Burrito Bloggers Weekend Watch 3/3/17

Just like our Monday Music posts, we like to suggest something to watch on Netflix for those weekends you look forward to the most. 

Here are a few suggestions that may spark your interest, the shows and movies range from all ages and can be found on Netflix!

I Don’t Feel At Home In This World Anymore – Netflix Original

Picked by Burrito Blogger Alexa Boggs (@alexaboggs)

A comedy drama, the story follows a woman who is upset how cruel people are in society. After her home gets robbed and she is missing her computer and silverware, she loses it and decides to hunt down the people who took it, just so she can tell them it was wrong. A very good film with lots of humor and heart in it, it stars Melanie Lynskey and Elijah Wood.

Imperial Dreams – Netflix Original

Picked by Burrito Blogger August Aguilar (@AugustAA92)

John Boyega stars in this drama film after his character gets out of prison and wants to care for his son. With his family still being involved in illegal activities and constant push backs that stops him from providing a safe home, he will do anything for his son and focuses on his writing to succeed.

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt – Netflix Original

Picked by Burrito Blogger Nicholas S. Cram (@instacram19)

Co created by Tina Fey, a girl who spent 15 years underground adjusts to a less sheltered life.

The OA – Netflix Original

Picked by Burrito Blogger Max Newman

Sci fi series that has gorgeous cinematography. Hey, the story line is alright, too. It follows a girl who has disappeared from her home as a teenager to return years later. Include actor Jason Issac’s, recognized as Lucius Malfoy to many, and you have a winner! Check out our full review of the series here!

Young Justice

Picked by Burrito Blogger Kristal-Kiser Funn

I love the characters and their super powers! (I wish I could have Megan’s powers!) I like how the characters change and develop throughout the show, and how they develop as a team.

Blue Exorcist

Picked by Burrito Blogger Mark Glotzbach (@markglotzbach)

It’s about the bastard son of Satan who was raised by an exorcist priest. After the death of his father he and his brother begin their journey to become the greatest demon hunters and take down Satan.

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