“Tom and Jerry” Review

While not utterly terrible, Tom and Jerry left me feeling lukewarm. By Scott Wood, Staff Writer and Artist To be quite frank, my feelings toward the live-action Tom and Jerry reboot started off being very lukewarm. After watching it finally, I’m proud to say that I’m still lukewarm on this film.  I was relieved to … Continue reading “Tom and Jerry” Review

“Raya and the Last Dragon” Review

I have nothing but positive things to say regarding Disney’s latest release. WARNING: This review contains spoilers. By Melissa Farthing, Copy Editor It had been officially over one year since I stepped foot inside a movie theater. Until I went to see Disney’s newest animated flick, that is. Raya and the Last Dragon was released … Continue reading “Raya and the Last Dragon” Review

My Top Ten Movies of 2019

I share my favorite films from last year. By Riley McMahon, Staff Writer 2019 was a great year for movies, one of the best years of all time, in my opinion! It was an all-around great year with amazing movies ranging from nearly every genre. With unforgettable viewing experiences to truly heartfelt stories put to … Continue reading My Top Ten Movies of 2019

“Sonic” Movie Review

I am relieved to announce that this movie is nothing special. By Scott Wood, Staff Writer/Artist When the Sonic the Hedgehog movie was first announced, I, along with millions of moviegoers across the world, felt a gut feeling of morbid curiosity mixed with impending dread, dread which would later be further amplified and echoed upon … Continue reading “Sonic” Movie Review

“Portrait of a Lady on Fire” Review

This unique film is a work of art that shouldn’t be missed. Rebekah Karp, Staff Writer/Artist Portrait of a Lady on Fire is a love story to last the ages. This film is written and directed by Céline Sciamma. It follows a young woman who is about to be married, and a young female painter. … Continue reading “Portrait of a Lady on Fire” Review

“Birds of Prey” Review

The film is fun, fast-paced and very stylistic. By Mia Splendore, Staff Writer/Artist The 2016 blockbuster Suicide Squad was a disappointing installment in DC’s cinematic universe for a lot of fans, despite being a huge box office success, bringing in nearly $750 million.  The Harley Quinn-centered sequel (of sorts) Birds of Prey came out in … Continue reading “Birds of Prey” Review

“Doctor Sleep” Movie Review

This film is a sequel that exceeds expectations. By Katie Sell, Staff Writer During November I made a trip to the Huntington 7 to view the film adaptation of Stephen King's Doctor Sleep. Going into it, my expectations for the sequel were low due to the high success of the first film of the series: … Continue reading “Doctor Sleep” Movie Review

Jojo Rabbit: The Coming-of-Age Story No One Expected to Need

Make sure to watch this movie before awards season. By Rebekah Karp, Staff Writer/Artist Walking into this movie, I didn’t know what to expect. I remember seeing the trailer and thinking, why was I laughing at a movie from the point of view of a World War 2 Nazi boy? And then I learned that … Continue reading Jojo Rabbit: The Coming-of-Age Story No One Expected to Need