For those that know me know that I’m a Sci-Fi geek. I love everything Star Wars (yes, even The Last Jedi, Uno), Star Trek in all its iterations (TV and movies), and I’m part of the crowd that is hoping Fox brings back Firefly. If you don’t know what Firefly is, just know it stars Nathan Fillion and he is awesome in everything! I also love shows that have a special family dynamic. When a show combines that and sci-fi, I’m sold. A perfect example is one of my favorite shows of all time: Fringe. I’ve talked about it on the podcast and I can go on and on about how great those characters are and their special bond as a makeshift family but that’s a blog for another day. Today it’s about the Netflix reboot and modernization of Lost in Space.
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Netflix never disappoints when it comes to releasing great entertaining content. Whether it's original shows, acquiring big budget films or releasing international series, they’ve developed a keen eye for great content on a global scale. And, this show is no different. La Casa de Papel or as it’s titled on Netflix: Money Heist, is another great addition to the already stellar foreign language material they’ve released in the last few years. With shows and movies like Dark, Ingobernable, and Train to Busan, La Casa de Papel aka Money Heist is another show that is definitely worth watching.
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2015 was a juggernaut; an overwhelming force of entertainment that relentlessly flexed its might on us viewers for 365 days straight. As you guys know, we tried our best to view and take in as much of the movies, shows, games, etc of 2015 that we could, but it was just impossible to watch and experience everything as it came out.