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The Sisters Brothers
The Eli brothers (John C. Reilly) and Charlie Sisters (Joaquin Phoenix) are bounty hunters in the wild west, carrying out their duties regardless of who they should kill. When a mysterious client hires them to hunt the chemist Hermann Warm (Riz Ahmed), the brothers end up in conflict not only with Warm, but also with John Morris (Jake Gyllenhaal), a private detective who likes Warm's utopian ideals. The Sisters Brothers is a western Strongly focused on the characters, who takes the time to allow them to reveal their personalities. It's a sharp movie, directed by Jacques Audiard.
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Patriot Act with Hassan Minhaj – Season 4
Hassan Minhaj is back to shed light on a new set of problems in the last season of Patriot Act. In each episode, Minhaj immerses himself in a specific theme, explaining problems such as the increasing destruction of the Amazon in Brazil, the corruption in the world of cricket and the insensitive labor practices of the videogame industry. Minhaj balances the informational aspects of reporting with a stand-up Gil, adapted to the audience millennial.
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Glow – Season 3
The Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling are back for a third season and more successful than ever. They organize a recurring show at a casino in Las Vegas and party non-stop in Sin City. The program follows the cast and creative team of a women's wrestling league in the 1980s, focusing on fighter Ruth Wilder (Alison Brie), her former friend Debbie Eagan (Betty Gilpin) and the league's director, Sam Sylvia (Marc Maron). The program deals more with the struggles they have in their real lives than in the ring, although there are many of them in recent years and they are striking.
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Euphoria – Season 1
Teenagers have problems, especially when it comes to television programs. In the spectrum of television dramas for teenagers – where on a level 1 are the pranks of Saved by the Bell and on 10 is the nightmare of Skins-, the teenagers of Euphoria They rate at least a 9. The program, which caused some controversy over their frequent sexual content, follows a group of secondary students growing up in an era where technology is dominant and there is an institutional decline. The protagonist is Rue (Zendaya), a young depressed and drug addict who opens the series with a monologue about the horrors of being born. Rue and his companions, including his friend Lexi (Maude Apatow), the problematic athlete Nate (Jacob Elordi) and Jules (Hunter Schafer), the new boy in the city, run into a world plagued with drugs, sex and violence. Euphoria It is often exaggerated, and its description of teenage life does not match the boring reality, but it also has a medical quality. She often takes some format deviations, such as when Rue becomes a detective while trying to find out if two of her classmates are in a relationship.
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Although her kingdom faces a kingdom with France, Queen Anne (Olivia Colman), sick and distressed by the death of her children, has little interest in state affairs. Her dear friend and close advisor, Sarah Churchill (Rachel Weisz), is in charge of handling political affairs. When Sarah's cousin, Abigail (Emma Stone) arrives at the palace looking for work, she offers to be a domestic worker. While Sarah is busy attending the war effort, Abigail approaches the queen, and the two cousins begin to fight for her attention. The Favorite It is a wonderful combination of thriller and black comedy, with an intelligent dialogue and excellent performances by its three protagonists.
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