Yes Day not only makes for a good movie to watch with your kids but may inspire you to implement Yes Day into your family’s routine.
Boogie tries to be a coming of age tale, romance, drama, and feature its leads heritage to varying degrees of success.
Raya and the Last Dragon acts as a reminder Disney can still make impactful original productions that will not only make you cry but be added to their collection of classics.
Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry acts as a reminder of not only the brilliance of Eilish, but of her age, frailty, and how a small team made a world-renowned artist.
Kenan feels a bit overdue and maybe for the wrong network, but there is no denying it has heart, borderline corny jokes, and makes for something you can watch with your kids.
Who of us didn’t want to spend more time with our parents, specifically see what they did when we weren’t around? That’s what Kati gets to do in Bambirak.
An absent father finds himself working the wedding of the daughter he never got to know.
Pieces of a Woman is the type of cinema that may benefit from a streaming release as moments come when you need to pause and walk away for a moment.
As with most of OWN’s “OWN For The Holidays,” First Christmas pushes new narratives beyond the Christmas formula, which might be the best one yet.
Cooking Up Christmas gives you a nice family movie dealing with coming back together after loss, lies, and setbacks that closes people off from what and who they love.