His Dark Materials
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I think the older I get the more surprised and impressed I am when I see a good film, or hear a great album, or experience really quality art in any form. Maybe it is because with the internet the standards are lower or whatever. I'm not really sure. But I feel like in the day of never ending sequels, reboots, and really forgettable films, it is important to recognize when a really good film hits. This movie surprised me, a lot actually. I saw the trailer and was pretty neutral but my wife had seen it and recommended that we watch it. Without spoilers, yes it's a coming of age type film but the issues the main character faces are real and the movie just works. Can't recommend enough.
Lots of good scares that will make you jump. It's a sequel although it borrows just enough from the original to make it feel like a reboot, which is unnecessary in my opinion. Side note, I wish Hollywood would stop with reboots, but whatever. If you like scary movies its worth seeing at least once.
Netflix is stepping it's game up with original content! I didn't even know this was coming out until I was browsing Netflix and as soon as I saw the trailer I had to watch immediately. Pee Wee's Big Adventure was one of my favorite movies as a kid and no sequel can beat it, but this exceeded expectations. Humor isn't for everyone, but if you liked Pee Wee's Big Adventure you will like this.