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Netflix: The Funny, Loving, and Tearful

Kristen Hernandez, Art Editor

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Welcome to my Netflix movie recommendation series, where my recommendations won’t affect you in any way! But hey, trust me, I won’t steer you wrong.

Want a movie that will get you to laugh so hard that your stomach hurts? According to Netflix’s comedy tab, the newly added Thor: Ragnarok is a great movie to watch with friends and family (although it is safe to say that lots of us have probably already seen it). Following the God of Hammers and his brother, the God of Pranks, this film takes both on a journey to defeat their sister who is the goddess of something very confusing. Oh, and don’t forget the drunk angel and the bodybuilder grinch!

The next movie I have is something that has been blowing up social media and you’ve probably seen mentioned countless times, the Netflix original To all the Boys I Loved Before. Yes, I am aware that it is generic but, honestly, it’s a pretty good movie. With its tried and true love story and Dallas From the Cell Phone Accessories Cart. It will give you butterflies in your tummy, or something stupid like that. Just give it a shot; chances are you’ll like it more than you think.

Now the movie that will get you to sob. Bridge to Terabithia. The heartbreaking story of two kids with a wild imagination who create their own world to escape the troubles of real life where they run with magical creatures and go on to build their own sacred tree house. In their world, bullies become trolls and dogs become brave warriors. There, the kids get to decide how their story goes. Trust me, it’s a must watch. Just be ready to be a heartbroken and emotional mess.

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Kristen Hernandez, Editor

Kristen Hernandez is a reporter for the Hawkview. She is creative and passionate individual. Hernandez is open to new tasks and is always excited to be...

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