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Ford v Ferrari (2019) Review

Ford v Ferrari (2019) Review

Rocco Damiano, Staff Reporter

February 11, 2020

Racing has never been this enthralling on the big screen.  James Mangold’s Ford v Ferrari tells the true story of Caroll Shelby and Ken Miles, who are on a mission to build the Ford GT40. It’s a new racing car with the potential to finally defeat Ford’s biggest rival, Ferrari, in the 1966 24 H...

Maleficent’s moment

Maleficent’s moment

Priya Kamisetti, Staff Reporter

February 11, 2020

Enchanted spindles bringing about their deathly prick, dragons coming alive, princes and princesses with happily ever afters. Fairy tales are something many of us grow up with during our childhoods but it’s always an adventure when a classic tale is given new life in the modern world.  Malefice...

Top 10 movies of 2019

Top 10 movies of 2019

Rocco Damiano, Staff Reporter

February 7, 2020

  10: Spider-Man: Far From Home The second solo Spider-Man film of the MCU deals with the fallout of Avengers: Endgame. Peter Parker goes on a school field trip while also having to face off against a new supervillain named Mysterio. As always, Tom Holland is great as the web-slinger. Jake Gyllen...

The Red Queen: red on the outside, silver in the heart

The Red Queen: red on the outside, silver in the heart

Shreyal Sharma, Staff Reporter

January 9, 2020

How often do you find yourself doing something solely because of social pressures or personal anxieties? Being someone else is easy, but being yourself is what many people struggle with. But, what if a person finds out they were never who they truly thought they were—what if they lived a life tha...

The Tall Girl’s struggle to fit in

The Tall Girl’s struggle to fit in

Haripriya Kemisetti, Staff Reporter

November 15, 2019

Stress and loneliness. Drama and betrayal. High school is thought by some to be the best time of one's life, while others see it as the most miserable chapter of their youth. Going through high school as a regular kid is hard enough, so watchers can imagine how difficult it can be to go through school ...

Doctor Sleep (2019) and The Shining (1980): Does the sequel win out?

Doctor Sleep (2019) and The Shining (1980): Does the sequel win out?

Rocco Damiano, Staff Reporter

November 15, 2019

Doctor Sleep (2019) Mike Flanagan’s Doctor Sleep is a sequel to Kubrick’s 1980 horror classic The Shining, but it doesn’t feel like it. This movie doesn’t have the same tone, atmosphere, or chills as its predecessor. The film follows Danny Torrence (played by Ewan McGregor) as he help...

Netflix Knockout

Netflix Knockout

McKayla Coppla, Staff Reporter

November 14, 2019

Disney Plus, Disney's premier streaming service, will be giving Netflix the greatest competition it has ever faced. Having ownership of Marvel, Disney classics, and the Star Wars series, Disney Plus will be taking away the rights to these films from Netflix and other streaming services. Will Netflix original...

An Outbreak of Peppa Pig

An Outbreak of Peppa Pig

McKayla Coppla, Staff Reporter

November 1, 2019

Appealing to both the teenage and toddler eye, a diverse and entertaining character has taken the stage and is touring her exponential success. Circulating through most high school halls, this pink sensation is a hot topic of discussion for not only 4-year-olds but also teenagers who are captured by h...

The value of art in Kinnelon High School

The value of art in Kinnelon High School

Shreyal Sharma, Staff Reporter

October 16, 2019

  Demetri Martin, a famous American comedian, and actor, once said, “The Earth without art is just eh."  Imagine a little boy sitting at his desk, gazing through the window and seeking out for hope. All that comes to his eyes are black and white trees, darkened clouds, and white drywall...

Joker (2019) Review

Joker (2019) Review

Rocco Damiano, Staff Reporter

October 11, 2019

Joker tells the story of Arthur Fleck, a Gotham City resident who slowly goes insane. This movie does an incredible job depicting a mentally ill man in an unjust world. Todd Phillips’ breathtaking direction perfectly complements the dark tone of the film.  It’s clear throughout that this is a movie ...

Does “Unwind” Predict a Possible Future?

Does “Unwind” Predict a Possible Future?

Ellis Nunez, Staff Reporter

October 9, 2019

If you picked option A, you are most likely a tithe. If you picked option B, you are most likely a regular child who does not want to have their organs harvested.  Unwind by Neal Shusterman is a novel set in a future United States about a society in which children are regularly taken out of the custo...

The Social Media Wars Continue…

The Social Media Wars Continue…

Haripriya Kemisetti, Staff Reporter

October 8, 2019

Snap. Click. Send. The world has taken another huge step toward the social media apocalypse. Wars have been waged, alliances have been made. Two of the biggest social media corporations have declared war, even though according to most students, there is already a divide based on what each pla...

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