Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga – Netflix Film Review

Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga

I have been excited for the release of Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga ever since it was announced. I just thought it was such a fantastic idea, one ripe with comedic potential, given the ridiculous and utterly camp nature of the contest itself. Sadly, the movie isn’t quite as funny as I was expecting.

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Feel the Beat: Netflix Film Review

Feel the Beat

I love a dance movie. Always have, always will. I’ve seen Step Up 2: The Streets so many times. I also love a competition movie such as Pitch Perfect and Bring It On, which I both adore. Feel the Beat combines the two so it’s safe to say I enjoyed it very much.

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The Lovebirds: Netflix Film Review

The Lovebirds

The Lovebirds was originally supposed to be released in cinemas in April, but after they closed due to the coronavirus, Paramount Pictures sold the rights to Netflix, which should have been the home for this formulaic comedy all along.

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Dead to Me should only be renewed for one more season

Dead to Me Season 2

As much as I love Dead to Me, I think Netflix should call it a day after a third season so it goes out on a high.

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The Half of It: Netflix Film Review

The Half of It

If you need a film to get you out of the self-isolation slump, I recommend The Half of It, a lovely teen coming-of-age comedy that is sure to warm your heart and put a smile on your face.

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Extraction: Netflix Film Review

Extraction

Avengers: Endgame stunt coordinator Sam Hargrave makes his directorial debut with Extraction, which was written by Avengers: Endgame co-director Joe Russo, so it makes no surprise that they turned to one of the Avengers – Chris Hemsworth – to star in their intense action movie.

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Tigertail: Netflix Film Review

Tigertail

Alan Yang, who is best known for writing, producing and directing episodes of Parks and Recreation and Master of None, makes his feature directorial debut with Tigertail. If you’re expecting him to stick to his comedy roots, you’d be mistaken – Tigertail is a beautiful and sad multi-generational drama.

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Miss Americana: Film Review

I am a huge Taylor Swift fan – I have been to three of her tours (her concerts were so amazing), I know her past three albums very well and I care about what she has to say, so naturally, I had to check out Miss Americana on the day it was released on Netflix.

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Earthquake Bird: Film Review

I’ll watch anything starring Alicia Vikander so I felt positive about Earthquake Bird but I have to sadly report it was a big disappointment.

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The King: Film Review

I love Timothee Chalamet so I decided to check out The King even though the subject isn’t really my cup of tea, and while he is as amazing as ever, the film is long and largely quite dull.

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