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Nic’s Flicks (Pt. 1)

Nic Baggetto, Editor-in-chief

October 3, 2017

50. “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl” (2003) This list begins very similarly to how it ends, with a movie that impacted me growing up. I can’t claim that the “Pirates” movies are masterpieces, especi...

‘Thrones’ develops in seventh season, leaves fans anticipating series finale

Trenton Holmquist, Sectional Editor

October 3, 2017

Winter has come. After many bloody, deceiving, backstabbing episodes, Game of Thrones has almost reached its climax, and fans are ready to see who ends up on the iron throne. Though three episodes shorter, season 7 seven of GOT ...

Movie math: summer box office suffers

Nic Baggetto, Editor-in-chief

October 3, 2017

The movie industry is damaged. It’s pretty simple, really. People just don’t go to the movies anymore. This summer, the total North American box office didn’t even reach $4 billion, a record low for Hollywood. Even films such as ...

Female superhero, ‘Wonder Woman’ dominates at summer box office

Trenton Holmquist, Sectional Editor

October 3, 2017

   This summer the world has had the privilege to see the greatest female led superhero movie of all time: “Wonder Woman.” Star actress Gal Gadot portrays Diana Prince, also known as Wonder Woman, in the summer’s biggest an...

Nostalgic shows return, but are they good?

Jacky Pano, Staff Reporter

October 3, 2017

Whenever a beloved T.V. show ends, there’s always a little part inside of people that wishes for a spinoff or a reboot. Lucky for us, Netflix and Disney Channel have been listening. “Fuller House” was announced in February 2...

“Law and Order: SVU” celebrates its 400th episode

Naomi Wiley, Staff Reporter

March 10, 2017

“Law and Order: Special Victims Unit”’s leads, Mariska Hargitay and Ice-T, along with other cast members celebrated the 400th episode of the show titled “Motherly Love.” Created and produced by Dick Wolf and s...

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