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Freezing waters and eskimo dogs discussed in film about the arctic

By Dmitri Hansen

April 5, 2017

Filed under Arts, Reviews

A film about photography and dogs in the arctic was shown as part of the discovery series shown at El Camino.Arctic Simon, Unicorns and Teeth Walkers is part of the discovery series at Marsee Auditorium that was shown on Monday...

‘Fall Dance Concert’ offers fast-paced show with variety dance pieces

By Nohemy Barrera

December 7, 2016

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El Camino's annual "Fall Advance Dance Concert" was held in the Campus Theatre from Dec. 1-4.The show's theme was "Elements of Process," in which most of the dances choreographed by students and faculty were inspired by photog...

Marvel pulls off captivating experience with ‘Doctor Strange’

By Grant Hermanns

November 6, 2016

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Even if every comic movie origin story is bound to follow a similar formula, they all have unique touches that can make them, or break them, whether it's "Ant-Man'"s heist genre or "Guardians of the Galaxy'"s homage to the '8...

Affleck shines as ‘The Accountant,’ even if the movie tumbles in moments

By Grant Hermanns

October 17, 2016

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Even if the movies themselves haven't been great as a whole, Ben Affleck has been on a roll with his roles over the past few years, and "The Accountant" is no different.The action-thriller follows Christian Wolff (Affleck), an autist...

‘Return of the Caped Crusaders’ brings back the campy humor of original series

By Victor Liptzin

October 12, 2016

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Rick Morales directs William Dozier's take on the famed caped crusader in "Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders," bringing back the one-liners and innuendoes to the big screen made famous by the original 1966 TV series.The mo...

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