Enter The Anime Review: A Shameless, Cynical Hour Of Netflix Patting Itself On The Back Ugh.

Rarely have I enjoyed an hour less than the one I spent with the new Netflix documentary Enter the Anime,

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Basketball Or Nothing Review: Another Sporting Hit For Netflix On the Bounce

It’s admirable how quickly and capably Netflix finds a niche and then attacks it. It’s like watching a shark devour

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Otherhood Review: Have You Called Your Mother Today? Mum's The Word

Anyone who has seen a movie or two will recognize the framework of Netflix’s new dramedy Otherhood, about three mothers,

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My First, First Love Season 2 Review: A Little Foolishness And A Lot Of Curiosity Growing Up

Netflix’s Korean romance-drama My First, First Love is back on our screens for Season 2. With it returns the same

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Workin’ Moms Season 2 Review: What A Way To Make A Living Upper Crust

I wasn’t a fan of the first season of Workin’ Moms, which arrived on Netflix in February. It was fine. Inoffensive.

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The Son Review: Whose Child Is It Anyway? Like Father

It isn’t cool to be a man anymore. Perhaps it never was. Either way, the oppressive gender isn’t easy to

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Boi Review: A Spanish Thriller That Might Drive You Away Rideshare

In this bizarre Spanish film that arrived on Netflix today, writer-director Jorge M. Fontana concerns himself with imagination. And, if

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Typewriter Recap: And For The Real Ending, See Season 2 Howl At The Moon

This recap of Typewriter Season 1, Episode 5, “The Night of the Blood Moon”, contains spoilers. You can check out

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Typewriter Recap: Those Fingernails Need Cutting Home Invasion

This recap of Typewriter Season 1, Episode 4, “The Rise of the Fakeer”, contains spoilers. You can check out our

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Queer Eye Season 4 Review: Don’t Skip Your Own Chapter Eyes Inward

Queer Eye Season 4 was released on Netflix on July 19, 2019. You can check out our review of the

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Typewriter Recap: Home Is Where The Ghosts Are Clickety-Clack, Jenny's Back

This recap of Typewriter Season 1, Episode 1, “Four Kids and a Dog”, contains spoilers. You can check out our

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Secret Obsession Review: A Dull And Predictable Made-For-TV Thriller There Isn't Much Of A Secret

If anyone has a secret obsession, it’s Netflix — though to be honest it isn’t much of a secret. The

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Frankenstein’s Monster’s Monster, Frankenstein Review: Well, That’s A Mouthful Mock Til You Drop

With the current television landscape being what it is, it’s rare that I make predictions about anything. But I’m feeling

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3Below: Tales of Arcadia Part 2 Review: Another Fun Family Adventure We'll Never Be Royals

This review of 3Below: Tales of Arcadia Part 2 is spoiler-free. You can check out our thoughts on Part 1

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Extreme Engagement Season 1 Review: What A Fascinating Concept The Acid Test.

I thought I was going to hate the Netflix series Extreme Engagement season 1. I was traumatized by Selling Sunset and Yummy

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The Taco Chronicles Review: A Distinctly Mexican Look At A Favorite Foodstuff Shell Out

Food documentaries have always been a huge part of Netflix’s streaming catalog, and its latest, the six-part, distinctly Mexican The Taco

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Blown Away Review: Netflix’s New Reality Series Puts Art At The Forefront Glass Act

The Netflix reality show is not exactly a refined art form, which you’d think would make it incompatible with such

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Kidnapping Stella Review: An Overly Faithful Remake That Does Nothing To Stand Out Demanding

In the wordless opening scene of Kidnapping Stella, two men, one older, heavier, and hairier, the other younger, fairer and lighter,

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Stranger Things Recap: Three Inches Open The End

This recap of Stranger Things Season 3, Episode 8, “The Battle of Starcourt”, contains spoilers. You can check out our

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