Quaran-stream these shows and movies recommended by the Sabre Voice


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Here at the Sabre Voice, we each enjoy our share of streaming services – and binging TV shows and movies has become a norm for many of us. So, we wanted to share some of our favorite picks and encourage you to check some of these out! Quarantine and chill with this what to watch list: 

Jazmyne enjoyed The Highwaymen – “Movie on Netflix about the finding and stopping of Bonnie and Clyde. Stars Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson. Interesting to see the law enforcement side of the iconic duo’s end, great late-night movie watch.” 

Laney loved Outer Banks  “Show on Netflix contains one season of 10 episodes, and is about a high school group of kids that want to carry out on of their dad’s legacy. Also, it’s like a murder mystery. It’s great to watch because it keeps you on your feet and with its fast pace, you’re always wanting to know what happens next.” 

Gracie gave Tiger King a chance – “Thought I would ignore the ad on Netflix for a while and then someone eventually convinced me to watch it. Whether you’re a fan of documentaries or not, this is a really interesting and sometimes disturbing show to watch. There’s only seven episodes so it’s super easy to binge-watch during quarantine.” 

Martin was moved by Community – “I was not expecting such a funny and loveable show when I started watching. With six seasons (and on both Netflix and Hulu), this sitcom follows a unique group of community college students. Though they may all seem crazy in their own way, they are captivating. Their engaging characteristics make them hilarious and unforgettable.” 

Logan liked Coffee and Kareem – “I recommend this on Netflix. It’s a cop comedy starring Ed Helm from The Office and Hangover. It’s so funny! I thought it was gonna be bad, but it was one of the funniest movies I’ve seen in a while. Either this or Chris D’elia’s newest stand-up special (No Pain) also on Netflix. 

Brandon brings you Advanced Adolescence – “Streaming on Hulu, it’s directed by Judd Apatow and has Pete Davidson in it. It’s sort of a coming-of-age movie where one kid (Pete Davidson) around 10 years old starts hanging out with older kids, sells drugs to seem “cool,” and gets arrested but eventually turns his life around. I thought the story was easy to follow and I was pleasantly surprised with how it turned out!” 

Emma is excited to share The Haunting of Hill House – “Slightly older Netflix series that was released in 2018, but is timeless and absolutely gripping. The Crain siblings grew up in Hill House, a dark mansion filled with all kinds of evil, and following a tragedy in their adult lives are forced back together to confront these evils once again. Its one and only season appeals to horror, thriller, and adrenaline-junkies alike.”