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    Liveblog: the commercials of Super Bowl XLIX

Liveblog: the commercials of Super Bowl XLIX

The Editorial Board / Live Blog The Dose is the North Texas Daily’s special section for entertainment reviews, including movies, TV, music and literature. Look here for all critical content and reviews, and share your opinions with us in the comment section or on social media. Enjoy. 

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    The Dose: 57th Grammy Award predictions

The Dose: 57th Grammy Award predictions

There have been better years for music, but the 57th annual Grammy’s are on Sunday, Feb. 8. Six of the editors predicted the outcome of all the major categories. Read ours and share yours. Record of the Year “Stay With Me (Darkchild Version)” by Sam Smith Album of the Year  “Beyonce” by Beyonce Song of the Year “Shake It Off” by Taylor Swift Best New Artist  Bastille Best Pop Solo

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    Fresh Beats: “American Beauty/American Psycho”

Fresh Beats: “American Beauty/American Psycho”

Nicholas Friedman / Features Editor Fall Out Boy’s remaining fans are few and far between – there are dozens of us. While many jumped ship following the release of its third studio album, “Infinity on High,” others kept up with the band. After returning from the end of its hiatus in 2013 and the release of the feature-heavy, pop-carried “Save Rock & Roll,” fans were eager to see what Pete

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    Review: Bradley Cooper An Elite Actor In ‘American Sniper’

Review: Bradley Cooper An Elite Actor In ‘American Sniper’

Dalton LaFerney / Views & Digital Editor “American Sniper” not only deserves the applause of movie critics and the prestige of Hollywood gold, but it’s also a film that should be screened in psychology classes. It’s the kind of film that offers beautiful symbolism, bringing to life a true story. This Clint Eastwood film is one of his best, and is more than a film about a sniper’s kills. It

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Winner winner, chicken dinner: Golden Globes predictions

Editorial Board The 72nd Golden Globe Awards are Sunday, Jan. 11 on NBC. Here are the editors’ predictions for all categories, but does not include the Best Foreign Language Film category. Best Motion Picture, Drama: -“Selma”  Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama: -Rosamund Pike for “Gone Girl”  Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama: -Steve Carell for “Foxcatcher” Best Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy: -“The Grand Budapest Hotel” Best

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    Interview: Eddie Redmayne portays Stephen Hawking and shares his ‘Theory of Everything’

Interview: Eddie Redmayne portays Stephen Hawking and shares his ‘Theory of Everything’

Preston Barta / Contributing Writer “The Theory of Everything” | 123 min. | Rated PG-13 | Director: James Marsh | Stars: Eddie Redmayne, Felicity Jones, Charlie Cox, Harry Lloyd, Tom Prior, Alice Orr-Ewing, Simon McBurney, Christian McKay, Emily Watson and David Thewlis s there a more formidable task than portraying one of the most intelligent minds of our time? Just ask actor Eddie Redmayne, who embodies the highly-acclaimed British astrophysicist Stephen Hawking in the film

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    Movie preview: What to see in November

Movie preview: What to see in November

Dalton LaFerney / Senior Staff Writer November has slated weeks of good movies, following an average October. Films this month show potential to be some of the top of the year. Interstellar The fun begins Wednesday with a strong first wave of movies, led by the long-anticipated “Interstellar,” the space movie starring Matthew McConaughey as Cooper and Anne Hathaway as Brand. The Christopher Nolan movie is said by many to

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    Fresh Beats: Drake does it again and again

Fresh Beats: Drake does it again and again

Matt Wood / Senior Staff Writer At this point, just about anything Drake does is social media gold. Whether he’s lint rolling his pants while sitting courtside or airballing shots while warming up, there’s an inevitable Twittersphere cycle that’s just waiting to erupt at Drake’s next move. One of the more recent examples of this was Drake’s emoji tattoo, which was met with a response of a collective sigh and

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Student movie passes for ‘The Wedding Ringer’ early screening

o you like movies? Do you like free? Well, you’re in luck! Sony Pictures is hosting a college-night early screening of “The Wedding Ringer,” a new comedy starring Kevin Hart, Josh Gad and Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting, at the Cinemark in Denton on Oct. 21. Through collaboration with the NT Daily, students can attend the 3-month advance screening for free. Date and Time: Tuesday, Oct. 21 at 7:30 p.m. Where: Cinemark 14

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    Fresh Beats: Fall Out Boy and more new music

Fresh Beats: Fall Out Boy and more new music

Nicholas Friedman / Design Editor  Fall Out Boy  “Centuries” Released Monday afternoon, “Centuries” is the out-of-the-blue single from revived pop-punk band Fall Out Boy. After more than a year of touring, the song shows that the band is serious about cementing its place in the modern music scene. With a chanted chorus form lead singer Patrick Stump that says “We will go down in history, for centuries,” the message is

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