Cartoon graphics mix with life or death situations creating moments that make you hold your breath in Suits.
Sonnie’s Edge, thanks to its protagonist, the monster fights, and what background we get, makes you clamor for more.
Five Feet Apart not only delivers the expected tears but the kind of performances which legitimize the YA genre beyond predecessors.
Madonna and the Breakfast Club takes a rarely seen approach to fleshing out a icons career in the best way.
I’m Not Here, as it traces its lead’s downfall, stirs up your emotions until tears spill out your eyes.
Happy Death Day 2U may feel like an unnecessary sequel, but it is nevertheless a fun time.
While I Want To Eat Your Pancreas is a bit heavy-handed about its lead character's death, at first, it’ll still find a way to leave you in tears.
What Men Want may be a reimagining of What Women Want, but Taraji P. Henson not only makes the movie premise her own but brings a truly hilarious experience.