Box Office reflects Student’s interests

Max Gebhard, Reporter

You can find plenty of Arrowhead high school students at local movie theatres watching the newest films but when you don’t have time or money to see every movie sometimes a trailer will do.

“Fifty Shades Freed” is number one for box office profits and is about billionaire Christian Grey running into problems with his new wife.

“I am a huge fan of this series,” said Arrowhead junior Jordan Bashaw.

“I might have to actually see this,” said Arrowhead junior Mercedez Mueller.

In the second spot is “Peter Rabbit” and is about a bunny with his family who move into a new home that is already inhabited and the aftermath.

“They are so cute,” said Mueller.

“Definitely a kid movie,” said Bashaw.

Coming in the number three spot is “The 15:17 to Paris” and is about three brave men who stopped a terrorist attack on a train.

“Wow that looks exhilarating,” said Arrowhead senior Sophie Boler

“Interesting plot,” said Arrowhead senior Taylor Oliver.

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

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

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

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

“I don’t think I would pay to watch this,” said Arrowhead senior Chris Becker.

“Zac Efron is one of my favorite actors,” said Arrowhead senior Lauren Richards.

Coming in the number six spot is “Maze Runner: The Death Cure” and is about escaping a super dangerous labyrinth.

“Seems action-packed,” said Richards.

“Looks real entertaining,” said Becker.

“Winchester” is in the number seven spot and is about a girl building her own asylum for trapping ghosts.

“Too scary for me,” said Arrowhead senior Kathryn Chupka.

“You’re a scaredy cat,” said Arrowhead senior Bridget Moonie.

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

“Very interesting plot,” said Moonie.

“I like how the main character is a woman,” said Chupka.

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

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

“Reminds me of American Sniper,” said Arrowhead senior Jace Hipp.

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

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

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