Category Archives: Entertainment

Top 3 Movies to Watch in March at the Cinema

Lachin Kerbabaeva – Online Editor On March 4, the long-awaited film The Batman by Matt Reeves was released. The inimitable Robert Pattinson played the leading role. The director promised to show a completely new version of Bruce Wayne and the “darkest” film about Gotham City. Billionaire Bruce Wayne (Robert Pattinson) is called the “Prince of Gotham.” After the murder of his

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Netflix’s The Witcher: Where The Monsters Under The Bed Live

Jamonique Waite – Staff Writer Set in an era where magic and the legend of the creatures that live under our beds exists, The Witcher, a TV series on Netflix written by Lauren Schmidt Hissrich, Declan de Barra, Andrzej Sapkowski, Beau DeMayo, Jenny Klein and Haily Hall, tells the story of Geralt of Rivia, played by the impeccable Henry Cavill,

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New Movies You Won’t Want to Miss

Lachin Kerbabaeva – Online Editor Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: ​​Return to Hogwarts has been out on HBOmax since Jan. 1.  This documentary is dedicated to the twentieth anniversary of the release of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. However, it tells the audience about the entire cycle of films. Footage chronicles revive the brightest moments from filming, and grown actors share their memories. 

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Why You Must Experience Don’t Look Up At Least Once…

Yestin Arvin Gochuico – Staff Writer American filmmaker Adam Mckay and his latest political satire film have audiences divided, and it’s unironically proving the film’s premise.  Don’t Look Up follows a story of two astronomers on a press tour to convince the world and its leaders of an extinction-level event after discovering an imminent comet impact on Earth. The film’s

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JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean, Now on Netflix

Atticus Leeds – Staff Writer On December 1, 2021, the first 12 episodes of the JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Part 6: Stone Ocean anime, produced by David Production, were made available for streaming on Netflix.  Unlike the previous parts, which were released for the West through Crunchyroll, and then later picked up by Netflix, Stone Ocean has been released to Netflix directly, with the

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