The Great Pottery Throwdown   Series 1 – BBC   I’m absolute addicted. I binged the entire first series yesterday. I will likely binge the entire second series tomorrow.   This is not your typical reality-based show. This is a competition, and it’s in an area of reality shows that needs to be separated from…

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  5 Diverse TV Shows you should Watch Now!   Diversity is taking a stronger foothold in television than it has ever had before. In the past, there were “diverse” shows but in general, they were targeted at certain demographics, rather than the television viewing population as a whole. Now many shows are taking chances…

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3 percent

A chilling 1st-time partnership between Netflix and Brazil. 3% is a show shrouded in mystery and intrigue from the very second Process Leader Ezequiel (João Miguel) walks onto the screen. It is guaranteed to keep you guessing until the final second of the last episode and then continuing questioning everything you just watched. The first…

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Luke Cage Season One Review Rating: R Netflix Original Length: 13 Hour Long Episodes Synopsis(No Spoilers): After being introduced in 2015’s Jessica Jones series, Luke Cage(Mike Colter) is back as the most unflappable character in the Marvel Universe. Suave, quick-witted, and bulletproof; Luke is another reluctant hero, struggling to find a balance between helping the…

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Bojack Horseman Season 3 Review Netflix Original Series Grade: A- For a review of season 1&2, click below: http://geeksandgeeklets.com/?s=bojack Synopsis(No Spoilers): “It gets easier. You have to do it every day, but it gets easier” Bojack Horseman Season 2 ended on a note of optimism; the idea that Bojack’s transition into a better person would…

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This post does make brief and mild mentions of sexual themes, drugs and violence in films. Parental guidance is advised. The recent referendum in the UK was about whether to stay in an organisation which attempted to unite Europe. It was seen as an attempt to join together a continent ravaged by two world wars….

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Title: As You Wish: Inconceivable Tales From the Making of the Princess Bride Author: Cary Elwes Length: 245 Published: 2014 —— “Mawwage..Mwwage is what bwrings us togevah today. Mawwage, that bwessed awwangement, that dweam wifin a dream…” If this quote doesn’t put a smile on your face, this review isn’t for you. If you’re still…

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Episode six of our epic adventure ! This week started off with a weird dream involving Amberle and Wil. Yes, you guessed it I’m sure. Amberle and Wil playing on a playground that ultimately leads to a near sexual encounter that becomes a nightmare that includes the Dagda Mor. The more I think about it,…

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Jessica Jones Series Review Netflix Original Series Grade: B Synopsis (No Spoilers): Delving deeper into the Marvel Universe we’re treated to meeting the delightful (sarcasm) Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter). A cold, rude, alcoholic personal investigator, Jones spends most of her nights chasing cheating husbands around Hell’s Kitchen. Only requiring the slightest background in comic books…

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Daredevil TV Series Review Netflix Original Series Grade: A- In a world without Ben Affleck, Marvel has teamed up with Netflix to bring us a truly worthy Daredevil series. Synopsis: Charlie Cox stars as Matt Murdock, a blind lawyer by day and crime-fighter by night. Not yet the red tight wearing superhero we see in…

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This week I want to talk directly about the show more than what happened on the show. I’ve spent several weeks reading the reviews of this series and especially those of the “critics”. First off we should all stop comparing this show to The Lord of the Rings. I realize the story is similar but…

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  So here we are into week four of the series and I have to admit, I’m liking it more every week. I really enjoyed the books even though the story is a very familiar one. I can move past the commonalities with The Lord of the Rings. However, the acting for a couple of these…

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After a two hour premiere that moved so fast I was nearly discouraged from watching, Shannara has found its pace ! The third episode opens and Aunt Pyria has been killed by the demon fury and Allanon is seriously injured. Wil and Amerle set off to find some muddy substance that will cure him. Of…

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MTV aired it’s first episode of The Chronicles of Shannara last night and for the most part I am impressed. I didn’t go into it thinking MTV would stick totally to the book because it’s “based on” the books and it would take forever to stick to the story completely. I was curious that they…

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