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8 Anime Shows About Insecurity And Personal Growth

Each and every individual is insecure about themselves. Either they are insecure about their looks or their personality and no matter how much we read books about loving ourselves, it just sometimes becomes impossible not to drown ourselves in the negative feelings that accompany insecurities.

This is a guest post submitted by: Rachel Torgerson from Nofilleranime.com

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Under the Black Moonlight | Netflix Review

This article was submitted by Andrea F.

Under the Black Moonlight is a 2016 Netflix thriller from the champions in horror entertainment, Korea, starring Nam Tae Hyun and Kim Soo Yeon.

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Sir | Movie Review (Netflix)

[Submission by A.F.]
From the country of India, Netflix brings you a thought-provoking drama called Sir.

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Alice in Borderland (2020) review | Netflix

In early December, this highly binge-able Netflix show Alice In Borderland premiered. It is an 8 episode Japanese drama based on the manga of the same name by Haro Aso.

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Great Pretender: Wizard of Far East (season 2 review) | Is it better than season 1?

I’m surprised to bring you this news, but I think Great Pretender: season 2 is better than the first season.

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Great Pretender after 14 episodes (Netflix Review)

The Great Pretender was an interesting anime. I don’t know what I was expecting, but I was pleasantly surprised. The first couple of episodes give off a superficial vibe. You might assume that the story characters are con artists without a soul.

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Project Power (2020) is a bit unsettling (Netflix Review)

I watched Project Power featuring Jamie Foxx and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. The movie, set in New Orleans, follows a man, Art, looking for his daughter. He was experimented on in the military in their efforts to create super heroes. His daughter, Tracy, developed special abilities and was later abducted by the government in their efforts to steal her gifts and sell them.

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Hi Bye, Mama! is a pure emotional roller coaster (Review)

Hi Bye, Mama! was recommended to me by a friend who shares my same interest in K-dramas. This 16-episode series was full of tear-jerking moments that almost made the show unbearable to watch.

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Cells at Work | After five episodes (Netflix)

I found a quirky anime that deals with topics about human anatomy and how its blood cells (white and red) work together with the rest of the bodily functions to keep the human body healthy.

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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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