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Review + Super Soundtrack: ‘Joe Bell’ (dir. Reinaldo Marcus Green)

While it has a heartfelt message that tries really hard, that message falls flat. Combining elements of a road trip movie with a coming of age and an LGBTQ drama, it all starts to feel like a little much when you toss it all in the salad at once. Everyone’s heart was in the right place here.

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Review + Super Soundtrack: ‘Old’ (dir. M. Night Shyamalan)

We all saw the commercial that premiered during the Super Bowl earlier this year (even though that already feels like years ago). With a phenomenal cast along with an instantly interesting premise, people (myself included) were excited to see what M. Night Shyamalan had up his sleeve for us this time.

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Review + Super Soundtrack: ‘The Last Letter From Your Lover’ on Netflix (dir. Augustine Frizzell)

The Last Letter From Your Lover premieres today on Netflix, and its great cast combined with a well thought out soundtrack form a nice film. While it is familiar, there are charming moments in this sappy romance.

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Review + Super Soundtrack: “Ted Lasso” on Apple TV+

Ted Lasso, one of the best shows on TV (or on streaming) is officially back for its second season on Apple TV+! Just like the last time we spent some time with these characters, your dopamine level will be through the roof in no time.

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North Bend Film Festival 2021 Movie Review: ‘Ninjababy’ (dir. Yngvild Sve Flikke)

The comedic timing in this couldn’t be better. The balance is struck perfectly with the dramatic nature of the story supported by its realistic humor. It such a tender and direct story that gets right to the point.

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TV Docuseries Review: “McCartney 3,2,1” on Hulu

Watching this feels as if we are sitting in on a conversation that we’re not supposed to be hearing, giving its audience a real fly-on-the-wall experience. It reflects on Paul’s career with The Beatles, as a solo artist, and how all of the songs came to be.