What to watch if Blonde’s CGI fetus raises your brow:
The Lost Daughter: In case you needed more proof that being a mom is the hardest job in the world (Netflix).
20th Century Women: Annette Bening took a dip in the mother lake and emerged with this classic. (Paramount+)
- Grey Gardens: If you watch this and say, “They’re just like me and my mom,” book a therapy appointment stat. (HBO Max)
What to watch if you laughed all the way through Don’t Worry Darling:
The Stepford Wives: This one’s supposed to be a comedy. (HBO Max)
Black Mirror: As over-hyped as it can be, at least it makes some damn sense. (Netflix)
- Desperate Housewives: The residents of Victory wouldn’t last a second on Wisteria Lane. (Hulu)
Blonde is undoubtedly the most polarizing film of the year, which means you have to see it to find out which side you stand on. Will you be a hater (like most) or a lover (like me)? One thing is for sure, you will be blown away by Ana de Armas’ uncanny interpretation of Marilyn Monroe.
Thoughts from The Binge, the Daily Beast’s entertainment Facebook group.
Are you vibing with Dahmer? If not, what is the best serial killer show out there and why?
“Dahmer is hard to watch. I can’t binge it, just too dark. Watching one at a time, followed by something light and airy.” Tracy D.
“Hannibal was the grossest show to ever be on network TV and NBC should be prosecuted for canceling it.” Sammy S.
- “Mindhunter and I’ll Be Gone In the Dark are phenomenal.” Chris D.
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