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Godzilla vs. Kong dazzles audiences, even on the small screen
by Kenneth Rosa | staff writer The original King Kong vs. Godzilla was in 1963 and was directed by Ishirō Honda, who, along with Tomoyuki Tanaka, created the first Godzilla movie in 1954. The film was released on June 3, 1963, where we see the two (More)
Theaters in San Antonio to reopen in the coming months
by Kenneth Rosa | staff writer As more businesses are slowly beginning to open throughout San Antonio, movie theaters are beginning to reopen their doors.  “I personally like it when I went," sophomore Nicolas Gutierrez said. "The staff was alw (More)
Student favorites: movies and TV shows on streaming services
by Isai Carmona | staff writer The future is now, thousands of movies and shows at one's fingertips, allowing people to experience an endless landslide of entertainment. Streaming services create a surreal feeling of getting a bargain, but in real (More)
The best - and the worst - Christmas movies according to students
by Lily Moran| staff writer When December comes around, not only does that mean the Christmas season is here it also means that Christmas movies come back to TV. However, these movies can’t all be good ones. Johnson Students shared their favori (More)
Worth it? Or Overrated? Netflix Christmas Edition
Lauryn Chavez | sports editor Jingle Jangle After a famous toy maker, Jeronicus J (More)
Yes, I went to a movie in a theater - and really enjoyed myself
by Lily Moran |staff writer You can blame the Avengers. Right now, after too many months of being stuck at home, I am missing movie theaters. Like most of you, it was the Avengers that would draw me to the theater. And now, with theaters carefully (More)
Family Guy: Funnier than Ever
By: Emiliano Cantu It's impressive how one show managed to stay alive for more than 20 seasons and counting, with the same formula. Somehow the show still manages to stay relevant. How do they do it? Well, you're about to find out. Seth McF (More)
Mean Girls 2: Unrelatable and Unrealistic
By: Saiba Alam On 4.30.04, “Mean Girls”, starring Amanda Seyfried, Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, and screenplay by Tina Fey, hit theaters, and that too with a bang. Grossing over $129,000,000 at the box office, it quickly became a cult-classic. B (More)
Star Wars: The Force will be with you, always
by Joseph Sweeney | staff writer The dead speak! After the apparent end of the Star Wars saga in December, fans have begun wondering: “What’s next?”  Movies While Disney has ended the Skywalker saga, with Rey’s story being left fairly ambigu (More)
Les Miserables' masterclass comes to San Antonio
Emma Fischer| feature editor Like Hamilton earlier in the year, Les Miserables’ masterclass was a once in a lifetime experience. It was a smaller class, but with the smaller class we could work in smaller groups and smaller, technical parts could (More)
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