Category Archives: Netflix

‘Better Call Saul’ Season 6: What You Need to Know Before Premiere

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It’s been two years since the Season 5 finale of “Better Call Saul,” leaving fans wondering what’s in store for the beloved crooked lawyer.

As Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) opens shop as Saul Goodman, Kim Wexler (Rhea Seehorn) hints at her own breaking bad moment, with Howard Hamlin (Patrick Fabian) in her crosshairs. Meanwhile, Nacho Varga (Michael Mando) is on the run after playing a part in Gus Fring’s (Giancarlo Esposito) assassination attempt on Lalo Salamanca (Tony Dalton). Little do they know, Lalo lives to see another day after picking off Gus’ hitmen one by one in Terminator-like fashion. Meanwhile, a war is brewing between Gus and the Salamancas, with the fates of Kim and Nacho — both absent from the future events of “Breaking Bad” — looming ahead.

https://variety.com/2022/tv/news/better-call-saul-season-6-recap-premiere-1235231562/

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REVIEW: Ozark – Season Four, Part One (2022)

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All seven episodes of Ozark: Season Four, Part One are available now on Netflix. Nowadays, fourteen years (or so) after the release of the iconic AMC crime thriller series Breaking Bad, there have been many shows and showrunners that have tried to ape its style or tone. But I think one of the better comparisons […]

REVIEW: Ozark – Season Four, Part One (2022)
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‘Better Call Saul’: Michael Mando Dealt with Sandstorms and Lightning While Filming Nacho’s Big Scene

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The last thing Michael Mando filmed on “Better Call Saul” was Nacho’s hideout in the oil tanker. As his character is hiding from people on his tail who wish him dead, Mando had to submerge himself…

‘Better Call Saul’: Michael Mando Dealt with Sandstorms and Lightning While Filming Nacho’s Big Scene

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REVIEW: “My Best Friend Anne Frank” (2022)

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Dutch filmmaker Ben Sombogaart directs the new Netflix drama “My Best Friend Anne Frank”. The movie is inspired by the real-life friendship between Anne Frank and Hannah Goslar. And while it’s a mostly fictional account, Sombogaart approaches the subject with sincerity and sensitivity. But this isn’t just another Anne Frank movie. The story is really […]

REVIEW: “My Best Friend Anne Frank” (2022)

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Peaky Blinders (2013-2022)

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Netflix lags behind HBO when it comes to producing high-quality shows, but the gap is getting smaller. Look at Breaking Bad, House of Cards, Black Mirror, The Crown, The Queen’s Gambit, The Last Dance, etc. Alas, I’d take Peaky Blinders over any other Netflix hit. One of the great British dramas, Peaky Blinders alternates between […]

Peaky Blinders (2013-2022)

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“The Lincoln Lawyer” Series is Heading to Netflix in May

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Back in 2011 “The Lincoln Lawyer” hit the big screen with the highly rated film starring Matthew McConaughey. The film, based on the novel by Michael Connelly, has now been made into a drama series for Netflix and will premiere on May 13th. Ted Humphrey (“The Good Wife” is showrunner for the series and the […]

“The Lincoln Lawyer” Series is Heading to Netflix in May – Watch the Trailer Now
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True Crime: What Happens when $250m of Bitcoin Randomly Disappears?

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A new true crime documentary is heading to Netflix later this month that delves into what happened after Gerry Cotten, the CEO of Canada’s largest Cryptocurrency exchange QuadrigaCX, died in mysterious circumstances. Unfortunately for their investors he took the password to $250 million of customers’ funds to the grave. Or did he? “Trust No One: […]

True Crime: What Happens when $250m of Bitcoin Randomly Disappears?
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Film review: Three Floors (Tre Piani)

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Nanni Moretti is a prolific actor, writer, director, and producer who has been putting out regular work for the best part of his fifty years in the business. For the first time in his illustrious career, he is adapting someone else’s story for the big screen. His latest piece Three Floors is based upon the […]

Film review: Three Floors (Tre Piani)

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Inventing Anna

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If their handling of movies is increasingly patchy, streaming giant Netflix at least make some good shows; Ozark is one of the most popular, and breakout star Julia Garner has found a role to eclipse that backwoods money-laundering drama playing ‘fake German heiress’ Anna Delvey aka Anna Sorokin. Her story has already been the subject […]

Inventing Anna

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Easy Rider (1969)

