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Leaving Neverland: Miniseries

The rabid fans can shut their eyes to reality and bark as loud as they want, but they have to be really fanatic to simply dismiss the claims made by these two men and how their experience with Michael Jackson affected them - and all those around them - for the rest of their lives.

Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes: Miniseries

The film doesn't seem to care enough about how fragile the whole case against Bundy in Florida was, but it does an excellent job bringing together all pieces of the story into a well-structured and well-edited examination of his twisted mind and crimes, according also to himself.

Olive Kitteridge: Miniseries
½

Frances McDormand and Richard Jenkins give their best as usual, but it can't be a good sign that the most (only) fascinating character in this uneven, confused miniseries (played by Cory Michael Smith) simply disappears without any explanation after serving no well-defined purpose.

Stranger Things: Season 1
½

A refreshing homage to the 80s (especially Steven Spielberg's movies) that will be pure nostalgia for those who grew up in that decade. Full review on filmotrope. com

Making a Murderer: Season 1

The kind of true crime documentary that is just too unbelievable and horrendous to be true, and while emotionally exhausting and also one-sided (to be honest, I wouldn't be surprised if Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey did in fact kill Teresa Halbach), it offers very strong arguments and evidence to support that they are both innocent and victims of an awful justice system.

The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst: Season 1
½

The last ten minutes are so disturbing and grotesque that they will leave me thinking about this whole business for a long time, and even though Jarecki's methods are ethically questionable (he withholds important evidence), this is a fascinating documentary that sheds light on something too bizarre to be real.