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Netflix’s The Liberator Review: A Spin Of Anime On Epic War Action

The Liberator is a new War Action Saga brought by Netflix specially on Veteran's Day.

HBO’s Industry Episode 1 Review: A Not-So-New Workplace Drama Series

HBO's Industry episode 1 focuses on the mad race and competition in job industry. It is a TV Drama which is not too surprising or new.

Voot’s Moonbase 8 Review: A One-Time Watch Comedy Series

Moonbase 8 tries to take the comedy route but fails in engaging the audience due to a lacklustre script and bland dialogues.

Netflix’s Citation Review: A Dragged-Out But Important Narrative

Netflix's Citation poses many difficult but necessary questions about politics and rape culture, but sometimes feels dragged-out.

YouTube’s Wayne Review: A Mind-Blowing and Dark Teen Drama

Wayne is a dark and intriguing teen drama and successfully keeps you hooked throughout.

Netflix’s Operation Christmas Drop Review: A Heartwarming Military Romance

Operation Christmas Drop is Netflix's Christmas movie without much depth, but successful gives away some much-needed holiday cheer.

Netflix’s Love and Anarchy Review: A Captivating and Binge-Worthy Rom-Com

Netflix's new rom-com 'Love and Anarchy' is a flirtatious, lovable and a dangerous ride.

Netflix’s Felix Lobrecht: Hype Review: A Controversial Standup Comedy Special

Netflix's Felix Lobrecht: Hype leaves you in a state of confusion whether to accept dark humour or stand against it.

Netflix’s Holidate Review: A Perfect Montage of Rom Com Clichés

Netflix's Holidate delivers nothing new or interesting, but the lead pair looks attractive and is a good time-pass movie if you're feeling lonely.

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Friends Reunion: The One Where The Filming Is Wrapped!

Friends Reunion shooting is now wrapped. Check out the official poster shared by the makers.

Amazon’s Jathi Ratnalu Review: Humorous with Great Performances

Jathi Ratnalu is a fun ride, albeit with its own problems. The pacing could've been better and the runtime shorter, but it's entertaining nonetheless.

Amazon’s Them Review: Race and Horrors

Them showcases the horrors a Black family faced (and people still face) at the hands of their white counterparts.

The Falcon And The Winter Soldier Episode 4 Memes Aptly Describes Every Fan’s State Of Mind!

The Falcon and The Winter Soldier episode 4 released yesterday. The episode has left the fans in a state of shock. Through memes, they have shared how they are feeling.

Netflix’s Have You Ever Seen Fireflies? Review: Lacks Lustre

Have You Ever Seen Fireflies tries to do something different and impactful, but seriously lacks the oomph factor.