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In many ways, Invader ZIM: Enter the Florpus is but an epilogue to the show which does leave room for a reboot but makes for grand finale.
Sextuplets is made strictly for fans of the comedic style Marlon Wayans has had since the 90s. Which is in desperate need of an update.
Where'd You Go, Bernadette explores what it means to lack an outlet and not be surrounded by people who try to understand you but want you palatable.
Good Boys is a hilarious take on what Gen-Z boys maybe going through, and may come off as exploitative of children as films vying for an Oscar nomination.
The Art of Racing In The Rain, gives us a more mature version of the dog movies which often are more so geared to kids and being cutesy.
While Otherhood’s exploration of mother/son relationships plays out too silly to be taken seriously, there remains enough heart to make it worth checking out.
The Boys gives us Greco-Roman style god-like heroes, and reminds us of the dark side the MCU and DCU don't show.
The Farewell is a classic. An undeniable, this deserves any hype it gets, needs to be used as an example in film study classes, kind of classic.
Family Reunion tries to tap into the vibe classic late 90s/00s sitcoms had and tries to modernize the feel to, sometimes, mixed results.