Autopsy Of a Failed Movie

by Hailey Sepulvado ’22 Those lucky enough to have never seen the total fail that was “Cats” don’t have much to say, but those who did have to sit through the 151-minute atrocity has a few words about it. “Cats,” a movie remake of the “Cats” broadway musical, was expected to be a huge film, with lots of excited fans. … Read More

“Sex Education” Represents the LGBT+ Community

by Joseph Oscilowski ‘22 “Sex Education” is known for having numerous LGBT+ characters, each with their own stories and problems. But even with such diversity in sexuality, this show does an extremely good job in accurately representing real-life people and situations. The second season of “Sex Education” was released on January 17 to Netflix. This show focuses around the life … Read More

“Birds of Prey”: DC’s Latest…Something?

by Andrew Waterfield ‘20 With Marvel dominating the current superhero film landscape, it can be easy to forget that not every superhero film needs to end with a big laser shooting into the sky and the fate of the world hanging in the balance. The DC Universes’ first R-rated film “Birds of Prey” is a reminder that smaller, ground-level adventures … Read More

“Spies in Disguise:” a Comedy Hidden in a Children’s Movie

by Brenna Henderson ‘21 “Spies in Disguise,” released on December 25, 2019, is an animated movie that follows a smooth spy, Lance Sterling (Will Smith), on a quest to defeat a cybernetic terrorist, Killian (Ben Mendelsohn). Unfortunately for Lance, not-so-smooth scientist Walter Beckett (Tom Holland) accidentally turns him into a pigeon. Now the duo has to race to stop Killian … Read More

Pre-Commercial Hype and The Super Bowl

by Colin Horan ‘21 Each year as the Super Bowl approaches, viewers across the country prepare for Super Bowl Sunday’s greatest spectacle- the commercials. Football’s fans are graced by companies going all-out, spending millions on 30 seconds to entertain the 100 million who turned into the big game. Commercials often go at viewer’s emotions, like with Budweiser’s infamous “Puppy Love” … Read More

Golden Globes Outfit Review

by Devon Goldstein ‘21 Gwyneth Paltrow: Gwyneth Paltrow strutted the red carpet this weekend in this brown tool dress. She styled the dress with a diamond statement necklace placed under the top of the dress. It is quite revealing on the top half of the dress with an exposed bra-looking aspect. This is one of the worst dresses of the … Read More

‘The Rise of Skywalker’ Crumbles under Pressure

by Conall Sahler ‘20 Like the aim of a stormtrooper, “Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker” is clumsy yet oddly charming. “The Rise of Skywalker” is the culmination of 42 years, 11 films and four television shows. Does this concluding chapter properly end this beloved series? Kind of. “The Rise of Skywalker” has a lot to wrap up … Read More

‘Uncut Gems’ Is Truly a Cinematic Panic Attack

by Jack Miller ‘21 Prolific actor and comedian Adam Sandler takes a break from the typical slapstick schlock he’s become known for in recent years to deliver a sledgehammer performance in “Uncut Gems,” the electrifying new crime thriller by Josh and Benny Safdie. He plays Howie Ratner, a sleazy diamond district jeweler that makes a series of high-stakes bets in … Read More