2020

“IO:” A not so thrilling thriller

April 5, 2020

“IO” is a Netflix Original that consists of breathtaking cinematography, poor execution, and exceptional characters. “IO” is about Sam, a scientist dedicated to finding a way for humans to adapt and survive, being stuck in […]

2020

Bloodshot: An enthralling drama/fantasy movie

April 5, 2020

Bloodshot: An enthralling drama/fantasy movie. There was a fascinating plot, eye-catching visuals, and  high-quality acting done by the actors. ‘’Bloodshot’’ is a story about Ray Garrison, an elite soldier who was killed in battle and […]

2020

“Brahms: The Boy II”: Not a surprise

March 28, 2020

“Brahms: The Boy II” is a sequel to the movie “The Boy” and has brought many fans of the first movie mixed opinions. The movie had poor execution, genuine characters, and an anticlimactic plot. In […]

2020

Creed II: A movie for the ages

March 27, 2020

“Creed II” is a sequel to the first movie, “Creed,” and it has left many fans wanting more with powerful acting, intimate romance, and a well put fashion crew. In the movie, Adonis Creed was […]

2020

Fantasy Island: A Chilling and Intriguing film

March 27, 2020

Blumhouse’s Fantasy Island is an adventure, horror, and fantasy film created by  Jeff Wadlow and written by Jillian Jacobs, Christopher Roach. The overall elements of the film like the setting and its visuals, as well […]

2020

Ghost Stories: A deceased story

March 11, 2020

By Argenis Salgado ’21 Ghost Story, a Netflix original movie, was released  Jan. 21. It is an Indian Hindi-language anthology horror film that consists of four short film segments. These segments are directed by Karan […]

2020

“Ford v Ferrari”: Ups and downs

February 3, 2020

By Alondra Del Toro ’22 With its excellent actors and amazing soundtrack, “Ford v Ferrari” manages to keep its audience in their seats.  Synopsis  Ford is on a mission to build one of the fastest […]

2020

“The Knight Before Christmas”: A real fairytale

February 3, 2020

By Emily Trujillo ’22 “The Knight Before Christmas” has a cliche plot, empathetic characters, and a jolly soundtrack. A medieval knight, Sir Cole, is transported to modern-day Ohio during the holidays. A teacher, Brooke, meets […]

2019

Noelle: Simply inspiring

January 21, 2020

By Ericka Taboada ’22 Noelle has an interesting plot, it sends an important message, and has fascinating characters. Noelle’s father is Santa Claus and when her father passes away, it is her brother, Nick’s, job […]

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