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The Utter Enigma that is Nicholas Cage

Emma LeDent, Web Editor May 20, 2022

Like any other sane person, I spend a perfectly healthy amount of time a day thinking about Nicholas Cage. To me, there’s no other actor that lives up to the man’s infamy. His filmography spans a wide...

Is Love Truly Blind?

Is Love Truly Blind?

Lexi Axiotes, Reporter March 2, 2022

The wedding episode of season two of the Netflix series “Love is Blind” aired on Friday, and let me just say, I called most of these endings. Episode One began with 14 guys and 14 girls ready to find...

Licorice Pizza

Licorice Pizza

Merrigan Miller, Reporter January 18, 2022

“Licorice Pizza”; the two hour and thirteen minute movie equivalent to a maze with no way of exiting. Scene after scene the screen is blasted with color and wardrobes cut from the pages of 70’s magazines....

Dang, Dune!

Dang, Dune!

Alexis Wendt, Reporter December 21, 2021

It’s that time of year again as Timothée Chalamet has taken over Hollywood and every movie theatre in the nation. His most recent performance was in Dune directed by Dennis Villeneuve. To be honest,...

West Side Glory

West Side Glory

Merrigan Miller, Reporter December 15, 2021

  Two gangs both alike in dignity in fair Manhattan where we lay our scene. The typical star crossed lovers story retold yet again through the vision of Stephen Spielberg with splashes of color...

Netflixs Maid is a Must-Watch

Netflix’s “Maid” is a Must-Watch

Addy Fowler, Reporter December 14, 2021

“Maid” begins with Alex, a 25-year-old mother, tiptoeing out of her mobile home with her two-year-old daughter, Maddy, on her back. Alex’s boyfriend had just ended an argument by punching a hole...

Boys, Boys, Boys

Boys, Boys, Boys

Kate Shatel, Reporter March 31, 2021

Most storylines that are drug along over the span of three movies, end up extremely cheesy and dull. “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before: Always and Forever” is pretty close to both of those labels,...

Self-driving Smart Car Auto Parking

Documentary or Thriller?

Nila Chandramouli, Reporter March 31, 2021

As many true-crime fans were eager to watch Crime Scene: the Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel, most found themselves quite disappointed with the Netflix documentary by Joe Berlinger. Although its use of impressing...

The #FreeBritney Movement: Explained

The #FreeBritney Movement: Explained

Addy Fowler, Reporter March 1, 2021

On February 5, 2021, The New York Times released a highly anticipated documentary, “Framing Britney Spears.” The documentary focuses on Spear’s life, including the legal struggle with her father,...

The Fleeing Family

The Fleeing Family

Hanna Haffner, Reporter February 2, 2021

¨The Vanished” by Peter Facinelli is based on a true story, also ranked in the top 10 on Netflix.  A young couple with a small child decide to go on a fun camping trip to make memories.  The dad,...

What Happened to Monday?

What Happened to Monday?

Gigi Gillespie, Reporter February 2, 2021

Recently released on Netflix, “What Happened To Monday?” has been on the top charts for awhile now. As I was scrolling through each genre and looking for a movie to watch, I never expected to actually...

The Lost Husband

The Lost Husband

Hanna Haffner, Reporter December 14, 2020

The Lost Husband is an unremarkable movie.  Libby, a widow and a mom of two, is learning how to do life without her husband.  Her family moves in with Libby’s mother and learns that was just not the...

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