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Singleton Squatters (Series Review: “Crashing”)

What happens when a group of disparate and over-sexed Brits share an unorthodox communal living space while navigating the treacherous waters of Romance? From the creator/star of Fleabag, this is Crashing. Continue Reading →


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Girlfriend or Guardian? (Series Review: “Quicksand”)

In the aftermath of a school shooting, a well-liked Swedish girl is tried for murder. . . A riveting series about a disturbing relationship marked by conflicted loyalties. Continue Reading →


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Not Without My Husband (Series Review: “The Widow”)

A grief stricken woman journeys into the Congo’s violent and corrupt underworld to get some answers on her missing husband, who was pronounced dead three years earlier. She’s not buying it. Continue Reading →


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My Best Friend/My Self (Series Review: “My Brilliant Friend”)

The story of two young girls growing up in a violent and impoverished post-war Neapolitan neighborhood in the 1950s . . . A masterful film adaptation of a literary masterpiece. Continue Reading →


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Mommie Dearest Must Die (Series Review: “Ordeal by Innocence”)

For anyone who thinks they’ve got the most dysfunctional family on the planet, here’s an Agatha Christie murder mystery that will send you shrieking to therapy. Welcome home! Continue Reading →


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Not in Our Town (Series Review: “Broadchurch, Season 1”)

A captivating portrait of a sleepy British town whose close-knit neighbors are devastated when a nice boy from a good family shows up dead, and soon old friends are scrutinized as possible murderers. Continue Reading →


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The Myth of Keeping Your Children Safe (Series Review: “Safe”)

A suspenseful 8-episode British thriller about a bereaved widower whose teenage daughter goes missing. Suddenly everyone’s a suspect in his upscale gated community where no one’s who they seem to be. Continue Reading →