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This is it.
The Targaryens are coming.Missed all the drama, sex, gore, and violence of Game of Thrones? Well, you only have to wait a year because HBO has given its Game of Thrones prequel House of the Dragon a release date: 2022. Now, that’s ...
 
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And DiCaprio as Coach Roach?
First Freddie Mercury, now… Manny Pacquiao? In our dreams.After weeks of speculation, Oscar winning actor Rami Malek has confirmed that he will not be portraying famed boxer and controversial politician Manny Pacquiao.Malek’s name was floated along with Leonardo DiCaprio’s in a supposed ...
 
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It's looking to be a busy year for Korean content on Netflix.
Good news for South Korean TV shows and movie fans: more content on Netflix is coming your way. Netflix is pretty committed to the whole thing. According to reports, the company has spent $700 million since 2015 to bring Kingdom, The King: ...
 
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Sorry Westworld, but there's a new contender for most distracting instrumental pop soundtrack.
It's one of Bridgerton's first balls—maybe even the first one, since you can and will lose track of how many you'll watch over the course of Bridgerton—of the courting season. Daphne pulls up in a carriage like Cinderella, bright and wide-eyed. Bless Julie Andrews, Lady ...
 
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But, it's still not enough.
We're finally seeing the effects of the call for more female directors. In fact, more women fimmakers directed big movies in 2020 than ever. A new study by the Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film at San Diego State ...
 
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This four-episode miniseries applies laws of life on Earth to how extraterrestrial life could look. 
No matter where you are in the universe, physics dictates there is only one way to fly efficiently, one way to swim efficiently, and one way to walk efficiently, and that is how science should imagine how alien life could look based ...
 
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It broke records, too.
2020 was a record-breaking year for a lot of things. Mostly bad. Climate change, pandemic-highs, and more... you get the point. On the weird side of things, however, we have a new torrent record.According to TorrentFreak, which tallies the most torrented shows ...
 
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Here's everything we know about the project so far.
If you loved the unexpected global phenomenon that was The Queen’s Gambit, then you most likely have it bad for Anya Taylor-Joy by now. Honestly, we can totally relate, and while Netflix’s limited series was a triumph, we simply need more of Anya beyond the show’s ...
 
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These are the TV shows that shaped (and are shaping) the way we laugh today.
There are a thousand and one ways to break down the anatomy of a great comedy series. Sure, it has to make you laugh, but that’s just the bare minimum. Does it render an amused chuckle, or does it produce a gut-busting, ...
 
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2020 was a banner year for smart, funny television shows, but 2021 is shaping up to be even better
Were it not for the TV, in all honesty, we’d have probably given up on everything this year.While it’s possible to track the exact point in the year by the current TV obsession (when things got bad: Normal People; when things got truly ...
 
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Celebrate from the comfort of your couch.
The spirit of reflection and resolution is a popular theme when it comes to a lot of Hollywood blockbusters. So it’s no surprise that a holiday marked by such sentiments has been featured in so many films. Perhaps your resolution this New ...
 
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The actor/director and his cast give us the lowdown on the Netflix space epic.
The problem with George Clooney growing a Father Christmas beard is that it’s hard to take your eyes off it, which means you might not give The Midnight Sky’s story the attention it deserves. We’re talking about a mightily impressive feat of facial ...
 
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'Fan siya dito, hindi artista.'
In case you've been living under a rock, Fan Girl, starring Charlie Dizon and Paulo Avelino, won big at the 2020 Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) Gabi ng Parangal last Sunday, December 27, where it swept the major awards including Best Picture, ...
 
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The further science fiction goes from planet earth the more it relies on human connection to give the universe meaning
This article contains spoilers for The Midnight SkyIn The Midnight Sky, the new Netflix film starring and directed by George Clooney, life on a post-apocalyptic planet looks every bit as miserable as life on a planet weathering a pandemic. Clooney plays Augustine Lofthouse, a scientist ...
 
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Here's what those final moments mean for the future of the DC franchise.
Wonder Woman 1984 may be far from perfect, but at least we get to see a montage of Chris Pine trying on some delicious '80s fits. What's there to complain about?Perhaps the most satisfying moment of the film comes in the post-credit scene. ...
 
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It's kind of poetic, really.
Irreverent, mocking, and, at times, infuriating, Netflix’s mockumentary Death to 2020 is a botched attempt at joking about this hellish year. But one can’t help but think if that was intentional, a bid for art to reflect reality. Because as we all know, ...
 
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It's a long holiday. Time to start binging.
We don’t know why, but South Koreans are masters of disaster films. As if 2020 wasn’t a disaster on its own, we’ve gathered the best disaster movies to binge during this long holiday. Disaster: ZombiesDisaster: PandemicDisaster: TsunamiDisaster: ZombiesDisaster: ZombiesDisaster: Volcanic eruptionDisaster: Tunnel collapseDisaster: ...
 
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War is hell. Watching movies is easy. Opt for the latter
With a war movie, you know exactly what you’re getting. Suffering, cruelty, sadness, heroism and ethical dilemmas aplenty. Band of Brothers (2001) — even though it’s not a movie but a 10-part series from Tom Hanks set during World War II — is perhaps ...
 
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The earth-meets-space epic seems to feature a sad Santa, a global catastrophe, and a bunch of people in a support bubble.
Ah, Christmas. A time for family get-togethers, the exchange of gifts, much merriment and bonhomie.Oh, no, sorry. That's last year's script, let's try again.Ah, Christmas. A time for stilted Zoom calls, gifts exchanged via zero-hour-contracted delivery drivers, and an overriding sense of ...
 
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Because we need some Christmas cheer in 2020.
Frankly, we’re tired of sad and tragic endings. We’re craving something inspirational to remind ourselves that everything that happened in 2020 was a phase, not the future. With that, we’ve gathered 10 brilliant movies based on true stories. And spoiler alert: They ...
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