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I rarely say this, but Guava Island is a must watch. The Hiro Murai directed film runs off a very similar style and tone to the hit Atlanta. After having debuted at Coachella, this Childish Gambino production at times feels like one of his music videos stretched over an hour. Donald Glover has a quirky style, which is fun to watch and this short film is definitely a treat for the eyes. This film is on Amazon Prime, which doesn't have the same range of quality of Netflix, but maybe this will be where their content starts to get more hype.
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So yesterday Netflix released a new rom-com The Perfect Date, and it did just enough to stop my growing rom-com crave. Now whereas this film isn't perfect, and it doesn't live up to the classics in the genre such as Notting Hill or When Harry Met Sally, it is enjoyable and a pretty standard movie. Even in its short run time, the film tries to push the genre and has a more contemporary feel. This is a film for teenage girls, and honestly, it doesn't apologise for it.
Read more at http://articufilm.blogspot.com/2019/04/the-perfect-date-review.html