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Dear Netflix

TRIGGER WARNING: SUICIDE, EATING DISORDERS Dear Netflix, Please stop making shows/ movies about mental illness willy-nilly. Coming from a girl with clinical depression and anxiety, your depictions never get it right. I’m a sucker for any entertainment, especially your notoriously … Continue reading

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Death Note to Whitewashing

In an interesting turn of events, Ed Skrein, who was originally set to star in Hellboy, backed out of his role this summer because of his character’s mixed-Asian decent. Now, I’m upset that not enough people are talking about this. … Continue reading

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TV Theories

SPOILER ALERT: Riverdale  Fasten your seatbelt, because I’m about to speed into the different theories of one of my favorite tv shows ever, Riverdale. Riverdale first aired on January 26th, 2017, and immediately after the first episode I was hooked. … Continue reading

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13 Reasons (Why?)

*WARNING: 13 Reasons Why spoilers* About two weeks ago I sat down on my bed and opened Netflix. I kept scrolling and scrolling until, wait. I scrolled back up. In the Netflix Originals section there was a poster for 13 Reasons … Continue reading

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“A Series of Unfortunate Events”

Based on the horribly juxtaposed 13 book children’s series, Lemony Snicket’s A series of Unfortunate Events is back on the screen. After an adaptation starring the ever bold and physical comedian Jim Carey, there was something missing – a certain element of … Continue reading

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Aubrie and Daisy

Every month, Netflix updates its movie collection, and ever since 2013, it has put out some new shows with each batch. Recently released was Audrie and Daisy, a documentary that caught my attention. Released to Netflix on September 23rd, Audrie and Daisy … Continue reading

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Breaking the Internet (Bias)

Some adults nowadays blame technology for the current generation’s immaturity, saying that we’re obsessed or addicted to technology. Now, I’m not denying that we use quite a bit of technology, but I don’t understand how it is seen as so … Continue reading

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