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The Fall Guy: Review

Kaelin Eible, Writer, Anchor June 4, 2024

This spring, lots of critically acclaimed movies have been released. Films such as Kingdom of The Planet of The Apes, Challengers, Monkey Man, Abigail, and The Idea of You have all been crushing it in...

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Moneyball: Fact or Fiction?

Daniel Knott, Writer, Anchor March 21, 2024

Moneyball, on its release in 2011 was met with praise from baseball fans around the world. With a star studded cast including the likes of Brad Pitt, Jonah Hill and Phillip Seymour Hoffman the film made...

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L-Town on “Avatar: The Way of Water”

Ella Stone, Writer January 26, 2023

I went around the halls of LHS and got some reviews from some students on the new Avatar movie. Online reviews say that Avatar: Way of Water has a 4.4/5-star review.  Here are some reviews from some students... Aminta...


Modest Heroes Review

Jaden Morgan, Senior Editor, Anchor, Reporter December 14, 2022

Anime, like many mediums is an up-and-down artform, in terms of output; you can get an enveloping, Little Mermaid-like tale of an animal having to choose between the desire to become like humans, and the...

REGGIE (Owen Wilson, left) and JAKE (Woody Harrelson, right) in Relativity Media’s “FREE BIRDS.” Image Courtesy of Relativity Media.

Free Birds Review: A Real Turkey of a Talking Picture

Benjamin Daresavi, Writer November 14, 2022

(LHS Imprint) – It’s incredibly easy for one to balk at the concept behind a film like “Free Birds.” Two intrepid turkeys go back in time to the first Thanksgiving to get turkeys off the menu. But...

Dune Part One: Movie Review

Dune Part One: Movie Review

Greg Teich, Senior Writer November 1, 2021

Based on the 1965 Frank Herbert novel of the same name, Dune released in late October to widespread acclaim from both audiences and critics alike. A welcome change for Dune fans, following the 1984 David...

Coronavirus Movie Recommendations

Ayana Leblans, Senior Staff Writer April 4, 2020

It would be an understatement to say that the world is going through quite a confusing period of time at the moment. Fear of the coronavirus (COVID 19), the cancellation of school and other important events,...

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A Review of Sonic the Hedgehog: The Modern Day’s Citizen Kane

Cameron Willette, Senior Staff Writer February 26, 2020

Sonic the Hedgehog at first appears to be a simple kids film made to cash in on the beloved icon that is Sonic. A soulless film created solely to cash in on children. However, against all odds, Sonic rises...

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Joker: A Joke or a Masterpiece? We Clownin’

Veronica Fernandez, Senior Staff Writer January 10, 2020

Many of us grew up knowing Batman’s origin story like the back of our hand — a boy who watched his parents get killed in front of him and inherited his family’s fortune, but couldn’t let the corrupt...

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Amber Hubenschmidt, Senior Staff Writer May 19, 2017

My fellow Jedis and Stormtroopers, read with caution if you have not seen the new Star Wars movie: Rogue One for this article contains spoilers! This time last year, fans from all over the world were raving...

All the Personalities Equally Suck: A Review of Split

All the Personalities Equally Suck: A Review of Split

Josie Brodfuehrer, Senior Staff Writer March 31, 2017

24 personalities – With this many different characters in only one actor, you would think that M. Night Shyamalan’s Split would have a little something to offer.  But it didn’t. From getting Dissociative...

Movie Review: Hidden Figures

Movie Review: Hidden Figures

Amber Hubenschmidt, Senior Staff Writer March 30, 2017

You always see who goes to space, but do you ever wonder about the people who got them there? Hidden Figures reveals the women who were instrumental in getting astronauts to space. The movie was directed...

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