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The Frida Cinema Is the Only Art House Theater in OC

“The Frida is a home for everyone. We’re a safe space here to bring people up through the art of cinema and through the art of connecting people.”

Visit These Six Wallet Friendly OC Theaters

It does not matter if you are a movie-lover or not, everyone wants to have the opportunity to see the newest films on the screen, but the wallet does not always allow it — especially if this is a student’s pocket.

Get Ready for the New Lara Croft

It is the time for a new and improved Lara Croft. In the latest film in the Tomb Raider franchise don’t expect to see another sex robot like Angelina Jolie because director Roar Uthaug, and actress Alicia Vikander, bring much more potential to the leading female character.

Into the ’90s: TV and Music Go Back in Time

Some trends are meant to stay.

Beauty and the Beast’s Gay Character Causes Backlash

Before its theatrical release, Beauty and the Beast is receiving backlash for introducing Disney’s first openly gay character, LeFou, Gaston’s sidekick.

Marvel Announces Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

Marvel Studios revealed a sneak peak for their 15th film Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, a sequel to one

Live-Action Mulan Needs to Stay True to the Original (Asian) Story

A live-action Mulan movie due out in 2018 caused uproar when it was revealed that Jennifer Lawrence, a white actress, would

Party On This Week at the OC Film Fiesta

The seventh annual OC Film Fiesta will kick off Oct. 13 at Bowers Museum with a tribute to the late

The Disappointments Room Is, Well, Disappointing

After watching The Disappointments Room, horror movie fans will know why “disappointment” is in the title. While audiences have grown

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Wonder Woman Breaks Down Superhero Norms

By Meghan Kliewer Wonder Woman is a feminist icon. Comic book writer William Moulton Marston created the character Wonder Woman