Letter to the Editor, Nov. 30, 2017
No other movie has quite captured the “family-comes-first” Mexican culture — both the good and the bad that comes with it — that is engrained in who I am. “Coco” is like a love letter to the culture, those who grew up in it and those who appreciate it. There is hardly any pandering here. All references and cameos — there are some great ones that I won’t spoil — range from well-done to perfect.
Watsonville scored a big win at the hands of a federal judge last week.
Letters to the Editor, Nov. 28, 2017
When Donald Trump began his run for the office of president with the slogan “Make America Great Again,” my thought was, “When was America not great? What is wrong with the country?”
“Justice League” is a rushed, cut-together mess through its first two acts that has no heart and continuously thuds in the comedy department so badly that I was actually cringing.
Letters to the Editor, Nov. 18, 2017
Letters to the Editor, Nov. 16, 2017
Letters to the Editor, Nov. 11, 2017
Relying on its humor and wacky yet grounded performances, the Thor franchise has finally found its true voice with Waititi's “Ragnarok.” The two previous installments in the franchise felt like bland films merely there to setup future occurrences in the M.C.U. but the third decides to go in a completely different direction, ditching its Tolkien-esque approach to the god of thunder and instead embracing a whimsical cosmic adventure feel with plenty of funky visuals.
SANTA CRUZ—Santa Cruz police arrested two men suspected of vandalizing a large Black Lives Matter mural in Santa Cruz on Saturday by making a...