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Q&A with filmmaking club leader, co-leader

Q&A with filmmaking club leader, co-leader
December 4, 2020

Katherine "Kate" Delaney, club leader and sophomore What is Filmmaking Club? What is its purpose? The purpose of Filmmaking club was to bring movie lovers together. When did you start the club?...

Movie theaters are dying, we shouldn’t let them

Movie theaters are dying, we shouldn't let them
August 24, 2020

Not too long ago it seemed rare to see a film premier on a streaming service of decent quality. For a while, oneself could be assured that a meme or two making fun of Netflix originals or adaptations would...

Practically Perfect in Every Way: Mary Poppins Returns Review by Emily Carlisle

Practically Perfect in Every Way: Mary Poppins Returns Review by Emily Carlisle
January 13, 2019

Director Rob Mar’s “Mary Poppins Returns” is the sequel to the 1964 Disney classic, “Mary Poppins.” In this movie, viewers revisit a grown up Jane (Emily Mortimer) and Michael Banks (Ben Whishaw)...

The Best Entertainment Events of the Year: Read the opinions of Entertainment Reporters Lily McAndrews and Ashwin Prasad

The Best Entertainment Events of the Year: Read the opinions of Entertainment Reporters Lily McAndrews and Ashwin Prasad
December 13, 2018

The impact of Black Panther—Lily McAndrews The best Entertainment event of the year was the release of Black Panther, the best movie 2018 had to offer. From the movie’s production, direction and...

Stronger than Terrorism: Boston bombing film sparks controversy and awareness among CHS students and staff

Sophomore Annie Rose looks into the lens of a film camera, representing her Boston nativity with a “Boston Strong” shirt. Rose moved from Boston as a child and said she remembers the impact of the Boston Marathon on her family after moving to Indiana.
September 21, 2017

Onthe afternoon of Monday, April 15, 2013, two young men detonated a homemade bomb at the finish line of the annual Boston Marathon. Since the attack, the event has been nationally publicized and is now...

CHS students express opinions on the controversy behind historic film

CHS students express opinions on the controversy behind historic film
October 13, 2016

"The birth of a nation” was released to thousands of theaters across the U.S. last Friday. The movie is based off a true story and is set in America during 1831. The film is about Nat Turner, the slave...

Redbox Haul 2: Minions, Trainwreck and Spy

Redbox Haul 2: Minions, Trainwreck and Spy
January 19, 2016

So my previous weekend consisted largely of lazing about in my basement, watching DVDs from Redbox with friends. Therefore, I thought I would review a few of the flicks I watched during those beautiful,...

The (Possible) Cure to Post-Finals Sadness

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December 19, 2015

Bummed out after getting your scores back from finals week? Scared for your GPA after a murderous math multiple choice? Knew nothing on that history test? Never fear, your cure to post-finals sadness...

“The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2” offers climactic finale to beloved franchise

December 1, 2015

A stark improvement from the bland, excessive placeholder film that preceded it, “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2” serves as an intense, climactic finale to the profitable franchise. The last film...

First-Rate Fall Feels

First-Rate Fall Feels
November 2, 2015

“Oh captain, my captain.”   How could anyone ever forget those iconic words? The fall season is the perfect time to snuggle up in a blanket with your wistful thoughts, reminiscing upon the...

Best Horror Movies of the 2000s

Best Horror Movies of the 2000s
October 31, 2015

Although many disagree on the exact “golden age” of horror movies, many horror fans agree that it is long past, now replaced with manufactured, repetitive franchises. However, not all hope is lost...

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