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Journalist sheds light on PTSD

Brittany Claramunt @BrittClaramunt bclaramunt@foghornnews.com One in 5 men and women in uniform come back home with some kind of brain injury. Often times their injuries are not visible — they are mental. These men and women defend their country but are also protecting their friends, family and people whom they have never met. The movie …

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1 part education, 1 part inspiration

Jonathan Garcia jgarcia@foghornnews.com Del Mar College recently hosted a screening of the hit film “Hidden Figures” in the Retama Room on East Campus, but it wasn’t just for entertainment. The screening, part of a contest put on by 21st Century Fox and AMC Theaters, included a curriculum guide in hopes of starting a “social impact” …

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Thriller satisfies, but leaves more to be desired

“The Help” director Tate Taylor adapts last year’s hit novel written by Paula Hawkins, which was deemed “the next ‘Gone Girl’” by critics, for “The Girl on the Train.” However, the film proves that the two movies have little in common. The film follows Rachel Watson, an alcoholic who has an obsession with a couple …

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‘Hell or High Water’ one of year’s best

Latest Western film bound to become a staple within genre Mark Young myoung@foghornnews.com In a summer of blockbusters that fell short, director David Mackenzie teams up with Chris Pine and Ben Foster to deliver one of the best movies of the season. The opening scene of “Hell or High Water” shows a quiet Texas town on a …