Monday, November 18, 2019

“Zombieland: Double Tap” review: A joyride from start to finish, even if it’s an...

“Zombieland” is one of my favorite movies to watch. It’s not some award-winning masterpiece, but every time I watch it, my eyes are glued...

“El Camino” Review: film leaves much to be desired

“El Camino” takes place directly after the events of the final episode of “Breaking Bad” and shows the conclusion to the story of Jesse Pinkman,...

Food Wars: Tanner’s vs Barley’s

When you want a break from the options in the food court and don't want fast food, where do you go? We compared two restaurants...

Food Wars: The Wooden Spoon vs Blackdog Coffee House

As days get shorter, the summer breeze fades to a wintry chill and fall descends slowly on campus, there's one important question we were...

It Chapter Two: Equal parts fun and failure

Grade: B “It Chapter Two” somehow managed to be both satisfyingly fun and dismally flawed.   The film takes place 27 years after the events of the first movie and after the...

Lover is Taylor Swift’s most vulnerable and emotionally innocent album yet

For fans desperate for Taylor Swift to make the return to soft love songs and deeply personal, intricately clever lyrics, Lover won’t disappoint. If Reputation’s dark cover and...

This summer’s movies in review

We’re more than halfway through the year and only a few months from Oscars season, and movie buffs around the world are breathing sighs...

Queer Eye photographer discusses difficulties and highlights

Samantha Joslin Features editor sjoslin1@jccc.edu The announcement of the third season of “Queer Eye” rippled through our community in waves, beginning in Kansas City where the Emmy-winning program was set...
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Thai water festival makes a splash

Here at JCCC, the Student Ambassadors held an annual Thai Water Festival. Songkran is Thailand's most famous festival. An important event on the Buddhist calendar, this water festival marks the beginning...
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