Letters to the Editor, April 22
Letters to the Editor, April 22, 2017
A sense of worthiness
Worthiness. Where does it come from? Self-esteem, feeling valuable … beliefs we acquire, not qualities that are doled out to us before we’re born. Every child comes into the world ready to be loved and cared for. And then we arrive at a conclusion about o
Corny, action-packed, 'F8' understands what it is
This is a wash-rinse-repeat heist movie that has some heart, solid action and a dash of humor. Don’t expect anything else and you’ll be fine.
I feel fortunate to have the upbringing I had. Growing up in Washington D.C. with a bunch of wonderful kids in my neighborhood – kids from Greek and Jewish families, Catholics, Russians, Italians, Yugoslavians — how lucky was I to have been thrown into su
My most anticipated summer 2017 movies
Here are my seven most anticipated summer films, starting next month and ending during the last week of August.
Movie review: 'Power Rangers' tries, fails to be one-size-fits-all
There are some moments that are similar to “Chronicle,” Josh Trank’s 2012 film about three teenagers that stumble upon super powers, but there are also moments when director Dean Israelite’s “Power Rangers” feels like a Saturday cartoon.
Movie Review: All flash, no substance: 'Kong: Skull Island' underwhelming
If you are looking for destructive beast-vs-beast action you won’t be disappointed. If you’re looking for story, character development or good pacing and dialogue, you will be left wanting your money back.
Movie Review: ‘John Wick: Chapter 2’ more of the same, in a good way
Is the sequel, “John Wick: Chapter 2,” better than the first? No. But it is nonetheless a whimsical and unpredictable dose of high-octane action that will leave you with your mouth open time and again.
Movie Review: 'A Cure for Wellness' not quite a comeback for Verbinski
“A Cure for Wellness” is not quite what I expected or would have wished for from Verbinski, but it challenged me enough that I can say I’m excited for him to do something similar but not as convoluted or heavy.
Movie Review: Risk-taking 'Get Out' is a masterpiece
Jordan Peele’s directorial debut is a masterpiece that doesn’t rely on crappy special effects, funhouse jump scares or cheap and dated plot twists
State Superintendent visits shuttered Pajaro Middle School
PAJARO—Pajaro Middle School will remain closed for the rest of the school year after a flood on March 11 damaged half the classrooms, Pajaro...