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‘Enola Holmes’: Netflix produces a film that breaks the fourth wall and further shows the power of women

‘Enola Holmes’: Netflix produces a film that breaks the fourth wall and further shows the power of women

(Photo courtesy of IMDb) Kyra Barry Connector Staff The tale of Sherlock Holmes has endured never-ending popularity in recent years. The story has been retold through books, television shows and films. Netflix’s newest film in the franchise, “Enola Holmes,” is based on a book series by Nancy Springer. It takes a new approach on Conan

Netflix’s ‘Sing On!’ takes the stage with glitz and glamour

(Photo courtesy of What’s New on Netflix) Brian Ho Connector Contributor Those who need to listen to some good music while also sitting back and enjoying the thrills of a game show will look forward to “Sing On!” A brand-new offering on Netflix, “Sing On!” brings in talented singers competing against each other for a

How Netflix, ‘House of Cards’, ‘Trolls 2’, and the $30 cost of renting ‘Mulan’ are related

(Photo courtesy of Freestocks)  Kyra Barry Connector Staff Video on Demand (VOD), the early version of streaming services, has a long and fascinating technological history, popularized by the idea of content that one could watch outside of a broadcast schedule. Before its advent, it was not thought possible that videos could be transferred over the

Netflix’s “Umbrella Academy” leaves viewers crossing their fingers for season three

(Photo courtesy of Netflix)  Cassandra Milnes Connector Editor  “The Umbrella Academy” is loosely based on a collection of graphic novels and comics that were written and created by My Chemical Romance lead singer, Gerard Way. The show received an 82% rating from Rotten Tomatoes, an eight out of ten from IMDb, and a four out

“The End of the F***ing World” season 2: The gripping new season lives up to its predecessor

“The End of the F***ing World” is based on a comic book of the same name published in 2014. (Photo courtesy of Netflix) Kaliisha Cole Connector Staff Directed by Jonathan Entwistle and Lucy Tcherniak, The End of the F***ing World continues for another season after its successful debut in 2017 on Netflix. For those who

“The King”: a captivating medieval gem

“The King” had a brief, limited theatrical release before coming to Netflix. (Photo courtesy of Netflix) Kaliisha Cole Connector Staff From director David Michod comes a Shakespearean retelling of Henry V in early 15th century England. Netflix has with another wonderfully adapted movie starring Timothee Chalamet as the young King Henry V and Robert Pattinson

“Big Mouth” stays uncomfortable, becomes familiar

“Big Mouth” season 3 dropped on October 4. (Photo courtesy of Netflix) Robert Saquet Connector Contributor Much like a freshly grown pimple on the surface of the oily skin of a young adult, Netflix’s “Big Mouth” returns to the public eye with a third season filled with crude jokes, sexually suggestive situations and everything in

Netflix’s “Criminal” is a creative, confusing mess

Each part of “Criminal” follows a different cast in a different location in a different language. (Photo courtesy of Netflix) Vanessa Bazile Connector Contributor On Sept. 20, 2019, Netflix released a new show entitled “Criminal.” There are four variations of the show in which they are split into four European countries: United Kingdom, Spain, Germany

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