“Aftersun” is a dry, slice-of-life family movie that makes you wonder if you missed something of note while watching.
Stories in the family tag aim to touch your heart by showing the love of either a blood or chosen family.
While there are times when the drama of Tess’ life makes this tedious to watch, by the end of “Dear Zoe,” you’ll nonetheless find yourself potentially in tears.
By having a small cast with volatile emotions paired with a fat suit that is used to elicit sympathy, “The Whale” may make you cry, but its lasting impact is questionable.
The third adaption of John Ajvide Lindqvist’s novel brings a heart not seen as strong in the previous movie adaptations.
“Lyle, Lyle Crocodile” knows what the heart of the film could be, yet it refuses to stick to it and thus becomes a forgettable movie hoping to cash in due to lack of competition.
While “Game of Thrones” is considered Bella Ramsay’s breakout role, Birdy has given proof that Ramsay can and will have diverse stardom.
Season 5 of “The Chi” continues to give what is expected, in terms of presenting a complex view of the city, while making improvements to how the girls and women are developed.
“About Fate” is a cute and simple romantic comedy with minor dramatic elements that has the potential to make you swoon a bit.
What may appear to be a story about two working-class sisters trying to give their little sister the life they didn’t have evolves into something more dramatic.
“Look Both Ways” reminds you that what is meant for you will happen, whether you have a child or not.