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Review: ‘Alita: Battle Angel’ tells a meandering story with stunning visuals,...

Capturing feel and exhilarating absurdity that comes from the world of anime and manga, "Alita: Battle Angel" sacrifices style and thrills for story.

Review: ‘First Reformed’ beautifully wrestles with faith and sacrifice

Experience a meticulously crafted journey of a reverend's crisis of faith from the writer of "Taxi Driver."

Review: ‘Velvet Buzzsaw’ has a striking visual style but fails to...

Netflix’s newest horror release definitely has a visual style, but falls short on substance with their paranormal horror-thriller.

TV Review: Netflix’s new show doesn’t lecture viewers about sex

Netflix's new series takes an honest and modern look at the sex lives of high school students with an air of compassion and acceptance.

The Skiff: December 6, 2018

Volume 117, Issue 15: Congratulations Fall Graduates Also: How Washington D.C. will be different after the 2018 elections, catch up with alumni about life after...

Review: Top Selections from the Lone Star Film Festival

Here are some of the select picks that are sure to entertain from last week's Lone Star Film Festival in downtown Fort Worth.

What we’re reading: Fires rage and tempers flare

California deals with the deadliest fire in almost a century, President Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron trade verbal jabs and new details on the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

The Skiff: November 8, 2018

Get your preview of both the Men and Women's basketball upcoming seasons and which candidate will represent Texas in the U.S. Senate.

Election Day enthusiasm doesn’t match early voting

As voters hit the polls on Election Day enthusiasm remains high.

Review: ‘Mid90s’ shows Jonah Hill’s solid grip in directorial debut

"Mid90s" is a complex and emotionally impactful film for comedic actor Jonah Hill's directing debut.
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