Assassination Nation

Sam Levinson’s Assassination Nation is a searing commentary on internet culture, violence, and the male gaze. The film, which was released in 2018, centers on a group of high school girls in Salem who become the target of a malicious hacker. As their secrets are revealed to the town, the girls are subjected to increasing levels of harassment and threats of violence.

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Bridesmaids is a 2011 hilarious comedy directed by Paul Feig and centers on the stresses and strains of being a bridesmaid. Annie’s life is a bit of a mess when she finds out her best friend Lillian is getting married. She agrees to be maid of honor, but quickly discovers the role comes with more than its fair share of drama.

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Prisoners is a 2013 American mystery thriller film directed by Denis Villeneuve and written by Aaron Guzikowski. The film stars Hugh Jackman as Keller Dover, a father desperate to find his daughter and her friend after they go missing. Jake Gyllenhaal stars as Detective Loki, the lead investigator on the case.

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Secretary Screen Facts

Secretary follows a young woman named Lee Holloway who was recently released from a mental health institution. She lands a job as a secretary for a demanding lawyer, Mr. Grey, and their relationship becomes sadomasochistic in nature.

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Euphoria Screen Facts

Euphoria follows a group of Generation Z high school students as they navigate relationships, drugs, violence and much more. The series begins with Jules, the new girl in town, and Rue, a recovering drug addict, forming a friendship as they navigate the world.

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Till Death Screen Facts

In the 2021 thriller titled Till Death, audiences follow a woman handcuffed to her dead husband. He orchestrated a sick revenge plot for his wife’s infidelity. Stuck in the middle of a snowy wonderland, she must figure out a way to survive while two killers are after her.

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