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'Who is America?' proves that Sacha Baron Cohen's talent, spontaneity and gift for awkward entrapment are still as extraordinary as ever.
Gripping psychological horror with plenty of Stephen King easter eggs to keep fans busy. The show grows in sophistication and scope over its ten-episode first season, becoming impressively more than it initially seemed it would be. The standout episode is 'The Queen', which could hold its own against any hour of television you put against it. The cast is excellent and well-chosen. If I had to single out three: Andre Holland has effortless presence and could really be a big star, Sissy Spacek is a legend, and Bill Skarsgard proves again that he's just got the...IT factor when it comes to a certain kind of role.
If there was ever a testament to the knife's edge that our species stands on, this is it. It would seem that a few good men and thankfully more than a few doses of good fortune have kept humanity from near extinction - but how long will our luck last?
A strong follow-up to Sacred Games that makes Netflix two-for-two in India. Both the setting of the story and the nature of the horror are unusual for mainstream Indian content, which gives 'Ghoul' a most welcome feeling of unfamiliarity.
A review of this movie is a hell of a tough job, because after all, did the reader watch the same movie as you? Bandersnatch is an exciting innovation in content, although I'm not sure if the multiple pathways in the film differ all that significantly.
A fantaSTIC debut for Netflix in India. Beautifully plotted and paced, sacred games is a terrific crime thriller. I can't wait for season 2.
Stellar courtroom drama with some top performances.
A fantastic murder mystery, which, like all the best murder mysteries has so much more going for it than just murder and mystery.
A fascinating look at a cult that struck no little panic into quiet oregon in the 1980s. 'wild wild country' charts the riveting story of a conflict that could initially be interpreted as a clash of cultures, but later escalated into something quite close to small-scale civil war.
Starts out a delight, but ends up in a bit of a mess.
Do you believe that murder mysteries are never as interesting as they appear in the movies? I did too, but then I watched the brilliant documentary miniseries "The Jinx". I'm not sure I've encountered even a fictional crime story that's as gripping.
This series has just six episodes, and can be watched in less than a day. I highly recommend that you take that day. You may feel overcome with dread and incredulity as you hear this story, but the absolute stunner of a finale is more than worth it.
A couple of words of warning if you are planning to watch this: (1) The series contains a few gruesome descriptions and pictures of violent crime, so proceed with caution (2) Don't Google it in advance. The less you know about the events at the center of this documentary, the better the experience.
After a suspenseful Season 1, Season 2 continues to tighten the screws on it's audience. With every episode, you feel just a little shorter of breath.
An intriguing season laced with suspense and dark humour, anchored by a stellar cast. Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul in particular are fantastic.