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The Third Day Episode 6 Review: A Heartbreakingly Dramatic Divorce

The Third Day episode 6 brings an end to an exceptional miniseries about grief and its impacts and beautifully ties up its loose ends.

Netflix’s Unsolved Mysteries Volume 2 Review: 6 More Baffling Mysteries

Netflix's Unsolved Mysteries Volume 2 delivers six more confusing unsolved incidents that are harrowing and baffling, but somehow misses to make the mark.

Netflix’s Dream Home Makeover Review: Unoriginal but Stylish

Netflix's Dream Home Makeover is a generic home-makeover show that does nothing innovate but is perfect to veg-out in front of.

Netflix’s Grand Army Review: Trying to be too Grand

Netflix's Grand Army has absolutely so much going on that it forgets to focus on all five of its characters equally. It's a decent watch, but don't expect a harmless and light-hearted teenage drama.

Netflix’s The Barrier Episode 6 Review: Marta in Danger?

The Barrier episode 6 is slower than the rest, but consists of a lot of information and exposition, getting us ready for the upcoming episodes.

Netflix’s Someone Has to Die Review: A Crime Called Love

Netflix's Someone Has to Die is a 3-episode limited series that holds on to the shock factor throughout. It's a gripping and engaging slow-burn.

Netflix’s A Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting Review: A Known Monster

A Babysitter's Guide to Monster Hunting is a horror-comedy movie targeting the tweens. It's creepy and funny for the kids, but might drag for the older generation.

Netflix’s Blackpink: Light Up the Sky Review: Fun and Heartwarming

Netflix's Blackpink: Light Up the Sky is a documentary film on the rise to fame of gang band Blackpink.

The Third Day Episode 5 Review: Complications and More Complications

The Third Day episode 5 brings it up a notch with re-introducing characters and meshing the stories together. It's tense and taut.

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All The Bright Places Review: A Showcase of Teenage Love and Trauma

Based on Jennifer Niven’s 2015 novel of the same title, ‘All The Bright Places’ widely covers Mental Health Concerns, Suicide, and Grief....

TV Shows and Movies on HBO are Becoming Free for Non-Subscribers

HBO is going to release around 500 hours worth content for free to non-subscribers to entertain them during the quarantine period.

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 Father Soldier Son Review: A Story of Sacrifice and Strength

The 99-minutes-long documentary is heartwarming and heart wrenching at the same time. Father Soldier Son is a MUST WATCH.

Netflix’s Mystery Lab Review: Equal Parts Fun and Informative

Netflix's documentary series Mystery Lab with host Felipe Castanhari deals with a wide range of topics and discusses the science behind them. Who says learning has to be boring?