The online student news site of Redondo Union High School

High Tide

The online student news site of Redondo Union High School

High Tide

The online student news site of Redondo Union High School

High Tide

Dont Look Up

“Don’t Look Up”

Romi Riss, Copy Editor January 18, 2022

I yelled at my TV when I watched “Don’t Look Up.” I was just as passionate about making the citizens understand that an earth-destroying meteor was heading their way as the characters were in the...

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A charming gift

Lauren Strazzeri, Staff Writer January 9, 2022

The new movie “Encanto,'' which translates to “charm,” lives up to its meaning. The new release movie hit the big screens Nov. 24, and the storyline and characters are fantastic. The movie industry...

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Marvel’s Best

Allie D'Amato, Opinion Editor January 5, 2022

Our friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is back in action, and he’s entangled in a web of problems. On Dec. 17, “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” the final installment of the Spider-Man homecoming trilogy,...

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An Oscar-worthy film

Troy Nevil, Online Editor December 10, 2021

From working as an office manager for her father’s firm to owning 50 percent interest in a billion-dollar company and spending 16 years in prison; this is “House of Gucci,” a two and a half hour...

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Venom “Let There Be Carnage” Review

Sydney Lamich, Staff Writer November 2, 2021

Fans celebrate the return of the comical, action-packed Spider-Man Marvel supervillain spin-off, “Venom,” as they come back for their sequel, “Venom: Let There Be Carnage,” released on Oct. 1....

Dune is a dub

“Dune” is a dub

Elise Haulund, News Editor October 29, 2021

Watching “Dune” is comparable to trekking through the parched desert to reach a blissful first sip of fresh water—what couldn’t truthfully be called an enjoyable journey, but so worth it in the...

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Goodbye Evan Hansen

Ria Lopresto, Online Editor October 9, 2021

  Words Fail—to describe how bad the adaptation of the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical Dear Evan Hansen is. The movie premiered last Friday, Sept. 24 and is available in theaters everywhere. Don’t...

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The “He’s All That” remake is missing out on a second chance

Zelia Lerch, Entertainment Editor September 20, 2021

I don't know if this is an unpopular opinion, but I dislike the 1999’s “She’s All That.” This fact makes it unsurprising that the 2021 remake, “He’s All That,” starring Addison Rae, was...

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Hen hao, hen hao: Shang-Chi brings in a brand new Marvel

Ria Lopresto, Online Editor September 19, 2021

"Hěnhǎo!” is what I would say to anyone asking me about my opinion on Marvel’s latest film — for those who don’t speak Mandarin, that means “very good!” Marvel’s most recent box office...

The Chair Review

“The Chair” Review

Mia Schrift, Writing Editor September 1, 2021

Having loved many of Sandra Oh’s shows in the past, such as “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Killing Eve,” my expectations for “The Chair” were high. Especially since there was an overwhelming amount...

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Produced by Michelle Obama, ‘Waffles and Mochi’ is a Treat

Erika Glass, Staff writer April 21, 2021

“Waffles and Mochi,” Netflix’s new series featuring an unusual main character duo, premiered on Mar. 16. Produced by former First Lady Michelle Obama, the show centers around Waffles, a half yeti...

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Zach Snyder Justice League Review

Ethan Lerner, Staff Writer April 20, 2021

After three years of #ReleaseTheSnyderCut on Twitter, DC and Warner Brothers finally pulled the trigger on Zack Snyder’s vision. In March of this year, “Zack’s Snyder's Justice League” was released...

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