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Brooklyn Nine-Nine
2013 . Comedy, Crime

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Season 8 (10/10): Seriously one of the best final seasons for a comedy series! The entire series pays incredible homage to the prior seven seasons while establishing plot lines to bring the series to a beautiful and heartwarming close. Couldn’t ask for anything better than this show. Entire Series (10/10): This series is seriously some of the greatest and most fun television out there. It’s absurd, hilarious, heartwarming, and even manages to address real world issues in a very real way. One of very few comedy shows that I would say is absolutely perfect, but this definitely fits the bill.
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The Nice Guys
2016 . Comedy, Crime, Action

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This was one of those films that I had absolutely no idea what to expect going into, but enjoyed nearly every second. The comedy was just absurd enough that I laughed often throughout, the action and practical effects associated with that were extremely well done, and the score was a load of fun as well (very fitting of the time period this took place in). If you’re looking for something fun to get through the night, this film will do the trick.
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Lucifer
2016 . Crime, Drama, Sci-Fi & Fantasy

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Season 5B (10/10): What can I say about this incredible half season? It’s so hard to put into words. This show is powerful emotionally. You see grief, loss, love, sacrifice, family, friends, growth, divinity, and so much more. The acting, writing, and everything else that goes into making this show have always been, and continue to be, superb in every sense of the word. It takes a lot to get me to cry, but this show has always gotten it out of me, and after watching all 8 episodes of this half season today (release day), I have to say that there are no tears left. Lucifer is such a relatable character despite the fact that he is literally the fallen angel, the ruler of Hell, Satan, the Devil, and so many other names. The supporting characters are all there for specific reasons, but are just as relatable and connectable as the titular character himself. This is one of my favorite shows in the entire world, if not my absolute favorite. If you’ve never seen it, do yourself a favor: start this show, work through any confusion, and enjoy the ride. Season 6 (10/10): This final season was brilliant. It not only pays homage to the previous five seasons, but it reinvents the show so the content is fresh while still building upon the world established. So much character attention this season, and we get to see outcomes for everyone we have come to love over the years. Entire Series (10/10): I don’t know how to put into words how perfect this series is. I truly think this is my favorite show of all time with some of my most favorite characters ever. Everything behind-the-scenes got messy between seasons 3 and 4, but Netflix brought this back to be what it was always meant to be. Would I love to see more of this show? Yes. But am I happy the writers ended this on their own terms and in a way that leaves me and the other viewers satisfied? Absolutely.
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Halloween II
1981 . Horror, Thriller

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Man I enjoyed this way more than the original, which I didn’t expect. Some of the kills genuinely made me squirm in my seat, I love the simplistic score, and the persona of Michael Myers is very interesting. Excited to be continuing this franchise after watching Halloween (1978) nearly a year ago.
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John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
2019 . Action, Thriller, Crime

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This film is a load of fun with so much action throughout; even more than the first two entries in the franchise. This action is way more realistic than many films can be while still having absurd moments that don’t seem possible. The plot is a bit more lacking in this entry, but it’s still a seriously fun time all around. I’m glad I’ve finally gotten around to see the currently released films in this franchise and I’m excited for chapter 4!
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The Weight of Gold
2020 . Documentary

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“I think we forget how human, our Olympians are” This is a very informative documentary bringing a large focus on mental health of Olympic athletes. And not just the Summer Olympics or the Winter Olympics, but members of both of them. Really enjoyed this documentary despite its focus on the negativity of the world and how alone American Olympians feel after returning home from the Olympics. We need to do better for them as a country from resources to funding and even simply paying them better so that they can live.
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Summer Meets God (Rick Meets Evil)
2021 . Science Fiction, Animation

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Sadly, I’m not impressed with this short film. Although it’s cool to see the Rick and Morty franchise branching into the Japanese language and anime, this short doesn’t do it in a way that’s extremely appealing. Nothing super fun, animation is gross, and the plot line is lame.
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Rick and Morty
2013 . Animation, Action & Adventure, Comedy

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Season 5 (7/10): This season had a lot of misses for me (the creepy incest baby plot line was way over the top, even for this show). However, the final two episodes of the season that both aired tonight showcased so much character development that we have desperately needed and asked for from the show’s creators. These episodes were a blast and I pray that season 6 has the same quality to them!
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Mickey's Christmas Carol
1983 . Family, Animation

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Not really sure why I decided to watch this, but somehow, I hadn’t seen it before. The animation and voice-acting are a lot of fun and this gives a cute and more entertaining spin to Charles Dickens’ story A Christmas Carol. Yes, it’s the start of September, but I still rather enjoyed watching this!
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Dug Days
2021 . Animation, Short, Action & Adventure

