Alumni of the Bob Cole Conservatory of Music sing in the Los Angeles Master Chorale for the Oscar-nominated “Star Wars Episode 9: The Rise of Skywalker.”
Tag: Star Wars
In a galaxy far, far away, a lone bounty hunter traverses the star system far from the reach of the law. “The Mandalorian” is Disney’s latest attempt to extend the Star Wars franchise and mythos, debuting the show on its new streaming service Disney+ November 12.
While critics are often known for being harsh in their reviews, audiences are becoming worse when it comes to the quality of a film, which raises the question: What’s wrong with just having a good time at the movies? So often when we go to a movie, we have our[Read More…]
Critic and audience reviews used to be the key factors in viewing how successful a film was, but now the only thing that matters are box office numbers. Although this is not as problematic for smaller scale films such as the 2017 acclaimed hit “Get Out,” as it is for[Read More…]
Audience members fought back tears as both alumni and students filled the stage and lined the aisles of the Carpenter Performing Arts Center auditorium to sing a final goodbye for Carolyn Bremer. The Bob Cole Conservatory of Music held a memorial to celebrate the life of the late Carolyn Bremer,[Read More…]
“Star Wars: Battlefront II” is a frustrating game because with every step it took forward, it took two steps back. It confronted all the issues of its predecessor with an array of new blasters, a wide cast of iconic and new characters and gorgeous locations. With these upgrades came the[Read More…]
As a young girl of Generation Y who spent an immense amount of time jamming 11.5-inch Barbie dolls into my brother’s Imperial AT-AT walker, my affinity for the ‘70s, space-set saga started early. Announcing my fatherhood into oscillating fans, renaming the family dog to ‘Chewie,’ dueling my brother with light[Read More…]