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Review: Netflix’s ‘The End of the F***ing World’ showcases witty dialogue, characters

The End of the F***ing World is a Netflix original series  based on the graphic novel by Charles S. Forsman. It stars Alex Lawther as James, a self-diagnosed psychopath, and Jessica Barden as Alyssa, a rebellious teenage girl who tends to bottle up her emotions. Both teens impulsively begin a ...

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Review: Netflix anime suffers from lackluster writing, redeems itself through characters

Devilman Crybaby is a Netflix original series created by Masaaki Yuasa. The series centers on Akira Fudo, an empathetic and emotional track runner who is living with the family of his parents’ friends. His childhood friend, Ryo Asuka, returns to inform him of an influx of ancient demons bent on ...

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Canceled Netflix series ‘Sense8’ to return for 2-hour finale

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The fans have spoken, and the canceled Netflix series “Sense8” is coming back next year for a two-hour final episode. Netflix and show co-creator Lana Wachowski said Thursday that fan clamor inspired the show’s return. Netflix had announced earlier this month that “Sense8” was not renewed ...

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Things that deserve more hype: Part 1

Kamea's Corner

The Get Down deserves way more recognition and way more hype. Like way more. Everyone hypes up Stranger Things and Jessica Jones and all these white-based TV shows that we have been watching nearly since TV was invented, but here we have a show that actually has a diverse cast ...

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Surprises, sure things and Trump joke at Emmys

The Emmy Awards had its share of surprises, sure things and Donald Trump jokes. One consistent theme was the continued creative erosion at the top broadcast networks, now merely an afterthought on television’s biggest night. “Game of Thrones” won best drama for the second year in a row on Sunday, and became ...

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Spotlight

I remember when this case broke, but not many of the details because I was rather young. I just remember that the Catholic church lost the trust of everybody. So it is rather fitting this film is called Spotlight, because it educated them on what actually happened. This film is ...

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