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

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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...


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...


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...

Through the Side Door: A Review of the Netflix Documentary Operation Varsity Blues

Through the Side Door: A Review of the Netflix Documentary ‘Operation Varsity Blues’

Sara Stienecker, Online editor April 13, 2021

I’m going to offer a bit of free advice here: do not watch this documentary if you are anywhere in the college application and decision-making process. Now, this is no reflection on the documentary...

Raya and the Last Dragon review

Raya and the Last Dragon review

Trina Kolas, Writing editor March 15, 2021

To be completely honest, I forgot “Raya and the Last Dragon” even existed—though not through any fault of the movie itself. Rather, it’s the fault of the company behind it: It was released on the...

Music by Sia hits all the wrong notes

‘Music’ by Sia hits all the wrong notes

Brooke Goldman, Guest writer March 1, 2021

Sia’s latest venture in filmmaking, 'Music,' dropped on Feb. 10, 2021, and it’s a lot. The film started making waves when its trailer was dropped in late December, quickly stirring up controversy...

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To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before 3 Review

Ria Lopresto, Staff Writer February 16, 2021

In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, love is in the air, and the long-awaited final installment of Jenny Han’s “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” trilogy, “To All The Boys: Always And Forever”...

Death to 2020 is too heavy

Death to 2020 is too heavy

Sydney Lamich, Staff writer February 1, 2021

2020: an unexpected year filled to the brim with chaos, fear and heartbreak. At first, people thought it was going to be just another year, but then the new year came around and hit everyone over the head...

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“Wonder Woman 1984” Review

Trina Kolas, Writing Editor January 5, 2021

My review on Disney’s mass-produced, live-action remakes and sequels made it clear how much of a disease I think that particular industry of filmmaking is. So when I first heard a sequel to the critically-acclaimed...

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