By ELLA FITZPATRICK The classic American novel Little Women, was written by Louisa May Alcott in 1868 and has now been turned into a motion picture. The story follows the … Continue reading Review: 'Little Women' movie strays from gender norms
By AVALON SALVADORE “Dolly Parton’s America” is a new 9-episode podcast about Dolly Parton’s life and influence on pop culture. It is created and hosted by Jad Abumrad, a US … Continue reading Review: New Dolly Parton podcast brings hope to a divided nation
By AALEYAH WINSLOW Note: If you have not watched the movie, this article contains some spoilers. “You think your life is hard, I’m a high school junior wearing size 13 … Continue reading Netflix’s latest release ‘Tall Girl’ receives backlash
By AHLORA SMITH Endgame: the name that has been in the spotlight of the world’s attention for months. The Marvel Cinematic Universe has built the most splendid and bustling movie … Continue reading Review: Top Endgame moments for six infinity types
By ETHAN SIBBETT A movie that embodies the message “don’t be afraid to be different” with its long title. The movie is centered around the main character, Lewis, who moves … Continue reading Review: The House with a Clock in its Walls teaches a powerful message about being yourself.
By ALISON BRADSHAW, ELLA FITZPATRICK For those who have not watched Slender Man, be advised that this movie review may contain some spoilers. Movie: Slender Man Rated: PG-13 Run time: … Continue reading Review: ‘Slender Man’ gives audiences a subpar plot and a scare
By ALEENA SIRITANAPIVAT Growing up Asian in the United States of America can be, needless to say, overwhelming. Everywhere you look, models and actresses are glowing, gorgeous, and… American. With … Continue reading Review: Why ‘To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before’ is a tribute to the forgotten
By MIA ARANDA What makes “The Meg” stand out from other thrill-packed shark movies? “The Meg” focuses on not just any ordinary shark, but a prehistoric 75 foot Megalodon shark … Continue reading Review: ‘The Meg’ splashes summer audiences with originality