Movie Review: The Last Summer ☀️⛱️

It’s literally a movie about the last summer for a bunch of high school graduates.

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Maia Mitchell (left) and KJ Apa (right) respectively star as Phoebe and Griffin in The Last Summer. CREDIT: Netflix

This post for The Last Summer is spoiler-free.

The Last Summer (2019, directed by William Bindley) is like Valentine’s Day or New Year’s Eve, but instead, it is set during summer holidays before a bunch of high school graduates enter college.

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TV Review: Dead to Me Season 1 🥂🦜

Dead to Me never ceases to stun audiences by replacing predictable moments with unexpected twists.

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Linda Cardellini (left) and Christina Applegate (right) respectively star as Judy Hale and Jennifer “Jen” Harding in Dead to Me. CREDIT: Netflix

This post for Dead To Me Season 1 is spoiler-free.

Let me tell you that Dead to Me Season 1 (2019, created by Liz Feldman) is no fun to watch if you are already spoiled. The series follows Jennifer “Jen” Harding (Christina Applegate) who is grieving over her husband’s death after he was killed in a hit and run; she befriends a weird and eccentric lady named Judy Hale (Linda Cardellini) at a grief group, and they soon become besties.

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TV Review: Chambers Season 1 🐁✂️

Chambers is a chilling and suspenseful series that becomes too predictable and a tad bit puzzling.

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Sivan Alyra Rose stars as Sasha Yazzie in Chambers. CREDIT: Netflix

This post for Chambers Season 1 is spoiler-free.

Chambers Season 1 (2019, created by Leah Rachel) follows 17-year-old Sasha Yazzie (Sivan Alyra Rose) who receives a heart transplant from a stranger named Becky LeFevre (Lilliya Reid) after facing a sudden heart attack; strange occurrences starts to happen to Sasha when she recovers from her heart surgery, and develops a friendly relationship with her donor’s family.

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TV Review: No Good Nick Season 1: Part 1 💸🎒

No Good Nick takes the family sitcom genre to a whole new level.

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From left to right: Lauren Lindsey Donzis, Sean Astin, Melissa Joan Hart, Kalama Epstein, and Siena Agudong in No Good Nick. CREDIT: Netflix

This post for No Good Nick Season 1: Part 1 is spoiler-free.

No Good Nick’s (2019, created by Keetgi Kogan and David H. Steinberg) trailer got me intrigued by the premise of the show. It follows Nicole “Nick” Patterson (Siena Agudong) who one day poses as a distant relative and appears at the Thompson family’s doorstep, but what the Thompsons don’t know is that Nick is up to no good and is trying to scam them of their money.

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Movie Review: Someone Great 👱🏻‍♀️👩🏻👩🏾‍🦱💔

Someone Great felt like a blend of the sitcom Broad City and the rom-com How To Be Single.

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From left to right: DeWanda Wise, Gina Rodriguez, and Brittany Snow respectively star as Erin, Jenny and Blair in Someone Great. CREDIT: Netflix

This post for Someone Great is spoiler-free.

Someone Great (2019, written and directed by Jennifer Kaytin Robinson) is literally a feminist movie about a breakup—and getting over said breakup. Set in New York City, the movie follows Jenny (Gina Rodriguez) and her two besties Erin (DeWanda Wise) and Blair (Brittany Snow), who try to get through an emotional day after Jenny and her boyfriend—Nate (Lakeith Stanfield)—of nine years decided to break up because Jenny is moving to San Francisco for a new job.

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Movie Review: The Perfect Date 📱👫

The Perfect Date is a cheesy teenage rom-com movie at its finest, with moments that are bound to make you laugh-out-loud.

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Laura Marano (left) and Noah Centineo (right) respectively star as Celia Lieberman and Brooks Rattigan in The Perfect Date. CREDIT: Netflix

This post for The Perfect Date contains spoilers, but TBH spoilers don’t really mean anything for rom-coms.

The Perfect Date (2019, directed by Chris Nelson), originally called The Stand-In, is based on the novel of the same name (referring to latter title) by Steve Bloom. It is the third teenage rom-com movie from Netflix that features matinée idol Noah Centineo. It follows the character Brooks Rattigan (Centineo) who is trying to save up money to go to Yale University; with the help of his coding genius best friend Murph (Odiseas Georgiadis), Brooks starts to get hired by women of all ages through the app (The Stand-In) to be a stand-in date for them—and no, he’s not prostituting himself.

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Movie Review: Unicorn Store 🦄✨

Unicorn Store is a whole lot of fluff about unicorns and glitter.

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Brie Larson stars as Kit in the Unicorn Store. CREDIT: Netflix

This post for Unicorn Store is spoiler-free.

Unicorn Store (2019, directed by Brie Larson) originally premiered in 2017 and was recently released by Netflix in 2019; it follows the story of Kit (Larson), a struggling artist who one day receives a mysterious letter that would fulfil her childhood dreams.

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