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Movie Review: Onward

Movie Review: Onward

John Sabato, Reviewer

April 20, 2020

Pixar is a giant within the animation industry, creating countless classics such as “Toy Story” and “Up”. Pixar’s newest entries don’t seem to be as strong as the predecessors, with films like “Incredibles 2” and “Toy Story 4” suffering from weak storylines and use of nostalgia to lure in...

Movie Review: Birds of Prey

Movie Review: Birds of Prey

John Sabato, Writer

February 21, 2020

Following the success of 2016s “Suicide Squad,” the potential within the character of Harley Quinn was fully realized by studio heads at Warner Brothers. From there Margot Robbie came up with the idea for a sequel, and thus came “Birds of Prey,” later subtitled “The Fantabulous Emancipation...

Show Review: The Witcher

Show Review: The Witcher

John Sabato, Writer

January 27, 2020

Months after Game of Thrones packed its bags and bid the world adieu, “The Witcher” was there to fill the fantasy-adventure-sized hole in the hearts of grieving, and it did just that while simultaneously trying to find its footing. “The Witcher” is an adaption of Andrzej Sapkowski’s book s...

Movie Review: Little Women

Movie Review: Little Women

Taron Masi, Online Editor

January 20, 2020

“Little Women” was originally written by Louisa May Alcott in 1868. This classic novel has endured its popularity through the generations of mothers who have passed down their love of the book to their daughters. The story, following the lives of the March sisters; Meg, Jo, Amy, and Beth, continu...

Show Review: Netflix’s “You”

Show Review: Netflix's

Emmy Johnson, Writer

January 15, 2020

Imagine you fall in love with someone, it’s a sweet and kind love, a pure and real movie-style love. Now imagine finding out that your partner killed people for you, stalked you and then eventually murdered you for not returning their love. That’s basically Netflix’s original show “You” in a wr...

Movie Review: Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

Movie Review: Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

John Sabato, Reviewer

December 26, 2019

With the release of ‘The Rise Of Skywalker” The Skywalker saga has finally come to an end in the most lackluster way possible. JJ Abram’s newest film in the Star Wars franchise feels like a rushed mess that doesn’t leave viewers feeling satisfied. The film wasn’t all bad, with a strong cast, gr...

Movie Review: Frozen 2

Movie Review: Frozen 2

Gracie Warda, Online Editor in Chief

December 4, 2019

Six years after the original release of “Frozen,” “Frozen 2” made its debut on Nov. 22. Filled with all of the winter excitement, original music, and lovable characters of the original, “Frozen 2” is a must-see for all of the OG fans of “Frozen” and newcomers alike. “Frozen 2” follow...

Movie Review: Knives Out

Movie Review: Knives Out

John Sabato, Writer

December 2, 2019

The Whodunit angle in entertainment has been around for decades, giving fans character-driven stories that focus on one thing and one thing only: Who did it? It’s been years since a good murder mystery movie made its way onto the scene, and thankfully Rian Johnson’s “Knives Out” succeeds in al...

Movie Review: IT: Chapter 2

Movie Review: IT: Chapter 2

John Sabato, Reviewer

September 11, 2019

IT: Chapter 2 is a thrilling and terrifying conclusion to the 2017 hit,“IT”. The film follows “The Adult Losers Club” twenty-seven years after their believed defeat of  Pennywise and ended his reign of terror upon the town of Derry. History begins to repeat itself as some of the towns younger ci...

Movie Review: Blinded by the Light

Movie Review: Blinded by the Light

Chloe Couch, Writer

July 31, 2019

A great movie is like getting out for summer break: every moment feels unscripted and has endless possibilities. Sadly, within twenty minutes of “Blinded by the Light,” the whole theater was able to predict the ending. Although the movie highlighted the importance of racial equality, there were ma...

Movie Review: Spider Man: Far From Home

Movie Review: Spider Man: Far From Home

Tyler Soule, Print Editor in Chief

July 3, 2019

SPOILER-FREE FOR EVERYTHING THAT'S NOT IN TRAILERS (CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR ENDGAME) Coming off a what is somewhat socially believed to be subpar performance in “Spider-Man: Homecoming”, compared to the old films, Tom Holland, the actor who portrays this age’s Spider-Man, delivers a gut-punching, h...

Movie Review: Godzilla: King of the Monsters

Movie Review: Godzilla: King of the Monsters

John Sabato, Reviewer

June 4, 2019

(No Spoilers) Five years after the release of original Warner Bros. and Legendary Studios Godzilla (2014), Godzilla: King of the Monsters opens up in a world that's trying to prevent another San Francisco-level event, when Godzillla destroyed the city in the process of defeating his first foe. The s...