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‘God of War’s’ first few hours are amazing

‘God of War’s’ first few hours are amazing

Ulises Duenas

April 24, 2018


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As soon as the game starts it becomes clear that this isn't like any other "God of War" game in the series. The series protagonist Kratos is still the main character; but he's very different now. The backdrop of Greek mythology has been swapped with Norse mythology. The story focuses on character an...

‘Isle of Dogs’ captivates and delights its audience in typical Wes Anderson fashion

‘Isle of Dogs’ captivates and delights its audience in typical Wes Anderson fashion

Angel Ortega

April 20, 2018


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With its exceptional writing and wonderful vocal performances, “Isle of Dogs” is one of Wes Anderson’s best films. Anderson, a writer, producer and director of Isle of Dogs, has established himself in modern cinema with his unique artistic style. With notable films like “The Royal Ten...

HBO’s ‘André the Giant’ documentary shows the man behind the legend

HBO’s ‘André the Giant’ documentary shows the man behind the legend

Ulises Duenas

April 19, 2018


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Before The Rock and John Cena, even before Hulk Hogan, there was one man who transcended the world of professional wrestling and became larger than life. André Roussimoff "André the Giant" was a walking, living myth. HBO's documentary does a great job of showing what André's persona as...

‘Ready Player One’ delivers on nostalgia but lacks character

‘Ready Player One’ delivers on nostalgia but lacks character

Ulises Duenas

April 16, 2018


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"Ready Player One" feels like a celebration of pop culture as whole. It has some really cool visuals and most of the references to movies and games are fun, but it also lacks a good core. The story and characters should have carried this movie through all the flashy scenes and references. In execution, th...

‘Extinction’ wastes your time

‘Extinction’ wastes your time

Ulises Duenas

April 15, 2018


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Sometimes when I buy something, I feel like a prisoner to my own bad decision. I have to get my money's worth out of something even if it's a waste of time. "Extinction" is a game that costs $60 and the best thing that can come from playing it is being able to tell people not to buy it.There's no point...

‘The Leisure Seeker’ is a heartfelt romantic-comedy

‘The Leisure Seeker’ is a heartfelt romantic-comedy

Angel Ortega

April 14, 2018


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Though the film 'The Leisure Seeker' is an emotionally driven film, it does have flaws that almost lead it to its demise.The film “The Leisure Seeker,” John (Donald Sutherland) and Ella Spencer (Helen Mirren) are a retired couple who are cared for by their children, Jane (Janel Moloney) ...

‘Mario and Luigi: Superstar Saga’ is better than ever

‘Mario and Luigi: Superstar Saga’ is better than ever

April 9, 2018


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 Mario and Luigi are the most iconic duo in gaming. They've had games across a wide variety of genres, but some of their best games are RPG's. "Mario and Luigi: Superstar Saga" originally came out in 2003, but it's recently been remade for the 3DS. This new version updates the vi...

Fifty years later: ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ continues to inspire future filmmakers

Fifty years later: ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ continues to inspire future filmmakers

Angel Ortega

April 5, 2018


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After 50 years since its release, “2001: A Space Odyssey’s” groundbreaking practical effects, cinematography and visualizations continue to hold the benchmark for future directors, filmmakers and cinematic auteurs. “2001: A Space Odyssey,” adapted from a short story by sci-fi author Arthur...

Five underrated games worth checking out

Five underrated games worth checking out

Ulises Duenas

April 3, 2018


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For this list, I wanted to pick some underrated games that are easily obtainable and can be found for a good price. The list is in no particular order. 1. Spec Ops: The LineMy first impression of "Spec Ops" was that it was a generic third-person military shooter game. After a while, it becomes clear that the ...

‘Trimps’ is all you need

‘Trimps’ is all you need

Ulises Duenas

March 18, 2018


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Incremental games are extremely simple and after a while they basically play themselves. A ton of these games have been released in the past five years, but the one that get its right the most is "Trimps."When a game of "Trimps" begins the player will gather food and wood and then start using Trimps to do al...

‘Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool’ delivers a flawed, but poignant romance

‘Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool’ delivers a flawed, but poignant romance

Angel Ortega

March 15, 2018


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Though the film does not deliver anything noteworthy in terms of cinematic value, “Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool” brings a heartfelt and emotional romance to the big screen. Recently featured at The Pageant in Chico, “Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool” follows t...

Bach Festival showcases classical music

Bach Festival showcases classical music

Natalie Hanson

March 14, 2018


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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E9JQ1cSyoXo&feature=youtu.be On the same weekend Uncle Dad's Art Collective brought songs of Stevie Wonder, Chico Performances teamed up with School Of The Arts to present the 2018 Chico Bach Festival. The Bach Festival offered a different experience called Vivaldi...

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