Arts and Entertainment

Arts and Entertainment

The Princess Switch Review Article

By Nina Arcilla’22 Photo courtesy of Netflix The Princess Switch is that movie that everybody  loves but hates at the same time.   The Princess Switch is a fun, delightful movie.  It has the feel of a Hallmark Christmas movie, light-hearted and sweet. But from the cliche of a simple ...

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“Ralph Breaks The Internet” Movie Review

By: Patrick McSwiggan ’19 In “Ralph Breaks the Internet”, this movies tells a tale of how two best friends manage to get through their issues and get through the problems of insecurity and letting go of friends while being in the internet. These two best friends are of course Litwak’s ...

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Ridley Comics…Break by Anastasia Demkin ’21

 

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2018-2019 Spirit Week

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Jack Frost Bites Early

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Jack Frost seems to have struck early this year with snow fall in November  

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Movie Review: Venom, fantastic or flop?

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By Phillip Impriano ‘19 This is a list of things that happen in the new movie Venom: Riz Ahmed, personifying every rich supervillain trope at once, utters the words “God has abandoned us … I will not”; Tom Hardy hops in a restaurant’s lobster tank and eats a crustacean raw; ...

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Netflix original “Everything Sucks!” canceled after one season

Sam Margolis ’18 Netflix has recently announced that they will not be renewing the 1990s-set comedy and drama Everything Sucks! for a second season, causing an outcry among fans and the LGBT community. The 10 episode Netflix original series follows the coming-out story of Kate Messner, a sophomore at Boring ...

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“Love, Simon”, a movie for everyone to see

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By:     “Love, Simon” is truly an eye opening movie, and can really introduce the LGBTQ community better to people who don’t understand them. The movie is based off the book “Simon vs. the Homosapiens Agenda” by Becky Albertalli. The book and movie were both outstanding despite their differences.      The storyline ...

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The Music Scene- Meet Yeasayer

By Carly Spayd ’20 The name of the band may not ring a bell, but you may actually know them. In 2013 they created the single “Don’t Come Close” for Grand Theft Auto V’s ending A. Hailing from Brooklyn, New York, Yeasayer brings the self-described genre of ‘Middle Eastern-psych-snap-gospel’ to ...

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The Next Generation of Ridley

By Stephanie Pizzi ’19 The Next Generation is an upcoming spotlight focus at Ridley High School. The show will focus on current school topics, such as school stress, sports, academics, current events local and national issues, and more topics as they arise. This idea for the show emerged over the ...

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