendly film that is perfect for anyone thrilled about Christmas approaching.
Movie poster for Jeepers Creepers

Staff Picks: Terror, Shock and Relief

By Caitlin McHale October 30, 2020

Watch This! - Jeepers Creepers (Victor Salva, 2001) “Jeepers Creepers” is perhaps an underrated film of the horror genre that is a tense, exhilarating ride. Directed by Victor Salva, “Jeepers...

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