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A funny think happened in the latter part of the 60’s, as the free-love, counterculture youth movement spread throughout America.   Small budgeted independent film studios understood that they had an untapped audience looking for something different.   The Biker film emerged at this time, with its outlaw heroes and rebel culture.   These were mostly forgettable movies […]

Easy Rider (1969)

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Lucy (2014) — Drugs power up a girl, gives her Morgan Freeman voiceover

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“We humans are more concerned with having than with being.” Justin’s rating: I only use 8% of my brain, mostly for dad jokes Justin’s review: Luc Besson isn’t the kind of director and writer that I associate with masterpieces. He’s the kind of guy I go to for a fun and flashy ride without necessarily […]

Lucy (2014) — Drugs power up a girl, gives her Morgan Freeman voiceover
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Escape from Pretoria (2020) Movie Review ‘Intense Moments’

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Escape from Pretoria – Intense at Times Director: Francis Annaa Writer: Francis Annan, L.H. Adams (Screenplay) Tim Jenkin (Book) Starring: Daniel Radcliffe, Daniel Webber, Ian Hart, Mark Leonard Winter, Nathan Page, Grant Piro Plot: Based on the real-life prison break of two political captives, Escape From Pretoria is a race-against-time thriller set in the tumultuous […]

Escape from Pretoria (2020) Movie Review ‘Intense Moments’
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‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ (2022) Review: “Netflix Franchise Massacre”

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It’s impossible to recreate the magic of 1974’s The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. Shot on a shoestring budget in Texas heat, pervasive rotten smells, and the like, many consider it to be the scariest film ever made, an assessment I agree with. As with any success, sequels followed. And remakes. And prequels. Prequels ignored sequels, sequels […]

‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ (2022) Review: “Netflix Franchise Massacre”
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The Lighthouse: A Tale of Madness

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Directed by Robert Eggers, The Lighthouse is about two men placed on a remote island, far from any civilization, to man and tend to a lighthouse during the 1890’s. As time goes on, both Ephraim Winslow (Robert Pattinson) and his supervisor Thomas Wake (Willem Dafoe)  begin having strange and mysterious visions whilst trying to maintain […]

The Lighthouse: A Tale of Madness

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The Invention of Lying (2009) Review

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In a world where no one has ever lied before Mark Bellison one day discovers that it works in his favour and continues to tell lies for his own personal gain, although it quickly gets out of hand. ⭐️⭐️ I absolutely love the concept behind The Invention of Lying and think the first half of […]

The Invention of Lying (2009) Review

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Munich: The Edge of War Review

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Director Christian Schwochow created Munich: The Edge of War to be a puzzle of deceit, and he succeeded—in spades. The film is based on actual events preceding World War II, and it is politically enticing and spellbinding. In 1917 (2019), a British war film set during World War I, actor George Mackay played the role […]

Munich: The Edge of War Review

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Series Preview: Stop Motion Animated creepiness from Netflix, “The House”

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Three generations of owners of the same British house cope with “change” and mysterious twists in their circumstances and fate. The look of this vermin and bugs-animated series (Helena Bonham Carter and Matthew Goode are among those doing the voices) sets it apart, and it gives a big boost to veteran stop motion animators who […]

Series Preview: Stop Motion Animated creepiness from Netflix, “The House”

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Don’t Look Up (2021)

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A hilariously satirical disaster epic that pokes fun at the media, government incompetence, and capitalist excess. Don’t Look Up is a satirical, science-fiction disaster movie where two scientists discover a comet, a “planet killer”, that will directly hit Earth and destroy all of human civilization. Their efforts to warn and save humanity are hindered by politics, […]

Don’t Look Up (2021)
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Dear Jane Campion

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Benedict Cumberbatch has an excellent shot at an Oscar nomination/win. I wanted to thank you for adapting Thomas Savage’s 1967 novel and directing The Power of the Dog (2021). Your films feel like good books that beg to be analyzed. Take The Piano (1993), for instance, your signature film for the past thirty years. I […]

Dear Jane Campion,
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THE UNFORGIVABLE (2021): The Things I Liked…

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I’m glad that Sandra Bullock said yes to The Unforgivable, a well-executed tale of one woman’s journey to reconnect with her sister after finishing a twenty-year prison sentence. Directed by Nora Fingscheidt, what stood out immediately, in addition to the excellent performances, is how engaging the story is. I cared about Bullock’s character and couldn’t wait for […]

THE UNFORGIVABLE (2021): The Things I Liked…

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