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Lamar students share their split thoughts on Barbie and Oppenheimer
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“I choose Barbie because my favorite color is pink.” – Jacob Gonzales

“I chose Barbie because I feel like Barbie had a deeper message.” – Suntiera Sanders

“Barbie is better because it’s just interesting and I had a lot of Barbies. Why would I not pick Barbie?” – Alani Simmons

“Barbie was dope. I fell asleep during Oppenheimer and went to the bathroom when the bomb
exploded.” – Ms. Shelby Hicks

“I liked Barbie because it was just new and fun and they had all new actors who you wouldn’t expect to be in the movie.” – Ryan Davis

“I preferred Barbie because it shows an important message about what women have to go through on a day-to-day basis.” – Solice Murphy

“I prefer Barbie because it’s a feminine movie and we need more movies like Barbie. Barbie is for families and little girls and their moms and it represents that type of bond.” – Nicole Rodriguez

“I liked Barbie. It was just amazing.” – Amelia Perry

“I preferred Oppenheimer because I really enjoy learning about science and the atomic bomb.” – Guillermo Melendez

“I’ve never seen Barbie, but I like Oppenheimer for the really fast action scenes and it’s really nice to see the different graphics like with the shootings, storyline and the plot twists.” – Mr. Jeffrey Harris

“I prefer Oppenheimer because it has more of a background and it’s about history and bombs.” – Clarita Contreras

“I loved the movie Oppenheimer because it has many brilliant scenes and full circle moments where I’m absolutely astonished and impressed.” – Mischa Wijesekera

“Oppenheimer was the movie of all time.” – Connor Krolls

“I really enjoyed watching Oppenheimer. I watched the movie three times because the cinematography was beautiful and perfectly done.” – Kerah Roque

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