Jennifer Jason Leigh

  • TV Series Atypical Season 3 Poster - Netflix

    Atypical: Season 3 – Review, Summary (with Spoilers)

    Season 3 of Atypical shows the kind of consistency most shows can’t maintain, but that isn’t without one negative thing still being done.

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    Atypical Season 3 Poster - Netflix

    Atypical: Season 3 – First Look, Trailer & Impressions

    Atypical is finally coming back, and with Sam in college, it means new challenges but also new triumphs!

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    Atypical: Season 2 – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Atypical continues to exemplify the capabilities of high functioning people with autism, while not making that the sum of the lead or show. Community Rating: 81.24% (5)

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  • Movies The title card for the movie Annihilation.

    Annihilation – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Annihilation shows why the sci-fi genre is usually combined with the thriller or comedy genre, and not with artsy indie drama. Community Rating: 49.61% (2)

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    Atypical: Season 1/ Episode 1 “Antarctica” [Series Premiere] – Summary/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Atypical can and should become a hit for Netflix. If only because it isn’t trying to be a hit and reminds you why Netflix used to be on such a pedestal. For this is a story you can’t imagine network, cable, or the premium stations offering. It is the type of program you can only imagine on Netflix. Community Rating: 89.98% (11)

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  • The Hateful Eight – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Overview I want you to imagine Agatha Christie, of And Then There Were None fame, and picture her writing a pseudo-western with a little less mystery than what she is known for, but a whole lot more violence and the use of the N-word. Pretty much, that would equate to what you get in The Hateful Eight. Trigger Warning(s): Excessive use of the N-word, and Consistent, and Aggressive, violence against a woman Community Rating: 0.00% (0) - No Community Ratings Submitted.

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  • Hateship Loveship – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Overview In this drama starring Kristen Wiig, she plays a nanny just starting a new job in which the family is plagued by tragedy and drugs. Review (with Spoilers) When it comes to comedians doing dramatic roles, especially after they peak, when it comes to their comedy, it has led to some quality roles. For whether it was Robin Williams, Eddie Murphy, Adam Sandler or Jim Carrey, arguably some of their dramatic roles are better than 90% of their comedy films. Unfortunately, though, women haven’t really found themselves transitioning as often from being a comedian to going to dramas. Monique did with Precious and Kim Wayans with Pariah, but I would argue it isn’t much a norm. Leading to the question: Does Wiig present herself as the next comedian to show dramatic chops, or maybe she should stick to making people laugh? Community Rating: 0.00% (0) - No Community Ratings…

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  • Morgan – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Overview A young semi-human being is seemingly glitching and with that comes the need to analyze if she is a failed project or not. Trigger Warning(s): Gun Violence | Blood | Flinch Worthy Violence Community Rating: 0.00% (0) - No Community Ratings Submitted.

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