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Raia Badurina ’23 created a short film ‘Neither One Of Us,’ and has won and been nominated to numerous film festivals.

Badurina presents short film, recognized nationwide

Audrey Kercher ’23, Breaking News Manager March 21, 2023

While Raia Badurina ’23 can typically be found under bright lights, acting, singing and dancing alongside fellow Staples players, Badurina has stepped out of the spotlight this past summer and behind...

“It Ends With Us” is loosely based on Hoover’s childhood and her mother’s experience leaving an abusive relationship, breaking the cycle of domestic violence.

‘It Ends With Us’ movie cast stirs mixed opinions

Madeline Bell ’23, Staff Writer March 9, 2023

The main cast members for the movie adaptation of “It Ends With Us” were announced on Instagram on Jan. 26. Blake Lively plays Lily, while Justin Baldoni plays Ryle. BookTok has had mixed reactions...

The finale episodes of Better Call were the most-watched episodes of the show since Season 3s finale in 2017, which had drawn 1.8 million viewers. The largest share of the finale’s audience came from adults in the 25-54 category, drawing in 1.1 million fans out of the total 2.7 million.

‘Better Call Saul’ secures its place in television history

Henry Watson ’25, Paper News Editor March 9, 2023

In 2015, then-Inklings-Web-Managing-Editor Nicole DeBlasi reviewed the first episodes of "Better Call Saul”--both a sequel and prequel to “Breaking Bad”--and rated the television series as an extraordinarily...

The Girl Who Escaped premiered on Lifetime TV on Feb. 11., featuring Katie Douglass playing the role of Kara Robinson.

Kara Robinson’s Movie: ‘The Girl Who Escaped,’ promotes hope through trauma

Audrey Curtis ’25, Web Features Editor February 17, 2023

On a warm, breezy afternoon, June 24, 2002, a 15-year-old girl was watering her friends’ plants in the front yard of her house in Columbia, South Carolina, standing in the sun enjoying the start of summer....

“Avatar: The Way of Water,” released Dec. 16, has grossed $134 million in box office profit. Its predecessor, “Avatar” has one of the highest box office evaluations of all time, amassing nearly $3 billion since 2009. Just like the first, the second Avatar is anticipated to have more long-term hype and continue to draw audiences for the next few years.

‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ thrills audiences with a hefty toll

Mishael Gill ’23, Paper Managing Editor December 24, 2022

12 years later, the Avatar fandom rejoices with the next installment of a beloved series. “Avatar: The Way of Water” was released in theaters on Dec. 16, grossing $134 million nationwide. While the...

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever debuts in theaters across the World. The movie has already generated  $367.6 million at the box office.

‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ falls short of expectations (*SPOILER WARNING*)

Samantha Sandrew ’25, Web Features Editor December 16, 2022

Sequels are never better than the original, with the exception of “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2.” ‘Blank Panthers: Wakanda Forever’ aligned with the original cliche. With Marvel’s “Blank...

The new movie ‘She said’ premiered Nov. 18 and follows the story of how former Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein was exposed for his decades of sexual harrasment by an exposé written by two journalists. The movie recalls the events that took place and includes key contributors to the real article in the movie production.

‘She Said’ illuminates laborious path to ‘#MeToo’ movement

Jolie Gefen ’24, Web News Editor December 14, 2022

From frustrating defeats to exhilarating triumphs, “She Said” tells the tale of reporters Jodie Kantor and Megan Twohey’s journey in exposing the ignored and covered-up sexual abuse in Hollywood...

“Home Alone 2” provides entertainment for viewers this holiday season with Kevin’s impeccable comedic timing and quick thinking.

A (likely) controversial guide to the best (and worst) Christmas movies

Katherine Phelps '25, Paper Opinions Editor December 13, 2022

I absolutely love Christmas. The music, the decorations, the gift giving, you name it. However, Christmas would not be complete without the plethora of holiday movies. Some of my earliest childhood memories...

‘The Good Nurse’ features the serial killer Charles Cullen and the fellow nurse; Amy Loughren, who suspects him. The film is based on the 2013 true-crime book of the same name by Charles Graeber.

‘The Good Nurse’ on Netflix shocks audience with horrifying true story (Spoilers ahead!)

Liora Perkins '25, Web Arts Editor December 5, 2022

Tobias Lindholm’s movie, “The Good Nurse,” begins with an ICU nurse from New Jersey, Amy Loughren (Jessica Chastain) and her struggle to find affordable care for her life-threatening heart condition....

Released to Netflix on Oct 5, 2022, Mr. Harrigan’s Phone leaves viewers unfrightened despite being labeled as a horror movie.

Netflix’s ‘Mr Harrigan’s Phone’ fails to fit the horror genre

Margot Richlin ’23, Audience Engagement Manager October 31, 2022

Fall is undoubtedly the best time of year. The cool autumn breeze, the spooky music, the decorations and the general spirit make the month of October beyond comparison. But the one aspect of the spooky...

“The Batman” had me on the edge of my seat as I watched Robert Pattinson take on the role of Batman.

‘The Batman’ movie flies up the charts

Mia Kirkorsky ’24, Assistant Business Manager March 25, 2022

Everyone’s seen the typical Marvel superhero movie that is flooded with action scenes and core-vibrating music. “The Batman” veers away from this standard of blockbuster, action-packed films and...

The PG rated sequel Sing 2 takes on an adventurous plot that is appropriate and intriguing for all ages.

‘Sing 2’: engages, intrigues all ages

Alix Glickman '23, Social Media Manager February 16, 2022

“Sing 2,” the PG rated sequel to the original “Sing” movie from 2016, took on an unexpected plot that had the audience at the edge of their seat at all times. The main protagonist Buster Moon led...

“The Fallout” could just be the movie of the year, but it also heartbreakingly tells a tale that has become all too real to our generation.

‘The Fallout,’ a defining film of Gen Z, tells heartbreaking yet real story

Finnegan Courtney ’23, Executive TV Producer February 15, 2022

Every once in a while, a film comes along that defines a generation. “Rebel Without A Cause,” “All The President's Men,” “Star Wars,” “The Breakfast Club,” “The Social Network,” and...

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