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“Bohemian Rhapsody” is a show stopper

Hannah Stedman, Editor-in-cheif

December 4, 2018

I admit that I’m not a diehard Queen fan. I didn’t know the names of all the band members and I didn’t know that Freddie Mercury was gay and died of AIDS. But I love their songs and have memorized most of them so I felt justifie...

Trailers don’t do “Isle of Dogs” justice

Claribelle Yao, Staff Reporter

May 7, 2018

Claymation is an artform known by many and appreciated by little. “Isle of Dogs” is a twist of Japanese culture and a futuristic dystopia. The movie’s focused on dogs ridden with sickness and exile them to a musty and t...

“A Quiet Place” is suspensfully scary

Lily Villarreal, Staff Reporter

May 3, 2018

“A Quiet Place” is about a society who lives in fear of creatures that hunt by sound, the death angels. The people who are still alive have to be absolutely silent in order to survive The main focus is on a family who becomes en...

Love Simon, cliche or moving?

Briana Ramsey, Staff Reporter

April 24, 2018

“Love Simon” hit the big screen a couple weeks ago and teenagers everywhere are infatuated by the insanely unique and charming story. It was the coming-of-age story we didn’t know we needed. The story features a gay teenage boy...

Sterotypes redefined by “Black Panther”

Claribelle Yao, Staff Reporter

March 25, 2018

The representation of dark-skinned black people in media is poor. The little representation given in movies were a negative stereotype of being loud, ghetto, and ready to fight for no given reason. But, on Feb. 16, Black Panther ...

Movie Review: “The Greatest Showman”

Briana Ramsey, Staff Reporter

January 23, 2018

“The Greatest Showman” was a montage of movie-musical magic. With renown actors such as Hugh Jackman and Zac Efron to make up the cast, the film was successfully coalesced together to form an ionic and vibrant portrait of the classi...

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