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Argylle was one of the most anticipated movies this year according to IDMb. While it has not managed to live up to the hype, that does not make it a bad movie.

“Argylle,” the film the cat or cast just couldn’t save

By Dehab Deglel, Promotions and Subscriptions Manager February 16, 2024

“Argylle” is the peak of dumb action movie fun. A movie about a woman who writes spy novels that turn out to be true? It’s a fascinating and entertaining twist on a usually straightforward action...

The Grammys are an award show at which many well known artists are recognised for their acheivments over the past year.

66th Grammys awards gave fans surprising wins and announcements

By Cailey Harrington, Promotions and Subscriptions Manager February 16, 2024

The Grammys are an award show presented by the Recording Academy of the United States. The Grammys recognize outstanding achievements in the music industry within the year. The 66th award show took place...

WCHS senior Matt Hsuan watches the new Percy Jackson show. As a lover of the original series, he is disappointed.

New Percy Jackson live-action series proves itself to be disappointing

By Clara Young, Copy Editor January 23, 2024

Some childhood books shape young children into who they are today. Series that stick with them for the rest of their lives. A series a person read when they were eight years old can still hold a special...

Five Nights at Freddys was released for streaming on Peacock on October 26, 2023, and was released by Universal Pictures to theatres the following day.

“Five Nights at Freddy’s” adaption is filled with jump scares and pizza shares

By Lily Chadwick, As. Sports Editor, Photo Manager November 27, 2023

Predictable scares, an anticlimactic plot and inadequate acting. Emma Tammi’s, “Five Nights at Freddy's”, released on October 27, is a letdown to viewers, especially those who were highly anticipating...

On Nov. 2, 2023, The Beatles released Now and Then, a song that has been dubbed the last Beatles song, bringing their history to a close nearly 55 years after they split.

The Beatles’ final encore gives listeners a final song after 55 years in the shadows

By Leah Kreisler, Sports Editor November 17, 2023

One of the most famous rock bands of all time has officially come to a close. On Nov. 2, 2023 The Beatles released “Now and Then,” a single that has been dubbed as “the last Beatles song,” officially...

Totally Killer came out on Oct. 6, 2023, on Prime Video. It features Kiernan Shipka as the main lead in a comedy/horror movie.

New horror movie “Totally Killer” totally “kills” its audience with comedy

By Olga Engler, Photo Manager October 31, 2023

“Totally Killer” is a movie that falls into a comfortable niche of common tropes perfect for a Saturday night, but also provides a fresh new take on the horror-comedy genre. The movie is a mix of “Back...

For the first time since being freed from her conservatorship, Britney Spears finally addresses her fans with her new memoir, The Woman in Me.

Britney Spears tells her story with memoir: “The Woman in Me”

By Rebecca Dean, Assistant Arts Editor October 31, 2023

Britney Spears has decided to give the public more. Almost two years after the end of her conservatorship, on October 24th, Spears released her long-awaited memoir titled “The Woman in Me,” illustrating...

Participating in the Palme d’Or competition at the Cannes Film Festival, “The Sweet East” (directed by Sean Price Williams) is a sweeping and dynamic drama  starring Talia Ryder, Earl Cave and Simon Rex.

7 must-see films from Cannes Film Festival

By George Chang, Features Editor May 30, 2023

Founded on September 20, 1946, the Cannes Film Festival has been a curator of taste and a harbinger of film trends for actors, directors and cinephiles all around the world. Along with its prestigious...

As “The Mandalorian” season three returned after a two year hiatus, promotional material more prominently featured older characters. Some viewers might have forgotten more crucial characters in that timespan.

“The Mandalorian” season 3 leaves viewers hanging

By Isar Uslu, Staff Writer May 16, 2023

After a long two-year wait, Star Wars fans were finally able to tune into the latest season of the hit Disney+ show “The Mandalorian.'' However, the show that met viewers in early March entered a vastly...

The popular Tri-Fecta dish includes a generous portion of waffles, eggs, and bacon. It is one of First Watchs most classic favorites that families like to delight in to start their day off right.

Celebrate Mother’s Day at local restaurants

By Catherine Chan, Staff Writer May 16, 2023

Food not only fuels the stomach but fuels the soul. The taste, smell, and texture of a dish can bring back core memories of a special moment in time. As Mother’s Day approaches, here are some nearby...

Vibrant colors and nostalgic video game references are among the more notable elements of this film.

New Mario movie is fun, but has a loss of plot originality

By Tafa Nukator, Advertising & Subscriptions Manager May 16, 2023

"It's-a-me, Mario!" If his signature red hat is not enough to identify him, his catch phrase certainly is. This iconic character has long dominated the video game industry, generating nearly 300 games...

Seniors Ian Rubin and Elyssa Shenker took the stage on the evening of April 14 to perform their senior showcase, The Last Five Years. While both actors were on stage for the majority of the show, they only directly interacted with one another during one song.

WCHS Seniors produce “The Last Five Years”

By Caitlin Murphy, Copy Editor May 16, 2023

As the lights dimmed in the WCHS auditorium, the audience’s voices hushed as they waited with bated breaths for the show to begin. Spotlights illuminated the dark stage and the orchestra played their...

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