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The best animated films of all time

The best animated films of all time

Spencer Woodbury, Editor April 22, 2022

Imagine. It is Saturday morning, you run down the stairs in your pajamas, pour yourself a large bowl of cereal and turn on Nickelodeon, Disney XD or Cartoon Network. Long before your obsession over...

Hollywood produces memorable Oscar night

Hollywood produces memorable Oscar night

Layla Vega, Staff Writer April 19, 2022

On Mar. 27, the 94th Academy Awards, widely known as the Oscars, reunited cinema lovers and honored the best achievements in filmmaking from the previous year. However, at the same time, it brought uncontained...

Taku and Rikako casually walking through the streets of Tokyo.

An awfully good movie, ‘Ocean Waves’

Spencer Woodbury, Editor March 25, 2022

Note: this review contains major spoilers! Japanese animation studio, Studio Ghibli, is well known in the United States for beloved works such as 2002 Oscar winner “Spirited Away”. While many Ghibli...

Pokémon Legends: Arceus, breath of the mild

‘Pokémon Legends: Arceus’, breath of the mild

Spencer Woodbury and Luke Taylor February 17, 2022

On Jan. 28, 2021, fans of the adored gaming franchise, “Pokémon”, were ecstatic when Nintendo announced a new spinoff game, “Pokémon Legends: Arceus”. Released on Jan. 28, 2022, “Pokémon Legends:...

The Christmas Chronicles (2018, Netflix)

Ten holiday classics to enjoy during winter break

Ayathi Gogineni, Editor December 1, 2021

It is that time of the year again when stockings are hung, trees are adorned with lights and families are at the fireplace singing and dancing to the wonderful music of Christmas or watching holiday shows...

Fall theatre season opens with mystery, murder and laughs

Fall theatre season opens with mystery, murder and laughs

Camerin Thrweatt, Staff Writer November 3, 2021

On Oct. 21, 2021 Theatre on the Hill opened to its first sold out crowd in over two years. In the murder mystery Clue, based on the popular board game, six unsuspecting characters are locked mansion and,...

A game worth waiting for, Metroid Dread

A game worth waiting for, ‘Metroid Dread’

Spencer Woodbury, Editor October 29, 2021

On June 15, 2021, fans of the beloved gaming franchise, "Metroid", were exhilarated when Nintendo announced a fifth entry to the mainline "Metroid" series that would be released on Oct. 8, 2021. The fifth...

The Swimmer takes readers for a spy chase across Europe

‘The Swimmer’ takes readers for a spy chase across Europe

Ben Schneider, Chronicle Staff Writer June 14, 2021

"The Swimmer" features secret information with global implications, mysterious enemies, action, danger and long-awaited redemption. In this Swedish thriller written by Joakim Zander and published in 2013,...

Dune immerses readers into unique sci-fi world

‘Dune’ immerses readers into unique sci-fi world

Ben Schneider, Chronicle Staff Writer April 14, 2021

Author Frank Herbert’s classic science fiction novel "Dune" has experienced a resurgence in popularity with the upcoming release of a new film adaptation in Oct. 2021. Originally published in 1965, it...

GUEST: The Grand Budapest Hotel delivers excitement and uniqueness

GUEST: ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ delivers excitement and uniqueness

Julian Crossen, Guest Contributor March 5, 2021

Our Guest film reviews are a collaboration with Billy Kaskay's Ethics and Culture in Film elective. The Grand Budapest Hotel is a 2014 film directed by Wes Anderson. This quirky and visually exciting...

GUEST: Rumble Fish creates an artful take on a playful genre

GUEST: Rumble Fish creates an artful take on a playful genre

Jane Lively, Guest Contributor February 26, 2021

Our Guest film reviews are a collaboration with Billy Kaskay's Ethics and Culture in Film elective. The 1980s created a gold standard for coming of age teen films. Characterized by their lighthearted...

GUEST: Westworld provides a thrilling warning of technology

GUEST: ‘Westworld’ provides a thrilling warning of technology

Drew Morrissette, Guest Contributor February 19, 2021

Our Guest film reviews are a collaboration with Billy Kaskay's Ethics and Culture in Film elective. Would you like to become a western gunslinger for a while, or a wealthy Roman living in a beautiful...

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