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    The Chi: Season 2 – Summary, Review (with Spoilers)

    Season 2 of The Chi, despite issues caused by Jason Mitchell, retains the vibe of being a high-brow urban drama which balances both the dark and beauty of an urban area.

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    Here and Now – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Here and Now is a slow-moving drama which all builds up to one reveal, and doesn’t really dive deep into the thereafter.

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    The Hate U Give (Movie) – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)

    While, like most book adaptations, in losing some of the fat the film loses some of what made the book great, what isn’t lost is the key message The Hate U Give pushed. Securely search the internet and get a passport valid throughout the world to access the latest shows and movies, as well as the classics with NordVPN

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    Smallfoot – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)

    While Smallfoot may give some adults pause with topics dealing with questioning authority and religion, it’s message of unity kind of compensates for that. Securely search the internet and get a passport valid throughout the world to access the latest shows and movies, as well as the classics with NordVPN

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    The Tale – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Disturbing yet weirdly artsy, The Tale questions and prods the past as Jennifer Fox comes to term with a less rosey version of her history. Securely search the internet and get a passport valid throughout the world to access the latest shows and movies, as well as the classics with NordVPN

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    The Chi: Season 1 – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)

    The Chi acts as a bridge between the 80s – 00s Black Renassiance to the modern one by reviving familiar stories, continuing ones that got cut short, as well as featuring characters who were seldom seen or heard. Securely search the internet and get a passport valid throughout the world to access the latest shows and movies, as well as the classics with NordVPN

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    John Wick: Chapter 2 – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Overview/ Review (with Spoilers) John Wick is back and while the movie isn’t as lean as the first, with a bit more comedic moments and fights that will make you wince, you learn to deal with the extra fat. Securely search the internet and get a passport valid throughout the world to access the latest shows and movies, as well as the classics with NordVPN Trigger Warning(s): Movie Contains Person Slashing Their Wrists Noted Actor(s) John Wick (Keanu Reeves) | Santino D’Antonio (Riccardo Scamarcio) | Gianna D’Antonio (Claudia Gerini) | Ares (Ruby Rose) | Cassian (Common) | Bowery King (Laurence Fishburne) | Winston (Ian McShane)

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    X/Y – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Overview Securely search the internet and get a passport valid throughout the world to access the latest shows and movies, as well as the classics with NordVPN A splintered story in which the one or two interesting characters are drowned by mundane and boring stories. Director: Ryan Piers Williams Writer: Ryan Piers Williams Review (with Spoilers) – Below

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    Barbershop: The Next Cut – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Plot Overview With the Southside of Chicago becoming engulfed in constant violence, and Calvin’s son starting to slowly fall prey to local gangs, Calvin comes at the crossroad of fighting against the violence or moving away. Securely search the internet and get a passport valid throughout the world to access the latest shows and movies, as well as the classics with NordVPN Rating: TV Viewing Review Summary Feeding off the #BlackLivesMatter movement, Ice Cube and company seem to throw their own 2 cents in, share some corny jokes, and perhaps come off more preachy than anything else. Especially since the movie tries to feature a diverse cast, and slightly varied opinions, but ultimately still falls in the same potholes anyone who stands up on a soapbox does. Especially when they want to make criticisms about Black culture but ignore their own misogyny.

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