A collage of the Marvel Cinematic Universe Characters, including Thanos and the Avengers

From Thanos to the Infinity Stones, here’s a guide to understanding Marvel’s ‘Avengers: Infinity War’

Ten years ago, the Marvel Cinematic Universe, also known as MCU, began with “Iron Man,” where the Avengers Initiative

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Independent filmmaker and CSUF alumna Jennifer Davis values unique stories

Cal State Fullerton alumna Jennifer Davis was planning to become a children’s book writer or music teacher before she

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‘Truth or Dare’ leaves audience with just enough jump scares to classify it as horror

Truth or dare is a well-known party game among adolescents and adults usually filled with laughs and jokes that

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John Krasinski’s ‘A Quiet Place’ uses its silence to its advantage

The unsettling burden of the fear of silence plagues the screen immediately in “A Quiet Place.” A resounding anxiety

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The plot of ‘Isle of Dogs’ bites off more than it can chew, but the film makes up for it with stunning visuals

“Isle of Dogs” brings another addition into Wes Anderson’s distinctly offbeat filmography and while this one doesn’t divert far

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Steven Spielberg’s ‘Ready Player One’ is a visual masterpiece

When a movie opens with Van Halen’s “Jump” and features a three-way battle between the Iron Giant, Mechagodzilla and

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‘Love, Simon’ excels as an open love letter to the queer community

“Love, Simon” is a long-awaited breath of fresh air that brings the turbulent experience of gay teenhood front and

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‘Jessica Jones’ Review: Season two is slow to establish its binge-worthy plot

It’s been over two years since Netflix viewers were first introduced to the largely unfamiliar, superpowered-whiskeyholic Jessica Jones, who

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