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By Chris CrymesStaff Writer Photo courtesy of RKO Pictures “Citizen Kane” - the name itself brings up your stuffy friend or relative who is too into the movies of yesteryear. While these fans of the films of yesteryear like movies, the thought of a new release bring

By Michael BaldEntertainment Editor Graphic by Molly Swisher So, I guess it’s safe to say mainstream movies are officially gone from theatres the rest of the year, leaving audiences at the mercy of streaming services to keep us going until the 2020 crisis is over. However, like

By Chris Crymes Staff Writer Graphic by Michael Bald After 30 years, the original anime masterwork, “Akira,” has made its triumphant return to theatres with an all new 4K remaster. I’ll admit I was already looking forward to the opportunity to see this film in theatres, but by

By Chris Crymes Staff Writer Photos courtesy of Collider and Vulture While theatre releases like “Wonder Woman 1984” might be pushed back further to next year, the state of the world won’t stop Charlie Kaufman from showing off his nigh-perfected skills of focused melancholia with “I’m Thinking of Ending Things.” 

By Chris Crymes  Staff Writer It’s easy to get lost in the flood of streaming movie releases, especially now that most media has shifted online. Netflix is one of the main proponents of this media shift, throwing out surprisingly quality releases seemingly at random. The latest release,

“Dune” is the live action adaptation of the book  series of the same name by author Frank Herbert  and is scheduled to release on Dec.18. The film  is directed by French-Canadian filmmaker Denis  Villuneve whose previous works include “Blade  Runner 2049,” “Arrival” and “Prisoners.”   “Dune” is

By Mary Mone Piece by piece, the Texas Museum of Art is a source for not only the Tyler Junior College community but also the Tyler community to enrich their lives with art from all over Texas.  Current exhibitions, Bits and Pieces by Al  Souza, and From

By Andrea Davis Photo by Michael Bald Submissions to the TJC Bell Tower Arts  Journal are due Nov. 12. The submission process has changed to only online applications to help reduce the risk of the spread of COVID-19.  Apply online at tjc.edu/belltower.  The TJC Bell Tower Arts Journal only