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 Movie/ TV  Recommendations


Poor Thing

Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos, known for his distinct and unconventional storytelling, presents a cinematic marvel with "Poor Things," a science fiction black comedy that defies expectations and invites audiences on a thought-provoking journey


The Color Purple

The Indie's Nest celebrates the film’s storytelling, impeccable cinematography, and a score that tugs at the heartstrings. "The Color Purple" stands as a cinematic masterpiece, earning the recommendation of a perfect score from The Indie's Nest.


Shadow and Bone

Game of Thrones fans still brooding over the loss of one of television’s most iconic shows of the past decade, well brood no more, Netflix’s Shadow and Bone will surely heal that suffering. Netflix’s newest fantasy- adventure series Shadow and Bone, is sure to unite fans of Harry Potter, Twilight, Lord of The Rings and Game of Thrones, as well as fans new to the whole fantasy genre into this intricate world of magic.



Emerald Fennell's "Saltburn" is a mesmerizing cinematic journey that weaves a beautifully unsettling tale of privilege, desire, and the complexities of human relationships.



In Christopher Nolan’s gripping portrayal of historical events, Cillian Murphy delivers a compelling performance as physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer in the wartime drama.


Killers of the Flower Moon

Scorsese's direction, combined with stellar performances and a compelling narrative, cements the film as a cinematic achievement that will undoubtedly stand the test of time.


The Platform

The Platform undeniably takes the term “the haves and the have nots” to a whole different level in this intriguing dystopian thriller. The main character, Goreng, has agreed to come into this futuristic prison, known as The Hole, in exchange for a diploma. Obviously, he has no real clue as to what is in store for him, otherwise I do not believe that he would’ve willingly admitted himself.

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