At this point, we know that Disney owns everything, and maybe we’ve come to accept it. But that doesn’t mean we can’t be excited for the films and shows coming from the global multimedia conglomeration that owns half of our favorite streaming services. Disney has unveiled the TV and movies coming to Disney+ and Hulu this January. So as we head into a new year, and into long winter months spent indoors, check out what’s coming to Disney+ and Hulu in January 2021.
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Picture this. The clock has just ticked over from October 31 to November 1, 2020. You’re sitting on the coach, stuffed from eating all of the Halloween candy that was supposed to be for neighborhood children, but that you secretly knew you were going to eat the whole time. It’s just days before one of the most significant American presidential elections in history. Instead of doomscrolling, you decide to fire up Amazon Prime Video so you can watch something to take your mind off the madness.
You’ve made an excellent choice. Now all that’s left is to pick something to watch, and you have another excellent choice locked and loaded: you’ve pulled up this very article, which provides a list of recommendations for the best shows and best movies coming to Amazon in November 2020. Man, you are really killing it tonight. Well done.
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O captain! My captain! Last night Saturday Night Live brought its 41st season to a close with a finale hosted by former cast member Fred Armisen. The episode ended the season on a high note, but we’ll get to our full review of that a little later today.
However, we couldn’t help but share what was undoubtedly the best sketch of the night. Normally the best sketch of the night doesn’t warrant a post by itself, but since this particular sketch is an amazing spoof of an iconic scene from the film Dead Poets Society starring the late Robin Williams, it demands to be highlighted on its own.
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/Film reader Derek Stettler has compiled a video titled “Reel Wisdom: Lessons from 40 Films in 7 Minutes,” which does just what it claims. Here is more from the editor:
I made this video because I love films and I think there is great wisdom inherent in the film medium. This video represents some of the best wisdom from films, edited together as a single coherent piece of advice on everything from life, death, and purpose, to anger, regret, and destiny. In creating this video, I tried to feature a broad array of films, from action/adventure and sci-fi films, to dramas and traditional/CG animated films in order to show how all genres of film have something important to say.
Watch the video embedded after the jump.
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