Golden Gate Xpress

A disappearing city, gentrification, pollution, black masculinity in “Last Black Man in San Francisco”

Noor Baig, Staff reporter

October 22, 2019

From naked white men to charming sidewalk musicians to seemingly unhinged MUNI riders, there are just some characters one can’t avoid for too long while living in San Francisco. And if you stay long enough, you’ll often ...

Sci-fi noir and grittiness makes for one hell of a film

Cesar Lopez

October 9, 2017

35 years after its original, the Blade Runner sequel has become a reality for many film fans, and, fortunately, the director and his crew will be remembered and studied for their filmmaking mastery. Quebec native Denis Villeneuve comes back ...

The Kingsman agents kick back to theaters with a sequel

Cesar Lopez

September 25, 2017

After a good two years since the original, the new "Kingsman" sequel hits the big screen, but shooting too close to the sun causes its ambitious ideas to be burned along the ride. "Kingsman: The Golden Circle" is the latest ...

Girls like Captain America too

Reid Cammack

May 3, 2016

Growing up, I had an assortment of Barbie computer games, official Barbie Christmas ornaments and, of course, dozens of actual Barbie dolls. I loved Barbie’s life in plastic. It was fantastic. I could brush her hair and undress...

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