Orbiter 9 is a Silent Beauty on Netflix That You Need To Watch

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The award-winning sci-fi romantic drama Orbiter 9 is currently showing on Netflix. Below is our review of the film. Orbiter 9 Movie Review Orbiter 9 (Orbita 9) starts off as any standard sci-fi drama would: quiet, unassuming and full of technical stuff. Here we learn about Helena (Clara Lago), a 19-year-old space colonist. She lives […]

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Netflix’s “Mute” is a Mess and a Waste of Time

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Netflix’s sci-fi mystery thriller, “Mute”, starts off interesting. However, it becomes a huge mess, before trying to redeem itself in its last minutes. “Mute” is by director Duncan Jones and debuted on Netflix last 23 February 2018. Film Review of “Mute” on Netflix Plot “Mute” follows Leo, a devout Amish man living in Berlin’s underbelly […]

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“Annihilation” is a Terrifying and Visceral Masterpiece

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This article has very mild spoilers. “Annihilation” starts off slow. Lena (Natalie Portman), a biologist and professor at John Hopkins University is reunited 12 months with her army husband Kane (Oscar Isaac) 12 months after his mission. Shortly after, he suffers from a major seizure. Lena is taken to a facility where she learns about […]

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Zombie Thriller “Ravenous” Revives the Genre of the Undead

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Warning: Mild spoilers ahead. Ravenous (French Canadian: Les Affamés) is a zombie thriller set against the backdrop of rural Quebec’s fields and forests. Just like how Train to Busan showcased Korea’s filial culture and affinity for drama, Ravenous takes us deep into Quebec’s countryside, a side of Canada that is rarely displayed in Hollywood movies. […]

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Netflix’s Veronica is a Terrifying Tale of the Occult

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Warning: Major spoilers ahead. You have been warned. Paco Plaza’s horror film “Veronica” recounts the paranormal events in Madrid, Spain in 1991, similar to the incidents portrayed in The Conjuring films. It is nominated for seven Goya Awards, including Best Film, Best New Actress, and Best Director. The film begins on 12 June 1991, the […]

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Marvel Studios’ Black Panther: A Superhero Story With a Relevant Mission

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This review contains some mild spoilers. You have been warned. The first scenes of Marvel Studios’ Black Panther clearly indicate what this film intends to do: one, tell the story of Black Panther, and two, address the issues African-Americans and Africans are still facing today. Black Panther is a one-of-a-kind superhero movie that beautifully tells the […]

Netflix’s “Bright”: Bright in Many Parts but Dim in Some Others

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Will Smith, who has appeared in numerous sci-fi and fantasy action flicks (Independence Day, I Am Legend, Men in Black, After Earth, Suicide Squad) is back in Netflix’s flick Bright. In the film, he plays a human LAPD police officer named Daryl Ward on a mission to protect a magical weapon from corrupt and evil […]