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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.
Day 128

Day 128

Bailey Stover July 23, 2020
During her 128th day of social distancing, senior Bailey Stover watched "Medici," "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" and "Onward" and made apple fritters.
Day 115

Day 115

Bailey Stover July 10, 2020
During her 115th day of social distancing, senior Bailey Stover stayed up all night to reset her sleep schedule, wrote letters and listened to new music.
Metamorphosis of Birds exhibits beauty at the sake of plot

‘Metamorphosis of Birds’ exhibits beauty at the sake of plot

Audrey Snyder March 10, 2020

Following the family history of director Caterina Vasconcelos, Metamorfose dos Pássaros, or Metamorphosis of Birds, is a film of Portugeuse origin, language and culture lined with English subtitles. Focusing...

George MacKay and Dean-Charles Chapman as Will Schofield and Tom Blake in the opening scene of 1917

‘1917’ comes together because of impressive visuals, technical achievements

Jared Geyer January 14, 2020
While "1917" reaches its visual and technical ambitions, storytelling and structure falter due to an overemphasis on said ambitions.
‘Knives Out,’ a delightful new twist on the classic mystery genre

‘Knives Out,’ a delightful new twist on the classic mystery genre

Brandon Kim November 29, 2019

“Knives Out” is a wonderfully crafted film that leaves the viewer energized when they exit the theater. It is an homage to the old Alfred Hitchcock movies and interconnected puzzles of Agatha Christie's...

Jojo Rabbit takes viewers on best emotional roller coaster

‘Jojo Rabbit’ takes viewers on best emotional roller coaster

Maddie Marrero November 12, 2019

[penci_text_block block_title_align="style-title-left" custom_markup_1=""]Director Taika Waititi  (Thor: Ragnarok, Into the Wildlife) takes us on a touching adventure in his third feature film, JoJo Rabbit,...

First time I watched a horror movie

First time I watched a horror movie

Olivia Peters October 28, 2019
Sam Doherty, Sophomore at RBHS talks about the first time he ever watched a horror movie. At such a young age it can be quite scary!
Timeline: History of LGBTQ representation in film

Timeline: History of LGBTQ representation in film

Ana Manzano January 10, 2019
This timeline provides an overview of the evolution of LGBTQ representation in films starting with "Different from the Others" and going to "Love, Simon."
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is a dazzling work of art

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is a dazzling work of art

Ben Kimchi December 16, 2018
“Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” is an artful masterpiece, animated with a beautiful and bright comic-style that is unprecedented in the genre.
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‘A Star is Born’ turns adversity to wonder

Ethan Hayes October 8, 2018

  “A Star is Born” emits excellence and redefines what a movie should be. The tale of “A Star is Born” is almost as old as Hollywood itself. No matter that it’s been through four ideations,...

A sign advertising Homecoming week 2018 hangs in the main hall.

Student Council used student input for homecoming dance date decision

Emily Oba October 8, 2018
Student Council took student input through twitter poll to decide homecoming date.
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