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Movie Review: Netflix's 'Wasp Network' Tries To Bring The Sting

“Wasp Network” is a movie reminiscent of the ones that you would have easily found airing on cable networks in marathon sessions on Sundays back in the late 90s or early 2000s. There is one thing those movies did not have, and that is the star-wattage of Ana de Armas and Penelope Cruz. Director Oli…

Is 'Knives Out' Worthy Of All The Hype? It's Now On Amazon Prime

To say I had measured expectations headings into “Knives Out” would be an understatement. I did not head into it with claws out or anything. However, the idea that this movie with an all-star cast could possibly rise to the occasion of being decent, let alone above average, seemed to be a pipe drea…

TV Review: 'Medici' Season 3 Magnificently Concludes Its Epic Run

How do you bring the story of an epic family to a close? In the case of “Medici,” it is with swift pacing, enthralling execution, and brilliant delivery. The series picks up with a slightly older, Lorenzo de’ Medici (Daniel Sharman), more determined than ever to avenge his murdered brother and keep…

TV Review: 'Never Have I Ever' Been More Charmed On Netflix

“Never Have I Ever” has been out on Netflix for a while, and I watched the series premiere shortly afterward to happy results. Unfortunately, it has taken a while to get this review up. That said, it is never too late to put the spotlight on a worthy show, especially one as charming as the series c…

'Ragnarok' Season 1 Ending Explained: Plus, Season 2 Theories

“Ragnarok” finished its first season with a climactic face-off that should change everything for Magne going forward. In fact, the ending of Season 1 opened up a ton of possibilities. So while waiting for Season 2, it is time to get into the theories, thoughts, and plots that comprised the intrigui…

Movie Review: Netflix's 'The Occupant' Should Occupy Your Time

There are few movies as disquieting as “The Occupant” (“Hogar”) on Netflix. The Spanish-language thriller stars Javier Gutiérrez. The same actor who took on the lead role in “The Motive” (“El Autor”), a similarly eerie film about a desperate writer. In “The Occupant,” Gutiérrez stars as another des…