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I recently watched the Netflix documentary “Scout’s Honor: The Secret Files of the Boy Scouts in America,” which is part of a series where survivors share their harrowing stories. Directed by Brian Knappenberger, who has an impressive portfolio of documentaries and series on Netflix like “Web of Make Believe” and “The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez,” …

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Imagine blending the fairytale charm from years past with the edge-of-your-seat intrigue of modern whodunits. That’s what “Once Upon a Crime,” now available on Netflix, sets out to do. It’s a Japanese cinematic experience that playfully ponders: What if Little Red Riding Hood stepped into the detective shoes instead of someone like Hercule Poirot? Sounds …

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Wes Anderson has graced us with his second enchanting film of the year, following the delightful “Asteroid City.” This time around, he adapts a tale from Roald Dahl, the same writer who brought us “The Fantastic Mr. Fox,” which previously inspired Anderson’s venture into the realm of stop-motion. Although “Fox” was somewhat aimed at younger …

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In his directorial debut, Fares Fares, a Swedish-Lebanese actor known for roles in “Rogue One” and “Zero Dark Thirty,” brings us the gripping thriller “A Day and a Half,” now available on Netflix. This tense drama, which Fares also co-authored, draws inspiration from real events he discovered over ten years ago. In the film, Fares …

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The Dutch cinematic landscape was graced with a fascinating new addition when “Happy Ending” made its debut on Netflix this past September 1st. This engaging film explores the nuanced dynamics of romantic partnerships, particularly honing in on Luna and Mink as they mark their first anniversary. The plot thickens dramatically when Luna’s charade of feigned …

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In 2018, “Black Mirror: Bandersnatch” broke new ground on Netflix by introducing a choose-your-own-adventure style to movie-watching. Audiences could use their remote to navigate through various plot routes, making key decisions at critical moments. These choices led to different endings—some concluding the story and others sending viewers back to make a different decision. This interactive …

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During a stretch in the late 2000s, “the Swamp,” the University of Florida Gators’ stadium, was arguably the most daunting place for any college football team to play. With Urban Meyer at the helm, the Gators clinched two national championships and boasted a lineup brimming with players destined for the NFL. The new four-part series …

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Gal Gadot steps into the world of espionage in Tom Harper’s “Heart of Stone,” which aims to be the beginning of a spy series akin to “Mission: Impossible” or James Bond. However, the movie feels like an attempt to engineer virality, piecing together elements from superior films without injecting any fresh ideas. It’s filled with …

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Movies often mirror our realities, and it’s no surprise that tales of world-ending catastrophes are a staple on our screens. “Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead,” which you can now catch on Netflix, offers a quirky take on the genre. It suggests that perhaps the end of the world isn’t the worst thing. The …

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