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Knight Writers

The student news site of Robinson High School

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Official theatrical poster for Netflixs newest romcom Your Place or Mine, which was released on Friday, Feb. 10.

Don’t Waste Your Time on “Your Place or Mine”

Cecilia Cheng, A&E Editor February 19, 2023

Love has certainly been in the air. Whether you have a lover or not, a movie night is always your safest bet for a nice Valentine's Day night. Every year, Netflix releases a selection of romcoms around...

The theatrical release poster for Puss in Boots: The Last Wish.

Everyone’s Favorite Cat has Returned in “Puss in Boots: The Last Wish”

Faith Rowland, Staff Writer February 5, 2023

The animated movie realm has really been lacking lately. Although I can't discredit recent hits like "Turning Red" or, my personal favorite, "Minions: The Rise of Gru," it's simply not the same as it used...

The Official Movie Poster for M3gan.

“M3gan” Was Mediocre

Malia Rodriguez, Staff Writer January 30, 2023

"M3gan," in the simplest words, is a "Chucky" rip-off set in the 21st century. It follows the story of an orphaned girl whose parents were killed in a head-on collision with a truck. She moves in with...

Screencap of a kiss scene from The Princess Bride.

What To Watch On Valentine’s Day

Grace Shafer, Staff Writer January 24, 2023

Love is in the air. Romance is in the halls. Once a year, all the coupled people of the world are celebrated for finding each other. Whether you are wildly in love or not, everyone deserves a romantic...

The Menu: A Tasteful, Hilarious Commentary on Consumerism

“The Menu”: A Tasteful, Hilarious Commentary on Consumerism

Grace Shafer, Staff Writer January 23, 2023

Stepping out of the shadows of adequate British television numbers, Mark Mylod serves us the appetizing treat that is "The Menu." Starring Ralph Fiennes and Anya Taylor-Joy, this film follows a group of...

The poster of Skinamarink used for its original release at the Fantasia Film Festival.

The Simplistic Genius of Horror: “Skinamarink”

Faith Rowland, Staff Writer December 13, 2022

Indie horror is a touchy genre for many people. I always see lots of people say that the plots are boring and lack excitement, making their attention go elsewhere. That's where most of the bad reviews...

Cinematic release poster for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.

The Black Panther has Returned

Vikram Sambasivan, News & Features Editor November 18, 2022

As the next phase of the Marvel Universe continues to develop, “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” is the latest in the line of new-age Marvel movies. And that’s exactly what it is: another Marvel movie.  The...

The official promotional poster for Tár. The personal view of Blanchett highlights the intensity of the character analysis in the film.

“Tár”: the New “Black Swan”

Grace Shafer, Staff Writer November 1, 2022

Is she really this person because of what she did, or what other people said she did? This is not a story about the heart-warming rise of an underdog prodigy, but instead follows a woman at the pinnacle...

Official promotional poster for Netflixs newly released movie, The School for Good and Evil.

“The School for Good and Evil” Changes the Meaning of Good and Bad

Cecilia Cheng, A&E Editor October 29, 2022

Being more of a rom-com gal, I have to admit, I'm not one to watch movies about fairytales and princesses, but this movie changed my mind. "The School for Good and Evil," is a fantasy thriller released...

Bowie Struts in one of his many iconic outfits. The theater was giving out complimentary posters of this image.

“Moonage Nightmare” was a Conceited Chaos

Grace Shafer, Staff Writer October 11, 2022

David Bowie. An alienation of a man. His teeth, or fangs rather, bare a yellow, aged hue. Some in between of man, woman, foreign body. His music changed the world, but his words were, in my opinion, not...

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