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  • The Night Manager

    The Night Manager

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    A decent James Bond-like British spy drama where an ex military Hotel night manager becomes a MI6 asset.
    It was dry, and I'm not describing the martinis.
    Hugh Laurie seemed a bit miscast as the leader of a large criminal organization; House is an absolute pleasure and about as intimidating as my 87-year-old Nanny. What this series lacked, it made up for in Tom Hiddleston, sooo charming! A well-made espionage miniseries that probably should have been a movie but still worth a gander.

  • Devs

    Devs

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    We are sitting on the precipice of huge leaps in A.I and quantum computing. A terrifying new frontier that Alex Garland understands too well.
    Nick Offerman really showing his chops here. One of his more serious roles, he plays CEO of Ameya where a young engineer's boyfriend dies on their first day. As you can imagine, an entire web of murder and deceit is uncovered. mesmerizingly beautiful golden sleek imagery throughout, the structure or chandelier is epic. It was slow,…

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  • Buster's Mal Heart

    Buster's Mal Heart

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    An overworked hotel concierge goes on the lam after a traumatic event and becomes infamous for breaking into luxurious off season mountain homes.

    I love Rami Malek as the non-verbal worried guy who can't tell the difference between reality and his mental illness. Loosely inspired by the biblical story Jonah and the Whale, this Indie Sci-Fi tells a complex and fascinating story with great pacing; the runtime was perfect similarly to Rami Malek's performance.

  • Dolores Claiborne

    Dolores Claiborne

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    Unopened physical media purchased close to 20 years ago in my wife's horror collection; neither of us had seen it, and it seemed like kind of a shame leaving beautiful brutish Bates sitting there still in plastic.
    Scenery: rainy and grey. Monsters? Only the human kind. I enjoyed this more than many SK adaptations, although the spooky factor was low.