Author Archive: Mark Negron

A young writer who was first exposed to films before he was even a year old, falling in love with classics like Star Wars, Indiana Jones, The Matrix, and soon a love for all things in the realm of art and creativity, such as games, music, television and theater. He debuted in The Roundup with December 17th's Story of the Week for the school newspaper, dubbed "The Force is Strong in These Costumes..." and continued to write for them ever since. As a Junior, he's landed the role as Editor in the Arts and Entertainment (A&E) section, and hopes to showcase the beauty in entertainment.

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Marvel’s Doctor Strange Review

| 11/09/2016 | 0 Comments

Welcome back to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. A land of powers, science, amazing heroes and not-so-amazing villains (unless you’re Loki). However, there’s a new element brought to the table, introduced in the newest entry in the series: Marvel’s Doctor Strange. Doctor Strange is about Stephen Strange, an extremely talented but equally arrogant surgeon who can put any Grey’s […]

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Get In Touch With Your Feminine Side: Are “Chick Shows” Any Good?

| 10/11/2016 | 0 Comments

Yes, you read the title correctly, “Chick Shows”. These shows, according to the mass audiences, are for girls and girls only. Today’s question asks if it should stay that way, or if there’s more to these than once thought. To those who aren’t sure of what a “Chick Show” is, you’ll find it’s meaning in […]

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Stranger Things Season 1 Review

| 10/05/2016 | 0 Comments

Netflix has been hitting it out of the park recently, with shows like Bojack Horseman, Orange is the New Black, their collaborations with Marvel Studios and Narcos. Does their newest series, Stranger Things, hold up similarly?  Stranger Things is Netflix’s latest dabble in making their own shows. The video streaming company has had quite the track record when […]

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Summer Films of 2016: The Good, the Bad, and the Controversial

| 09/27/2016 | 0 Comments

The summer of 2016 was definitely not an eventful season for cinema, especially in terms of film ratings among critics. However, there were some highlights: here are some of the more notable films from Summer 2016. The Good To start things off, Pixar gave us some of their iconic magic in the long-anticipated sequel to their critically-acclaimed “Finding […]

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