Kings' Courier

Mulan: Live Action

Mulan: Live Action

Braxton Armstrong, Sophomore Writer

September 14, 2020

One must know how deeply disappointing it is to wait, what feels like an eternity, for a new live-action remake of a movie to just be so dismaying. This movie was so hyped by many and watching the previews/trailers got everyone all riled up; many were counting down the days until it was released. Tha...

Fast Fashion: Fabrication or Fatuous?

Fast Fashion: Fabrication or Fatuous?

Madison Cummins, Senior Writer

September 14, 2020

Most of us are often looking for ways to save a few dollars right? People especially try to save money when it comes to the latest trends with clothing items or accessories. It can be such a hassle and absolutely draining to a bank account just to try to keep up on the trendy styles. So of course the...

The Invisible Man

The Invisible Man

Bella Panmei, Senior writer

September 11, 2020

The saying “everyone is different” and “we all have our own preferences” can go a long way. I am sure for this circumstance, we all have our own taste in movie genres. In my opinion, thrillers are great and suspenseful depending on the mood, but creepy and gory horror movies are not on my lis...

Cinema History: A Brief Deep-dive into the many Interpretations of The Shining

Cinema History: A Brief Deep-dive into the many Interpretations of The Shining

Preston Parker, Junior Writer

August 17, 2020

How many different interpretations have you been able to come up with for any given movie? One, right? Maybe two at the most. This may seem like a strange question, since the basic plot structure for any good piece of cinema has a clear and definite ending without leaving many story elements up for inte...

Opinions of Fountainhead

Opinions of Fountainhead

Bella Panmei, Senior writer

August 17, 2020

Every year, the AP English class has to read a book over the summer and be tested on it on the first day back to school. This past summer, I had to read ‘The Fountainhead’ for AP English 12. In all honesty, I really struggled finding the motivation and willpower to open the book up and start read...

Cassandra Clare Does It Again

Peyton Shafer, Senior Editor

April 14, 2016

I became obsessed with author Cassandra Clare’s books a few years back when I first read The Mortal Instruments series. Soon after I finished those, I discovered she had another series called The Infernal Devices and, of course, had to read them also. Both series tell the stories of Shadowhunters, de...

Fury

Hayden Vest, Freshman Writer

February 27, 2015

I recently watched the movie Fury. The movie was fully comprised of action from the very beginning and until the very end. Fury starred Brad Pitt as the captain of a tank that they called “Fury”. Pitt delivered a fantastic performance throughout the entire movie. The movie took place in April 1945...

Divergent delivers as a Thriller

Mallory Minnick, Freshman Writer

January 20, 2015

Divergent is a spectacular and exciting movie that is based on the world wide bestseller by Veronica Roth. The movie is great, and I really never lost interest in the fantastic film. With the main quote being “One choice can transform you,” Shailey Woody, who played Tris, and Theo James, who was ...

We’re The Millers

Cole Carden, Freshman Writer

February 11, 2014

I saw the movie We’re the Millers. It is listed as a comedy movie. I was really excited to see this movie since I heard it was supposed to be really funny. The basic plot to the story consists of a drug dealer who loses his money and is forced to smuggle drugs across the border. Already the plot suggests...

The truth about life…and death

Jessica Pinkston, Freshman Writer

February 6, 2014

John Green has written a fantastic book that is embodied in The Fault in Our Stars. The powerful combination of love and loss with some humor thrown in is illustrated in this exceptional novel. This book will grab hold of your attention and won’t let go until you read the last word. Hazel Grace ...

Getting to know the only Senior cheerleader

Kassi Hardy, Freshman Writer

February 4, 2014

“It was awful and I cried the whole time,” Katelyn Jones, a senior varsity cheerleader from Lewis Cass, said. Katelyn cheered her last high school football game during sectionals. She went up to her mom, knowing it was her last high school football game, at the end of the game and her mom held her...

Fifteenth Summer, a realistic novel

Fifteenth Summer, a realistic novel

Savanna Thompson, Freshman Writer

December 3, 2013

Checkout the novel Fifteenth Summer for a romance filled summer story in which a teenage girl named Chelsea and her family travel from their home in the busy city of L.A. to the laid back, quiet surroundings of Bluepoint, Michigan to their grandmother’s cottage for the summer. Granly, their grandm...

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