Category: Netflix Recommendations

TV Mini-Series Recommendation: Crime Scene: The Times Square Killer (2021)

This TV Mini-Series was one of the better ones I’ve seen in a while. The presentation of the NY Times Square murders was perfect in that it included the case of the Torso Killer from the view of the police, sex workers, victims’ family… Continue Reading “TV Mini-Series Recommendation: Crime Scene: The Times Square Killer (2021)”

TV Mini-Series Recommendation: The Comey Rule (2020)

When I watched this, I had no expectations. I didn’t know how Brendan Gleeson would do as Donald Trump. I wasn’t sure how Jeff Daniels would be as James Comey. I mean this is the actor who starred with Jim Carrey in Dumb &… Continue Reading “TV Mini-Series Recommendation: The Comey Rule (2020)”

Documentary Recommendation: Betty White: First Lady of Television (2018)

When you want a documentary to go on longer than 57 minutes and there’s nothing more left than the credits. This is currently airing on Netflix and goes really quick from the beginnings of Betty White’s career from 1950s to more current times. It… Continue Reading “Documentary Recommendation: Betty White: First Lady of Television (2018)”

Netflix Documentary Recommendation: Bad Sport (2021-)

The background of past sporting incidents, accidents, and cover ups is all the rage right now on Netflix. This documentary about some of the scandals that rocked the athletic world is no different. Bad Sport is basically a look inside of what happened to… Continue Reading “Netflix Documentary Recommendation: Bad Sport (2021-)”

Netflix Documentary Recommendation: Attack of the Hollywood Clichés (2021)

Not everyone likes Rob Lowe especially when he poked fun at Prince William’s receding hairline a while back. I don’t think he’s that great of an actor. I really don’t remember any outstanding roles he’s done. He’s really isn’t all that funny in terms… Continue Reading “Netflix Documentary Recommendation: Attack of the Hollywood Clichés (2021)”

Netflix TV Review: Bridgerton Season One (2020)

“The ones we love have the power to inflict the greatest scars.” -Lady Whistledown Because I didn’t know anything about the books or show, I really wasn’t sure what it was all about except the location was in Britain. I had no idea Shonda… Continue Reading “Netflix TV Review: Bridgerton Season One (2020)”

Netflix Documentary Series Recommendation: Untold (2021)

When I started watching these, I didn’t know what to expect. The Untold Deal with the Devil was the first one I watched. After it ended, I was convinced the second one about Caitlyn Jenner (formerly known as Bruce) would be decent too. I… Continue Reading “Netflix Documentary Series Recommendation: Untold (2021)”

Netflix Recommendation: This is a Robbery: The World’s Biggest Art Heist (2021)

The 1980s have come back with its terrible fashion and the 1990s have come back with the revival of shows like Fuller House and Saved by the Bell. So too have the events of the past been revisited such as this 1990 Gardner art… Continue Reading “Netflix Recommendation: This is a Robbery: The World’s Biggest Art Heist (2021)”

Netflix TV Series Recommendation: Money, Explained (2021)

If you want to be in the top 1% of Americans, you need to earn around 758,00 dollars yearly, according to 2019 data (EPI).To be a part of the top 10% percentiles, you must make between around 130,000 to 210,500 dollars (EPI). When you… Continue Reading “Netflix TV Series Recommendation: Money, Explained (2021)”

TV Review: The Sinner (2017-)

There are three seasons of The Sinner that have nothing to do with each other and the only constant character is played by Bill Pullman as Harry Ambrose. I have to give it to the second season. It was the best out of all… Continue Reading “TV Review: The Sinner (2017-)”

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