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Love, Netflix

At the suggestion of my husband, who watches everything under the sun, I thought I’d check out the Netflix dark comedy Love. He kept insisting I watch this show because the main character, played by Gillian Jacobs, is supposed to be a love addict a sex addict and an alcoholic. 502 more words

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Demetri Martin & Gillian Jacobs Sketch Out Collaboration In Tribeca Winner 'Dean' - Tribeca Studio

Dean, written and directed by Demetri Martin, tells the bittersweet story of a Brooklyn illustrator (Martin) coping with his mother’s recent death. Single after having dumped his fiancee, he spends most of his time drawing very dark cartoons about death, until he travels to Los Angeles for possible new work. 79 more words

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Tribeca Film Festival Review: Dean

Follow our coverage of the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival here.

Mid-aughts nostalgia has officially made its way to indie cinema. Dean, the first directorial feature from comedian… 818 more words

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Tribeca Film Festival: Demetri Martin's 'Dean,' Documentary 'Do Not Resist' Win Top Awards (FULL LIST)

Demetri Martin’s directorial debut “Dean,” Craig Atkinson’s documentary look a police culture “Do Not Resist”and Udi Aloni’s “Junction 48” earned top juried awards at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival. 512 more words

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Review - Love, Season 1

by Taylor Lunsford

With Netflix streaming becoming more and more popular, the service has begun to buy movies and television shows exclusively for their network. While they started with some more popular projects, they have branched out to begin airing smaller, passion projects for its audience to enjoy. 563 more words

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TV Binge Report: Love on Netflix

Girl meets boy. Girl and boy have a lot of issues. Girl and boy treat each other like crap for a while and dance around their feelings. 911 more words

Television

Watch This, Not That: Netflix Originals

Watch This: Love 

This Judd Apatow-produced anti-romantic comedy stars Gillian Jacobs as Mickey, a recovering addict opposite Paul Rust’s adorkable aspiring TV writer, Gus. It ably avoids meet-cute cliches and Manic Pixie Dream Girl syndrome, giving both characters a past that influences their romance and a circle of friends.  121 more words

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