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The Holiday

So, I used to love this movie when I was a teenager. It’s double the romance, double the story and its Christmas; what could be better? Watching it now, it’s dropped down a few pegs on my awesome scale. The story is a bit corny and the dialogue a little too scripted. It also doesn’t

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You’re the Worst

  Okay, so this satirical romantic comedy television show is a fresh view. It takes the fantasy out of romance (and life) and bites back with stark sarcastic realism in a completely hilarious way. Certainly the characters are somewhat out of this world, but they are probably more realistic then most, if not all, other

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Nerve (2016)

  So, I’m not going to lie, I became a little obsessed with this movie. I don’t know if it just hit a particular nerve for me (no pun intended), but I really thought this movie was fantastic. I read one review where someone said the characters were stereotypical and flat, but I agree only

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10 Cloverfield Lane

Wow, this movie is amazing. So, take everything that is awesome about horror and psychological thrillers and add a touch of the post-apocalyptic feeling and you have 10 Cloverfield Lane. It’s one of those movies that makes the mind think and work through so many possibilities but still leaves you guessing. There’s not a lot

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Cheese in the Trap

So, I just finished this drama that has been causing such raves on Dramafever. I do see why, I actually really enjoyed it until the last couple episodes. The show was about people who don’t exactly fit in the ‘normal’ box of characters that people are used to. The dialogue and story were all so

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Bromance

So, this is my first official Taiwanese drama that I am reviewing. With a name like Bromance I think anyone’s curiosity would be peaked and I wasn’t disappointed. It was a fun story line with enjoyable characters and a plot that evolved. It was exciting and very funny. It had a certain joviality to it

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9 End 2 Outs

9 End, 2 Outs was a refreshing drama for me. It was about adults in their 30s who are saying goodbye to their 20s while facing forward for their next step in life. It was realistic with issues addressed spanning across the spectrum of adult life. It was also almost completely lacking in drama feeling.

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