The Last of Us: Review

Daniel Sipanovic '25 Contributor The Last of Us follows the recent trend of video games becoming TV shows. Based off the video game by Naughty Dog, The Last of Us shows the resilience of humankind and our struggle for survival in a hostile world.  The Last of Us is about a man named Joel and... Continue Reading →

Jordan Peele: Excellence in Film

Luke Perrett '24 Sports Editor Jordan Peele is a director, writer, and producer who has emerged as one of the most exciting and original voices in modern cinema. Best known for his work in the horror genre, Peele has built a reputation for crafting very terrifying stories, that also carry deep meaning.  Peele was born... Continue Reading →

Creating Nothing Out of Something 

Darius Martin '24 Website Editor The new Disney Pixar Movie Lightyear is a story within the Toy Story franchise, viewed by a young Andy. The movie is about the events that influence him into buying a Buzz Lightyear figurine. This background information is more or less useless, and with the Toy Story franchise having a... Continue Reading →

Turning Red: Is It Okay To Be Different?

Yash Varma ’24 Contributor Pixar Studio’s Turning Red (2022) captures the exaggerated swagger of a Chinese tween in early 2000s Toronto. It is Pixar Studio’s newest instalment and has been well-received by critics and ethnically underrepresented minorities alike. However, does it really live up to the excitement, or has Pixar dropped the ball on their... Continue Reading →

The Emoji Movie: So Bad it’s Good? No. 

Jackson Gordon '22 Science & Technology Editor The Emoji Movie has far too esteemed a cast to be as terrible as it is. The first twenty minutes of the film introduce the audience to the inhabitants of ‘Textopolis,’ the land inside your phone where the emojis live. One of these emojis, the poop emoji, voiced... Continue Reading →

Book of Boba Fett Review

Mikhail Precourt' 24 Contributor Star Wars: The Book of Boba Fett has now concluded, with the last episode being released on February 9th. Starting with praise, the fight scenes were action-packed and fun, especially in the team-up between Boba Fett and the Mandalorian. The final episode was especially suspenseful and is my favorite episode of... Continue Reading →

The Beatles: Get Back Review

Sawyer Ramsay '24 Contributor On Thursday, November 25, 2021, The Beatles documentary Get Back became available for the first time on Disney plus. The series lasted three days, containing one episode per day, and was complete by November 27.  The series is a compilation of footage and audio recordings taken just before the breakup of the band... Continue Reading →

Loki Review: The God of Mischief Returns (Spoilers!)

Brett Torres '22 Contributor  As a superfan of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), I was eager for the release of Loki on Disney+, especially after the releases of WandaVision (2021) and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (2021). I initially had low expectations for Loki, but the show left me excited for the future of the MCU.   After escaping with the Tesseract in Endgame, Loki teleports to the Gobi Desert only to be arrested by the Time Variance Authority (TVA) for altering the Sacred Timeline. While in... Continue Reading →

Black Widow: Unfulfilled Potential 

Peter Daza 22  Contributor  Finally, after her debut in Iron Man 2, Natasha Romanoff has gotten a standalone film. Black Widow is a spy thriller centered around the Avenger’s dark and guilt-ridden past, exploring the themes of family, regret for past actions, and vengeance. After years of fans wondering if it was ever going to... Continue Reading →

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