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Psychological horror film shocks audiences

Alice Webster, Student Editor

March 12, 2020

The Me Too movement has remained strong since it took off in 2017 with many actresses coming forward with allegations against Harvey Weinstein and inspiring others to share their stories. However, many women are still silenced a...

Fans are more than okay with new Netflix series

Alice Webster, Student editor

March 5, 2020

Netflix is no stranger to making hit TV shows about people with superpowers: The Umbrella Academy, Stranger Things, and their multiple Marvel shows have all garnered praise from critics and audiences alike. Now they’re adding ano...

Production of the Disney Plus reboot of Lizzie McGuire is halted

Jaylen Heady, Staff Writer

March 4, 2020

     Many die-hard fans of 2000’s era Disney Channel were elated to hear the announcement of the production of a reboot of the popular kids show Lizzie McGuire. The reboot was announced at the same time as the new streaming pl...

WWII comedy proves successful

Alice Webster, Student Editor

February 19, 2020

Many comedians have bemoaned how difficult it is to be funny and unoffensive these days, but writer and director Taika Waititi managed to do both while also playing infamous dictator Adolf Hitler. In his newest film Jojo Rabbit,...

Taylor Swift Reveals Intimate Parts of her Life in her new Movie, Miss Americana

Amelia Symons, Staff Writer

February 18, 2020

Taylor Swift, an American singer and song-writer, recently released a biography movie on Netflix called Miss Americana. Since 2006, when Taylor released her first song and album, she has been known to use her life experiences as ...

Birds of Prey: Feminist themes done right

Bre Scott, Staff Writer

February 14, 2020

Birds of Prey hit theaters on February 7, 2020, and is quickly becoming a fan favorite against all odds. The DC Comics movie, starring captivating Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn, takes place after Suicide Squad (2016) when eccentri...

Bong Joon Ho on top: A history making night at the Oscars

Evan Wyatt, Staff Writer

February 11, 2020

This year’s Oscars will be remembered for the incredible night that Parasite had, Joaquin Phoenix’s emotional acceptance speech, Janelle Monae’s energetic opening speech, women standing up for women, and Eminem’s out of no...

A movie that sounds as good as it look: a Ford v Ferarri review

Evan Wyatt, Staff Writer

February 4, 2020

Ford v Ferrari is an exciting historical film, as well as an endearing buddy film. It recounts Ford’s failed attempt to buy the storied Italian company, Ferrari, and their subsequent battles on the racetrack, namely at the 24 Hour...

Spies in Disguise: The spy movie without violence

Bre Scott, Staff Writer

January 31, 2020

Spies in Disguise is a 2019 film starring Will Smith (Agent Lance Sterling) and Tom Holland (Walter Beckett) meant for the whole family. In the movie, Lance Sterling is the world's greatest spy who must work with kind and nonvio...

Justin Bieber begins his comeback to music

Jaylen Heady, Staff Writer

January 31, 2020

      After four years on a hiatus, world-renowned pop sensation Justin Bieber has announced his return to music. Bieber left the music scene in 2016 when he cancelled his stadium tour of his album Purpose for unknown perso...

Tyler Perry Releases A Fall from Grace

Amelia Symons, Staff Writer

January 27, 2020

As 2020 and the new decade begins, companies and organizations are putting out new products, projects, and merchandise they have been working on. One of these is movies. Yes, new movies are released almost everyday, but the start ...

An ambitious war film for an audience bored of war films: A 1917 review

Evan Wyatt, Staff Writer

January 21, 2020

1917 is the critically acclaimed film about two British runners in World War 1 given a seemingly impossible task. Lance Corporal Blake (Dean-Charles Chapman) and Lance Corporal Schofield (George Mackay) have to deliver a messa...

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