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Opinion: Ingratitude – Buz Williams

“If you pick up a starving dog and make him prosperous he will not bite you. This is the principal difference between a dog and man.” – Mark Twain Barack Obama was probably the first major politician to suggest that we “fundamentally change” our country. The only way to do that, is to destroy the


DeSantis tests limits of his combative style in Disney feud

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis ‘ deepening feud with Walt Disney World is testing the limits of his combative leadership style while sending an unmistakable message to his rivals that virtually nothing is off limits as he plots his political future. The 43-year-old Republican has repeatedly demonstrated an acute willingness to fight over the course of


Disney government dissolution bill signed by DeSantis

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a bill on Friday to dissolve the private government Walt Disney World controls on its property in the state, punishing the entertainment giant for opposing a new law that critics call “Don’t Say Gay.” The move is expected to have huge tax implications for Disney and further sour the relationship


The Prescott Film Festival returns to YCPAC, October 14 – 17

An Arizona premiere. A look back at NASA’s Apollo program with rarely seen-footage. Insights on joy from unlikely friends. Silent-movie swashbuckling, set to a live soundtrack and much more! All of this can be found when our local celebration of independent cinema returns! The Prescott Film Festival makes its stunning comeback to the Yavapai College

On Cinema With Tonatiuh Malanos-Rodriguez

Disney’s Cruella, A Fabulously Disappointing Reboot

Oh boy, this one is a real doozy. For my Nomadland and The Father reviews, I wanted to review highly acclaimed films to see how good they really were. In this case, I chose to review Cruella because the mixed reception it received piqued my interest. Cruella is a reboot-prequel starring the classic villain Cruella


When Hollywood Drops the Ball But Can’t Pick It Back Up

Previously, I talked about how pop culture has been gradually degenerating, leading to the decline of quality in mainstream cinema – but there’s more to it than that. I mentioned how Hollywood executives seek profit above all else, casting aside creativity and originality just to make lackluster blockbusters. However, it doesn’t always work out in

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