Review: “Green Book”

By Ryan Walukonis With Oscar season now behind us, it seems fitting to take a look at what the Academy chose as the years best movie, Green Book. It had been crushing it throughout the award season, picking up 49 awards on 86 nominations prior to Hollywood’s biggest night where it walked away with three […]

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Cold Pursuit Review

By: Ben Bennett Cold Pursuit once again reminded me that you cannot justify a film by its title, no matter how mundane that title may be. Directed by Hans Petter Moland, a Norwegian director, Cold Pursuit is based on Moland’s original Norwegian movie, In Order of Disappearance, released in 2014. Starring Liam Neeson as a […]

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Cyberbullying

By: Rose DiPaolo Since the internet was was invented on January 1st, 1983, users have found ways to belittle others online. Adults, both online and off, have attempted to raise awareness against bullying online, typically referred to as ‘cyberbullying’. But is cyberbullying still as big of a problem as many adults think? “I’m very involved […]

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Big Things Happening in 2019

By: Shasidhar Vadlamudi 2018 just wrapped up, and it has been a roller coaster for everyone. From the midterms, Winter Olympics, and the Youtube Drama, this previous year was definitely a thriller. But with 2018 in the past, there are many things on the horizon for Garnet Valley in 2019. Here’s a preview of some […]

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Movie Review: Mary Poppins Returns

By Ben Bennett After 54 years, movie audiences once again return to the Banks house in London, where the fictional world has only aged 20 years and the Banks children are all grown up. Michael Banks now works at a bank in London and his sister Jane, due to the passing of Michael’s wife, is […]

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Oscars 2019: Bigger Films = Bigger Ratings?

With films like “A Star is Born” and “Black Panther”, the 91st Academy Awards, held on February 24th, 2019, might witness a significant increase in viewership compared to the previous ceremony. Since 2016, the Oscars ratings have been steadily decreasing, with last year’s show garnering only 26.5 million viewers. 32.9 million people watched the event […]

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Widows Review

Widows stars Viola Davis, Michelle Rodriguez, Elizabeth Debicki, Cynthia Erivo, and is directed by Steve McQueen, director of the award winning 12 Years a Slave. Widows is also written by Gillian Flynn, an experienced writer known for her thrillers such as Gone Girl and Sharp Objects. Widows is yet another heist film in which the […]

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Review- “West Side Story” (1961)

By: Sanjana Chadive Musical theater has tremendously influenced American culture; in most cases, people go to Broadway to watch these shows. Two of the most well-known composers in the history of musical theater are Andrew Lloyd Webber and Leonard Bernstein. Webber is the mind behind Evita, The Phantom of the Opera, Cats, and many more. […]

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Wonder Movie Review

Wonder is a beautiful, heartfelt movie about a young boy, Auggie, with a facial deformity. The movie is an adaptation of the award-winning book. When Auggie starts his first day of middle school, he starts to realize that school might not be as wonderful as it seems. Filled with heart-wrenching drama, the movie starts with […]

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