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Avengers Endgame Review

Jayton Rausch, Legacy A&E Editor

May 22, 2019

The Avengers movies started with Iron Man (2008), sparking one the greatest storylines ever to be created. Worldwide fans have waited for Avengers End Game to see the result of Thanos acquiring all six of the Infinity Stones. If you haven't seen this movie yet, you need to as soon as possible. The movie r...

P!nk’s ‘Hurts 2B Human’ Impresses

Michaela Ely, Web Editor

May 20, 2019

P!nk came out with her eighth studio album, Hurts 2B Human, April 26. The album features artists such as Khalid and Chris Stapleton. The lead single, “Walk Me Home,” makes me think of songs I’ve heard in the past, however it puts a new spin on cliche pop music. It seems to be a little bit m...

Rap Or Go To The League Review

Jayton Rausch, Staff

May 17, 2019

Rap Or Go To The League is 2 Chainz’s fifth studio album. 2 Chainz used to be one of the biggest rappers, doing features with Lil Wayne, Drake, Travis Scott and more great rappers.                                      The first song, “Forgiven” (featuring Marsha Ambrosius), is an okay song only because ...

Captain Marvel Review

Mariah Perez, Staff

May 17, 2019

Captain Marvel is Marvel Studio’s 21st entry into their contiguous series of films that have come to be known as the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Captain Marvel is also Marvel’s first ever female-led film. Both of these factors mean that the movie had a lot to live up to and, for me at least, it did n...

Us Movie Review

Mason Giustino, Executive Producer

April 22, 2019

After seeing Jordan Peele’s directorial debut film Get Out, I knew he was different; the movie incorporates political satire, horror and humor into a film that was raved about by critics and fans alike. His new film US takes a sharp turn down the alley of horror and suspense. The movie follows the ...

Everyday Movie Review

Gracie Little, Staff

April 17, 2019

The movie Every Day was directed by Michael Sucsy and released Feb. 23, 2018. It tells the story of A, a genderless entity that occupies the bodies of teenagers. Overall, I enjoyed the movie. It was an easy watch and the plot was simple but I was disappointed in some aspects because it was so predictable. ...

Shazam! Review

Autumn Scriven, Staff

April 17, 2019

In a world where superheroes like the Avengers and the Justice League shine in the spotlight, Shazam! was released April 5 as DC attempt to captivate the audience with action and comedy. Shazam! is about a 14-year-old kid, Billy Bateson (Asher Angel) who was put into foster care after losing his mom whe...

Free Uzi Song Review

Jayton Rausch, Staff

April 17, 2019

Rapper Lil Uzi Vert, who is signed with Atlanta Records, has been having issues with his record label for a while. Atlanta Records has not allowed Uzi to release his long-awaited album Eternal Etake and they won't tell him why he is not allowed to release it. Not to long ago, due to the frustration, Uzi d...

Why Green Book shouldn’t have won best picture

McKenna Zacher, Managing editor

March 27, 2019

In the weeks leading up to this year’s Academy Awards, I made it my goal to watch all of the films nominated for the Best Picture category. With only a week to go, I only had one more film to watch before I would complete my goal. I headed into Green Book with neutral expectations, knowing only a brief amount a...

The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, Review

Autumn Scriven, Staff

March 27, 2019

Everything's is not awesome is how the The Lego Movie 2 begins. In fact, the world that the Lego people live in is in complete disaster.  But to one Lego figure living in his own world, everything is still awesome and he is having trouble adjusting to the world he now lives in. After the at...

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