Saturday, October 19th 2019

“The Maze Runner” Finale Gets Lost in The Action

Addison Morris “The Death Cure,” the delayed final installment to the popular “The Maze Runner” trilogy, premiered in theaters Thursday, January 25. Reuniting a familiar...

Pushing the Envelope with “Infinity War”

Annette Ding Staff Writer Almost 10 years since the day Marvel Studios introduced “Iron Man,” “Infinity War” hit theaters as a quasi-conclusion to the Avengers franchise....

Beatlemania Abound at “Let It Be” Documentary Showing

Noe Padilla Last Thursday, Jan. 24, Pollock Theater was full of Beatlemania as students and community members came to watch a showing of the Beatles...

‘Medium Cool’ Revisited

Gilberto Flores Photos by Lorenzo Basilio, Staff Photographer Presented by the University of California, Santa Barbara’s Carsey-Wolf Center, celebrated cinematographer and director Haskell Wexler visited Pollock...

Finding Dory: Truly Unforgettable

Matthew Lee Staff Writer Many people remember the lovable story of Disney Pixar’s 2003 feature Finding Nemo as a heartwarming hit from back in the day;...

UCSB Reads: Reviewing “Into the Beautiful North”

Jack Shea 2017: a time of bleak hope for many people. Enter “Into the Beautiful North,” a book that opens up the reader to challenging...

Santa Barbara International Film Festival Brings Stellar Cast of “The Public” to Santa Barbara

Emmanuel Alcantar Staff Writer The Santa Barbara International Film Festival (SBIFF) started on Jan. 31 with a screening of its opening film titled "The Public," written by,...

‘Keanu’ Review: Kitten, Please

Gustavo Gonzalez A week before the start of the summer blockbuster season, Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key's Keanu hit the big screen, providing laugh-out-loud moments...

“No Le Digas a Nadie” Screening Amplifies Undocumented Voices

Lauren Marnel Shores On Apr. 12, the MultiCultural Center screened “No Le Digas a Nadie” as part of their Cup of Culture film series. The...

The Top Ten Movies of 2017

Emmanuel Alcantar Staff Writer I had the privilege of writing the “Top Ten Films” article for The Bottom Line in 2016, so it seemed only natural...