Paradise PD is one of the most bizzare animated Netflix Originals to have come out in recent years. Here’s our review of the first season.
The Invisible Man follows Cecilia who runs away from her abusive partner who later kills himself. Although, she suspects he is still alive.
Thappad, starring Taapsee Pannu, directed by Anubhav Sinha, is a bold film that slaps patriarchal mindset and upbringing that Indian wives are forced upon.
Paul is about two geeks who come across an alcoholic, chain-smoking alien. With the government hunting them down, they must get Paul home safe and sound.
Game Night is about Max and Annie, a competitive couple who attend a murder mystery night. However, the game is intercepted by real criminals.
Batman and Robin is a quintessential example of a movie so bad it’s good. Here’s our review of the film that killed the Bat, but we don’t regret it.
Your Name, tells the story of Mitsuha, a high school village girl, and Taki, a high school city boy, who inexplicably begin to swap bodies.
DC strikes back with Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn), a film which while being crazy, is also gleefully fun.
1917 opens with no grandeur, no spectacle, but a dreamy view of a vast meadow; of the landscapes of northern France where the British are stationed during the First World War. The camera pans down with little gusto, almost as an after-thought, upon the silhouettes
Netflix has flawlessly executed The Witcher as a great entry in the high-fantasy genre for streaming television. Read our review of season 1 here.