In the musical Sneakerella, you get an almost DCOM vibe from the latest Disney+ release.
The adventure tag features those who travel beyond their home, or hometown, to find themselves, others, or something of great value.
In this remake of Firestarter, you get what purely feels like an origin story left on a frustrating ellipsis to set up a sequel.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness works as not only a sequel to Dr. Strange’s first movie but also a sequel to Wandavision.
Bubble is an absolutely beautiful movie to look at, with a very simple plot and set of characters.
Once again a toxic and tumultuous romance is mixed in with a weak mob story to deliver what, at best, is like the soft-core porn HBO and Cinemax show late at night.
While it doesn’t start off great, as it ventures into the bizarre, The Man Who Fell To Earth will capture your attention.
Blood, honor, love, and betrayal keep you engaged for over 2 hours in this epic revenge tale.
With a nearly perfect balance of comedy, action, and emotional moments, Spy x Family is more than meets the eye.
Moonshot is your run-of-the-mill, improbable romance that is fun to watch and easy to forget.
Between depression, various “What if?” scenarios, and relationships in disrepair, it is all presented in the sometimes overwhelming Everything Everywhere All At Once.