Review: Lost Girls

Lost Girls tells the story of a mom searching for her missing daughter. From director Liz Garbus, the film is inspired by true events detailed in Robert Kolker’s “Lost Girls: An Unsolved American Mystery.”

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Review: Altered Carbon, season 2

Altered Carbon, season 2, puts Takeshi Kovacs 300 years in the future on a planet run by a money grubbing President. As in season 1, it’s a complex sci-fi drama with many characters’ stories interwoven.

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Review: So B. It

So B. It is based on the best selling children’s novel by Sarah Weeks. It’s a tearjerker of a tale about finding your family and your place in the world.

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Review: Where’d You Go, Bernadette

Where’d You Go, Bernadette is based on a novel I really enjoyed by Maria Semple. It’s impossible to have loved the novel and not be annoyed by the film.

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Review: Raised by Wolves, seasons 1-2

Raised by Wolves is a half-hour comedy from the UK and the warped minds of creators Caitlin Moran and her sister Caroline Moran. Seasons 1 and 2 of this comedy are streaming on Acorn TV.

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Brain Dump: Good Trouble, Stumptown, and Tommy

For today’s big brain clearing post, I’ll talk about Good Trouble, Stumptown, and Tommy.

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Review: Queen Sono

Queen Sono is Netflix first original African series. It’s an action series with a fabulous female heroine played by Pearl Thusi.

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Review: Miss Virginia

Miss Virginia is based on a true story about a Washington D.C. mother who wanted a chance at a better education for her son. It stars Uzo Aduba as the inspirational Virginia Walden. There are spoilers ahead.

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Review: To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You

To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You, a teen romance starring Noah Centineo and Lana Condor, deals with the struggles and uncertainties of dating when you’re 16 years old.

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Review: I Am Not Okay with This

I Am Not Okay with This fits into the category of girl coming of age who discovers her superpower amid high school horrors. It’s an origin story that begs additional seasons. Beware the spoilers.

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