The Family Review: Who Really Controls Power in Washington, D.C.? Family and Fellowship First

The question of who really controls global power is an old one, and rarely satisfactorily answered. What is ostensibly representative

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Coyote Lake Review: Atypical Vigilante Thriller Can’t Choose A Side Border Patrol

Sara Seligman’s Coyote Lake is just interesting enough to be annoying. Most vigilante thrillers don’t even get that far, so credit where

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Designated Survivor: 60 Days Recap: This Is Brilliant Restructuring.

This recap of Designated Survivor: 60 Days Season 1, Episode 7, “Governance” contains significant spoilers. The Korean Netflix Series will

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Designated Survivor: 60 Days Recap: A Brilliantly Directed Episode The True Cost Of Leading A Country

This recap of Designated Survivor: 60 Days Season 1, Episode 6, “Command” contains significant spoilers. The Korean Netflix Series will

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Designated Survivor: 60 Days Recap: Who To Trust? Everyone Has An Agenda

This episode of Designated Survivor: 60 Days Season 1, Episode 5, “A Good Person” contains significant spoilers. The Korean Netflix

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Designated Survivor: 60 Days Recap: Honesty Is The Best Policy Reputation Matters.

This episode of Designated Survivor: 60 Days Season 1, Episode 4, “Confession” contains significant spoilers. The Korean Netflix Series will

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Designated Survivor: 60 Days Recap: Adjusting To A New Career Do You Still Desire Power?

This episode of Designated Survivor: 60 Days Season 1, Episode 3, “Maintaining Status Quo” contains significant spoilers. The Korean Netflix

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Designated Survivor: 60 Days Recap: It’s Time To Step Up Embarrassing The Original

This episode of Designated Survivor: 60 Days Season 1, Episode 2, “Day 60: Commander-In-Chief” contains significant spoilers. The Korean Netflix

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Designated Survivor: 60 Days Recap: A Crazy Day In The Office I Have No Idea What I Am Doing

This episode of Designated Survivor: 60 Days Season 1, Episode 1, “Day 60: The Acting President” contains significant spoilers. The

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The Edge of Democracy Review: Netflix Documentary Articulates A Fragile Nation A Lack of Togetherness In Politics

I cannot profess to understand the political complexities of Brazil, but Netflix documentary The Edge of Democracy is a vacuum of

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‘Knock Down the House’ | Netflix Documentary Review Against the establishment

It’s strange. I’ve always been drawn towards American politics purely because from an entertainment perspective they do it better. It

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‘An Acceptable Loss’ | Film Review Securing the truth.

This review of An Acceptable Loss contains minor spoilers. Because films are films, I usually suspend my disbelief; it is just

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‘American Hangman’ | Film Review Judge, Jury and Executioner

Wilson Coneybeare’s American Hangman is about, among other things, the general incompetence of the American justice system and the pitfalls of

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The Politics of Pugilism What the 'Rocky' franchise can tell us about social trends in America

The Rocky franchise is due to welcome it’s eighth instalment this month with the release of Creed II. Throughout its

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‘Bodyguard’ Episode 5 | TV Recap Twist and Shout

Jed Mercurio’s Bodyguard has squirrelled its way into the national consciousness, one assumes for a couple of reasons. The first

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‘The Angel’ | Netflix Original Film Review I Spy

The Angel brings a unique interpretation of the life and actions of notoriously elusive and arguably vital Ashraf Marwan. Netflix

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‘Active Measures’ | Film Review Putin the pieces together

He’s a slippery customer, that Vladimir Putin, and Jack Bryan’s new documentary Active Measures attempts to explain how. From his

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‘Blindspotting’ | Film Review Shining a light on the issues at hand

In Blindspotting, a middle-aged cop unloads his weapon into a young, unarmed male on a quiet street at night in Oakland,

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