Ozark’s last season at times feels formulaic, and seemingly recognizing that you can see dramatic decisions were made in an attempt to shake things up.
Stories in the family tag aim to touch your heart by showing the love of either a blood or chosen family.
Best described as coming-of-age body horror, Hatching is just as much about the monster as an independent thing as its connection to the lead.
In almost the best way possible, the final season of Better Things is more of the same.
Blood, honor, love, and betrayal keep you engaged for over 2 hours in this epic revenge tale.
As They Made Us is an ode to children with complicated relationships with their parents, who stuck by them even when they knew, and were told they shouldn’t.
With a nearly perfect balance of comedy, action, and emotional moments, Spy x Family is more than meets the eye.
For nearly two hours, you are left with not only the mystery of who did what, but who will pay for the crime?
Between depression, various “What if?” scenarios, and relationships in disrepair, it is all presented in the sometimes overwhelming Everything Everywhere All At Once.
What might be sold as a sci-fi action-adventure, with Ryan Reynolds™ styled comedy, is really a tear-inducing family drama.
Family Squares is the kind of film which will make you laugh, cry, and maybe even call your family – including members who get on your last nerve.