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[TV Review] Prison Break: The Liar

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Things are getting exciting, now that we have seen Michael execute the first iteration of his plan, and having it fail spectacularly. The episode ends on a desperate note for most of our characters and the viewers are left hanging on an emotional message that Michael leaves (hopefully) for Sara to see. 1,183 more words

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Prison Break Review: Who is Kaniel Outis?

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So the latest episode gave us some answers but brought on a whole new barrage of questions. We are given a very tiny peek into the mystery surrounding Kaniel Outis and how he ended up in Ogygia and the rest of our main players are slowly catching up. 1,286 more words

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Prison Break Review: A Resurrection Indeed

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It’s been approximately 8 years sinceĀ Prison Break aired its last. Obviously, when I heard that a fifth season was announced, I screamed out of my window and woke the neighbourhood (figuratively). 976 more words

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The Beauty of Complex Characters: Penny Dreadful

by T. Mack

Recently, I hit a show hole on Netflix. I decided to try one of the series Netflix had recommended for me, but that I’d left sitting on my list for weeks without bothering to touch. 985 more words

T. Mack

Iron Fist Review: Long-drawn and Confused

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It’s been slightly over a week since the series aired and after much thought, I’ve decided thatĀ it was definitely the weakest of the four Netflix character series that will go on to form the Defenders. 1,812 more words

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TV Review: IRON FIST

by T. Mack

Netflix has become a force to be reckoned with in the TV wars. The service–which isn’t technically a network but has earned the right to be treated as one–has set a standard for television programming that the regular alphabet networks often find it tough to compete with. 1,000 more words

T. Mack

The Young Pope: Season One Review

The Young Pope is grand in its ambition, impressive in scale, and richly detailed in its costumes and locations. 541 more words

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