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

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

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A Sage student watches the intro to Netflix’s “Kaleidoscope.” This intro is meant to represent the colors for each episode while making the shape of a vault door to represent the theme of the show.

The Sage Reviews: “Kaleidoscope” is a New Twist on Netflix’s Roster

Holden Kopman, Staff Reporter Jan 18, 2023

“Kaleidoscope,” released on New Year's Day, is a fresh heist series that has incorporated a new mixed-episode system into Netflix’s databases. The show gives each viewer a random order of episodes,...

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The Sage Reviews: The Latest Holiday Movie Releases This 2022 Season

The Sage Reviews: The Latest Holiday Movie Releases This 2022 Season

Leah Ertel, Entertainment Editor Dec 16, 2022

Tis’ the season to be jolly! The joyous time of the year known as Christmas time is approaching. Full of cold weather and everything merry, there’s nothing like cozying up with some hot chocolate and...

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A set of the four different season four teaser posters for Stranger Things. The new season will occur six months after the events in the season three finale.

What to Expect: Stranger Things Season 4

Isabella Bernabeo, Entertainment Editor May 23, 2022

Attention: This article may contain spoilers When the third season of the Netflix Original series, Stranger Things, aired way back in July of 2019, fans rushed to binge-watch the entire new season filled...

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Emily In Paris: So Bad It’s Good?

Lulu Horne, Staff Reporter Feb 14, 2022

Attention: Article contains spoilers Season two of Netflix’s hit show “Emily in Paris” has just hit the “small screen,” and main character, Emily Cooper’s wild adventures in France’s capital...

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“Squid Game” is the first Netflix show to surpass 100 million viewers within the first month. For the last several years, Netflix has focused more on international growth, having invested greatly into shows and films with foreign languages.

We May Just Be Living in Our Very Own “Squid Game”

Nancie Huang-Ball, Opinion Editor Nov 1, 2021

Note: This article contains mature content and spoilers of the first season of Squid Game.  Following a period of slow subscriber growth, the dystopian drama “Squid Game” rose to the top recently...

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A student watches Netflix in their free time at home. It is a common pastime for many to return from a long day of work and unwind watching a show or movie. (photo by Evan Humphrey)

The Problem with Streaming Services like Disney + and HBO Max

Evan Humphrey, Staff Reporter May 27, 2021

Streaming services have taken over online viewing of movies and TV shows, but some services seem to be much more widely used and loved than others.  “Why do we need streaming platforms like Disney...

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Lucy, the main character, stands outside as it snows. A thought-provoking psychological horror film, Im Thinking of Ending Things on Netflix is an unforgettable movie, and one worth rewatching multiple times.

Netflix’s “I’m Thinking of Ending Things ” Had Me Questioning My Sanity

Duke Donnelley, Staff Reporter Dec 3, 2020

Psychological horror is usually more based on suspense and fear of the unknown than the usual direct, in-your-face jump scares with their bloody murderers and less-than-competent side characters. The horror...

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“How I Built This,” an inspiring NPR podcast, centers on sharing the stories of the different pathways founders of some of the worlds most well-known companies have taken to reach success. The podcast can be found on Itunes, Spotify, and even provides inspiration in the form of a book: “How I Built This: The Unexpected Paths to Success from the Worlds Most Inspiring Entrepreneurs.”

Why “How I Built This” is the Podcast To Spark Your Inner Creativity Right Now

Chloe Neal, Entertainment & Opinion Editor Nov 25, 2020

Started back in 2016, “How I Built This” with Guy Raz has been the go-to podcast to gain the inspiration one needs to transform concepts into reality. Highlighting the various “journey[‘s]...

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A young boy enjoys a DVD film. Before streaming services were created, many children used DVDS so they could watch their favorite films.

To Choose or Not to Choose: Why Company-Specific Streaming Services are Bad

Kyla Smith, Staff Reporter Nov 20, 2020

Since COVID-19 spread across the world rapidly, it changed the daily lives of humans dramatically, many people have needed a way to cope. In these times of dire need, Netflix and other streaming services...

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“Bojack Horseman” Matures Like Its Characters

“Bojack Horseman” Matures Like Its Characters

Eric Plotkin, Staff Reporter Mar 4, 2020

One of the best shows on Netflix ended in January, finally available to binge without grueling waits between seasons. And the waits were grueling. Not because the writers ended the finales on suspenseful...

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The return of Jesse Pinkman has been a long anticipated any hyped one, and this movie definitely brings it. With the return of some of the original cast, this wrap up to the legendary Breaking Bad story is worth the watch.

El Camino (A Breaking Bad Movie) Review

Christopher Kathman, Broadcast Editor-in-Chief Oct 29, 2019

SPOILERS FOR BREAKING BAD 6 years and 13 days. “Breaking Bad” ended on Sep. 29, 2013, and since the finale of the show, rumors of a feature-length film have been floating around the fandom. But...

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 Set apart from her entire school, Jodi Kreyman has been the tallest in her grade for as long as attending school. That is, until a foreign exchange student comes and catches her eye.

Tall Girl Movie Review

“Tall Girl”: Netflix’s newest edition that falls short
Nancie Huang-Ball, Staff Reporter Oct 8, 2019

The other day I received a text from one of my friends that urged me to watch Netflix’s newest rom-com “Tall Girl.” The title kind of confused me at first; it was so short and yet entailed an entire...

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