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‘Cobra Kai’ season finale review: ‘No Mercy’

COBRA KAI Season 2, Episode 10 “No Mercy” Available on YouTube Premium GRADE: A- “Almost perfect Kung-Fu film that forgets …

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Weekend Movie Brawl: The Unofficial “Steve Jobs Trilogy”

Hello and Happy Friday, everyone! This will be a new feature on the site and will be an in-depth look …

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‘Jessica Jones’ Season 3 Review: A Farewell to Fondness

Jessica Jones as she drinks with new love interest: Erik

The final season of ‘Jessica Jones’ says goodbye to its titular hero, along with the rest of the Marvel Netflix …

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‘Cobra Kai’ review: ‘Pulpo’

COBRA KAI Season 2, Episode 9 “Pulpo” Available on YouTube Premium GRADE: A- We’re at the penultimate episode of YouTube’s …

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‘Men in Black: International’ Review: Mindless Fun

Men in Black International agents M (Thompson) and H (Hemsworth)

Men in Black: International is a sheer popcorn movie experience, with little substance outside the strength of its cast and …

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‘Good Omens’ Recap and Podcast: A Lovely Finale

Good Omens, Aziraphale and Crowley.

Good Omens has been nothing but good-hearted fun. The show, a surprising love story about two oddball best friends: an …

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‘Cobra Kai’ review: ‘Glory of Love’

COBRA KAI Season 2, Episode 8 “Glory of Love” Available on YouTube Premium GRADE: C If last week was “Lull”, …

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‘Rocketman’ Review: It’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Part 2

Rocketman Review, Rocketman, Elton John

Following the extravagant yet guilt-ridden personal life of Sir Elton John, 'Rocketman' is going to get a lot of comparisons to 'Bohemian Rhapsody' come next Oscar season. As the movies are quite identical. Both featuring an extravagant British rockstar — who were closeted homosexuals at different points in their lives — and a cast of distinct and loving supporting characters, who all seek to help their best friend recover from isolation and addiction in the 70s, to rise to the level of greatness that we the audience, know they'll eventually achieve — given the infamous reputation that precedes them.

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The Final Fantasy VII Remake is Real and It Looks Amazing!

Final Fantasy VII Remake

Final Fantasy VII Remake will reimagine the original game by "diving deeper into the world and its characters." The first part of the multi-part remake will be set in Midgar and will present a fully standalone gaming experience.

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E3 2019: ‘Code Vein’ Receives September Release Date

Code Vein

Bandai Namco has announced Code Vein will release in September 2019.

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Microsoft Announces the Final Xbox and Xbox 360 Games for Backwards Compatibility

Microsoft announces the final wave of games for Xbox Backward Compatibility

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E3 2019: ‘The Surge 2’ Cinematic Trailer

The Surge 2

In 'The Surge 2' players will fight ferocious threats in brutal, unforgiving combat, slashing and tearing the limbs off their opponents to steal valuable equipment that will make them stronger - strong enough to face the most fearsome, imposing foes lurking in the city.

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