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Boack Horseman Season 5 review

BoJack Horseman returns for its fifth season and much like the seasons before it does not disappoint. After BoJack finally getting a somewhat happy ending last year, we are reminded that this is still reality and that there are not always happy endings. 370 more words

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TV Review: Voice 2 (Spoilers!)

Last year, when I was slowly but surely getting back into the Kdrama game, I decided to pick up “Voice” as I thought that the perfect way for me to ease back into it would to be to go for a genre that I am fond of, and… 1,970 more words

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TV Festival Testimonial - September 21 2018

Robert Cox

Received great feedback. Having the first ten pages of my script read was extremely helpful as well.

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TV Review: Life (Spoilers!)

When it comes to particular genres, one already has certain expectations about it. However, it becomes even more exciting and refreshing when those expectations are turned on its head, and what greets you is a premise and concept that you would have never have thought of before in that particular genre. 2,245 more words

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"BoJack Horseman" Season 5: Review and Analysis

As midnight strikes, Netflix launches “BoJack Horseman’s” latest fifth season, inviting viewers to a 12-episode binge fest that’ll leave them wanting more.

The show continues with its pessimistic protagonist, BoJack Horseman, participating in the early stages of his new show “Philbert,” after he spent most of fourth season with his supposed-daughter Hollyhock Manheim-Mannheim-Guerrero-Robinson-Zilberschlag-Hsung-Fonzerelli-McQuack (Whew! 1,130 more words

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*TV SERIES REVIEW * Picnic at Hanging Rock

Picnic At Hanging Rock is an original six episode tv series by Amazon. It is based on a book by the same name. The tv series is set in the 1800’s when a women’s college took an outing  to Mount Diogenes also called the Hanging Rock.  373 more words

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TV Review: Chicago Typewriter (Spoilers!)

Anything that has a unique concept, whether it be science fiction or fantasy, is a soft spot of mine, especially as it is interesting to see how it will be executed as the show goes along. 2,274 more words

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