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  • Review: Netflix’s “Money Heist” Season 1

    Money Heist, also known as La Casa De Papel (House of Paper), is another Netflix series that takes an overused plot and spins a unique story from its common thread. A genius, named Professor, contracts eight people with nothing to lose and enfolds them into a plan to occupy the Royal Mint of Spain, kidnap […]

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  • Review: Netflix’s “Seven Seconds” Episodes 6-10

    Netflix’s Seven Seconds creates a narrative that refocuses the perspective on police brutality and the dehumanization of black bodies. This pivotal show perfectly captures how events transpire after a black child is killed by a police officer. First, everyone is focused on the child’s death and the child’s family in their beginning stages of grief […]

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  • Review: NBC’s “Rise”

    Nothing in popular culture has had as big an impact on my life as Glee, which first premiered at the start of my freshman year of high school. Because of how invested I was in Glee during my four years of high school (way too much but that’s a post for a different day), I […]

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  • Review: Netflix’s “Seven Seconds” Episodes 1-5

    Netflix’s original series, Seven Seconds, is a gem in the stream of original content they’ve been releasing lately. The show depicts the story of a hit-and-run in Jersey City that leaves Brenton Butler, a 15-year-old African-American child, near death, his family in pieces trying to find the culprit, and white police officer Jablonski (Beau Knapp), […]

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