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Heartbreak is unavoidable, and loneliness is brutal. I’ve learned that the key to being happy is to tell your truth and be OK without all the answers. This is my story. This is Simply Complicated. The opening monologue paints the picture for this YouTube Red documentary into the life of Demi Lovato. As her recent struggles …

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Two hardcore board-gamers meet at a bar trivia night, and over time fall in love and got married. Now Max (Jason Bateman) and Annie (Rachel McAdams) host game nights at their house, inviting over some of their friends: Kevin (Lamorne Morris, New Girl) and Michelle (Kylie Bunbury); Ryan (Billy Magnussen) and an array of blond …

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Rachel (Kristen Bell) is a very busy woman, so much so that her phone is always on hand, even during her wedding ceremony to Owen (Jon Foster), which proves to be too much for him, and they split up at the alter. The next day she gets black-out drunk while reconnecting with her long unseen …

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We all know I love my Marvel shows, and I’ll watch almost all of them, and it’s not just the ones that are exclusive to Netflix. I’ve given shows like Legion (on FX — couldn’t make it out of Season 1) and Inhumans (ABC — which turned into a pretty “Meh” mini-series) a shot, and have …

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In typical Jenji Kohan fashion (See: Weeds) the Season 6 storyline has gone straight up, much better than last season. Now don’t get me wrong, the past few seasons have had fantastic stories, but I think this year has pushed it to a new level, with a wide range of stories, a smaller amount of …

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I’ve seen the movies you’ve made. You never had any pride. Why start now? Before it even starts, the Comedy Central Roast of Bruce Willis gives him a kick straight where it counts. And while most of it is about making fun of his age, which is an old joke…they never won’t be funny. Comedy Central …

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The Australian comedian Jim Jefferies, who is always most popular after a school shooting, has a brand new Netflix special entitled This Is Me Now. He is a super dirty funnyman and had me laughing from start to finish, with a wide range of topics. From being poor and famous vs rich and famous, and everyone …

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Father of the Year on Netflix is their continued quest to push out movies to the masses, this time starring David Spade, Nat Faxon, Joey Bragg, Matt Shively, and Bridgit Mendler. Ben (Bragg) is home from college, after graduating valedictorian, and his trailer park father Wayne (Spade), who is on disabilities for colorblindness, is right …

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Joel McHale had a Netflix run of a fresh show every week for 13 weeks, which started here. And then when it finished they extended it by six episodes, to be binge released at one time…which is risky for a “weekly style” show since its content becomes more dated. And with them being released this …

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