Popular Netflix original “Stranger Things” returns with a emotionally captivating yet not quite as dynamic second season.
Netflix’s westernized, live-action adaptation of the popular manga and anime series “Death Note” disappoints fans of the franchise with lack of thematic and cultural nuance, but excites audiences entertained by Hollywood gore, romance and action.
Although the special effects and action sequences are sure to impress, “Iron Fist” by Netflix falls short of mediocre due to a poorly written plot and less than sub-par acting.
After a movie and a decade, Lemony Snicket’s “A Series of Unfortunate Events” finally hits television in a stunning Netflix original.
Baz Luhrmann’s debut on Netflix features nothing short of a drug ring, flashy silver guns, obese political bosses, and underground orgies all combined with the upbeat music scene of the ‘70s. In the epic musical drama “The Get Down,” Luhrmann follows Ezekiel Figuero (Justice Smith), a rapper with a penchant for freestyling and spitting bars, and Mylene Cruz (Herizen Guardiola), an aspiring boricua singer who wishes to break free from…