Unfortunately, The 355 is a run-of-the-mill action movie with meek attempts at building notable relationships between its stars.
Little Monsters surprisingly will make you emotional, laugh, and sometimes believe one of the kids will probably get eaten by a zombie.
Us, at first, circumvents a lot of what you expect from a horror/thriller. However, after a while, it overstays it’s welcome and its ending? Well…
August 28: A Day in the Life of a People needs to be a perennial feature on OWN, and a play done across the nation during Black History Month.
Between having a sense of culture unlike the rest of the MCU, one of the best villains, female characters who are far beyond being simply love interests and so much more, Black Panther puts the rest of the universe on notice.
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12 Years A Slave tests your ability to stand the gruesomeness of slavery and, to me, it seems Steve McQueen tried to cover every aspect possible of slavery, rather than just focus on the long suffering male.