Thursday, August 22

Comedy at Ground Zero

Comedy at Ground Zero The Groundings has served as a factory for Saturday Night Live comics for years. The secret? Let’s just say UCLA has something to do with it…By Emily Forster While UCLA may not be recognized as a training ground for comedians, the institution has given alumni like Mike Hitchcock enough material for a lifetime. Read more...


New TV season proves there is life after O.J.

New TV season proves there is life after O.J. ‘Murder One’ is the best of the best, but ‘Central Park West’ is bottom of barrel By Jennifer Richmond Daily Bruin Senior Staff Just in case you’ve been so caught up with the O.J. Read more...



The Net

The Net By Colburn Tseng This suspense-thriller, the first of three upcoming movies to jump on the Internet band-wagon, makes several wrong turns while negotiating the Information Superhighway, and the result is less than pretty. Read more...


Clueless

Clueless By Colburn Tseng Movie titles like Clueless and Dumb and Dumber are the snide critic’s dream. Big, bold sentences filled with clever, cutting puns march through the mind at a steady pace begging to grace the printed page. Read more...


First Knight

First Knight By Colburn Tseng Richard Gere is some big stud. Even moviegoers who have never found the actor very appealing will walk out of First Knight agreeing that the soon to be ex-Mr. Read more...


More than meets the eye

By Kristin FioreSummer Bruin Staff Much of what is innovative, emotive, or just plain bewildering in 20th century art can be blamed on Wassily Kandinsky. One of the first true abstract artists, Kandinsky expressed himself through pure form and color, recreating a mood instead of a scene. Read more...