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Oxnard Film Society Celebrates the Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsberg in ‘RBG”

Oxnard Film Society Celebrates the Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsberg in ‘RBG”

  Monday Night Foreign Film Series VIRTUAL CINEMA With the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsberg we celebrate her life by streaming the moving and uplifting documentary “RBG”. We thank Jane and Denny Dwire for their generosity in sponsoring this film. Stream from your iphone, ipad or computer to your Big Screen. 19 films with unlimited viewing […]

Climate Hustle 2 Premieres This Thursday

Climate Hustle 2 Premieres This Thursday

    By Paul Driessen Ignore the Climate Alarm, Clean Energy and Cancel Culture Industry con artists. See the movie. Weekly, daily, even hourly, we are told that global temperatures are rising, ice caps are melting, and hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires, floods and droughts are all getting more frequent, intense and destructive because of climate change. […]

Oxnard Film Society Streams Loving Vincent and Jimmy Carter Rock and Roll President

Oxnard Film Society Streams Loving Vincent and Jimmy Carter Rock and Roll President

  Monday Night Foreign Film Series VIRTUAL CINEMA This week we feature the beautiful, one of a kind art film, LOVING VINCENT (thanks to Margaret Cortese for sponsoring film) and the entertaining, soulful documentary JIMMY CARTER Rock and Roll President for your viewing pleasure. Stream from your iphone, ipad or computer to your Big Screen. 18 films with unlimited […]

Find Your Path to Publishing

Find Your Path to Publishing

 Trying to find the best way to get your book published? This webinar will give you all of your options with the pros and cons for each. W&PN Webinars This webinar is perfect for unpublished as well as published authors looking for a better way to get their book to the public. All paths lead […]

The Replication of the Father Serra Statue: a Volunteer Community Project by Catherine Antolino Mervyn

The Replication of the Father Serra Statue: a Volunteer Community Project by Catherine Antolino Mervyn

By Mary M. Dillon Book Review: Given the recent local focus on the Father Junipero Serra statue here in Ventura, much discussion and vigorous debate is centered on his life and times. Lesser known, however, is the actual history of the statue as a work of art itself, its background and its impact on the local […]

Documentary Explores the Origins of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Virus

Documentary Explores the Origins of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Virus

BY CATHERINE YANG While The Epoch Times began publishing reports about the CCP virus on Jan. 2, most outlets had yet to pick up on the story because of the CCP’s lockdown on information. Three months later, over 200 countries and territories have been infected and the virus has caused over 85,000 deaths, infecting at least 1.4 million, but information is […]

Film Review: ‘Dolittle’: Doesn’t Just Dolittle, It Does Nothing

Film Review: ‘Dolittle’: Doesn’t Just Dolittle, It Does Nothing

  BY MARK JACKSON, EPOCH TIMES   Hugh Lofting’s stories of Doctor Dolittle have never done well in movie form; 1967’s musical version “Doctor Dolittle,” with Rex Harrison as the titular doc, flopped (although at 7 years old, I personally loved it). And the late ’90s “Dr. Dolittle” that starred Eddie Murphy should never have existed. […]

Film Review: ‘Underwater’: ‘Alien’ Knockoff’s Moral: Don’t Go to Extremes and Wake Monsters

Film Review: ‘Underwater’: ‘Alien’ Knockoff’s Moral: Don’t Go to Extremes and Wake Monsters

BY MARK JACKSON, EPOCH TIMES PG-13 | 1h 35min |Action, Drama, Horror|10 January 2020 (USA) “Underwater” makes no attempt to hide the fact that it’s “Alien” in the Mariana Trench, an ocean-floor (instead of an outer-space) monster movie starring Kristen Stewart instead of Sigourney Weaver. Immediately, one wants to know two things: Is the monster any good? Is K-Stew any good? […]

REVIEW: ‘The Witcher’ Is A Great Show On Netflix Through The First 3 Episodes

REVIEW: ‘The Witcher’ Is A Great Show On Netflix Through The First 3 Episodes

  DAVID HOOKSTEAD SMOKE ROOM EDITOR-IN-CHIEF . Netflix looks like it has a major hit on its hands with “The Witcher.” After months of anticipation, the series with Henry Cavill was released Friday, and I’ve cruised through three episodes so far. (RELATED: Watch The Trailer For Netflix’s Upcoming Series ‘The Witcher’)  Now, I know the series is based off […]

Film Review: ‘A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood’

Film Review: ‘A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood’

BY IAN KANE   When the first trailers for “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” appeared on all the movie alert channels, they indicated that the focal point of the film would be the life of one of the most cherished of American icons, Mister Fred Rogers, and his show “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.” But that’s a […]

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