In an attempt to appeal to casual viewers, Netflix's Death Note forsakes the core qualities of the series causing it to become an awful adaptation.
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Looking for the greatest mafia films ever made? These ten movies are great examples of the genre and will make you want to join the mob.
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Call the FBI because Seth Tomko reviews Michael Mann's Public Enemies.