The Tribe

  • Homecoming Dance Friday (No School)- Oct. 10/19

  • Thursday Spirit Day (Pep Rally)- Oct. 10/18

  • Wavy Wednesday(College Gear)- Oct. 10/17

  • Powderpuff Game (Juniors vs Seniors)- Oct. 10/16, 6PM

  • Tacky Tourist Tuesday- Oct. 10/16

  • Mahi Mahi Monday(Twin Day)- Oct. 10/15

  • Homecoming week- October 15th-18th

Good Will Hunting Review

Nick Lopez, Staff Writer

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






The 1997 film “Good Will Hunting” is possibly one of the best films that featured the young stars Ben Affleck and Matt Damon. The story-line is easy to follow and sympathize with, a genius level impoverished and underprivileged kid from the “South side” has taken up a job doing janitorial work at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

While there, he understands and makes large leaps in the field of mathematics. Throughout the film it is revealed that Matt Damon’s character had a rough upbringing leading to him having trouble with the law. Constant revelations about the character’s troubled adolescence brings you into the heart of the character and will leave you both wanting to know more but also wanting to comfort him.

Will (Matt Damon) has to work through the psychological trauma and pain that continues to fuel his self-destructive tendencies. The plot itself thickens when Will finally has someone to care for him.

The rest of the film is spent watching Will’s self-destructive tendencies and trouble with the law jeopardize his future in mathematics and possibly his only way out of the area that he grew up in. The movie itself was a hit, making around $225.9 million and has an overall 97% approval rating on rotten tomatoes. Which is astoundingly high for a movie.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

About the Writer
Nick Lopez, Staff Writer

I am a first year journalism student, conservative writer, and Hispanic Trump supporter. I actively take interest in politics and discussing politics. My goal is to use this newspaper as a healthy alternative to express differing and unpopular views on politics. I am a senior this year and plan to major in biological sciences and minor in political science in college.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Leave a Comment

If you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a gravatar.




Navigate Right
Navigate Left
  • Good Will Hunting Review

    Entertainment

    T-Series, The New “King Of YouTube”

  • Good Will Hunting Review

    Entertainment

    Sabrina the Teenage Witch

  • Good Will Hunting Review

    Entertainment

    Into the Spider-Verse

  • Good Will Hunting Review

    Entertainment

    Shane Sparks Controversy Over Paul Brother Series

  • Good Will Hunting Review

    Entertainment

    Sierra Burgess is a Loser and a Nightmare

  • Good Will Hunting Review

    Entertainment

    The Good Doctor Premier

  • Good Will Hunting Review

    Entertainment

    Woodward Brought Down Nixon and Trump is His New Target

  • Good Will Hunting Review

    Entertainment

    What Happened in the 70th Annual Emmy Awards

  • Good Will Hunting Review

    Entertainment

    Homecoming is Here

  • Good Will Hunting Review

    Entertainment

    No Sugar Coating: The Nun

Santaluces High School
Good Will Hunting Review