The student news site of St. Louis Park High School

The Echo

The student news site of St. Louis Park High School

The Echo

The student news site of St. Louis Park High School

The Echo

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Season two is ‘Invincible’

Leo Justesen April 16, 2024

On Nov. 3, we were given season two of the TV show “Invincible,” and it blew my expectations out of the water. This was a long-awaited break as season one was aired in 2020. Fans were outraged at the...

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Netflix’s live-action ‘Avatar’ is a rocky, yet enjoyable ride

Alex Geretz March 5, 2024

The original “Avatar: The Last Airbender” cartoon, which first aired on Nickelodeon in 2005, is hailed by many as one of the best television series ever. Looking past its surface level, the show had...

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‘Percy Jackson and the Olympians’ is a faithful adaptation

Rachel Arkis January 25, 2024

After the release of the “Percy Jackson and the Olympians” film series in 2010, long-time fans of the Percy Jackson books were severely disappointed. Their favorite childhood book series had been butchered...

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‘Squid Game: The Challenge’ gets a green light

Aidan Shafton December 15, 2023

After Netflix struck gold with its hit original series “Squid Game,” the popular streaming service brought director Hwang Dong-hyuk’s imagination to life with the newly released reality spinoff “Squid...

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Growing up with ‘All American’

Nafisa Kahin June 4, 2023

Another fantastic season of “All American” was released May 23. It’s emotional, addictive and never runs out of stories to tell. Most shows have multiple seasons where the plot or objective of the...

‘Daisy Jones & The Six’ sizzles with chemistry

‘Daisy Jones & The Six’ sizzles with chemistry

Abby Bartleson April 17, 2023

After waiting years for an adaptation of one of my favorite fictional bands that seemed real while reading, Amazon Prime Video pulled everything together into a neat and intriguing bow for viewers to devour...

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‘The Glory’ brings audience to the edge of their seats

Nafisa Kahin March 12, 2023

“The Glory” is a heinous show. It features a young student getting severely bullied by five classmates of hers. 17-year-old Moon Dong-eun (Song Hye-kyo) gets horribly bullied after saying ‘no’...

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“Wednesday” proves wicked and woeful

Abby Bartleson December 2, 2022

After watching countless movies from director Tim Burton, I have grown to love his oddball, gothic film style and Netflix’s “Wednesday” executed this flawlessly. Released Nov. 23 (which was conveniently...

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‘Them’ frightens and confuses viewers

Laniyah Thornton May 21, 2021

Amazon Prime released the first season of its new original show “Them” April 9, and within that same week, I finished every episode and it left me feeling somewhat conflicted.  “Them” is a...

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‘WandaVision’ captivates viewers

Jacob Khabie February 8, 2021

In its first television show to be released on Disney+, Marvel Studios brings “The Truman Show” and “The Twilight Zone” together to create the instantly, addictive hit, “WandaVision.” Filled...

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‘Making the Cut’ lacks competitiveness

Molly Schochet April 28, 2020

Being a fan of “Project Runway,” my expectations for Heidi Klum and Timm Gunn’s next design show, “Making the Cut,” were high, but I was afraid the show would feel like a bad reboot. After...

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‘Nancy Drew’ proves entertaining for fans and newcomers alike

Svea Bleske January 7, 2020

As a longtime fan of the “Nancy Drew” mysteries, I was excited when I found out CW was making a series based off the books. The series follows Nancy Drew (Kennedy McMann), a college student who is...

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