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A Series Of Unfortunate Events. Season 1 Review.

By: Johnny Big Fudge Marcondes

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Opening with the three young siblings, the Baudelaire children are seen venturing out to the beach on a cloudy day. 1,671 more words

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A Series of Unfortunate Events- Review

Lemony Snicket’s beloved book series got its second chance at an adaptation which is brought to life by Netflix and Barry Sonnenfeld best known for directing the Men In Black and Addams Family film series. 515 more words

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Watch a Behind-the-Scenes Featurette For Netflix's 'A SERIES OF UNFORTUNATE EVENTS'

Check out this new featurette that Netflix has released for Lemony Snicket’s A SERIES OF UNFORTUNATE EVENTS, which gives a behind-the-scenes look at the sets, make-up and direction of the adaption! 157 more words

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He Says, She Says: A Series of Unfortunate Events | The Bad Beginning

On this momentous first edition of “He Says, She Says”–which is, in short, our way of doing a joint reflection on the things we watch, we will be discussing Netflix’s… 1,415 more words

A Series Of Unfortunate Events

A Series of Unfortunate Events

DISCLAIMER: Minor Spoilers Below

Over 12 years ago, Jim Carey stared in the A Series of Unfortunate Eventsmovie. Based on the children’s novels by Daniel Handler, under the pseudonym Lemony Snicket, the first three novels —  576 more words

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A Series of Unfortunate Events

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First TV series to be released by Netflix this year, “A Series Of Unfortunate Events” is based upon a fiction book for children written by Daniel Handler.

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A Series of Unfortunate Events - Series Review

In 1999, an author named Lemony Snicket began publishing the tale of the Baudelaire Siblings, a trio of children who led a very unlucky life. The stories were collected under the title A Series of Unfortunate Events, and received great fame and popularity around the world and even had a film made comprising the first three tomes (though we probably shouldn’t mention that here.) 489 more words

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