TV Review: “Love, Death, & Robots”

If any Black Mirror fans have been disappointed at the absence of a sixth season this year, let me introduce you to Love, Death & Robots. This Netflix series just released its first season last year, there are a total of 18 episodes. Each episode is a different short story that encompasses various genres such as science fiction, dystopian realities, horror, comedy, and more…

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Watch “The Queen’s Gambit”!

I haven’t been able to stop talking about “The Queen’s Gambit”. It takes place in the 1960s and depicts a chess prodigy named Beth Harmon. Coming from very little, the main character is able to climb her way up and do something no woman has been able to do before, especially during this time period. The setting, plot, cinematic style, and way the story is told truly hooks the audience and inspires them…

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TV Review: A Teacher

From the start, I could tell this would be a show of interest. The show takes a rather naughty idea of a teacher sleeping with one of their students and exemplifies it. Now this is a concept that is considered taboo and frankly, illegal, which makes it all the more interesting. I understand this is not everyone’s cup of tea, and it wasn’t something I was entirely sold on during the first episode, but I felt myself being roped into this story…

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“Gifted”: A Heartwarming Tale

Recently I had the pleasure of watching the movie Gifted, which weaves the tale of a girl whose mother was a mathematical genius. This gene was passed down to her daughter, and after her suicide, her daughter was left in the care of her uncle. The viewer follows the lives of both the little girl and her uncle through the discovery that the little girl is a mathematical prodigy. Through an intense amount of emotion and detailed personal storytelling, Gifted is to portray family in a whole new and heartwarming light that allows the audience to fully experience what it is truly like to love and be loved…

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TV Review: The 100

Unlike many TV shows geared toward the teenage population, the 100 focuses on sacrifice and family. It takes place in the future, and focuses on 100 teenagers sent to the ground from space to see if Earth is habitable since a radiation wave killed the entire population on the ground. However, once the 100 get to the ground, they realize that there are survivors on Earth…

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