Picking up from the story the movie set up, we switch focus to Ashley as she moves in with Miles’ bohemian mother and sex worker sister – and Ashley ain’t happy.
The Musical tag features both those who burst into song in front of you on stage or from the comfort of wherever you are.
Poser operates much like an action movie. The only difference is, rather than sitting through the story to get to the action sequences, in Poser you are awaiting the next musical performance.
Despite seeming like a generic party film/ girls trip, there is more to Carnaval than meets the eye.
While we wait for Jennifer Hudson’s authorized biography, “Respect,” Cynthia Erivo takes on the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin’s, story.
The United States vs. Billie Holiday all boils down to Andra Day as Billie Holiday, and playing on the hatred of the FBI you surely have by now watching these stories.
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.
Street Gang: How We Got To Sesame Street is filled with nostalgia and fleshes out your childhood memories with what it took to make you smile and learn.
Like most Pixar films, Soul bridges what is expected from animated films aimed at children and the type of stories that can bring adults to tears.
Ariana Grande’s Excuse Me, I Love You may not be a classic concert film, but for those who miss seeing live performances, it’ll give you what you need.
Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom gives you what you expect from Viola Davis, and in Chadwick Boseman’s final film, he makes it clear he could excel in a role of someone not already an icon.