Garrett Cook Reporter

Garrett is a junior at Redwood High School and is ecstatic to start his first year on the Bark as a reporter. He is very interested reporting on all things relating to the film industry and the newest blockbusters.

Contact Garrett Cook: gcook@redwoodbark.org.


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“The Meg” offers a fun, yet shallow trip to the multiplexes

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“The Meg,” starring an ever-so-intense Jason Statham as a deep sea rescuer, is certainly no “Jaws” but still manages to deliver an entertaining time at the multiplexes. The film gets bogged down by thinly written characters and a predictable plot but stays afloat thanks to its quick, funny tone and of course, the giant computer-generated […]

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A new era dawns on Hollywood

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As Marvel Studios’ “Black Panther” becomes the first movie since “Avatar” to hold the number one spot at the box office five weeks in a row a new age of Hollywood is emerging. Hollywood in the past has not equally represented people of all races and genders, but films like DC’s “Wonder Woman” and Marvel’s […]

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Night of Blues boogies its way to another successful performance

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The annual Night of Blues concert on March 16 offered the Redwood community an opportunity to let loose, enjoy great music and dance the night away. Redwood students from the Advanced Performance Workshop class performed to a crowd of students, parents and music fans who filled the small Corte Madera Community Center. The energy was […]

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Why politics in Hollywood need to change

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As someone who cares deeply about important issues around the world, I love seeing those ideas get the attention they deserve. But, as someone who loves film, it’s also hard for me to see movies go unappreciated at the awards shows created to honor them. When important issues are crammed into 45-second awards acceptance speeches […]