At the Movies: ‘Don’t Worry Darling,’ There Are Still Worse Movies Out There

Olivia Wilde’s Don’t Worry Darling is a run-of-the-mill psycho thriller starring Florence Pugh and Harry Styles as an idyllic, carefree, happy couple with no real worries or problems in a private Southern California community. Like a lot of psychological suspense films, Megan Bianco notes in her latest At the Movies column, the twists by the end either turn out “mind-blowing” or a letdown.” Unfortunately, in this case, it’s the latter.

Wellness & Prevention: Coming Together4Teens

The Wellness & Prevention Center will host Together4Teens at Capistrano Valley High School in Mission Viejo on Oct. 1. Youth and local organizations plan this event to bring awareness to the pressures that teens face today and to provide resources for parents and teens who support family wellness.

At the Movies: ‘The Good Boss’ Is Middling

The title of Fernando León de Aranoa’s The Good Boss, starring Javier Bardem, is quickly revealed to be ironic, rather than literal, as the audience gets a satirical look on how a successful scales company owner runs his factory in smalltown Spain, Megan Bianco writes in her latest At the Movies.