A couple tries to work through one half exploring their gender or considering transitioning.
The human experience, sometimes at its most raw, is what you’ll find in the drama tag.
What was supposed to be a fun sexual encounter with a little romance turns into an unwanted conversation about race.
Struggling with moving on after the end of a notable relationship, Gabriela works to make ends meet and deal with their ex moving on.
While you can tell there should be a deeper story at play, “Wyrm” feels like it is missing the scenes/ details meant to bring you to tears.
Cronenberg’s latest is a body horror that seeks not to thrill but question the future state of humanity.
With “Hustle,” Netflix has seemingly made a commitment not only to Adam Sandler’s career as a comedian but also as a notable dramatic actor.
Better than the first, Grace VanderWaal returns as Stargirl, but now in Los Angeles, and as she crafts a new community, she hopes her mom’s instability doesn’t ruin her new home.
This coming-of-age story subverts what you may think it is about, based on the “Fortune Favors Lady Nikuko” trailer, and leaves you a tear-stained mess by the time it’s over.
The story of the Sex Pistols begins with a sad, lonely, but charming boy named Steve Jones trying to prove he is more than his molester says he is.
“Love Death + Robots” Volume III may not have the same story diversity as past volumes, but it is still a fun time for those who love animation.