Master Category List
We’ve come to a point where you can foresee more people who should be going home than should stay – for varying reasons.
We’re back to seeing things from Thur’s point of view, and it seems clear that Evie’s death note is absolute.
Evie finds herself calling upon The Birch once more and questioning whether she can truly justify what she has done and will do.
David Makes Man presents us with a coming of age story, featuring a young Black child, that often is restricted to indie movies which vie for Oscars.
Eli presents the unexpected, time and time again, to the point it will make you wish this was a mini-series, maybe of 2 – 3 episodes, than one movie.
As Layne mourns her relationship and what could have been, she sees what could be with Deon.
What does a killer with a broken heart do? Well, seek ways for cathartic release – that’s how.
Maleficent, once more, pushes you to wonder why doesn’t Disney reinvent its villains rather than lazily remake its classics?
Rhythm + Flow goes beyond what most of its competition does and shows us what these artists are selling. Question is, you buying?