About Soniya Hinduja
An avid cinephile and self-proclaimed cat lady, Soniya adores watching films that move and transform and broaden her perspective. When she isn't busy working, you'll find her immersed in an arthouse film, catching up on stand up specials, discovering new music, gazing at the moon, and earning quality time to ponder it all.
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These films, from the last 10 years or so, seem to have wriggled their way into the hidden corners of our streaming menu, delighting a small audience.
Amidst the flurry of source materials, where really does Netflix’s growing catalog fall on the broad spectrum? Creative or embarassing?
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Perhaps it is the defiance of these shows that gets them marching on week after week, long after their lead bids adieu.
Sometimes, a short series can be a breath of fresh air, offering a unique perspective and telling a complete story in just a handful of episodes.
Despite all the build-up and excitement, sometimes big-budget movies like Black Adam, Ghostbusters, and Blade Runner don't deliver at the box office.