The Cow Who Sang A Song Into The Future boils down to toxic family relationships that need to be acknowledged, addressed, and corrected, or else that toxicity will kill more than just family members.
Maika is probably one of the most entertaining sci-fi action films, aimed at kids, I have either ever seen.
Gaining legal access to alcohol is seen as a right of passage. But, as shown in Single Drunk Female, alcohol also can become a crutch that is so hard to let go of.
What usually takes most shows a season or two to set up and shock fans with, Kings of Napa Valley decides to do all in its pilot.
In this 2 hour sci-fi, time-traveling film, we’re given a beautiful brother/sister relationship based on them only having each other after a series of losses.
Despite its obnoxiously long title, The World’s Finest Assassin Gets Reincarnated In Another World As An Aristocrat stands out amongst the reincarnated shows we’ve seen by presenting someone who isn’t out of their element but still has much to learn.
The King’s Men rids itself of its predecessors’ flashy style and humor for a more serious tone and tighter story.
A Journal For Jordan is one of the most romantic movies you may have seen in a long time, and its highlight on the sacrifices of military families will pull at your heartstrings.
While A Holiday Chance may seem like a video on demand release rather than a theatrical one, this one is for you for those who like holiday family drama.
A Chestnut Family Christmas reminds you that if there is anyone you should feel safe to be vulnerable and honest around, it is family.