“Goodbye, Don Glees!” is a coming-of-age story that takes longer than it should to hook you, but once it has you, you’re attentive.
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While Mrs. Harris has all the charm in the world, unfortunately, dry supporting characters are too much to compensate for.
Better than the first, Grace VanderWaal returns as Stargirl, but now in Los Angeles, and as she crafts a new community, she hopes her mom’s instability doesn’t ruin her new home.
With a strong focus on children needing the ability to meaningfully express themselves and find comfort, The Tiger Rising allows its young leads to exhibit notable performances.
When not paired with action, drama, or being an adventure, sci-fi is a tough sell, and After Yang shows why.
Belle touches your heart in every which way possible. Be it through song, exploring a person’s trauma, or by instilling hope that one day you may not move on but at least heal.
While Sing 2 still avoids making significant strides in developing its characters, there is no denying that it is a crowd-pleaser.
Fully expect Encanto to dominate this upcoming award season for its lessons, its themes, its characters, even its immigrant story, it is all too perfect.
Funny, heartwarming, and potentially tear-inducing, Clifford The Big Red Dog not only brings back childhood memories but begins a lovable new story.
Resort To Love approaches the line towards being messy, as unresolved feelings nearly destroy a wedding.