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You’ll be ‘Over the Moon’ for this original Netflix film

Although the Mid-Autumn festival is well behind us now, “Over the Moon” is still a perfect movie to watch for people who want a heartwarming family story. When paired with the fun and bright animation… Read More...

Return of ‘The Mandalorian:’ now with dragons, spiders and more Baby Yoda and Dad Djarin content

After months of anticipation, the long-awaited second season of “The Mandalorian” hit Disney+ on Oct. 30. Viewers will remember that the first season of “The Mandalorian” left off with Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal) being tasked… Read More...

‘Yes, God, Yes’ is less than satisfying

“Yes, God, Yes” as a premise sounds interesting: a story of a young Catholic teenage girl who is only just coming to terms with her own sexual desires. Labeled as a dark comedy, the reasonable… Read More...

Hoot Recommends: Halloween edition

“Halloween” The 1978 spooky classic Halloween is perfect if you are looking for a nostalgic 70s movie about a rogue psychiatric patient turned stabbing murderer. Although the violence definitely appears toned down to modern day… Read More...

‘Great British Bake Off’ is back for a not-so-sweet season

Many shows and movies have halted or pushed off production during the coronavirus pandemic, but not the beloved “The Great British Bake Off.” A whole new season was filmed this past summer. Producers of the… Read More...

Emily in Paris: the cliche of all cliches

Every now and then, people need a series to take their minds off the unpleasantries of the world. “Emily in Paris,” released on Netflix on Oct. 2, certainly delivers on that brand. With a colorful… Read More...

The future is up to Enola Holmes: meet the youngest and boldest Holmes sibling

One shouldn’t be surprised that “Enola Holmes” is now Netflix’s most watched movie: the film is charming, refreshing and stars a powerhouse cast. Enola Holmes, the youngest and only sister of the famous Mycroft (Sam… Read More...

‘The Devil All the Time:’ dangerous, dark and downright depressing

“The Devil All the Time” (dir. Antonio Campos) is a great movie about terrible people. In this adaptation of the Donald Ray Pollock book of the same title, the audience witnesses the chronicles of the… Read More...

Netflix K-Drama sure to ‘Crash Land’ into your heart

The Korean drama “Crash Landing On You” has become one of the most binge-worthy series in the midst of the pandemic and quarantine. Even without the pandemic, however, “Crash Landing On You” captivates its audience… Read More...

‘folklore:’ fantastical little tales of love and loss

Taylor Swift’s “folklore” feels like that rare beam of sunlight that you quietly appreciate in the midst of a brewing thunderstorm—a story told in a small bedroom with the curtains drawn to keep out the… Read More...
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