Movie Review: Avengers 3: To Infinity and Beyond

By Aryanna Zavala, Copy Editor A roller coaster is the perfect way to describe a viewer’s feelings when watching the newest installment of the Avengers Franchise, Infinity War. The film was released in the United States on April 27, 2018, a week before its initial release, May 4th. It was predicted to make $245 million in its opening weekend, but it exceeded expectations, making $257,698,183. … Continue reading Movie Review: Avengers 3: To Infinity and Beyond

Movie Review: Everyone’s Favorite Mutant Regenerated for Sequel

By Miya Murata and Aryanna Zavala The regenerative superhuman Wade Wilson, also known as “Deadpool” returns for a sequel and once again beats any enemy that comes his way. Deadpool’s funny and silly personality also repeats in Deadpool 2 and makes the audience remember why they love him so much. The film was released on May 10, which was only three weeks after Avengers: Infinity … Continue reading Movie Review: Everyone’s Favorite Mutant Regenerated for Sequel

Movie Review: Infinity War – To Infinity and Beyond

By Aryanna Zavala, Copy Editor A roller coaster is the perfect way to describe a viewer’s feelings when watching the newest installment of the Avengers Franchise, Infinity War. The film was released in the United States on April 27, 2018, a week before its initial release, May 4th. It was predicted to make $245 million in its opening weekend, but it exceeded expectations, making $257,698,183. … Continue reading Movie Review: Infinity War – To Infinity and Beyond

Movie Review: Wakanda Forever

By Miya Murata and Aryanna Zavala, Clarion Staff When Black Panther was announced, movie goers got excited because it was going to emphasize the beautiful culture of Africa. Due to the current political climate in the United States, people were ready for a film that showcased the interesting and magnificent African culture and put African Americans front and center. Ryan Coogler, Sac State alumni and … Continue reading Movie Review: Wakanda Forever

Pew Pew the Movie

By Brandan Wong, Clarion Staff Star Wars: The Last Jedi is a pretty nice piece of work. I haven’t been this excited for a theatrical release since the sequels to Beverly Hills Chihuahua and Alvin and the Chipmunks. So pretty much what’s going on is Rey rolls up to some island where the man Luke Skywalkin’ On-These-Haters is living some hermit lifestyle for whatever reason, … Continue reading Pew Pew the Movie

Fall Movie Reviews: Blood, Gore, and Horror Galore

By Cynthia Dominguez, Clarion Staff Despite reality having enough actual horror in real life this past year, the movie industry decided that we also needed a flood of fictional horror. Throughout summer and fall months, countless horror movies rushed into theaters, preparing moviegoers for the ultimate celebration of horror,  Halloween.  Undeniably one of the most anticipated movies of the year, It stole the attention of movie … Continue reading Fall Movie Reviews: Blood, Gore, and Horror Galore

A Fantastic Review for a Fantastic Movie

By Aaron Soliz, Clarion Staff After nearly five years since the last installment of the Harry Potter series, loyal fans can finally rejoice as they enter the wizarding world once again in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. The film is based on J.K. Rowling’s book of the same title, and serves as a prequel to the Harry Potter series. Director David Yates, who … Continue reading A Fantastic Review for a Fantastic Movie

Movie Review: Sing

By Breanna Thomas, Clarion Staff Garth Jennings has created an amazing animated comedy musical which depicts a koala bear named Buster Moon, who owns a theater that he is struggling to keep open. The film Sing showcases Buster dreaming to make his father proud by staging a hit show in the theater. Buster tried multiple show ideas but none worked until he has the brilliant … Continue reading Movie Review: Sing

Movie Review: Going Rogue from Star Wars Norms Proves Success

By Dominic J Larsen, Clarion Staff Since the initial purchase of Star Wars and Lucasfilms by Disney in 2012, the company has expanded the franchise extensively. They started by releasing a number of canon comics, books, and the seventh Star Wars film, The Force Awakens. In December last year, they took it one step further by releasing their first non-episodic movie, Rogue One. This movie … Continue reading Movie Review: Going Rogue from Star Wars Norms Proves Success

Movie Review: Why Him?

By Leticia Esparza, Clarion Staff John Hamburg created a movie starring Bryan Cranston, Zoey Deutch, and James Franco, about an overprotective father played by Cranston who travels all the way to California to visit his daughter at college, where she meets her boyfriend, a smiling scoundrel named Laird Mayhew (Franco). Franco, who has been cast as a mischievous flake in numerous roles before, excels in … Continue reading Movie Review: Why Him?