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From 'Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery' to 'Vinland Saga': T Magazine picks of the week

Here's what to watch, play and listen to this week

By Entertainment Desk |
PUBLISHED January 14, 2023

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Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

The sequel to the 2019 installment is full of intrigue and energy, but maybe just a tad predictable. Peel away the layers of the perfectly crafted glass onion and unravel the old-school type mystery. As you find yourself deeply engrossed in the background of the characters to understand their motives and sometimes not very nice intentions, every now and again the movie surprises you with crisp comedy. Daniel Craig returns as the master detective Benoit Blanc with a new supporting cast and the smokin’ hot Madelyn Cline.

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Vinland Saga

For mainstream viewers, the story is too dependent on its historical roots but if you love history, the Vikings, wars and violence, you will feel right at home watching Vinland Saga, a gorgeously animated historical series. The characters are lovable, even though the plotline spans over years and years. From the very first episode, you will find yourself sucked right into this dark, but visually striking tale of a young boy Thorfinn Thorsson, and his sorrow and frustration, as he grows up under the tutelage of his father Thors Snoresson. 

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1984 by George Orwell

George Orwell’s nearly 70-year old novel rings all too familiar bells in a strangely creepy way. In his dystopian novel, Orwell created “Big Brother”, representing a totalitarian government and with it “Big Tech”. In a strikingly scary resemblance to smartphones, the “telescreens” in Orwell’s novel can’t be switched off, record every conversation and monitor every movement of his characters. As television screens watch you, everyone spies on everyone else, just the way social media collects every action we make online, and feeds some omniscient presence in our lives.

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