Recently there seem to be two kinds of trailers. The ones that show the entire plot in a two-minute supercut and the ones who create a completely wrong impression of what a movie might be in the viewer. Mute belongs to the ladder, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Mute is the passion project […]
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February is a big month for genre fans on Netflix. Just last Monday the streaming service released, to everyone’s surprise, the latest installment of the Cloverfield franchise and on February, 23rd Duncan Jones’ Mute and Alexander Garland’s Annihilation will get their release. But not only sci-fi fans will come to enjoy some of the good […]
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The movies that are the most disappointing are the movies you had the greatest expectations for. So, when I woke up yesterday morning and saw the news that Netflix had surprisingly dropped the latest installment of the Cloverfield franchise, I was hyped. The whole day during school I couldn’t stop thinking about what this movie […]
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The new Netflix Original movie Bright is the streaming giant’s attempt to make a successful film with a big budget. And you can definitely see the 90,000,000$ in the movie, but it has a lot of flaws that can’t be fixed just by throwing money at it. So why isn’t it more than just enjoyable?
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