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Recent film appropriately captures Deaf community

    Recent film appropriately captures Deaf community

There’s a new movie out called “A Quiet Place” starring John Krasinski and Emily Blunt, and I haven’t seen it yet. But if you’ve ever been on the internet before,

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Short Film Club premiere showcases stellar student talent

    Short Film Club premiere showcases stellar student talent

After deliberate writing, shooting and editing processes over the past few months, student filmmakers were finally able to showcase their work to an audience last weekend. UNT’s Short Film Club

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The Dose: A look back on the original ‘Spider-Man’ trilogy

    The Dose: A look back on the original ‘Spider-Man’ trilogy

With the upcoming release of the second reboot of your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man, it should be time for a quick look back at the monumental films that started it all.

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The Dose: Fifth ‘Transformers’ film is more of the same

    The Dose: Fifth ‘Transformers’ film is more of the same

I find it really surprising that the new “Transformers” film has more King Arthur characters than this year’s actual “King Arthur” film. If you’re going into this movie hoping for

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The Dose: ‘It Comes At Night’ is overrated, unsatisfying fare

    The Dose: ‘It Comes At Night’ is overrated, unsatisfying fare

Matt Harvey | Staff Writer Many critical reviews of “It Comes at Night” offer positive descriptions such as: it is

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The Dose: ‘The Mummy’ should’ve stayed under wraps

    The Dose: ‘The Mummy’ should’ve stayed under wraps

Michael Vu | Staff Writer Universal Studios is diving a little too late into their attempt at creating a cinematic

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The Dose: A look back at Brendan Fraser’s ‘The Mummy’

    The Dose: A look back at Brendan Fraser’s ‘The Mummy’

Michael Vu | Staff Writer You know the expression, “they just don’t make these like they used to?” 1999’s “The Mummy”

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The Dose: ‘Wonder Woman’ is DC’s best film in years

    The Dose: ‘Wonder Woman’ is DC’s best film in years

Michael Vu | Staff Writer Without exaggeration, this film has a lot of pressure on it. Although the previous three

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The Dose: Guy Ritchie’s ‘King Arthur’ is a mixed bag

    The Dose: Guy Ritchie’s ‘King Arthur’ is a mixed bag

The latest directorial effort from Guy Ritchie (“Sherlock Holmes,” “Snatch,” “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.”) has been a very divisive experience between

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The Dose: New summer comedy is a disposable ‘Baywatch’

    The Dose: New summer comedy is a disposable ‘Baywatch’

Summer is coming. Brace yourself moviegoers, as we’re yet again being shown another movie revival of a ’90s TV show

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