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Classic Movie Review: Good Will Hunting

Gabe Thomas, Staff Writer

May 14, 2020

Earlier this week while I was sitting in my room, bored out of my mind, I decided to go onto Hulu and look for any good movies to watch. I was not disappointed as I found the 1997 academy award-winning film, “Good Will Hunting.” The film, which jump-started the careers of Matt Damon and Ben A...

To all the Boys: ps I Still Love You

Madalyn Cottrell, Staff Writer

March 9, 2020

On February 12, Netflix finally released the second film of the “To All the Boys” trilogy based off of an original book series written by Jenny Han. I am a huge fan of the movies, and even though I have only read the first book, Lara Jean has become a teenage icon that I’m sure girls of all ag...

Frozen II Review

Madalyn Cottrell, Staff Writer

January 29, 2020

Finally, after six years of longingly waiting for a sequel, Disney has at last come through with “Frozen II.” I was beyond ecstatic when the trailer dropped, and after the soundtrack was released, I was hooked on seeing the movie as soon as I could.   I saw “Frozen II” with my exchange stude...

“Birds of Passage”: a quality review

Grant Hess, MVC Staff Reporter

May 21, 2019

“Birds of Passage” is an indie film featuring a diverse cast of colorful characters. The film centers around the Wayuu community in central Mexico and their adventure into the drug market. The film is definitely a foreign film, with no English at all. All dialogue is in Spanish instead. While th...

How To Train Your Dragon 3

Madalyn Cottrell, MVC Staff Reporter

April 10, 2019

I am definitely one of those people who gets overly attached to movies aimed towards children, especially the ones I grew up watching. These include Disney movies, Pixar movies, etc. As a kid, I remember being pretty obsessed with “How To Train Your Dragon” after seeing it with my dad, and I can say w...

What a rough movie: “A Dog’s Way Home”

Zyaria Hatcher, MVC Staff Reporter

February 19, 2019

While binge-watching “Family Feud,” a movie trailer of “A Dog's Way Home” popped up and I immediately knew that I wanted to see that movie. I do not know if it was entirely because of the cuteness of the dog, but I went right out to see it.   “A Dog's Way Home” is based on a W. Bruce Cameron ...

“On the Basis of Sex”: Notorious RBG

Joan Lee, MVC Features and Reviews Editor

January 29, 2019

On Christmas day, “On the Basis of Sex” was released. The movie is a 2018 American biographical legal drama. “On the Basis of Sex” is about Ruth Bader Ginsburg, one of the current Supreme Court justices. The film stars Felicity Jones as the protagonist Ruth, and Armie Hammer as Ruth’s h...

Nutty for “The Nutcracker and the Four Realms”

The Nutcracker is shown many times throughout the day at Legacy 9.

Zyaria Hatcher, MVC Staff Reporter

December 6, 2018

My friend and I went to the cinema on Saturday. I did not know what we were going to go see at the movies, but I still went. When we arrived, she told me that we were here to see the new movie ¨The Nutcracker and the Four Realms.¨ I had not watched the trailer for it or seen anything about it, but ...

Review on “Halloween”

Abigail Cook, MVC Sports Editor

November 26, 2018

The spooky season is upon us, which means that scary movies are coming out in theaters. I am a horror movie kind of person, so I love the Halloween season. When I saw that “Halloween” was coming to theaters this fall, I was ecstatic. All of the commercials seemed mysterious and exciting, so I was anxious ...

“My Friend Dahmer”

October 18, 2018

After finding myself stuck in the click hole of YouTube, I came across a recent interview with Ross Lynch. I had not heard that name since watching the Disney show “Austin and Ally” as a kid, so the video peaked my interest. It was an interview regarding his role in the new independent film, “My...

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