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Netflix’s Hello Me Episode 1 Recap: Old Meets New

Hello Me episode 1 is a light-hearted start to the series and leaves much room to grow and improve.

Netflix’s Behind Her Eyes Review: Suspension of Disbelief

Behind Her Eyes is an edge-of-the-seat thrilling that has supernatural elements to it. It's a tightly-knit story that is bingeable at its finest.

Netflix’s Animals on the Loose: A You vs Wild Movie Review: Chomp!

Animals on the Loose: A You vs Wild Movie has Bear Grylls battling lions and eating leeches - if you choose to do so.

(Season 2) Bless The Harts Episode 10 Recap: The Harts Think They’re Gonna Die!

Bless The Harts Episode 10 brings the Harts back on streaming platforms after almost 2 months! Will Betty Hart die? Is Jenny cursed? Is Violet a witch? There's a lot to know!

Netflix’s The Big Day Review: Blinding Privileges And Pretentious Big Fat Indian Weddings

The Big Day is pretentious and obnoxious. Talk about 6 rich couples who don't acknowledge their privileges and here they are! Stream It or Skip It? Read Here

Netflix’s News Of The World Review: Post-Civil War Story of Inhumane and Humane Survival

News Of The World brings Tom Hanks and Helena Zengel on-screen together making one it one watch-worthy film set in post-Civil War Texas

Netflix’s To All the Boys: Always and Forever Review: Dear Love, My Heart’s Warm!

To All The Boys: Always And Forever marks the end of the To All The Boys trilogy and it's heartwarming and beautiful. Stream It or Skip It? Read here

Amazon’s The Map of Tiny Perfect Things Review: Heartfelt

The Map of Tiny Perfect Things is a sweet romantic sci-fi movie that will keep you engaged and interested throughout its runtime

Disney+ Hotstar’s Live Telecast Review: Laughter Inducing

Live Telecast, a horror series, evokes no spooks or dread. With horrible characters, it's a series that gives you a headache.

Netflix’s Layla Majnun Review: Lots of Drama

Netflix's Layla Majnun is a good romantic drama but can get overwhelming sometimes due to the sheer amount of drama and emotions.

Netflix’s Red Dot Review: Thrilling and Entertaining

Netflix's Red Dot is a good entertainer that is pretty thrilling and interesting, especially because it takes place in frigid climates.

Netflix’s Space Sweepers Review: A Phenomenal Korean Sci-fi!

Space Sweepers is a riveting sci-fi set in 2092 and there is nothing about the film that's feeble and bad. It's amazing! Stream It or Skip It? Read Here.