While the longing looks and stolen moments will entice you, it’s hard to move past how Sylvie’s Love begins soiled.
The Musical tag features both those who burst into song in front of you on stage or from the comfort of wherever you are.
In the last play Tyler Perry portrays Madea, we get one final reminder of why, despite some controversy, Madea is a renowned figure.
“Black Is King” belongs in the National Museum of African American History and Culture, and is another example of Beyoncé setting hard to follow precedents.
“Little Voice” is an absolutely adorable show, but if you don’t already have Apple TV+, is it worth another subscription?
On top of making you question why Tracee Ellis Ross isn’t a movie star, you’ll be SO MAD you likely won’t get to see this in theaters.
“Valley Girl” is a fun teen movie with 80s flair, music, and a simple, but likable, romance – ruined by bland characters.
“The Willoughbys,” in it exploring 4 kids with parents worse than Matilda’s, eventually warms your heart and may make you shed a Denzel in “Glory” tear.
“Trixie Mattel: Moving Parts” will remind you of a time when documentaries gave you the behind the scenes look that social media snatched away.
“Stargirl” in depicting what happens when you allow yourself to be what others want, brings about one of the best family appropriate live-action films from Disney in ages.
“High School Musical: The Musical: The Series” is a showcase of Disney’s up and coming talent beyond what we’ve previously seen.