In “The Lost Girls,” legendary literary figure Peter Pan is used as an entry point to talk about generational trauma, mental illness, and feeling disconnected from reality.
Stories in the family tag aim to touch your heart by showing the love of either a blood or chosen family.
With one of the greatest women she has ever known passing, Ivy tries to figure out how to honor her grandmother’s legacy.
“The Summer I Turned Pretty” presents you with everything you’d want and need to swoon, laugh, and engorge.
What could work as a lovely coming-of-age film focused on a father/daughter relationship ends with a rather unnecessary twist.
“Cha Cha Real Smooth” is an undisputable reason to dust off your Apple TV+ account or start a free trial.
In perhaps the cutest short you’ll ever see, we watch a little girl idolize her mother’s hoop earrings and question what powers they hold.
The path to redemption has always been without explicit details, and for Humberto, he seems to feel his daughter’s life depends on him regaining his footing.
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.
In this remake of Firestarter, you get what purely feels like an origin story left on a frustrating ellipsis to set up a sequel.
Along For The Ride takes you on an emotional journey as you watch people heal, grow, experience many first-time moments, and get the strength to start a new chapter in their lives.