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The Dose: Ranking the ‘Fast and Furious’ movies from worst to best

The “Fast and the Furious” films are a true anomaly. What began as a street racing series has gradually become the Roger Moore-era Bond movies of our generation – with

The Dose: Musicals for musical haters

Anyone who follows movie awards seasons knows that “La La Land,” starring Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling, is leading the upcoming Golden Globes with 7 nominations. I can’t wait to see it

Can Netflix originals compete with Hollywood movies?

With Netflix Studios at the forefront of the video on demand market, it was unsurprising when the company scored a long-term lease with Sunset Bronson Studios in Los Angeles. Slated

The Dose: Halloween movies for ‘Stranger Things’ fans

It’s no secret that the ’80s nostalgia mashup “Stranger Things” was a huge hit for Netflix. Ever since the Duffer Brothers’ magical, synth-scored first season ended, us fans have the

Remaking movies can be a wonderful thing

Among the most common controversies of movie discussions has to do with Hollywood remaking classic films. Whether it’s from someone’s childhood or a gem they recently discovered, a lot of

The disconnect between critics and audiences

As far back as I can remember, I’ve always wanted to be a movie critic. Despite the pretentious tone of that sentence, I practically grew up dreaming of a career

The Dose: Our picks for the best films of 2015

Harrison Long | Opinion Editor @HarrisonGLong Preston Mitchell | Staff Writer @Presto_Mitch What can be said with a reasonable degree of certainty is that 2015 was kind to the avid moviegoer. From

The Dose: ‘Steve Jobs’ and Aaron Sorkin’s depiction of genius

Nicholas Friedman | Editor-In-Chief @NMFreed “It looks like Judy Jetson’s Easy Bake Oven!” When 19-year-old Lisa Jobs-Brennen yells those words at her father on the roof of the Flint Center

The Dose: ‘Suffragette’ a proponent for equal rights, past and present

Nicholas Friedman | Editor-In-Chief @NMFreed In a small conference room at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City Sunday afternoon, director Sarah Gavron discussed the nearly decade-long process of making

The Dose: What’s headed to Netflix in October

Nicholas Friedman | Editor-In-Chief @NMFreed Looking for something to watch while you’ve got a day off, a break from classes or are just plain bored? Check out what’s headed to