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“Glass Onion” is Full of Delicious Layers – Movie Review

Yeah, yeah, yeah. I know that a “layers” pun is an obvious headline for Glass Onion. Forgive me. When Knives Out was released in 2019, it was a pleasant surprise. Rian Johnson, of course, had already proven many times over to be a more than capable filmmaker. But no one could have anticipated quite how …

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Disenchanted is a Glorious Nostalgic Fairytale-Movie Review

Featuring Amy Adams, Patrick Dempsey, Maya Rudolph, James Marsden, and Idina Menzel, “Disenchanted” is the sequel to the well-loved movie, “Enchanted.” The live-action sequel continues Giselle’s journey with her family in New York. However, Giselle has had her heart set on moving to a place that reminds her of everything she has grown up with—small, …

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“On the Count of Three” is a Pitch-Black Comedy – Movie Review

I never expected the Give Me Back My Filet-O-Fish song to make its grand return in 2022, but that’s the magic of the movies. Jerrod Carmichael’s risky comedy, On the Count of Three, is one of the best of the year so far. Refreshingly honest about a serious topic, while maintaining a sense of humor, I …

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Yaheetech Kitchen Storage Baker’s Rack Product Review

Kitchen storage is something that we can all use some help with. Thankfully, there are great products like the Yaheetech Kitchen Storage Baker’s Rack! This storage rack is the perfect solution for kitchen storage and organization, and I am so happy to tell you all about it! Here is the scoop on the Yaheetech Kitchen …

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Season 1 Of Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why Review: Liberty High, School of Enlightenment

In Season 1 of Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why 17-year-old Liberty High School student, Clay Jensen struggles with the suicide of his friend Hannah Baker. Things only become more intricate when Clay is given a box of tapes. Being recorded by Hannah before her death, Clay learns the cold hard truth of everything she had to …

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Disney’s “Baymax!” Returns to Help Others in Short Series- Review

The intelligent healthcare robot sets foot back in San Fransokyo to help others. After the Big Hero 6 movie and series, the six-episode Baymax series produced by Roy Conli and Bradford Simonsen is a collection of shorts that follows the inflatable robot as he comes across side characters who need medical emergencies. The cute series …

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“The Terminal List” is a Dark Force to be Reckoned With- TV Series Review

James Reece (Chris Pratt) returns home after surviving an ambush placed on him and his entire unit of Navy SEALs. Once he reunites with his family, James begins to realize that dark forces are working against him that could threaten the people he loves the most. An action-filled drama with the aftermath of war and …

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“Chloe” is a Riveting Obsession With Social Media and Schemes- TV Series Review

In the six-episode psychological thriller, Chloe, Becky finds herself in utter shock at the news of her friend’s death. In order to find the truth behind Chloe’s sudden death, she embeds herself into the lives of people who were close to Chloe. Her obsessive behavior leads her to abandon her identity and her mother who …

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“Atypical” Season 4 is a Realistic View Into Mental Health and Family Drama

Atypical tells the coming of age story of Sam Gardner; a teen on the spectrum, who battles social experiences, relationships, and family drama. Surrounding Sam is his mother Elsa (Jennifer Jason Leigh), his father Doug (Michael Rapaport), and his sister Casey (Bridgette Lundy-Paine). Here’s the scoop on season 4 of Atypical! Independence Season 4 of …

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“Stars Align” Episode 1 Review: Childhood Memories Clashes with Soft Tennis Club

This coming-of-age sports anime written by Kazuki Akane made its official release in late 2019 and is yet to find its way on Crunchyroll until May 2022. Stars Align follows the boys of a junior high school soft tennis club. Their lack of effort to become a formidable opponent during competitions leaves them on the …

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Fire Island Movie Review: A Slice of Paradise

Noah (Joel Kim Booster), Howie (Bowen Yang), and their outgoing queer friends spend another year embarking on their journey to Fire Island to escape reality. Noah and Howie don’t realize that their friendship is about to go through the ultimate test. Here’s the scoop on the movie, Fire Island! A Place to Call Home Spending …

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Resort To Love Review: Finding That Special Someone

After her rising music career falls through, Erica Wilson (played by Christina Milian) accepts a job entertaining at a resort on the island of Mauritius. One of her duties on the island is to sing for weddings. Still reeling from her failed engagement a year prior, Erica hesitates to follow through with her new position. Resort …

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“Night Sky” Review: An Eerie Take on Space and Teleportation

Take a journey into the unknown in Night Sky! The eight-episode series focuses on family and relationships but also reminds the viewers that something shocking is happening behind the scenes. If you could teleport, where would you go? Watch J.K. Simmons, Sissy Spacek, and Chai Hansen in this fantasy drama on Prime Video! Here’s the …

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Metal Lords Review: High School Rejects Finding Their Way

What do you get when you combine 3 social outcasts each with musical talent and a dream to finally belong to something? A tell-tale story of exactly that premise. Metal Lords perfectly depicts high school outcasts who bring their dreams to life. Here’s the scoop on Metal Lords! Star-Studded Cast Metal Lords is your classic …

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