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Review: Enola Holmes entertains with mystery and adventure

The promotional movie poster for one of Netflix's recent films, Enola Holmes.

Zoe Thaxton, Staff Writer

October 21, 2020

If you told me I'd find myself invested in a movie based on a spinoff book series about Sherlock Holmes's little sister, I wouldn't have believed you. The concept is just so overdone in forms of literature and film: the unknown sibling in a famous family. I thought this movie would've been so blasé...

Review: Hubie Halloween is a sweet treat

The promotional poster for Netflix's newest original film,

Sarai Cochran, Staff Writer

October 19, 2020

Hubie Halloween, starring Adam Sandler, just released on Netflix Oct. 7. Familiar faces including China Anne McClain, Peyton List, Karan Brar, Shaquille O'Neal and Noah Schnapp star in the movie as well. Hubie Halloween is very entertaining and hilarious for a kids' movie. Hubert Shubert Dubois, also...

Review: Cuties is not cute

The movie poster for Cuties, showing young girls dressed in inappropriate outfits.

Sarai Cochran, Staff Writer

September 30, 2020

Recently, there's been a lot of debate everywhere about the movie Cuties, so I had to see for myself if it was as bad as people were portraying it and it was pretty horrible. The French movie is flashy, inappropriate and not for kids whatsoever. The basis of the movie is that the main character Amy is a...

Review: The Devil All The Time is not for the faint of heart

The Devil All The Time movie poster (2020), courtesy of the production page on IMDB.

Via Godinez, Opinion Editor

September 29, 2020

"With all the twists, turns, and heart breaking moments of the film, I can not tell you how many times I gasped out loud or even started crying - and I'm not usually one to cry during movies."

Review: Tenet is not a 10/10

Review: Tenet is not a 10/10

Ella Wertz, News/Feature Editor

September 28, 2020

There hasn't been an overwhelming amount of movies coming out due to the pandemic, so I was super excited when Tenet made its debut in the theaters. Tenet follows the storyline of an American spy attempting to avoid the start of World War III based on climate change. The film utilizes time travel and m...

Review: the new Phineas and Ferb movie is amazing

The promotional poster for Candace Against the Universe.

Sarai Cochran, Staff Writer

September 21, 2020

Every time I would scroll on Snapchat, I would always see the ad for Phineas and Ferb the Movie: Candace Against the Universe. So, I finally decided to watch it and it was amazing. I used to watch the show when I was little until they cut it off. Since then, I thought that it would stay cancelled like the...

Review: The Social Dilemma fails to impress

The movie poster for

Hanna Malone, Sports Editor

September 15, 2020

Netflix's new documentary,  The Social Dilemma, had an immense opportunity to be revolutionary; especially today. Social media has a huge influence over society as a whole — people's political opinions, the way they choose to spend their time, the way they think, how they choose their friends, simply e...

Review: Mulan looks far beyond her reflection

Promotional picture for the latest remake of beloved Disney classic, Mulan, starring Liu Yifei.

Jennifer Le, Online Managing Editor

September 11, 2020

Disney's series of live-action remakes of their classic movies have always been pretty hit or miss, mostly because they always have their own spin on the original story. The most recent in this remake series is Mulan (2020), which was originally supposed to hit theatres March 27 earlier this year but...

Review: Chemical Hearts is sweet, but fails to recognize its full potential

Austin Abrams and Lili Reinhart play two teenagers engrossed in a relationship while finding themselves in Chemical Hearts.

Anna Woodward, Editor-in-Chief

September 3, 2020

After seeing ads for it every time I opened TikTok, I finally decided to watch Amazon Prime's Chemical Hearts. I had seen Lili Reinhart in "Riverdale," and Austin Abrams in "Euphoria," and was excited to see how the two would act with each other. SPOILERS AHEAD The film follows Henry (Abrams) as...

Review: Kimmy vs the reverend keeps the thrill of the series

The promotional poster for Netflix's newest interactive movie,

Anna Woodward, Online Managing Editor

May 19, 2020

When you're stuck at home, what better thing to do than to await for things to drop on Netflix. I finished Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt last fall, and missed it as soon as I finished. It was a happy show that was short enough to watch during a break but interesting enough to binge without getting bored. W...

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