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“I Still Believe” with its tear-inducing story will make it so, even if you aren’t a person of faith, you’ll get why some hold onto theirs so tightly – despite it all.
All The Bright Places fulfills your need for butterflies and tears, as most YA novel adaptations do.
“Troop Zero” will have you ugly cry in the way Viola Davis is famous for as you follow Christmas Flint’s journey to becoming permanent.
Michael Bay’s love for explosions and expensive action scenes mixed with Ryan Reynolds’ humor is a match made in big-budget heaven.
Hair Love is a nod to those who have kinky, curly hair, and those who help them looking cute.
Into The Dark: A Nasty Piece of Work is likely one of the best entries into the series in a long time.
Queen & Slim shows we are truly in a golden age when it comes to media focused on Black lives made by Black people.