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We told you April was going to be BIG in our first newsletter of the month.
Take a look at some shows and movies you should watch ASAP!

RUSSIAN DOLL SEASON 2

It’s out today on Netflix. It’ll throw you for a LOOP.

Russian dolls, better known as Matryoshka dolls, are a set of hollow wooden dolls of decreasing size placed one inside another. The name matryoshka, translating to “little matron”, fits this show perfectly. We follow a chain-smoking, unfettered, chaotic, witty, and insanely repressed Nadia Vulvokov played by the incredibly talented Natasha Lyonne.

“Life is going to take you whether you’re going willingly or it’s going to drag you kicking and screaming–but what does it mean? Sorta this be here now idea. It’s almost impossible to be in this present moment that they keep pitching to you in therapy and self-help books when you’re so bogged down by this past–you go through life and you just throw all the discomfort in the backseat, you’re driving, and then you just slam on the breaks and it all comes crashing into the front…”

– Natasha Lyonne at Deadline Contenders Hollywood

BEEN TO THE MOVIES?

If not, we totally understand! But if you’re planning on going as we transition from Spring to Summer, here’s what you might find enjoyable!

Title
Director, Genre

The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent
Tom Gormicon, Action/Comedy

Everything Everywhere All At Once
Daniel Kwan & Daniel Scheinert, Sci-fi/Adventure

Men
Alex Garland, Horror/Drama

On The Count of Three
Jerrod Carmichael, Comedy/Thriller

Thor: Love and Thunder
Taika Waititi, Adventure/Action

What We Watch encourages you to learn more about artists in the industry by researching the films’ loglines and directors 🙂

APRIL 24TH ON HBO MAX

You’ve watched a series of psychopaths on television and in film throughout your life. Screenwriters may have made a way for you to find them redeemable or even likable. They’ve harmed, lied, manipulated, and even murdered numerous characters, but you still somehow depend on them to keep your interest piqued.

This is Barry to the nth degree. Bill Hader as Barry might be the first psychopath you truly root for in film & TV. Go watch and test our theory.

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