“Only” is a sci-fi drama, with a small cast, that is less about entertaining its audience and more about trying to use the sci-fi element for a bait and switch.
Films that either received a limited release or are released digitally, but not as part of a major streaming distributor.
“10 Things We Should Do Before We Break Up” is an odd romantic drama in which a woman mulls an abortion or turning a one night stand into a lifetime commitment.
As its name, “Uncle Tom” is divisive when it shows its social conservatism, but in some of its critiques of the Democratic party, among other topics, points are made.
In “Suzi Q,” you get a profile of an innovative singer-songwriter-bandleader-multi-instrumentalist and poet: Suzi Quatro.
While “Miss Juneteenth” acts as a timely history lesson, it is the mother/ daughter relationship that is the main draw.
In “2 Minutes of Fame,” Jay Pharoah presents to you a movie that should have been a series, based on its premise.
If a fan of Bella Thorne, you’ll see she is in her element when it comes to playing Arielle in “Infamous.”
Mix “Home Alone” with “Hanna” and a little bit of Hit-Girl from “Kick-Ass,” and you get the sometimes shockingly violent “Becky.”
With the spin of grief manifesting itself, “Body Cam” explores police brutality and the conflicting emotions of a Black female officer.
Taking note of its criminal element, it’s ultimately the love we see blossom or renewed, that drives “Last Moment of Clarity.”