It’s time we started talking about how social media can actually make a difference in issues that matter.
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One young woman explains that it’s not what you think.
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A unlikely group of bad guys come together when they make a shocking discovery Netflix is becoming a popular service with a ton of exclusive content. They have made it big with Daredevil and have a few other shows that are coming soon that sound like they could be amazing. Their next step is making […]
The Netflix employee benefit that just may get us talking.
United States, follow Netflix and Norway. Prove you value family and mandate parental leave.
Not for Everyone, the show definitely seizes upon the changing attitudes of society.
Robert Redford is one of our most treasured actors, and while we often focus on some of his bigger moments, his lesser known films can give us a glimpse into the evolution of a great actor.
James Holcomb reviews a missed gem in cinema.
If you haven’t seen ‘Unbreakable’ you are missing a Superhero Gem. Not to worry, you can still catch Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson on Blue-Ray and Netflix.
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The new Netflix comedy “Grace and Frankie” is ostensibly a show about the coming out of two septuagenerian men (played by Martin Sheen and Sam Waterston) and the fallout of their divorces from their wives (Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin). Yes, a sexual identity crisis triggers the show, and an animated wedding cake opens the show as if it will be a dramedy farce; but the meat of the story is really about how two women come to terms with loneliness and betrayal in their old age. It is challenging, often hilarious, and incredibly bold.