In depicting the awkwardness of coming out and exploring in your 30s, in this generation, Am I Ok? brings you a coming-out story far different than what we’re usually given.
Asking For It has a B-Movie vibe as it has a group of radical feminists take on incels and the patriarchy.
While, unfortunately, foregoing a theatrical release, Antebellum still has a planned release on September 18th. Come read up on its characters.
Lady and The Tramp leads you to question if the movies released on Disney+ are simply the ones they knew wouldn’t make blockbuster profits.
Sweetheart reminds you: Believe Black women, don’t test Black women, and support Black women.
RENT: Live does occasionally stumble, and may not live up to expectations, but you can see an effort made to honor the spirit of the musical.
With 2018 officially over, here is a list of actors who challenged expectations, and whose future productions should be on your radar.
Hearts Beat Loud is the type of indie you wish was on Netflix for the sake of being accessible yet also presents the argument of why some films must be seen in theaters.
The Fruit Trilogy is certainly an experience and I use that as both a positive adjective and as a bit if a euphemism.
Little Bitches has this quality to it which makes it seem like a failed MTV pilot was made into a movie covering what the first season would cover. Minus some essential details.