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How to notice red hot garbage in a star-studded Netflix hit that misses entirely

How to notice red hot garbage in a star-studded Netflix hit that misses entirely

(Photo courtesy of Flynn Picture Company) “Red Notice” was released for Netflix on Nov. 5, 2021. Harrison Lee Connector Editor What do you get when you put Wonder Woman, Deadpool and The Rock in the same movie? The result is, unfortunately, a red-hot mess of embarrassment. But, with great star power comes great attention, and

The breaking “Twilight” of new movies that now eclipse Netflix’s collection of film

(Photo Courtesy of Summit Entertainment) Ciara Lanman Connector Contributor In November 2008, the “Twilight” film franchise took the world by storm. In 2021, the franchise still has the same effect. The “Twilight” saga was adapted from the 2005-2008 book series written by Stephanie Meyer. The four-book series was then developed into five films by splitting

Fans seduced for season four of “Sex Education”

(Photo Courtesy of Netflix) Jessica Daniliuk Connector Contributor Netflix has done it again. The platform released the third season of one of their hit shows, “Sex Education”. The series received a 96 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes and an 8.3 out of 10 on IMDb. Fans are making it very clear just how much they

‘Moxie’: Bringing female power and fierceness from the page to the big screen

(Photo Courtesy of Netflix) Amy Poehler directs, produces, and acts in this adaption of this 2015 Young Adult novel written by Jennifer Mathieu. Kaliisha Cole Connector Editor The Netflix film, “Moxie”, directed by Amy Poehler was released on March 3, 2021. This feminist film was originally written and published as a book by Jennifer Mathieu

Netflix’s Bridgerton: The binge-worthy, most-talked about period drama of the season

(Photo Courtesy of Netflix) Bridgerton is now Netflix’s most-watched series.  Kaliisha Cole Connector Editor Trigger Warnings: Rape, suggested rape, sexual assault, sexual abuse Within the past month, “Bridgerton” has topped the charts as one of Netflix’s most watched shows. The show is an adaptation of the adult romance book series by Julia Quinn and follows

‘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