The Sage Publication is the student news site of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA

The Sage

The Sage Publication is the student news site of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA

The Sage

The Sage Publication is the student news site of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA

The Sage

 In 1955, the Carlsbad Theater showed popular movies. The organization Save the Carlsbad Theater hopes to continue this long-lasting tradition in the modern-day village. (Photo courtesy of Ken Kebow)

Carlsbad Residents Unite to Protect Iconic Theater Venue

Jacob Dougherty, News and Features Editor Feb 20, 2024

Located in the heart of Carlsbad Village, the historic Carlsbad Theater has remained relatively unchanged since its establishment in 1927. Throughout its almost 100 years, it has hosted shows, screened...

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 Halloween 1978  by  Gemma Ryles is licensed under  Licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 DEED

Five Halloween Flicks That NEED To Be Watched At Least Once

Holden Kopman, Entertainment Editor Oct 19, 2023

Halloween, October’s trademark holiday, is one filled with jack-o-'lanterns, sugar-loaded candy, scary and not-so-scary costumes. The popularized holiday’s theme surrounds the concept of provoking...

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The original set of “Titanic” is pictured above. The re-release of “Titanic” draws in old and new crowds to this must-watch movie.

“Titanic” Returned to Theaters for its 25th Anniversary

Makena Coleman, Staff Reporter Mar 8, 2023

“Titanic” is a film loved by billions that now has made its way back in theaters for its 25th anniversary. Showings started on Feb. 9 and ended on Feb. 16, just in time for Valentine’s Day. The...

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A shot shows Neytiri in “Avatar: The Way of Water”. The film’s CGI proves to be phenomenal.

The Sage Reviews: “Avatar: The Way of Water”

Helen Hao, Staff Reporter Jan 31, 2023

Last December, 13 years after the first movie’s release, director James Cameron’s even more technologically ambitious sequel “Avatar: The Way of Water” hit theaters. The three-hour movie is already...

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Five Movies that Dominated the Chart This Past Summer

Five Movies that Dominated the Chart This Past Summer

Caleb Fletcher, Staff Reporter Sep 29, 2022

As the summer has come to an end, here are the top movies released this past season.

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A comparison of three older films, The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, to three of the more recent films, Moana, Raya and the Last Dragon, and Encanto. It’s hard to say which are objectively “better” films, but they all have their strengths and weaknesses.

Is Disney at the Start of a New Renaissance Era?

Grace Cowart, Staff Reporter Feb 25, 2022

Walt Disney Animation Studios has been around for almost a century now, creating many well-acclaimed films, including some of the most successful in entertainment history. The studio’s most renowned...

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The Sage: January 5, 2022

Leah Ertel and Narnia Choi Jan 5, 2022

Broadcast from January 5, 2022. Anchors: Leah Ertel and Narnia Choi Stories Covered: Spiderman No Way Home; by: Cooper Hancock. Cooking for College Students; by: Leo Ambrogelly. New Years Resolutions...

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There are countless Christmas movies available to watch this season. Here are ten you should check out this December.

10 Great Christmas Movies to Start with this Holiday

Lana Esquer, Staff Reporter Dec 13, 2021

Bright lights, the air getting colder, bells ringing from reindeer, and the smell of cinnamon from gingerbread men; Christmas is here! What’s a better way to start embracing the Christmas spirit than...

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Eddie Brock holds a chicken hostage during an argument with Venom. The relationship between symbiote and host is a large aspect of this movie.

Venom: Let There be Carnage

Humor and a Predictable Plot
Helen Hao, Staff Reporter Nov 10, 2021

On October 1, 2021, “Venom: Let There be Carnage,” was released in theaters across the country. This sequel to the first Venom movie focuses more on the connection between symbiote and host. The...

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There are various types of Halloween movies, from family friendly to horror films. Watching these movies throughout October gets people into the spooky spirit.

Eight Movies to get you into the Halloween Spirit

Helen Hao, Staff Reporter Oct 12, 2021

The air is getting cooler and odd creatures can be seen adorning houses, signaling the start of the Halloween season. Here is a list of movies, from family friendly to blood curdling, to watch to get into...

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Christopher Kathman Presents: Movies I Think You Should Watch

Christopher Kathman, Broadcast Editor in Chief Oct 29, 2020

1. Halloween (1978): Scare Factor; 5/10- Available to rent on Amazon Prime Video   2. Hereditary: Scare Factor; 10/10- Available to stream on Amazon Prime Video   3. 10 Cloverfield...

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One of the best ways to prepare for Halloween is watching the prominent movies associated with the occasion. Some of these highly rated movies consist of The Nightmare Before Christmas, Beetlejuice, Coraline and The Addams Family.

The Top 13 Halloween Movies of All Time

Halloween Is Just Around The Corner! Here Are Halloween Movie Essentials to Watch This Fall.
Gabby Mostamand Oct 27, 2020

With fall in season, the time to start watching spooky movies is here. Whether it be a sweet family movie or a movie that can keep you on edge all night, a great Halloween movie can fill you with holiday...

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