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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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The truth about The Last of Us Part II

After reading about the leaks for Naughty Dogs sequel to one of the best games I’ve played in my adult life, I have to admit I was thrown off. In my opinion, the leaks caused me and other fans of the franchise to think this installment would be unrelatable.

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Why should you watch Demon Slayer? Plus, infinity train Plot and trailer!

I have to tell you this, and I’m not sure if anyone else has said this about Demon Slayer, but you will get tired of hearing Inosuke Hashibira and Zenitsu Agatsuma screaming at the top of their lungs.

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Detective Pikachu got 69% on Rotten tomatoes? | Review

Why did Detective Pikachu get a 69% on Rotten Tomatoes?

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3 things I noticed after watching Aladdin (2019) the second time

During this quarantine period, I’ve been rewatching a lot of my old favorites on Disney Plus. I came across Aladdin, the live-action version, several times and skipped over it because I’d been there done that, wrote a whole post regarding the downfalls of remade and revamped movies because of it.

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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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Why should you watch Haikyu!! ? | Series Review

Haikyu!! is the most exciting sports anime that I’ve watched since 2016’s Prince of Stride. One reason is that it’s more than one season, but other reasons include its character development, choreography, and action.

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My hero Academia: Deku vs. Gentle Criminal | 4 x 21 – recap

Class 1-A go through last-minute rehearsals for the festival that begins the next day.

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The Invisible Man (2020) is full of bated breath moments with jump scare payoffs | Review

The Invisible Man (2020) is one of the better thrillers that I’ve seen in recent history. It follows that fine line of creepy and menacing while giving you a slow-paced mind freak for most of the movie.

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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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Knives Out is a maze of a murder mystery (review)

In August, I wrote a post about the problem with remakes and reboots. My main concern was the lack of originality as properties are driven in the whole over and over again. However, recently a few original properties were released. One being 21 Bridges and the other being Knives Out.

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Fire Force: Wearing his Pride | 1 x 20 – recap

We pick up this episode with Hinawa being cornered by the White-Clad Knight, Arrow. And Shinra engaging with two members of the White-Clad who are holding Viktor Licht hostage. We don’t spend much time with Shinra after his initial attack.

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21 Bridges is an action-packed movie that may trigger you (review)

21 Bridges is an action-packed movie with an easy plot to follow. Chadwick Boseman asserted himself quickly while playing his character Andre Davis, and made a great impression in his first role since Prince T’Challa in the Marvel franchise.

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Buried in Netflix: Time Trap (2017)

I was surfing through Netflix and just as I was about to give up because there were too many options, I found Time Trap. The film surrounds a professor looking for his parents that disappeared years ago while chasing the fountain of youth.

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The Mandalorian (2019) based on two epsiodes

The first series released on the Disney+ stream, The Mandalorian, proved to be a treat for Star Wars fans. Before I was able to see the first episode for myself, I heard a lot of good things about the shows practical and visual effects.

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Dr. Stone: The Age of Energy | 1 x20 – recap

In this episode, Senku is preparing to create phones while Shishio and Hyago are preparing their next attack on Ishigami Village. However, they realize that winter is coming. Shishio decides to shift focus to make sure his group survives the winter. 

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