By Tim Nacey Walt Disney Pictures’ latest live-action adventure might very well be the most ambitious movie ever made. It takes one of the studio’s most iconic villains, one whose main goal is to kill and skin a group of dalmatian puppies, and attempts to make her likeable. Whether or not they succeed in this
By Tyrese Blue Zack Snyder’s “Justice League” premiered on streaming platform HBO Max on March 18, including two hours of footage not included in the film’s theatrical release. The extra scenes enhance the movie’s quality and make it a must-see version of the original. After watching and analyzing both films, I can say that the
By Sigifredo Macias Being in quarantine now for a year makes you wonder if you should really spend $29.99 to watch an animated Disney movie. And the answer is yes, if you have kids. If you don’t have kids, even better. Although not the perfect Disney movie, “Raya and the Last Dragon” is an interesting
By Kyiesha Chavez Halloween 2020 is special for three reasons: it falls on a Saturday, it will be a blue moon (second full moon of the month) and we move our clocks back for daylight saving time. It would be a shame to miss out on such an amazingly spooky day. While trick-or-treating and costume
By Justin Yoth A live-action reboot of an animated classic is stirring unease for Disney lovers. “Mulan,” released Sept. 4 on Disney+, was originally set to release in theaters March 27, but was postponed three times due to COVID-19 safety regulations. “Mulan” is based on the 1998 animated film and attempts to realistically mirror the
Growing up on classic Disney fairytales leaves us all thinking, “I want that certain ‘je ne sais quoi’” which leads us to look for our own version of a love story.
Student animators and computer programmers joined together on Oct. 27 in the at Riverside City College to listen to Andrew Lee, emerging mobile game developer, speak on animation and programming for games.
Written by: Patricia Nunez-Mejia Performance Riverside, along with Riverside City College, will be presenting “Mary Poppins”, a Broadway show in the Landis Performing Arts Center on Sept. 25 at 7 p.m. With about 64 people working on the show, including cast, students and an orchestra, this ensemble is almost ready for the curtain. “It’s a
AMINA SAMREEN SALAHUDDIN | ASSISTANT FEATURES EDITOR April 30, 2014 Presenting Disney princesses, creating magical backdrops and putting together action sequences of ninja turtles is everyday work for Shawn McKelvey. McKelvey teaches Digital Art, Advanced Photoshop and Advanced Digital Media and Printing part time at Riverside City College, for the past three years. “Teaching is a satisfying