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A Certain Scientific Accelerator: Season 1, Episode 1 “Accelerator (Academy City’s Mightiest Esper)” [Series...
A Certain Scientific Accelerator won’t blow you away, or seem like a must-see anime, but if you got nothing else to watch, it’s worth spending time with.
Season 3 feels like the peak for Stranger Things, and from here, it can either plateau or go downhill.
Dr. Stone is an odd comedy which sets an interesting foundation, but it’s hard to say what it’s long term potential might be.
Spiderman: Far From Home feels like a shakeup to the MCU formula for its individual movies, and creates an awesome transition film for the next MCU phase.
While it lacks the emotional oomph it should, X-Men: Dark Phoenix attempts to compensate that with quality action scenes and VFX.
Years and Years may potentially be one of the most memorable shows of the summer, if not the year.
Thanks to a slight 80s vibe, and the chemistry of the cast, Rim of the World is an entertaining feature which definitely is in tune with Netflix’s brand.
Life Like may leave you with a handful of questions, but one character named Henry brings enough intrigue to forget every moment which makes you raise an eyebrow.
See You Yesterday is one of those, “I wish this came out when I was growing up” kind of movies that represent there is true change in the entertainment industry.
In preparation for the full-length Netflix release, we checked out the See You Yesterday short available on HBO until May 1st.