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Alright what the heck. Not me getting emotional over the bond Carl and Dug have (which has grown since Up (2009)). This series of short films was truly adorable with beautiful animation. Simple in design, but full enough to tell stories and feature the last project of Ed Asner’s. Watching this so closely to his passing reminds me how much talent and love was lost that day, but reminds me of how much joy he brought to the world. Ed Asner was a legend, and he keeps that up in these short films.
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Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings
2021 . Action, Adventure, Fantasy

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Well here it is, the first Asian centered film within the MCU, and it wasn’t an absolute disaster. The fight choreography is seriously some of the most beautiful we’ve seen throughout the history of the MCU, the score throughout absolutely captures the essence of the film, and there is plenty of heart throughout. The introduction of Shang-Chi was done in a way that honored the past of the MCU while helping to guide us into its future (especially with both of the post-credits scenes)! This film does a lot to stand on its own while also connecting to the broader MCU. We need more films like this so that new fans have an entry point into the universe and don’t have to feel overwhelmed by the vast culmination of the MCU of the past. Spoilers: Wong and Abomination were awesome additions to the narrative presented in the film and didn’t do anything to take away from the focus on Shang-Chi. If anything, Wong has helped to shine a brighter light on Shang-Chi and his future in the MCU. To see the return of Bruce Banner and Captain Marvel in the mid-credits scene was very unexpected, but it makes me excited to see how Shang-Chi connects to the future narrative of the MCU and how much of that may be connected to the Eternals.
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Marvel One-Shot: All Hail the King
2014 . Action, Comedy, Fantasy, Thriller

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A very interesting short film set within the MCU showing the aftermath of Iron Man 3 (2013) and sets up a plot line that I expect to see addressed tonight in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (2021). Trevor Slattery and the fake Mandarin persona always interested me and I’m excited to see more of the Ten Rings very soon!
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Monsters at Work
2021 . Animation, Action & Adventure, Comedy

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Season 1 (10/10): I don’t know how I can say much about this season, but I’m going to try. This show doesn’t simply continue the story of Monsters Inc. following the turn from Scare power to Laugh power; it follows a young man who was offered the job of a Scarer, is forced to work with MIFT (a team that nobody wants to work with), and works hard to become a Jokester. However, this young man known as Tylor works alongside the MIFT team which becomes a family to him (and me quite honestly). There are so many awesome, touching, funny, crazy moments throughout this first season, but if you have any love for the Monsters Inc. universe, this is essential to heighten that love. Truly incredible first season and I’m hoping we get plenty more to come!
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Robots
2005 . Animation, Comedy, Family, Science Fiction

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Robin Williams was a staple of my childhood, playing so many of my favorite characters over the years; from Hook to Aladdin’s Genie and to the wonderful Fender in this film. Every time I think of Robin, I’m reminded of the joy, happiness, and laughter he brought (and still brings) to my life. His work truly lifts the world up and makes it a brighter place, and the world has been a bit dimmer since he left this world. Robin Williams has always been an inspiration for me and I pray that he always will be. Now, onto this movie specifically. Rodney Copperbottom is a character that I feel many can relate to. His parents didn’t have much financially, but they always did their best with him and they raised him with values that led him to help others and be extremely selfless. Throughout the film, we see Rodney grow and learn the harsh truths of the world while never giving up on these ideals instilled in him. Hearing Ewan McGregor voice this character only brings more to the table as we constantly hear true emotion and passion from both the actor and his character. Of course Fender serves as a comedic relief, best friend stereotype to Rodney. There are many fun one-liners and adult jokes thrown in by Fender that makes the film even more entertaining as an adult. We hear Fender do many different voices and sounds throughout the film, once again showing off the incredible range of the late Robin Williams. Ratchet serves as a villain who isn’t completely sure of himself while trying to make his mother proud to the best of his ability. Again, we have lots of comedy added with Ratchet as he always acts tough yet is truly a scaredy-cat when times of action come. The big man himself, Bigweld, serves as an adult leader inspiring Rodney throughout the entirety of the film; mostly indirectly, but eventually in person. Mel Brooks brings so much to this role and really has a fun time with it. This films is a fun ride all around! The comedy is absolutely exquisite, the music and musical numbers scattered throughout are a ton of fun, and the animation is unique to the world created. This is one of my favorite films of all time, and I hope that that feeling always stays with me.
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Kitty Love: An Homage to Cats
2021 . Documentary

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Yea okay, this was just a weird Dutch cat video compilation. No idea why this is on Netflix instead of YouTube, but oh well.
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