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‘Promising Young Woman’ crackles and burns as a meditation on revenge and grief

    ‘Promising Young Woman’ crackles and burns as a meditation on revenge and grief

“Can you guess what every woman’s worst nightmare is?” “Promising Young Woman” follows Cassandra, who has dropped out of medical school and is now working in a coffee shop and

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‘Wonder Woman 1984’ is an overstuffed, disjointed escapist playground

    ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ is an overstuffed, disjointed escapist playground

This review contains a paragraph with minor spoilers. “Barbara, what did you do?” “Wonder Woman 1984” is the problem child of the DC Extended Universe. It seems to like to

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Letter from the Editor: An unusual semester begets change

    Letter from the Editor: An unusual semester begets change

What a year 2020 has been. I am sure I can speak for everyone on the North Texas Daily editorial board in proclaiming that this semester is not exactly how we

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Michelle Pfeiffer dazzles in unique, stylish ‘French Exit’ | NYFF 2020

    Michelle Pfeiffer dazzles in unique, stylish ‘French Exit’ | NYFF 2020

“Because you were your father. So ruinous.” “French Exit” follows mother and son — Michelle Pfeiffer‘s Frances and Lucas Hedges‘ Malcolm — as they navigate their newfound life in Paris after

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‘I Carry You With Me’ has plenty of passion and warmth in sweeping romance | NYFF 2020

    ‘I Carry You With Me’ has plenty of passion and warmth in sweeping romance | NYFF 2020

“You are my surprise. But you arrived a little too soon.” Aspiring chef Iván and his partner Gerardo navigate financial

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Isolating and spiritual, ‘Beginning’ makes for a rigid yet confident debut | NYFF 2020

    Isolating and spiritual, ‘Beginning’ makes for a rigid yet confident debut | NYFF 2020

“Life goes by as if I weren’t there.” Content warning: This film contains graphic sequences of sexual assault Yana is

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‘Nomadland’ is a sincere look into underrepresented America | NYFF 2020

    ‘Nomadland’ is a sincere look into underrepresented America | NYFF 2020

“I think Fern is part of an American tradition.” “Nomadland” follows Fern, a proclaimed modern-day nomad portrayed by Frances McDormand,

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‘The Human Voice’ is a patient yet angry meditation on love | NYFF 2020

    ‘The Human Voice’ is a patient yet angry meditation on love | NYFF 2020

“It’s very inconvenient not being able to be funny with the one person you’d most like to be funny with.”

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DC’s female characters deserve better

    DC’s female characters deserve better

DC Comics has one of the most impressive rosters of female characters in the comics world. From Batgirl and Zatanna

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‘Relic’ is promising debut but decays in its execution

    ‘Relic’ is promising debut but decays in its execution

“Everything decays.” Upon seeing the strong word-of-mouth buzz and comparisons to “Hereditary” and “The Babadook” that “Relic” reaped before it’s

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