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Ginny and Georgia: A Glorious Hodgepodge of Insight

Ginny and Georgia: A Glorious Hodgepodge of Insight

Benji Stern, Managing Editor May 14, 2021

   Netflix has had its fair share of flops, but Ginny and Georgia is not one of them. Few pieces of film, TV, or any other media have succeeded in capturing the essence of the high school experience...

Say YES to Yes Day

Say YES to Yes Day

Isabelle Goldstein, Staff Writer April 30, 2021

The Netflix Original Yes Day, based on the best selling children's book by Amy Krouse Rosenthal and starring Jennifer Garner, is a great addition to the Netflix family. After premiering March 5, the netflix...

Greys Anatomy: Season 17 Review

Greys Anatomy: Season 17 Review

Skylar Stearns, Staff Writer April 27, 2021

As many Grey's Anatomy fans know, producer Shonda Rhimes decided to turn season 17 into a COVID themed season. Grey’s has been a beloved show to a large fanbase, including myself, for many years (17...

Humans and Demons: what’s the difference?

Humans and Demons: what’s the difference?

Ryanne Leonard, Section Editor April 26, 2021

With season two of The Promised Neverland coming to a close, the anime series has raised some interesting questions. The show, often abbreviated as TPN, is about a group of children that are raised at...

The Act is action packed with disturbance

The Act is action packed with disturbance

Ryanne Leonard, Staff Writer February 16, 2020

The Act is a Hulu Original Series based on the true crime story of Gypsy Rose Blanchard, directed by Jennifer Bielstein, which will throw you down a rabbit hole of disturbance and horror while keeping...

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Rambo: Last Blood better be the last

Laine Lord, Managing Editor December 17, 2019

I really can’t describe this movie in any other way but unneeded. Rambo: Last Blood, the fifth movie in the Rambo franchise, is hopefully its final movie. The first Rambo film, Rambo: First Blood, was...

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Shouldn’t it be called Short Friends and Family?

Izzi Harber, Copy Editor October 12, 2019

Recently released on Netflix, the movie Tall Girl not only is uncomfortably awkward, but it is an illusion of what it means to be tall. Jodi Kreyman, played by Ava Michelle, is 16 years old and the...

Avengers Endgame is the End We All Needed

Avengers Endgame is the End We All Needed

Kushal Sanjeev, Managing Editor May 4, 2019

When the final Lord of the Rings movie came out, I remember my dad sitting me down and telling me to watch it. I remember him telling me, “It’s a great series, watch this.” I, while young, quickly...

The Perfect Date Doesn’t Meet Expectations

The Perfect Date Doesn’t Meet Expectations

Izzi Harber, Staff Writer April 20, 2019

The unofficial Internet Boyfriend, a.k.a. Noah Centineo, is back on the Netflix screen in The Perfect Date, a cheesy, teen rom-com that was good while it lasted, but will not stand the test of time.   The...

Fans Fall in Love with Five Feet Apart

Fans Fall in Love with Five Feet Apart

Shelby Jenkins, Staff Writer March 21, 2019

I am a movie crier. There’s no sugar coating it. I cried my way through Midnight Sun, Collateral Beauty, and even Instant Family with Mark Wahlberg jerked a few tears. So, of course, a movie about two...

Alita: Battle Angel is Advanced but Unexciting

Alita: Battle Angel is Advanced but Unexciting

Sonya Barlow, Staff Writer March 6, 2019

  Director Robert Rodriguez and producer James Cameron bring to life an empowering cinematic experience, Alita: Battle Angel, based off of the story “Gunnm” from the graphic novel series Manga...

A Look Back at the 2019 Oscars

A Look Back at the 2019 Oscars

Fallan Sherman, Staff Writer February 27, 2019

  Marking its 91st year,  the Academy of Motion Pictures Art and Sciences hosted their annual Academy Awards ceremony, better known by its nickname based on the golden statuettes each winner received,...

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