Close Review: Noomi Rapace Shines in Vapid Netflix Bodyguard Thriller | IndieWire

I’m sharing this review after just watching this show myself.  It’s much more detailed than I can write but can add that Noomi Rapace is one hell of a woman. As far as females being the weaker sex, this woman is an exception. A bodyguard, no less, who can kick, shoot, strangle, and kill any man twice her size. Good movie, worth the watch. Violent but one must be to save your life and someone else’s.  Check it out on Netflix.

This violent Netflix thriller proves that Noomi Rapace is a bonafide action star, but she’s in desperate need of stronger material.

Source: Close Review: Noomi Rapace Shines in Vapid Netflix Bodyguard Thriller | IndieWire

Kris Marshall lands role in ITV’s Jane Austen drama Sanditon two years on from Death in Paradise exit

We’re a long way from Saint Marie.

Source: Kris Marshall lands role in ITV’s Jane Austen drama Sanditon two years on from Death in Paradise exit

‘Medici’ Season 3 Sells Ahead of Season 2 Premiere | Hollywood Reporter

I just finished Season 2 on Netflix. Frankly, I liked Season 1 better.  It picks up twenty years later so don’t expect to drool over Richard Madden again.  However, you may like the new Lorenzo de ‘Medici played by Daniel Sharman.

There is a lot of continual conflict between the Medici and Pazzi families that seemed to go on and on, which creates a lot of rehashing in episodes of why this feud has continued for so long.  I ended up with a few fast-forwards on the remote control.

Regardless, I’m glad there will be a Season 3 and hope that I will find it more to my liking as Lorenzo continues his influence on Florence.

The Italian co-production is getting bigger and better after the success of its first season.

Source: ‘Medici’ Season 3 Sells Ahead of Season 2 Premiere | Hollywood Reporter

Midsomer Murders: Why viewers love to see posh people committing crimes.

 

Midsomer Murders is an enduring hit because it is fun to see upper middle-class people kill one another, according to the show’s star.

Source: Midsomer Murders: why viewers love to see posh people committing crimes

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