Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé

Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé is a documentary telling the story of a spectacular achievement in music and culture.

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Review: The Wife

I finally got around to seeing The Wife, months after everyone else. After I saw it I was not entirely happy that I had.

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Review: Destroyer

Destroyer is not an easy film to watch. Detective Erin Bell (Nicole Kidman) is not an easy woman to like. She’s a broken woman trying with her last ounce of energy to make right the mistakes of her past.

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Watch This: Trailer for Ms Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries

Ms Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries is a spin off from the delightful Australian series Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries. The new series premieres on Acorn TV on Monday, April 29, 2019.

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Review: Band Aid

Band Aid sticks to you with comedy, music, fighting, and making up. It’s all in the service of dealing with grief and pain. The film is funny and surprising and ultimately heartwarming.

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Review: Quicksand, a Swedish drama series

Quicksand opens with 5 gunshots, a bloody classroom, and a stunned young woman named Maja (Hanna Ardéhn) sitting speechless and uninjured amid the chaos. Minor spoilers ahead.

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Review: Queen Sugar, season 3

It feels like it takes years and years for each season of Queen Sugar to reach Hulu, where I anxiously wait to watch it. Season 3 finally made it there. And, of course, I watched it. You can see all 3 seasons on Hulu.

Queen Sugar continues to be a well written, well acted, beautifully touching story about the extended Bordelon family and their history on the land.

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Most Beautiful Thing (Coisa Mais Linda)

Most Beautiful Thing (Coisa Mais Linda) is a Brazilian series on Netflix. Set in 1959 Rio de Janeiro, the series features 4 leading women who break every convention.

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Review: Unicorn Store

Unicorn Store bursts with a magical fantasy about finding yourself and growing up. It’s a work of visual art from start to finish. Brie Larson directed and stars in this fanciful tale of wonder.

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Review: Chavela

Chavela is an inspiring documentary about the life of the famous Costa Rican-born Mexican singer Chavela Vargas. She died in 2012 at the age of 93 after a tempestuous, rebellious, lifetime filled with songs, love, and loneliness.

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