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Netflix’s The Cabin with Bert Kreischer Review: Lackadaisical but Therapeutic

Set against the backdrop of Malibu mountains, masked as a retreat, it is just the opposite of that (perhaps), 'The Cabin with Bert Kreischer' is pure fun!

Fox’s Next Episode 2 Review: It has Started to Unfold

Fox's Next episode 2 picks up the pace but it often wilts under its weight because of deviation in this episode!

Netflix’s The Forty Year Old Version Review: Satirical and Phenomenal

'The Forty Year Old Version' is powerful. strong and dripping with humour. Radha Blank's debut is here and it has a wonderful story to share about an artist!

Fox’s Next Episode 1 Review: Perils of Artificial Intelligence!

Fox's Next episode 1 speaks of how artificial intelligence can potentially take over once it starts to figure out that mankind is disposable!

Netflix’s Oloture Review: Gutsy, Gritty but Important

'Oloture' is a film on prostitution and human trafficking which exists all over the world. Oloture, the protagonist, goes on a journey to uncover the truth.

Netflix’s Song Exploder Review: An Informative and Interesting Musical Journey

'Song Exploder' is a popular podcast series hosted by Hrishikesh Hirway. Netflix has now created a show on the same theme and talks about much more than music.

Netflix’s Dick Johnson is Dead Review: A heartbreakingly Unique Film on Death

'Dick Johnson is Dead' has the humour going and the tears rolling for us, it is such a wholesome and uniquely beautiful confrontation with the most inevitable!

Netflix’s Oktoberfest: Beer and Blood Review: Ghastly and Dark!

Oktoberfest: Beer and Blood makes for a great watch, with a strong storyline, great characters and excellent cinematography.

Netflix’s Sneakerheads Review: Niche, Sometimes Fun but Mostly Bare

'Sneakerheads' is a bore, no better way to put it. You'd probably be excited to watch a storyline so niche but there is really not much that is has in store!

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Netflix’s Stuck Apart Review: Existential Crisis

Entrenched in a midlife crisis, Aziz seeks solace from his mundane job, lonesome friends and rowdy family while pretending to have his act together in Stuck Apart.

Netflix’s Tony Parker: The Final Shot Review: A Success Story

Tony Parker: The Final Shot is a documentary about the famous French NBA player's success that steers clear of any depth.

Netflix’s Lupin Review: Master of Disguise

A retelling of the classic French story about Arsène Lupin, the world-famous gentleman thief and master of disguise.

Amazon’s One Night in Miami Review: Riveting

One Night in Miami is a riveting, interesting and fun tale of friendship, race and power in America and absolutely touches your heart.

Netflix’s Outside the Wire Review: War and Death

Outside the Wire is a decent entertainer and asks some important questions but gets no points for originality.