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Netflix Original: What Happened to Monday (2017) **REVIEW**

If you are a film lover you most likely seen a film where Noomi Rapace is the lead in. If it was Prometheus or the Millenium – series were she played Lisbeth  Salander.

Could you be able to live in a world where you are only allowed 1 child? If you have more the government will come and take her/him away from you. Due to over populating the world so some measures have to be taken. Terrence Settman just lost his daughter giving birth to 7 daughters. He decides to keep them all and teach them from his home. When they get old enough they need to take the identity of 1 singular person – Karen Settman. And how he set this up is this; each girl have a name, which is a weekday. So Monday goes out on Monday, Tuesday on Tuesday and so on.

To live like this everyday you need to show your day to the others and let them know about your day. Each girl have a bracelet they use to film their day so after dinner, its time to see what happened during the day. Have to be exact on the details because if they get find out, something bad will happen.

‘What Happened to Monday’ must be one of the best films I’ve seen during 2017 this far. Noomi is excellent playing 7 different people with 7 different personalities. Must have been difficult but she managed to nail it perfectly. I would recommend anyone to see ‘What Happened to Monday’ – best film Netflix Originals have created thus far.

Who are the actors in this film and where do we know them from?

  • Noomi Rapace – The Settman siblings (Prometheus, Girl With Dragon Tattoo, The Girl Who Played with Fire, Girl who kicked the hornets nest, Child 44, Beyond)
  • Glenn Close – Nicolette Cayman (The Girl with all the Gifts, The Great Gilly Hopkins, Anesthesia, Fatal Attraction, Guardians of the Galaxy)
  • Willem Dafoe – Terrence Settman (Finding Nemo, SpiderMan, Platoon, The Grand Budapest Hotel)
  • Marwan Kenzari – Adrian Knowles (The Mummy, Ben-Hur, The Promise, Collide)
  • Christian Rubeck – Joe (Genius, Max Manus, Allied)
  • Kirsty Averton – Mia (The Holly Kane Experiment, Our Girl, 50 Kisses)

Who is the director and what is she/he known for?

Tommy Wirkola best known for films as Hansel & Gretel, Dead Snow, Red vs Dead and so many more. Something you probably seen. Tommy being a Norwegian director/producer born in 1979.


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Netflix Original: Burning Sands (2017) **REVIEW**

So many different movies out there about fraternities. We have comedies & drama’s. All different stories but when you see one it seems like you’ve seen them all. ‘Burning Sands’ can be found on Netflix under Originals category.

University, not so much different from High School, you want to fit in so bad you apply for different houses to be part of. But to be accepted you gotta do some assignments. Sometimes these assignments can be deadly and the school just look the other way just so they won’t lose money. Zurich is a man who want to be part of a frathouse so bad but with each assignment he gets more and more injured, because they like to use violence on the pledges to the point its a question of assault. As Zurich tries hard to do the assignments right and not get a beatdown he is aso failing his girlfriend & classes. So actually how has he planned to manage this?

Who are the actors in this film and where do we know them from?

  • Segun Akande – Big Brother Malcolm (Aissa’s Story, Dirt, Mother of George)
  • Malik Bazille – Dwight (Creed, A Gentleman, Happy Hour)
  • Tosin Cole – Frank (Star Wars: The Force Awakens, HollyOaks, Shelter)
  • Keenan Echols – Big Brother Turrel (Containment, Left Behind, The Vampire Diaries, 24:Legacy)
  • Mitchell Edwards – Stephon (Bedeviled, Gorenos, The Narrative of Dalvin Reynolds)
  • Steve Harris – Dean Richardson (Minority Report, The Rock, Quarantine, The Practise)
  • DeRon Horton – Square (Dear White People, Lions & Lambs, Haven)
  • Trevor Jackson – Zurich (American Crime, Grown-ish, Black-ish, Juveniles)
  • Daimion Johnson – Big Brother Fred (War Dogs, Burn Notice, Graceland)

Who is the director and what is she/he known for?

Gerard McMurray known for some films I’ve seen in the past such as Fruitvale Station, Get Some, Fig & currently filming next years Purge.


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Netflix Original: The Babysitter (2017) **REVIEW**

Babysitters… you love having one or you don’t. I never really had a babysitter growing up but I had family members looking after me when mom was working. But it never went as wrong as the babysitter in this Netflix Original.

