In part 1 of “Unorthodox,” we are introduced to a young girl yearning for family, and what she gets instead is what it appears to be a religion enforced prison.
“Self Made: Inspired By The Life of Madam C.J. Walker” has the performances and inspirational story you expect, but also the kind of drama which keeps this from being seen as prestigious.
“My Hindu Friend” dances around the viewer's expectations by creating a sexual, emotional, and sometimes utterly weird tale based on Héctor Babenco final year of life.
Dolemite Is My Name is probably one of the few 2-hour movies, not made with a Marvel stamp which breeze right on by thanks to the charisma of its actors.
While it doesn’t dive too much into the argument against school choice, Miss Virginia does help you understand why many are for it.
Rocketman is like a stage musical turned movie, and if it wasn't so long and arduous, it could be perfect for both die-hard and casual Elton John fans.
Madonna and the Breakfast Club takes a rarely seen approach to fleshing out a icons career in the best way.
American Soul: Season 1, Episode 1 “Man Is First Destiny” [Series Premiere] – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)
BET has solidly found its lane by reminding the world of the glory of Black culture, especially through music, and this continues on American Soul.
Fighting With My Family is touching, hilarious, and has the kind of journey we’ve only gotten to enjoy in boxing films for the last few years.
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