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'Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile' (2019) Review: It's Entertainment Over Excellence

'Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile' (2019) Review: It's Entertainment Over Excellence
By: Steve Pulaski Joe Berlinger's dramatization of Ted Bundy's life and trial is extremely...

'Knock Down the House' (2019) Review: It's About Running To Win

'Knock Down the House' (2019) Review: It's About Running To Win
By: Steve Pulaski Rachel Lears' new documentary, Knock Down the House, opens on Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez...

'Someone Great' (2019) Review: A Journey To Reality

'Someone Great' (2019) Review: A Journey To Reality
By: Ashley Velez Someone Great is a new Netflix movie that many can relate...

'The Silence' (2019) Review: Shhh! It’s Not Worth A Thousand Words

'The Silence' (2019) Review: Shhh! It’s Not Worth A Thousand Words
By: Larissa Couto Animals (a mix of a wasp and bat) are released from...

'The Perfect Date' (2019) Review: Maybe Not The Best Date

'The Perfect Date' (2019) Review: Maybe Not The Best Date
By: Ashley Velez The Perfect Date is a new Netflix teen rom com starring...

'Unicorn Store' (2019) Review: Keeping Imagination Alive

'Unicorn Store' (2019) Review: Keeping Imagination Alive
By: Ashley Velez Brie Larson makes her directorial debut in the new Netflix film,...

'The Breaker Upperers' (2018) Review: Making Exes Since. . .

'The Breaker Upperers' (2018) Review: Making Exes Since. . .
By: Larissa Couto Have you ever broken up with someone via text message? It...

'Triple Frontier' (2019) Review: A Mission Gone Awry

'Triple Frontier' (2019) Review: A Mission Gone Awry
By: Ashley Velez What happens when you get together with a group of friends...

‘Velvet Buzzsaw’ (2019) Review: No Death, No Art

‘Velvet Buzzsaw’ (2019) Review: No Death, No Art
By: Larissa Couto When art has the power to mesmerize the viewer, truth becomes...

'High Flying Bird' (2019) Review: A Complex Examination Of NBA Politics That Is Gripping From The First Frame

'High Flying Bird' (2019) Review: A Complex Examination Of NBA Politics That Is Gripping From The First Frame
By: Steve Pulaski Director Steven Soderbergh has long been featuring three distinct elements in...

IO (Netflix 2019) Review: A Sci-Fi Thrill Ride Without A Momentous Peak

IO (Netflix 2019) Review: A Sci-Fi Thrill Ride Without A Momentous Peak
By: Simson Garcia From peak to valley, ghost town to plush wasteland, get ready...

'The Last Laugh' (2019) Review: Find Your Light

'The Last Laugh' (2019) Review: Find Your Light
By: Larissa Couto The Last Laugh starts with a commercial for a piece of...

'Lionheart' (2018) Review: In a Male-Dominated World

'Lionheart' (2018) Review: In a Male-Dominated World
By: Larissa Couto Netflix seems to have figured out its place as a “bridge...

'Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle' (2018) Review: A Darker, Truer-To-Source Adaptation of Rudyard Kipling's Short Stories

'Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle' (2018) Review: A Darker, Truer-To-Source Adaptation of Rudyard Kipling's Short Stories
By: Steve Pulaski Andy Serkis' Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle is a darker, truer-to-source adaptation of...

Netflix Will Be Deleting All User Reviews This Summer

Netflix Will Be Deleting All User Reviews This Summer
By: Todd Betzold More changes are coming to Netflix, as they announced they would...

Eddie Murphy Is Back And Making His Way To Netflix For Next Movie

Eddie Murphy Is Back And Making His Way To Netflix For Next Movie
At one time, Eddie Murphy was the biggest movie star out there. He was...

What's Coming To Netflix June 2018? No OITNB Yet And Sense8 Movie!

What's Coming To Netflix June 2018? No OITNB Yet And Sense8 Movie!
The summer is fast approaching, as June is almost here! June is going to...

"The Divine Order" (2017) Review

By: Matin Hafer Appropriately inspiring…but also well made and very engaging. I assume that...

"Django" (2017) Review

By: Martin Hafer Debuting on Netflix on March 18th...and it's well worth your time!...

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