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This show is pouring with Filipino excellence and we can’t wait to see it all over our screens soon!

If you feel like you’ve watched everything on Netflix, better think again

The documentary series, despite its faults in storytelling, puts forth a chillingly relevant reminder

Even if it is littered with common YA tropes and clichés     I don’t know about you, but I’ve seen too many fairies (fairy-inspired shoots and makeup looks) on my Insta the past few weeks that I didn’t think twice about streaming

From “Malcolm & Marie” to “Don’t Look Up” and “Red Notice”

A rousing reimagining of Julia Quinn’s bestselling novels

Oppressive authority lives and its language is universal     When I was a child, I always wished I had grown up in the 60s. I loved the idea of rising up against war and hate, while listening to kick-ass music, and smoking

Past meets present, a serial killer and that cliffhanger ending     In a sea of holiday or holiday-related series and movies that populate Netflix’s multiple lists, suspense thriller The Call seemed like an unlikely watch. ‘Tis the season to feel good and

“It’s practically daring you NOT to feel something (spoiler: not possible)”     Lonely rich boy alone at Christmas.   Manic pixie dream girl leaves clues for a boy to find her.    Based on these descriptions alone, you might think that this Netflix limited series would

It’s like a Rocky Balboa flick, if like, Rocky played board games     The Queen’s Gambit revolves around Beth Harmon (played by Anya Taylor-Joy), a prodigy orphan who, struggling with an addiction to tranquilizers that started when they were fed to her

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