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The Ultimate Guide on How to Fake a Marriage For All the Wrong Reasons

The Ultimate Guide on How to Fake a Marriage For All the Wrong Reasons

Lina McDonald, Copy Editor September 28, 2022

At first glance, the Netflix original movie “Purple Hearts” seems like any other romantic drama: chock-full of bad innuendos and he-loves-me, he-loves-me-not moments. The film even features an original...

Marvel’s “Thor: Love and Thunder”

Marvel’s “Thor: Love and Thunder”

Scout Crockett, Staff Writer September 28, 2022

“Thor: Love and Thunder” is the story of a god dealing with common human struggles on a journey of self discovery- while also fighting monsters and villains with his magic ax. The film, released in...

Top Gun Maverick is the Sequel of the Year to Beat

Top Gun Maverick is the Sequel of the Year to Beat

Maria Bartness, Staff Writer September 26, 2022

   Maverick is back, and better than ever, as the opening scene starts with him disobeying the admiral's orders and flying off in “The Darkstar” reaching supersonic speed, and pushing himself past...

Minions: Rise of Gru

Minions: Rise of Gru

Dakota Tol, Staff Writer September 23, 2022

Summer of 2022 Universal Pictures released an animated comedy film that attracted a lot of attention. Over 61 million videos on Tik Tok were posted of teenage boys dressed up in their best suits going...

A Look at Elvis

A Look at Elvis

Reese Campbell, Staff Writer September 21, 2022

 Almost two years after quiet from Austin Butler, he finally took the screen June 24th as he premiered as young Elvis Aaron Presley. All a handsome young Presley has to do is belt that voice and shake...

Florence Pugh: Her Powerful Influence

Florence Pugh: Her Powerful Influence

Colette Lorge, Staff Writer September 19, 2022

Most recently seen in the 2022 film “Don't Worry Darling,'' Florence Pugh has impacted gender stereotypes in the modern-day film industry immensely. Between taking on strong feminist roles and exploring...

“Heartstopper: a Show That Brought Me to Tears

“Heartstopper”: a Show That Brought Me to Tears

Iben Orton, Staff Writer September 19, 2022
And trust me, I’m not an easy crier.
“Everything, Everywhere, All At Once”

“Everything, Everywhere, All At Once”

Emi Smart, Features Editor May 26, 2022

“Everything, Everywhere, All At Once” takes universal human struggles and flips them into literal universes. The movie, released in late March, follows an overburdened Chinese immigrant mother, wife,...

Review of “How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World”

Review of “How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World”

Dana Dew, Staff Writer May 24, 2022

Big-name studios are well-known for their ability to drag a series out to the bitter end, squeezing every last penny from viewing audiences. At the beginning of this process, sequels expand on an existing...

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How “Our Flag Means Death” Founded a Cultural Reset

Adri Jolie, Staff Writer April 17, 2022

Like most people, Our Flag Means Death was first introduced to me via TikTok. The main selling point—screamed by the frantic TikTokers in their tiny, mobile worlds—was the substantial lack of queerbaiting. “Queerbaiting”...

Art by Adri Jolie

The Five Best Holiday Movies to Watch in 2021

Lina McDonald, Staff Writer December 16, 2021

Love Actually (2003) This classic is the perfect pairing of celebration and holiday love—telling stories not just in the stereotypical boy-meets-girl way, but with characters that embrace all...

Wes Anderson’s “The French Dispatch”

Wes Anderson’s “The French Dispatch”

Emi Smart, Features Editor December 13, 2021

Wes Anderson’s 20th film, The French Dispatch, centers around a newspaper issue for a fictional 20th century French town’s publication. Packed with the classic Anderson style of witty and unusual phrasing,...

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