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Thor: Ragnarok is a Blast Through the Galaxy

Thor: Ragnarok is a Blast Through the Galaxy

Jake Fogel, Staff Writer

December 6, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Movies/TV

This past November in the movies has been defined by Justice League, Disney’s CoCo, and Wonder. However, Thor: Ragnarok has seemed to have gone under the radar. Although this new saga of the Marvel Cinematic Universe has its flaws, it was a satisfying, fun way to end the Thor series and segway into...

Coco Is a Beautiful Ride Through Dia de los Muertos

Coco Is a Beautiful Ride Through Dia de los Muertos

Catilin Finerty, Feature Editor

December 4, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Movies/TV

Ever since I was a little girl dressed up in princess costumes, I have had a love for Disney, and movies have been no exception, but I have always struggled to see Pixar and Disney as one in the same, no matter how many characters I see in the parks. But after watching Pixar’s latest movie Coco, I ...

Stranger Things 2 Shines Brighter than Season 1

Stranger Things 2 Shines Brighter than Season 1

Sarah Kenkel, Staff Writer

November 13, 2017


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Most people count down to their birthday, some countdown to Christmas. Me? I counted down to the release of all 9 episodes of Stranger Things 2 on Netflix. With an explosive first season that left me hanging, season two was just what I needed. Not only did it satisfy my craving for a great binge watch...

Flatliners shows messy plot

Flatliners shows messy plot

Andres Quiroga-Elizondo, Guest Writer

October 11, 2017


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When it comes to Flatliners, directed by Niels Arden Oplev, the notion that reboots are worse than their predecessor is an understatement. The science fiction horror drama, which came out on September 29, currently holds a 5/10 on IMDB and a disheartening 4% on Rotten Tomatoes. Adapted from the...

Blade Runner 2049 Delivers an Impressive and Indelible Experience

Blade Runner 2049 Delivers an Impressive and Indelible Experience

Anish Tamhaney, Editor in Chief

October 6, 2017


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I am stunned. Overwhelmed. I’m in awe of a delicate balance between wonder and poignance that few films achieve.   “Blade Runner 2049”, directed by Denis Villeneuve, the auteur behind other masterpieces such as “Arrival” and “Sicario,” is unforgettable on every level. Starring Ryan ...

Moana redefines a Disney classic

Moana redefines a Disney classic

Habib Bello, Managing Editor

October 2, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Movies/TV

I am a sucker for Disney films. Sinbad. Aladdin. Cars 1. Cars 2. Cars 3. You get the point; Those childhood movies that remind you that you are still a kid at heart, no matter what your age is. With a lot of controversy surrounding the portrayal of demigods and polynesian culture, I decided to go see wh...

“It” Is a Hauntingly Original Take On The Horror Classic

“It” Is a Hauntingly Original Take On The Horror Classic

Maximillian Helfman, Editor in Chief

September 8, 2017


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I hate horror movies. I hate the cheap jump scares littered in the genre, I hate the plain gore meant to freak you out, and I just hate how it makes me feel. In fact, they’re the only genre of film that I regularly stay away from.   But I am happy to say “It”, directed by Andy Muschietti, was...

Storming in with the Storks

Storming in with the Storks

Anna Cao, Staff Writer

June 2, 2017


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The best feeling after a movie is the rush of emotion you feel when recalling moments from the movie- Storks did just that. The movie follows a peculiar stork named Junior (Andy Samberg, Hotel Transylvania), his only dream is to become boss of Cornerstore, a delivery service with entirely bird employees...

One Day at a Time Starts the New Year Right

One Day at a Time Starts the New Year Right

Carly Hittler, Staff Writer

May 24, 2017


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While perusing my Netflix ‘because you watched list’ a sitcom called One Day at a Time caught my eye. Curious, I clicked on it, and instantly I was hooked. I binge watched it in about a day, and that’s exactly what you should do to. One Day at a Time is about a Cuban-American family living...

13 Reasons Why Delivers A Powerful Message

13 Reasons Why Delivers A Powerful Message

Riya Doshi, Managing Editor

May 8, 2017


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Ever since the Netflix show was released, all I have heard about for the past month is Thirteen Reasons Why. The show was based off the 2007 novel by Jay Asher, however it is only now receiving national attention. Before watching the show and finally seeing what all the hype is about, I felt obligat...

An Idiot Abroad Review

An Idiot Abroad Review

Vivian Harber, Managing Editor

May 8, 2017


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An Idiot Abroad follows a simpleton as he travels abroad, thrust into new, cultural experiences. Rated TV-14, the show first came out September of 2010. Karl Pilkington, a natural TV personality and British Comedian, travels all over the world in An Idiot Abroad. Created by the acclaimed Ricky Gervais...

Guardians Of The Galaxy: Vol. 2 – Movie Review

Guardians Of The Galaxy: Vol. 2 – Movie Review

Lara Janosz, News Editor

May 7, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Movies/TV

When it comes to the new Marvel phenomenon, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, forget the ideology that sequels are never as good as the first movie.   As a major fan of the Marvel Universe, I was expecting an action packed, galactic adventure and I can say that I was far from disappointed with this ...