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My next bracket, after the Disney vs. Pixar and Netflix brackets is a showdown between Amazon and Hulu. I debated doing each first-round matchup as Amazon vs Hulu…but (**Spoiler Alert**) Amazon would’ve destroyed Hulu. So instead they won’t see each other until the Championship (**/End spoiler**). SWEET SIXTEEN Mozart in the Jungle vs. Patriot – …

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We are back for the second half of The Tick, after (in my opinion) the disaster of the first half. Tick (Peter Serafinowicz), Dot (Valorie Curry), and Overkill (Scott Speiser) along with a freshly rescued Arthur (Griffin Newman) are still on the hunt for The Terror (Jackie Earle Haley), whose evil plan is still unknown, outside …

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Hailey (Lola Kirke) and Rodrigo (Gael Garcia Bernal) are back for Season 4 of Mozart in the Jungle, out now on Amazon Prime. They are now boyfriend and girlfriend, as she continues her journey to being a maestro, taking direction from Rodrigo and Thomas (Malcolm McDowell). Mozart is one of the most unlikely music shows, as …

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The Big Sick is an Amazon exclusive movie, written by Kumail Nanjiani and his wife Emily Gordon, on the true story of their lives, starring Kumail and Zoe Kazan as Emily. The movie is directed by Judd Apatow. Kumail is a Pakistani trying to make it in America. From a foreign land with customs like arranged …

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After last years failure in music, this year was much better, and that brings us to the third annual #Avisously giveaway. Complete the form below and submit a list of my Top 20 songs of the year. That’s right, this year has expanded to 20 songs, but you only need one correct song to have a chance of winning …

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Unless Southwest is running a great priced sale (because you can’t say no to low prices and two free bags), JetBlue will be my airline of choice for the future. The positives for a JetBlue flight started off great, and just kept adding on, and here are some of their pros, which may have been …

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David (played by Craig Roberts) is in New York City, working on his directing, or rather, becoming a “production assistant” (read: intern) wasting time running errands at an agency for nine months…and getting rejected over and over, on his ideas and in his relationships, all while fawning over Annabelle (Allison Lanier), a costume designer at …

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