The Shawshank Redemption

Andy Dufresne, a successful banker, is arrested for the murders of his wife and her lover, and is sentenced to life imprisonment at the Shawshank prison. Based on Stephen King’s novel, and an all-time classic, Dufresne struggles to survive in jail but also to prove his innocence. Anonymous’s Review: First place at IMDb? Well, honestly, […]

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Thrifting is Here to Stay: Tips and Tricks to Mastering this Trend

Thrifting. The act of shopping at a thrift store, flea market, or a garage sale, with the intent of finding interesting items at a low price. Thrifting has been around for centuries, but it was for a long time known as something for those financially struggling. However, 2020 —being the game-changing year that it is- […]

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Our New Normal – The New Schedule

The new schedule, introduced last year in May, has been one of the most controversial changes made by the administration this past couple of months. Attracting both admiration and strong criticism, the new schedule has been a highly debated topic among both students and teachers. Last year, when the administration announced the new schedule, they […]

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Welcome to… (drumroll please) ASKING FOR A FRIEND!

Hello Lions Journal Enthusiasts, I am pleased to announce that we have an Advice Column on the Lion’s Journal at long last! I am sure that you have all jumped out of your seats with excitement upon hearing this news, and I look forward to seeing your submissions. Before we can solve your problems, though, […]

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Dress Coded: Boys over Girls

Schools should create an environment where everyone’s individual situations are taken into account, while nurturing genuine personal development in a teenager’s quest for self-discovery.

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King of Clowns: The Joker

The lonely and depressive Arthur Flecks lives with his mother and works as an unsuccessful clown over the streets of Gotham City. Arthur sees his life change completely as he embarks on a journey searching his purpose in life while being isolated, bullied and disregarded by society, starting a slow descent into madness as he […]

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Reservoir Dogs

Written and directed by Quentin Tarantino, six smart and intriguing criminals are hired to steal diamonds. However, during the robbery, the police show up, unexpectedly ruining the robbers’ plan. With some of the group members killed, the remaining individuals start questioning and discussing the existence of an undercover cop among them, giving the spark to […]

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City of God

City of God “City of God” follows different individuals from the slums of Rio de Janeiro, observing their difficulties, challenges, and transformations. The Brazilian movie delivers important social messages, showing how poverty and criminality really work in developing countries around the globe, and how its individuals chose their life path within these communities. Considered as […]

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