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Bebe Wood, Reneé Rapp, and Avantika (left to right) in Mean Girls. Image courtesy of IMDb

“Mean Girls” fails to successfully balance original film with musical adaptation

Julia Kim, Editor-in-Chief January 14, 2024

Spoilers Ahead The 2024 remake of “Mean Girls” revisits the world of “The Plastics” in its Jan. 12 premiere with a modern twist that leaves audiences entertained yet unsatisfied by the end....

Rachel Zegler (left) and Tom Blyth (right) in The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes. Image courtesy of IMDb

“The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes”: A Melodic Misstep in the Hunger Games Symphony

Maya Bensaoud, Staff Writer November 28, 2023

In a cinematic rendition that mirrors President Snow's own calculated dance between power and morality, "The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes” brings the novel's world to life, yet leaves fans torn between...

The suspects walk the threshold of the Venice mansion. Image courtesy of IMDb.

“A Haunting in Venice:” A spooky new twist on old tropes

Ella Wampler, Staff Writer September 20, 2023

“A Haunting in Venice,” (2023) the movie adaptation of the book “Hallowe’en Party” by Agatha Christie, showcases a movie unafraid to walk the line between horror and mystery, utilizing common...

Ayo Edebiri (left) and Rachel Sennott (right) in Bottoms. Image courtesy of IMDb

‘Bottoms:’ What not to do to make your delusions come true

Julia Kim, Editor-in-Chief, Op/Ed Editor September 5, 2023

Spoilers Ahead “Bottoms” takes moviegoers back to the classic high school comedy but with what the movie called two “ugly, untalented gays” at the forefront. The new film, directed by Emma Seligman...

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“Rings of Power” weaves fascinating introduction, controversial decisions

Josiah Anderson, Sports, A&E Editor September 6, 2022
Author J.R.R. Tolkien published his first series, “Lord of the Rings” (LoTR), in 1954...
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Analyzing fashion in Howl’s Moving Castle

Julia Kim, Staff Writer November 18, 2021
Studio Ghibli’s film “Howl’s Moving Castle” (2004) remains a prominent piece of media in the realm of animation, winning various accolades at the 61st Venice International Film Festival and Mainichi Film Awards in 2004.
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“Dune” captures audiences’ anticipation, brilliant filmography

Josiah Anderson November 8, 2021
Adapted from Frank Herbert’s 1965 novel series, Dune (2021), directed by Denis Villeneuve, follows the life of teenager Paul Atreides (Timothee Chalamet) as he grows from an ambitious adolescent to a smart and swift leader, capable of changing the tides of reality. “Dune” succeeds in telling a detailed and intriguing story through a multitude of film techniques and brilliant scripting. The only complaint was perhaps its finish. The film ended in the middle of the story, giving way to a possible second part which has not yet been officially confirmed.
Sonic speeds past consistent plot but gives enjoyable experience

Sonic speeds past consistent plot but gives enjoyable experience

Maddie Marrero February 20, 2020
Because of "Sonic the Hedgehog's" failed attempts to hold a meaningful plot or accomplish production goals, this movie is unable to be fluid throughout.
Sophomore Xavier Sykes and senior JaMonta Black take a moment to celebrate winning the Class 5 state championship. The win was the first in Rock Bridge history. Photo by Camryn Devore

RBHS makes history, wins first boys’ basketball state championship

Ji-Sung Lee March 17, 2019
The Bruins made history Saturday, March 16 by winning the first boys’ basketball state championship
Photo by Camryn Devore

Boys’ basketball to compete for state championship, defeats LSN

Atiyah Lane March 16, 2019
The Bruins made history, winning (72-59) and advancing to the MSHSAA Class 5 State Championships.
March 1, at the district championship game, senior Dajuan Harris calculates his next move, as he prepares to pass to a teammate. Photo by George Frey.

Boys’ basketball beats Kickapoo Chiefs, advances to final four

Maddie Murphy March 10, 2019
The Bruins advance in their pursuit of their first state championship title in school history by another large margin of victory.
Photo by Cam Devore.

Girls’ basketball advances to state quarterfinals, wins against Lebanon High School

Maddie Murphy March 6, 2019
Sedalia seems to be a good court for both the girls’ and boys’ basketball teams. The Lady Bruins defeated Lebanon High School (LHS) (54-46) Wednesday, March 6 in Sedalia, Mo. This win brings the Bruins to [18-9] on the year and allows the team to advance the state quarterfinals.
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