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When did Joe Louis Visit Orange County?

9 years ago by Gustavo Arellano
Faithful reader Shirley Enomoto, an Orange County native who now lives in Northern California, sent along the above picture of boxing legend Joe Louis with her father Carl. Carl was probably the first Asian-American reporter for the Orange County Register (then known simply as The Register), but how would we...

Finding Fantasy [Special Screenings, Aug. 10-17]

1 month ago by Matt Coker
Finding Dory. Oh, there she is, behind that $1.002 billion in global box office. Camino Real Park, 13602 Parkcenter Lane, Tustin, (714) 573-3326. Thurs., Aug. 10, 7:50 p.m. Free; also at Placentia Champions Sports Complex, 505 N. Jefferson, Placentia, (714) 993-8232; and Pearson Park Amphitheatre, 401 N. Lemon St., Anaheim,...

Inventing Enchantment [Special Screenings, June 22-29]

3 months ago by Matt Coker
2017 DCI Tour Premiere. Fathom Events and Drum Corps at the Cinema broadcast live into movie theaters nationwide the top ensembles performing at the seventh annual Marching Music Major League season opener. AMC Orange 30 at the Outlets, 20 City Blvd. W., Orange, (714) 769-4288; Cinemark Century Stadium 25, 1701...

Togas Against Trump [Special Screenings, Feb. 9-16]

7 months ago by Matt Coker
Let the Bullets Fly. Director Jiang Wen's 2010 action-comedy has him starring as a bandit who descends on a town where he poses as the governor. This is part of the Graduate Students of East Asian Languages and Literature's East Asia Cinema Series of free screenings and discussions, which include...

'The Incredible Hulk' Becomes the Not-Terrible Hulk Under Ed Norton and Director Louis Leterrier

9 years ago by Robert Wilonsky
The Not-Terrible Hulk In the shadow of Iron Man, the latest from Marvel can't live up to its billing In recent days, Universal has been running a TV spot for The Incredible Hulk that gives away what should come as no surprise to any fanboy worth his action-figure collection: the...

On The Line: Joe Vieyra of Pee-Wee's Famous Hot Dogs and Hamburgers, Part Two

4 years ago by Anne Marie Panoringan
Everything revolves around family for Joe Vieyra. His favorite memories include them, and he's building his own as an active parent with his sons in Boy Scouts. His extended family includes the community, where Pee-Wee's participates in local events on a regular basis. Read our interview with Joe Vieyra of...

Joe Forkan's 'The Lebowski Cycle' Doesn't Abide

6 years ago by Dave Barton
The culty goodness of the Coen Brothers' 1998 film, The Big Lebowski, escapes me. A comic ode to Raymond Chandler's The Big Sleep, with its femme fatales, wheelchair-bound rich guys and convoluted plot twists that are never completely resolved, the cast is uniformly good (especially John Goodman's loose-cannon Vietnam vet),...

An Oral History of OC Weekly, Part 3: September 2005-October 2010

2 years ago by Joel Beers
OC Weekly's 10th-anniversary edition, a 154-page tome, hit the streets Sept. 9, 2005, as one of America's most beloved cities was drowning. Rebecca Schoenkopf wrote the introductory column, subheaded "It's hard to celebrate 10 years of the Weekly when you're busy hating the president." Little did the Weeklings know the...

How Dare Joe Maddon Bone Chone Figgins . . . and Brian Fuentes, Too

8 years ago by Matt Coker
Roger Lodge, who hosts The Sports Lodge on AM830 that is broadcast live from Angel Stadium, went off on Joe Maddon, the Tampa Bay Rays manager who also skippered the winning American League team in Tuesday night's All-Star Game from St. Louis. During a portion of his show that is...

Nightcrawler's Jake Gyllenhaal Aces Portraying an Everyday Media Monster

3 years ago by Stephanie Zacharek
Jake Gyllenhaal, not a particularly bulky guy to begin with, dropped 20 pounds or so to play a Los Angeles misfit who finds his calling as a freelance crime videographer in Dan Gilroy's nervy thriller Nightcrawler. Even when Robert De Niro does it, weight change isn't acting—it's the antithesis of...


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