Friday, January 20


(Courtesy of Netflix)
(Courtesy of Netflix)

The "Asian-Americans in Hollywood & Entertainment" panel in October featured actor Leonard Wu, ABC programming manager Stan Pham and YouTuber Chris Dinh. (Dayoung Lee/Daily Bruin)
The "Asian-Americans in Hollywood & Entertainment" panel in October featured actor Leonard Wu, ABC programming manager Stan Pham and YouTuber Chris Dinh. (Dayoung Lee/Daily Bruin)

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Movie review: ‘Fences’

The sins of the father are often paid for by the children, and Troy Maxson is a man of many sins. Denzel Washington directs and stars as Troy in the film “Fences,” based on the play by August Wilson. Read more...

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Movie Review: ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’

Disney and Lucasfilm gave “Star Wars” fans “The Force Awakens” last holiday season, which delighted some and seemed like a sack of coal to others. “Star Wars” fans must have been extra good this year because the 2016 prequel to “Star Wars: A New Hope” delivers an original story with a darker tone than that of the original trilogy. Read more...

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"White Christmas," based on the 1954 musical of the same name, follows the story of army buddies-turned-music recording stars who fall in love with a pair of singing sisters. (​​Courtesy of Hollywood Pantages Theater)

Theater review: ‘Irving Berlin’s White Christmas’

Although Los Angeles doesn’t get snow, the stage production of “Irving Berlin’s White Christmas” provides plenty of holiday spirit and song. “White Christmas,” which opened Tuesday at the Pantages Theater and runs until Sunday, revels in the classic song and dance of 1950s Broadway musicals, providing a lighthearted way to ring in the holiday season. Read more...

"White Christmas," based on the 1954 musical of the same name, follows the story of army buddies-turned-music recording stars who fall in love with a pair of singing sisters. (​​Courtesy of Hollywood Pantages Theater)

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Movie review: ‘Bleed for This’

Boxing movies have one theme in common: They are always about the underdog.   “Bleed for This” tells the true story of Vinny Pazienza (Miles Teller), a boxing champion who returns to the ring after suffering a neck injury. Read more...

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UCLA alumna Mia Lin Pan will open her own restaurant, L Kitchen, in Westwood on Wednesday after cooking for friends' events and helping another restaurant develop its taste. (Erin Gong/Daily Bruin)
UCLA alumna Mia Lin Pan will open her own restaurant, L Kitchen, in Westwood on Wednesday after cooking for friends' events and helping another restaurant develop its taste. (Erin Gong/Daily Bruin)


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