72 Movies And TV Shows Reviewed: Andor, Wednesday, New Christmas Movies, & More

It’s been a few months since we last shared our reviews roundup, so we’ve got an eclectic (and vast) mix of some of the movies and TV shows we’ve been watching this year.

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From new period dramas to new movies, classic movies, fantasies, rom-coms, Hallmark Christmas movies, and so much more.

Alaska Daily TV Review

Each episode brings you closer to the resolution and opens your eyes to this often-ignored important story (based on truth).


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Andor TV Review

Andor is much less a typical action-adventure and more of a political, thought-provoking award-worthy show focused on brilliant dialogue, characterization, and performance.

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Bridgerton Season 2 TV Review

The explicit content is much less, the dynamic between Anthony and Kate is captivating, and the cinematic universe of Bridgerton continues to grow and delight.

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A Christmas Spark TV Movie Review

It was all a bit swoony and happy – and the chemistry between Seymour and Lando was perfection. It seems they still have that onscreen spark we all love.

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Christmas with You Netflix Movie Review

The Christmas movie has a nostalgic style with actual comedic elements and lots of cute romantic moments and heartwarming family scenes.

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The Courier (2020) Movie Review

If you’re in the mood for an exciting spy drama, look no further than this fast-paced, intense movie that will leave you on the edge of your seat with anxiety about the characters.

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