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.
Tall Girl's message gets lost due to the pursuit of validating its lead through the affections of a boy.
David Makes Man: Season 1, Episode 1 “David’s Sky” [Series Premiere] – Recap, Review (with Spoilers)
David Meets Man brings a vibe which feels like a small indie made with love into a series format with limitless potential.
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.
In Woodstock Or Bust, you get a film which teeters from being carefree, sometimes juvenile, to tapping into the darkness of the Northwest in 1969.
In trying to be a light drama, Trinkets avoids addressing what’s human about its characters and barely takes us beyond the surface.
One of two things comes from Someone Great: Wanting to call your best friends and say you love them, or wishing you have best friends you could call.
My Brilliant Friend: Season 1/ Episode 1 “Le Bambole (The Dolls)” [Series Premiere] – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)
While My Brilliant Friend overloads you with character introductions, the leads keep a tight enough grip for you to not end up lost.