Cole is a awkward 12 year old boy but his babysitter is the coolest. She seems to be his first crush on a girl. She’s very cute towards him and treats him like a brother. Cole’s parents are going away for the weekend so Bee is coming to look after him for the weekend. Have you ever stayed awake after dark to see what the babysitter does while you are sleeping? That is what Cole did but.. maybe he shouldn’t have done that.

Bee have friends over, they are playing ‘spin the bottle’, so what can go wrong here? Well.. Maybe when Bee stabs one of the boys in the head with 2 knives. Him being the sacrifice they need to make an offer to Lucifer to get what they want. How would you react as a 12 year old seeing all this? To only find out, they need your blood so make the ritual complete!? Do you fight or do you run and hide?

‘The Babysitter’ is a comedy horror film, I wouldn’t say it’s the best I’ve seen but it got its moments of fun and cringing moments.

Who are the actors in this film and where do we know them from?

  • Judah Lewis – Cole (Demolition)
  • Samara Weaving – Bee (Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri, Mayhem, Monster Trucks,Bad Girl)
  • Robbie Amell – Max (The Flash, ARQ, Anatomy of the Tide, The Duff)
  • Hana Mae Lee – Sonya (Pitch Perfect, Better Things, Unleashed)
  • Bella Thorne – Allison (Amityville: The Awakening, Blended, The Duff, You Get Me)
  • Emily Alyn Lind – Melanie (Revenege, Enter the Void, J.Edgar, Replicas)
  • Andrew Bachelor- John (Fifty Shades of Black, Meet the Blacks, Grow House)
  • Leslie Blibb – Mom (Iron Man, Law Abiding Citizen, To the Bone)
  • Ken Marino – Dad (We’re the Millers, Wanderlust, Gattaca, Role Models)

Who is the director and what is she/he known for?

McG is a director who is mostly known for shows such as Supernatural, Lethal Weapon, Shadowhunters,The DUFF and many more. Born in  1968 in Michigan.


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Netflix Original: Spectral (2016) **REVIEW**

When it comes to Sci-Fi it’s either a hit or miss or somewhere in between. But ‘Spectral’ is a true hit and it had me in suspense the entire time.

‘Spectral’ takes place in Moldova, the world is in despair of war and a team of special ops are facing a whole new enemy, something they can’t see, fight or kill. It comes sneaking up to it’s victims and when you are about realize what is going to happen it’s too late. This thing goes right through you and it’s over. The team get’s an engineer over to monitor what is going on and possibly build something to help them. As they go out in Moldova to find one of these things, something happens they never expected. They are more and coming towards them in large numbers, working together and the team now have to run because stopping these things, won’t be easy. Just need to figure out what they are and what they are made of.

‘Spectral’ can be found on Netflix in their Netflex Original category, it’s a 1H 48min long action filled film. Just don’t blink, you might miss the thing that’s chasing them.

Actors: James Badge Dale, Emily Mortimer, Bruce Greenwood, Max Martini, Cory Hardict & Clayne Crawford with many more.

Beast Of No Nation (2015) Netflix Original **REVIEW**

When it comes to films about child soldiers and their life after it – it can be discussed for many hours and everyone might not agree. But this film – it hits head on the nail. You will see children and teens shooting and laughing when killing other humans. Specially this young boy. He started off as a normal boy in a African country – rebels came to his village and killed his father & brother. His mother and sister fled to the capital and are safe.

Agu – about 10 years of age. He lives in a unnamed African country with his family. Until the rebels gets caught up them and Agu is left alone and scared in the woods. While he wanders in the woods, hungry and tired, he run into a militia. They recruit him and Agu is quickly becoming the Commanders favorite. Agu learns fast while being in the militia – if he doesn’t adapt they will kill him. When he becomes one of them – he is noticing he enjoying killing other people. Seeing things and doing things a young boy shouldn’t. Agu finds friendship in this militia, in a mute boy who can’t be much older than Agu – named Strika. They share something special – something that only they will understand.

Beast of no nation definitely got a strong message to deliver to everyone. With it’s amazing cast and script you will enjoy this film. You will feel angry and sad.

You see actors like Abraham Attah, Emmanuel Affadzi, Ama K Abebrese, Kobina Amissah-Sam, Francis Weddey, Idris Elba, Emmanuel Nii Adom Quaye and many more.

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