Tuesday, August 21

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Movie review: ‘Justice League’

“Justice League” takes the stereotypical, end-of-the-world superhero movie plot and manages to make it even more predictable. With an overly straightforward plot, “Justice League” is the most recent film in the DC Extended Universe following the release of the critically acclaimed “Wonder Woman.” Although the film does adopt some of the strong humor and plot development that made “Wonder Woman” so successful, “Justice League” certainly does not do justice to the standard set by the earlier release. Read more...

Photo: (Courtesy of Clay Enos)

(Courtesy of Clay Enos)

Third-year theater student Kelsey Kato (left), Zachary Dushenko (center) and Jessie Guthrie (right) are a part of graduate student Joe Samaniego's play "Me, Myself and the Apocalypse." (Anthony Ismail/Daily Bruin)

Graduate student’s play to hit the stage with big impact from actors

Joe Samaniego used the rehearsals for his play as inspiration for the final characters he created. The MFA student said his interaction with both the play’s director Jeff Maynard and the actors led him to alter multiple parts of the script, including dialogue and character development. Read more...

Photo: Third-year theater student Kelsey Kato (left), Zachary Dushenko (center) and Jessie Guthrie (right) are a part of graduate student Joe Samaniego's play "Me, Myself and the Apocalypse." (Anthony Ismail/Daily Bruin)

Third-year theater student Kelsey Kato (left), Zachary Dushenko (center) and Jessie Guthrie (right) are a part of graduate student Joe Samaniego's play "Me, Myself and the Apocalypse." (Anthony Ismail/Daily Bruin)


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