Tag: Netflix

A brief list of TV shows to watch instead of <i>Tiger King</i>

A brief list of TV shows to watch instead of Tiger King

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05/02/2020

With COVID-19 having upended our lives, forcing us to stay home and practice social distancing, it’s important to find ways to relieve the stress of not knowing what’s in store for the future. A lot of the more common ways of unwinding, like going to the theaters and watching sports, are unavailable, leading many people…

<i>Tiger King</i>: A Social Distraction or Moral Void?

Tiger King: A Social Distraction or Moral Void?

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04/18/2020

Hey there all you cool cats and kittens. Buckle up, because Netflix’s documentary mini-series Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness is one hell of a ride.  If someone told me at the beginning of the year that I would spend April in isolation obsessed with a show about a polyamorous, gay, mullet-sporting, redneck zoo owner…

Ranking Every Nicolas Cage Movie on Netflix

Ranking Every Nicolas Cage Movie on Netflix

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04/17/2020

Look, you’re in quarantine and there’s only so many episodes of Tiger King out there. Eventually, you’re going to get bored enough to watch a film starring the man, the myth, the legend, Nicolas Cage. Anticipating this eventuality, Netflix has provided 10* diverse offerings featuring the best over-actor of all time. I watched all of…

<I> The Crown</I>‘s Future

The Crown‘s Future

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02/20/2020

Netflix recently announced that their critically acclaimed historical drama The Crown will end after season five, one season earlier than expected. First premiering in 2016, this ambitious project had English actress Claire Foy masterfully portray the Queen during the early years of her marriage to Prince Philip (Matt Smith) and her reign following the untimely…

Chris Distefano Brings Edgy Comedy to the Capital

Chris Distefano Brings Edgy Comedy to the Capital

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02/19/2020

From the beginning of Chris Distefano’s show, he seemed to immediately click with the audience. Between his impressions of millennial culture and the ease with which he talked about his private life, it was clear there was a certain “inside joke” quality to the way he presented his humor, making me feel like I was…

From Friends to Family

From Friends to Family

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01/31/2020

When Netflix users logged in on January 1, they noticed something missing. The show Friends had left after a five-year run. In those five years, it had garnered a whole new generation of viewers and inspired ’90s nostalgia for the show’s original audience. For me, Friends wasn’t just another streaming binge—it was essential to my…

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