Here is a look at the movies we will be covering this week, time permitting:
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Netflix is not well known for its quality movies, in fact its model of quantity over quality has created a lot of subpar content throughout the years, but it seems that they plan to end off 2018 with a bang. After the release of To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, The Kindergarten Teacher and Hold The Dark, Netflix seems to have found its stride. That is without mentioning the buzz surrounding their other end-of-year releases Outlaw King and Roma, a Best Oscar frontrunner. With news that the Coen Brothers have jumped ship to the world of online media, could Netflix be changing the industry for the better?
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Before Ralph Breaks the Internet, let’s talk about the film that started it all.
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The breakout role that introduced audiences to a new enduring star: Paul Newman.
Continue reading “Classic Review: Somebody Up There Likes Me (1956)”