Arrowhead Students Give Opinions on Top Ten Movies

Max Gebhard, Reporter

Glockbuster movies are popular among high schoolers and box office profits are good showing of the hottest ones each week. Arrowhead students were shown the trailers of the movies among the top ten of this week and gave their personal reactions and opinions.  “Maze Runner: The Death Cure” debuted at number one is about escaping a super dangerous labyrinth.

“Looks real entertaining,” said Arrowhead senior Kent Attwell.

“Seems action-packed,” said Arrowhead senior Kylie Ballmann.

In the number two spot is “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” and is about four high school kids who have to beat a game in the jungle to return to the real world.

“The Rock and Kevin Hart always deliver,” said Ballmann.

“I’ve actually seen this movie and it was pretty funny,” said Attwell.

Coming in the number three spot is “Hostiles” and is about an Army Captain that has to survive a wasteland occupied by outlaws.

“Reminds me of American Sniper,” said Arrowhead senior Lucas Cerny.

“I feel like this could be a true story,” said Arrowhead senior Emily Burant.

“The Greatest Showman” is in the number four spot and is about a visionary who started with nothing and created a show that becomes a worldwide sensation.

“Zac Efron is one of my favorite actors,” said Burant.

“I don’t think I would pay to watch this,” said Cerny.

“The Post” is in the number five spot and is about a female publisher for The Washington Post who is working to expose the government for trying to cover-up secrets.

“I like how the main character is a woman,” said Arrowhead senior Courtney Gapinski.

“Very interesting plot,” said Arrowhead senior Matthew Cochrane.

Coming in the number six spot is “12 Strong” and is about a U.S. Special Forces team that works together to take down the Taliban.

“I really want to see this after viewing the trailer,” said Cochrane.

“Reminds me of every other war movie,” said Gapinski.

In the number seven spot is “Den of Thieves” and is about some criminals that attempt to perform a heist on the Los Angeles Federal Reserve Bank.

“This seems like it could be awesome,” said Arrowhead senior Nathan Hemmer.

“Wow that was a lot of action,” said Arrowhead senior Haley Jackson.

“The Shape of Water” is in the number eight spot and is about Elisa and the secret scaled creature she discovers the government is hiding.

“I can’t believe how cool that looks,” said Jackson.

“I don’t know about this one,” said Hemmer.

Coming in the number nine spot is “Paddington 2” and is about a bear who embarks on a quest to unmask the person who stole his prized book.

“Seems like a movie for a little kid,” said Arrowhead senior Bradley Kronberg.

“Paddington the bear is so cute,” said Arrowhead senior Emily Lauterbach.

In the number ten spot is “Padmaavat” and is about a sultan who becomes obsessed with a Queen from a different country and goes to war to get her.

“I really like the story of this one,” said Lauterbach.

“Seems like an epic war,” said Kronberg.