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

    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

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The Dose: Musicals for musical haters

    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

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Can Netflix originals compete with Hollywood movies?

    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

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The Dose: Halloween movies for ‘Stranger Things’ fans

    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

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Remaking movies can be a wonderful thing

    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

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The disconnect between critics and audiences

    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

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The Dose: Our picks for the best films of 2015

    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

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

    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

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

    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,

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The Dose: What’s headed to Netflix in October

    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

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