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Three great games currently grace my phone, for when I’m bored and run out of shows to binge watch. Homescapes Homescapes is a simple Match-3 game, similar to the likes of Bejeweled and Candy Crush, and with each level you pass you get a “Star”. Earn enough stars and you can start fixing up your …

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Dav Pikley’s books, Captain Underpants, have finally made it to the big screen, in its first epic adventure. With a cereal box Hypno-ring, Harold and George bring their comic books to life, turning their mean principal Mr. Krupp into their imagined superhero: Captain Underpants. With the snap of their fingers, he’s his superhero-y self, but a splash of …

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David Letterman is back after a two and a half year hiatus, and while I wasn’t a fan of his originally, without Paul Shaffer “he-he’ing” behind him, he’s actually quite fun to watch! This Netflix special is just Dave and a special guest for a one-hour show. No stand-up, no band, just plain old banter. …

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The LEGO Movie, despite being way too long was a great movie with really good takeaways. And now along comes Batman, Robin, Alfred and Commissioner Barbara Gordon, in a battle against all the villains that have been part of the LEGO world, from Joker to Voldemort, and King Kong to the Eye of Sauron. The movie is …

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Kingsman: The Golden Circle is the second movie in the Kingsman series, and if you haven’t watched the first one you definitely should. The Kingsman are a younger more modern day version of James Bond, with an equal mix of tech, humor, and general British bad@$$ery. With a cover as high-class tailors, these men dress to …

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“I’m James. I’m 17. And I’m pretty sure I’m a psychopath.” Those words highlight Episode 1 of this eight-part Netflix show, and it’s all pretty solid from there. 17-year-old James (Alex Lawther) is a self-diagnosed psychopath who has killed cats and other animals and is now ready to move onto a bigger target: Humans. His …

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Dunkirk has been named by many as the movie of the year, and after watching it I can understand why. Written and Directed by Christopher Nolan, the movie is all historical fiction, based on the events that occurred on the beaches of Dunkirk, France, as the Germans invaded the land and the British tried to …

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Dave Chappelle is back for a final 2-part Netflix special, dealing with politics, racism, and sexual harassment in Hollywood, and there’s hard to find someone as funny on the stage these days as Chappelle. I respect everyone. Except the Amish people. cause they are the only ones I can say clearly: Their God is wrong. …

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When last we saw the Peaky Blinders, things were looking like they had big changes coming amongst the family. The thing that is great about Peaky Blinders, a BBC show that pops up on Netflix in America, is that despite only 6-episodes per season, they pack a huge punch into that short period of time. …

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