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Best of Netflix

Best of Netflix

Whether you're binge watching or Netflix and Chilling, hats off to the digital streaming behemoth that never ceases to entertain.

  • Matthew Donnellon
    Published 2 days ago
    Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous Review

    Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous Review

    Last weekend, I opened Netflix looking for something to watch, when lo and behold, a new Jurassic Park series was splashed across my screen.
  • Brian Anonymous
    Published 4 days ago
    My Review of "The Sleepover"

    My Review of "The Sleepover"

    The Sleepover is a Netflix exclusive that recently came out. It's a lot more fun than you would have expected. Sure there are a lot of cheesiness and a ton of it is predictable but you have to consider what the target audience for this movie is. It's a family film that is sure to entertain kids and adults alike and I for one was entertained by this movie.
  • Brian Anonymous
    Published 6 days ago
    My Review of "Project Power"

    My Review of "Project Power"

    Project Power is a super power movie came out recently exclusively to Netflix. I can't really classify this movie as a superhero movie because all of the powers that each of the characters contain are dependent on a pill that they take. Still there's elements of a superhero movie in this movie but they did put a twist to it that is unique. The only problem is that the movie doesn't really have anything absolutely spectacular about it.
  • Coco Jenae`
    Published 7 days ago
    The Soul Food We Didn't Know We Needed
  • Debbie Bello
    Published 8 days ago
    'The Devil All The Time' Movie Review
  • H.Z.
    Published 9 days ago
    It’s Okay to Not Be Okay

    It’s Okay to Not Be Okay

    The Netflix show “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” is a Korean show that discusses serious topics of mental health through the romance, laughter, and tearful moments revolving around the protagonists, Moon Gang-tae (played by Kim Soo-hyun), his autistic older brother, Moon Sang-tae (played by Oh Jung-se) and the infamous children’s literature author, Ko Moon-Young (played by Seo Ye-ji). This series is difficult to be categorized into a single genre, because of its rich and diverse storytelling method. The romantic relationship between Moon and Ko, the heart wretching relationship between the Moon brothers, and the horrorific tragedy of the Ko family , leaving the audience experiencing a wide range of emotions through every episode.
  • Mohammed Anees
    Published 10 days ago
    'The Devil all the Time' a Blood soaked and Gloom Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson Starrer

    'The Devil all the Time' a Blood soaked and Gloom Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson Starrer

    An adaptation of a novel of the same name written by Donald Ray Pollock, ‘The Devil All the Time’ begins with Willard Russell (Bill Skarsgård) who returned from WWII. He falls in love with a beautiful young woman at a restaurant counter (Haley Bennett), scrounges together enough money for a house and has a son. The story begins with him teaching his 9-year-old son Arvin (Tom Holland) to be sincere in prayer.Life isn’t easy but it’s good.
  • Lolita Maeweathers
    Published 11 days ago
    Kit Harrington

    Kit Harrington

    Season 2 of Criminal UK has arrived on Netflix. The show which first came out last year and depicts the interrogation process in a metropolitan police station. (Last time we also saw Criminal France, Criminal Germany and Criminal Spain.) The series depicts what happens after you are arrested and the detectives come in for the interview. The main goal is not just to get the facts, but to get a confession. It takes me back to the time when Jane Tennison always got her man or woman to confess. In the US we have Law and Order with Detective Benson and Carussi bringing the criminals to confess.
  • Hector Jose
    Published 15 days ago
    Altered Carbon: Death is but a Distant Dream (Season 1)

    Altered Carbon: Death is but a Distant Dream (Season 1)

    Cyber-punk shows have never been done quite like this, and the justice that Altered Carbon delivers to the Sci-fi and cyber punk genres is nothing far from amazing. Through beautiful cinematography, strong performances, engaging fight sequences, and an emotionally compelling story, Altered Carbon has become a big steppingstone for future works of the like. Hold on tight, for every episode will have you pondering over the meaning of life, the unpredictability of the future, and will induce the occasional existential crisis. Not to worry though, for this is only science fiction (Or is it?).