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Ed Helms, Jack Dylan Grazer, and Thomas Barbusca star in Rons Gone Wrong. It was released in October 2021.

There’s Nothing Wrong with “Ron’s Gone Wrong”

Claire M. '23, Reporter January 18, 2022

I started watching a movie on my couch, by myself, with my popcorn and before I knew it, my sister came down for some extra popcorn and was glued to the T.V. I went in thinking that “Ron’s Gone Wrong”...

Based on a true story, House of Gucci features Lady Gaga and Adam Driver in lead roles. The film hit theaters in November 2021.

All-star Cast Thrills in “House of Gucci”

Emily M. '22, Editor-in-chief January 10, 2022

Upscale fashion, romance, wealth, murder, Italy—sounds like the perfect storm for a blockbuster film. Based on the scandalous true story, “House of Gucci” recounts the events that shook the fashion...

Archie Yates plays Max Mercer in the new Home Sweet Home Alone movie on Disney Plus. The film was released on November 12.

“Home Sweet Home Alone”: Trying to Remake a Classic

Jane M. '23, Reporter December 24, 2021

Think back to “Home Alone” with the adorable, innocent, eight-year-old Macaulay Culkin. Remember the joy and laughter when watching that movie. When I heard Disney remade the film, I had high hopes...

Taylor Swift poses on the album cover for Red (Taylors Version).

Taylor Swift Takes Back “Red,” or Does She?

Paisley D. '25, Reporter December 20, 2021

The first song Taylor Swift song I heard was “You Belong With Me.” I had heard that song when I was eight, and ever since then I have stuck by Swift's side in every album she wrote. Then I saw she...

The Princess Switch 3 enters Netflixs Hallmark category, just in time for the holidays.

“The Princess Switch”: They Should Have Stopped at One

Bridget M. '25, Reporter December 15, 2021

It took me five days to watch “The Princess Switch 3: Romancing the Star,” not because I enjoyed it, but because I could not sit through more than 20 minutes at a time. In the end, this romantic comedy...

“Tenet” Proves Strange but Spectacular

Emily M. '22 March 11, 2021

Mind-bending, action-packed, and shocking, “Tenet” offered viewers a chance to return to the theaters for another masterpiece from director Christopher Nolan. Terrific acting coupled with meticulous...

“The Premature Burial”: Four Stories in One

Ruth O. '24 March 9, 2021

“The Premature Burial” explores the concept of literary “pleasurable pain”. It is a deep exploration of gothic literature. A forefront to the type of fear experienced from being trapped in a grave...

The film Bird Box can be streamed by its distributer, Netflix.

“Bird Box” Review

Mame N. '24 March 9, 2021

First released in 2018, the “Bird Box” fan base grew quite rapidly in a minuscule amount of time, with memes and trends overflowing on all social media platforms about the film. An adaptation of the...

An Analysis on Zeros by Declan McKenna

An Analysis on Zeros by Declan McKenna

Sam K. '24, Reporter March 4, 2021

Declan McKenna’s “Zeros” is an entrancing and majestic album evoking the future as well as the past. “Zeros” perfectly encapsulates 70s glam rock, but also has a taste of modern pop. It is reminiscent...

Review on Wonder

Caitlyn F. '24, Reporter March 3, 2021

Wonder is a wholesome film that follows a 10 year old boy named Auggie, played by Jacob Tremblay. This heartstopping story involves a lot of drama, suspicion, and intensity. “Wonder” brings out so...

A Delightfully Average Movie: “Onward” Review

Erin R. '21 March 3, 2021

The 2020 Disney Pixar film “Onward” is a heartwarming yet underwhelming tale of family and growing up. This film tells a new but familiar story of a tragic twist on a magic spell. While this movie...

Aladdin 2019: The Magic of Love and Friendship

Tiara N. '23 February 28, 2021

A live action remake of an extraordinary Disney classic with incredible cast members brought “Aladdin” back to life in 2019. With a creative spin on the plot of the story, the talented cast and directors...

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