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“The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez” emotional story of family, abuse and neglect

“The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez” emotional story of family, abuse and neglect

Taylor Park, Staff Reporter

March 9, 2020

Netflix released a new documentary series titled, “The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez” on February 26, focusing on the events surrounding the death of 8-year-old Gabriel Fernandez in Los Angeles County. On top of the intense information provided, the documentary includes some of the most emotional acco...

‘Miss Americana’: Taylor Swift’s career story told, lacks candor

‘Miss Americana’: Taylor Swift’s career story told, lacks candor

Dylan Newman, Staff Reporter

February 11, 2020

“Miss Americana,” Taylor Swift’s self-titled documentary on Netflix, tells a story of a woman who is overcoming various obstacles throughout her famed career. Overall, the documentary is watchable but struggles to develop some personal connections with the audience due to her aforementioned fame. I...

“The Mind of Aaron Hernandez”: a dark dive down into a murderer’s thoughts and your own values

“The Mind of Aaron Hernandez”: a dark dive down into a murderer’s thoughts and your own values

Annalise Freimarck, News Editor

January 23, 2020

Watching the original Netflix documentary series, “Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez,” feels like standing in his desolate jail cell with him, consumed by his violent emotions over being accused and convicted of murder, separated from his family and football career. In order to pinpoint...

Disney+ Breaks The Internet

Disney+ Breaks The Internet

Andrew Jaramillo, Staff Reporter

December 2, 2019

Disney+ is giving competitors Netflix and Hulu a run for their money, even with connectivity issues and errors that plagued it early on. The service has been stabilized since its bumpy Nov. 4 launch and I’m totally obsessed with the amount of binge-worthy content that Disney+ has to offer for just ...

‘Tell Me Who I Am’ a disturbing trauma film

‘Tell Me Who I Am’ a disturbing trauma film

Harleen Gill, Staff Reporter

October 31, 2019

“Tell Me Who I Am,” is an enticing and disturbing documentary, but not worthy of putting on your watchlist. The documentary is about two identical twins Marcus and Alex Lewis who confront each other after 20 years about their childhood traumas. Director Ed Perkins does a good job of eliciting...

El Camino: A Worthy Epilogue to One of the Greatest Shows of all Time

El Camino: A Worthy Epilogue to One of the Greatest Shows of all Time

Siddarth Srivastava, Staff Reporter

October 26, 2019

Epilogue is the key word here. This is not a new chapter of the “Breaking Bad” story, but a conclusion to one character’s story that didn’t get a full ending. It is definitely a worthy epilogue and worth your time if you are a “Breaking Bad” fan. “El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie” throws...

Is Streaming Destroying the Movie Theater Business?

Is Streaming Destroying the Movie Theater Business?

Andrew Jaramillo, Staff Reporter

October 22, 2019

While streaming has made accessing movie and television content a breeze, I can’t see movie theaters becoming obsolete because of it. Streaming is great for watching thousands of older titles, but theaters still remain the only way to watch the newest movies. Charles Rivkin, CEO of the Motion Picture As...

Comedy: Take a joke or take it seriously

Michelle Memoly, Staff Reporter

October 15, 2019

In Medieval times, the court jester was said to be the only one that could place over the king and queen. The jester was able to tell the king and queen what they were doing wrong or what they did that was wrong in a humorous form. To sentence the jester to death was a sign that dark times were to ...

Top three shows to watch on Netflix

Top three shows to watch on Netflix

Mehek Kapur, Staff Reporter

June 16, 2019

One of the hottest new shows of the spring season is “Good Girls,” a unique suburban thriller that combines thrills, drama and comedy in an unexpected way. The show follows three financially struggling mothers who rob a grocery store to become financially independent and get tangled up in a world of crime and danger. Christina Hendricks and Manny Montana deliver astounding performances, mana...

Second season of “13 Reasons Why” shows cruel realities of High School

Lorie Anne Reyes, Staff Reporter

June 1, 2018

Story continues in second season of “13 Reasons Why” and proves that the cruel realities of high school controversy is something worth highlighting. The much disputed Netflix original teen drama is based on a novel by Jay Asher and covers sensitive issues such as underage rape, bullying and ...