Directed by David Fincher and starring Gary Oldman, Amanda
Seyfried, and Charles Dance, “Mank,” one of Netflix’s newest
films, tells the story of the creative process of Herman J.
Mankiewicz as he creates the great movie Citizen Kane.
The Oscars are a once-a-year event presented by the Academy of
Motion Picture Arts and Sciences that recognized the finest in
film making in the past year. This year’s ceremony will
take place on April 25 at 5 p.m. Pacific Standard Time.
Released on Sept. 4, 2021, the Current Gen version of “NBA2K21”
is developed by Visual Sports and 2K sports. There’s also a Next
Gen version of the game that is only accessible for PS5 and
Xbox Series X, but this review focuses solely on the Current Gen
edition that can be played on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4,
Nintendo Switch, Stadia, and PC platforms.
Never one to see the lights go out on a production, the Jesuit Drama Fall 2020 original play adapted to become virtual. “Show. (And Tell): Items from the Museum of Lost Things” premiered in November, keeping alive the 50-plus year tradition of actors from Jesuit and St. Francis High Schools coming together “on stage.”
Released by Activision and created by Treyarch, “Call of Duty:
Black Ops Cold War” uses the usual Call of Duty style of
having three game modes: Campaign, Zombies, and Multiplayer. It
also comes with a fun addition from the previous “Call of Duty:
Modern Warfare Game,” Warzone.
While the main focus of the 2020 election is seemingly on the two
presidential candidates, President Donald Trump and former Vice
President Joe Biden, the job of a voter goes beyond just
selecting the next president of the United States.
“Tenet” is an action-packed yet thought-provoking film directed
by Christopher Nolan, which stars John David Washington, Robert
Pattison, and Elizabeth Debicki. This mind-bending action
thriller follows a secret agent (Washington) and his trusted
friend Neil (Pattinson) as they try to prevent Sator (Kenneth
Branagh) from starting World War III.
For the Jesuit High School Sacramento community, much has changed
due to the pandemic. While academics and athletics look notably
different, another part of Jesuit that has been forced to make
adjustments has been Jesuit Drama. The program has gone from
in-person shows and rehearsals in the Black Box theatre to Zoom
meetings, and performances over live streams.