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. [Read More]
Never Goin’ Back holds itself back from the many things which could have made this either really funny, insightful, or heartfelt.
Mid90s has the rawness of Kids, but feels less about being provocative and more about trying to present characters you’d think were based off real people.
To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before will make you cry, laugh, and reminisce about the first time you found someone you connected with like no one else.
In this coming of age, crime story, you get a little bit of everything. Forbidden romance, kid way in over their head, and the question of who will survive and will there be a happy ending?
Alex Strangelove is a frustrating movie for while you want to support the message and journey, then you think about the collateral damage.
It has been roughly a year since the events of the first book and now Leah is in the spotlight. Which may not be awkward for you but it is kind of awkward for her.
All These Small Moments gives you a taste of so many great stories and leaves you hungering for more from each one.