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Bo Burnham: Inside (2021)

Medium: Movie (Netflix)

Rating: 5 / 5 this movie is guaranteed to live on in my mind for the rest of my days

Reviewer: Apacid

Reference(s): IMDB Listing || Trailer || Netflix

There is nothing that has ever been done like this before. Truly unique. Painfully accurate insight into humanity and what the world went through w/ covid.

Masters of the Universe (1987)

Medium: Movie

Reviewer: Shimmershade

Reference(s): IMDB Listing || Trailer

I feel dumber after watching it. I gave up trying to understand the plot or logic, it wasn't worth it. Small moments were enjoyable, and Skeletor was A-MAZING, but just why. Forced romance "monogamy is the only way" subplot and of course all the space fuckers go to Earth. Only took about 2 hours but felt like days and I learned way more about what He Man and Skeletor do in the bedroom than what I would've liked to.

Wandavision S1 (2021)

Medium: TV (Disney)

Reviewer: mauvehed

Reference(s): IMDB Listing || Trailer

Apparently there have been end credit scenes I've missed.

Mindhunter S1-2 (2017)

Medium: TV (Netflix)

Rating: 4.5 / 5 Criminal Minds should take note

Reviewer: jericho

Reference(s): IMDB Listing || Trailer || Netflix

I originally avoided this show because it was compared to Criminal Minds, which was a good show to start but went too far into procedural tedium. I'm glad I eventually came around to give it a chance because it is a very compelling show. A tense drama that gets you invested in all of the characters for different reasons. After decades of modern crime investigation and police shows, it is refreshing to see where some of this began. The show is based on the 1995 book Mindhunter: Inside the FBI's Elite Serial Crime Unit. Season 1 takes place in the late 70s as the FBI's behavioral crime is developed through research and field interviews. Season 2 centers around the Atlanta murders of 1979 to 1981 and puts the infant program to the test. Holt McCallany, Jonathan Groff, and Anna Torv all do an exceptional job playing their respective characters.

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