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New year, fresh start, and the same movie list we never got around to watching. Even though we’re still catching up on the best films of 2022, Hollywood is already gearing up for 2023. Luckily, Netflix is taking it easy in January 2023, only dropping five original movies. There’s something for everyone, including a new …

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Some movies endure the ages, but some simply vanish. Whether they vanish slowly over time or quickly after they hit the screens, these films have quietly become part of the forgotten movies club. The mystery of “Finder’s Fee” is quite puzzling. Even though it boasts a cast with big names, it remains an undiscovered treasure. …

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Skydance has put the brakes on Matthew McConaughey’s upcoming film like a referee showing a red card. They’ve decided to pull the plug on Matthew McConaughey Soccer Movie “Dallas Sting,” the movie where McConaughey was set to star as a women’s soccer coach. The surprising twist happened just six weeks before they were about to …

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Siddharth Roy Kapur’s production company, Roy Kapur Films, has joined forces with the acclaimed filmmaker Nagraj Manjule for an exciting new series, tentatively titled ‘Matka King.’ In a bold move, the production house is gearing up to craft a riveting narrative centered around “matka,” a popular form of betting in India. This upcoming venture is …

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Lately, lots of people have been talking on social media about Netflix maybe taking off Christian movies from its streaming service. This has worried many folks who are part of Christian groups, so much so that the monthly search volume for Why is Netflix Removing Christian Movies on Google surpassed 12000. But after looking into …

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Think Netflix teen movies are all sunshine and first loves like in “The Kissing Booth” or “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before”? Think again! Netflix has unleashed “Re/Member,” a chilling horror tale where Japanese high schoolers are stuck repeating the same day in a sinister time loop. Imagine trying to bond with your classmates …

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