While many films romanticize having long-lasting friendships, “The Razing” reminds you of the trouble that comes from people knowing the worst about you.
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“Who Invited Them” reminds you of the dangers of having a house party where anyone could step into the place you call home.
In “The Immaculate Room,” a couple is challenged with being together in a room for 50 days with no distractions, and it unfortunately is as boring as it sounds – but it didn’t have to be.
“Baby Assassins” has the vibe of a zany anime that got a live-action adaptation and kept the eccentricities of its cast.
While the beginning of “No Way Out” gets you wrapped up in its leads’ love affair, once it transitions from being a romance, it is all downhill – right off a cliff.
In this dramedy, an act of revenge becomes a lucrative business that may not test friendships but does lead to unexpected consequences.
“The Wheel” questions whether love can heal someone with unresolved trauma who may not know what they have until they are about to lose them?
In “The Lost Girls,” legendary literary figure Peter Pan is used as an entry point to talk about generational trauma, mental illness, and feeling disconnected from reality.
With one of the greatest women she has ever known passing, Ivy tries to figure out how to honor her grandmother’s legacy.
In this crime drama, an egg and pork chop are cops looking for justice since there is a murderer killing eggs by the dozen.