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Borderlands Film Announced, Castlevania returns to NetFlix, + New Star Wars Movie

Headlines for February 17, 2020 to February 22, 2020.

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Yes, I cried! | To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You (Netflix)

Finally, finally, finally, the sequel to my most recent favorite romantic comedy is out.

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Is Designated Survivor worth binging? | review

Netflix recently released the third season of Designated Survivor. The show was previously on ABC, and I have to admit that I knew it existed, but I never watched it.

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Buried in Netflix: Hurricane Heist (2018)

I found myself watching yet another movie buried in Netflix. This time, it’s a film titled Hurricane Heist. It was directed by the same direct of the Fast and the Furious and released in 2018 to a lukewarm reception from critics. But that’s not what we’re here to discuss. We’re here to figure out how the story flushed out.

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Studio Ghibli on Netflix, Activision Blizzard with Youtube Gaming + Changes to the Arrowverse

Headlines for the week of 1/20/2020 to 1/25/2020.

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Travel through realms to save love in ‘Ni No Kuni’ | Movie Review

When I found out Ni No Kuni the animator of the Studio Ghibli films, I was elated! I love the wholesome feel of the Studio Ghibli films, so even though I am not familar with Ni No Kuno as a Bandi Namco game, I hit play with optimism.

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Should Levius emphasize more than metal boxing? | Netflix

The best part about the 12-episode anime was the metal boxing concept. Levius is about a character who has dealt with loss. His mother is critically injured during an attack on their village by an evil corporation and he watches two children get kidnapped by a machine. He finds solace in metal boxing after he is sent to live with his grandmother and uncle.

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