Between depression, various “What if?” scenarios, and relationships in disrepair, it is all presented in the sometimes overwhelming Everything Everywhere All At Once.
Expired will likely be one of the most dreary films you could ever see that didn’t involve watching someone be traumatized.
Here you’ll find new shows and seasons coming soon, from various networks/platforms that should be on your radar.
What might be sold as a sci-fi action-adventure, with Ryan Reynolds™ styled comedy, is really a tear-inducing family drama.
Moonfall is a popcorn film full of dumb fun – the moon falls (and that’s not even the craziest part), things get spectacularly destroyed, and the US tries to nuke the moon (of course they do).
Kimi is a meek thriller that doesn’t fully tap into the role of listening devices or the people who troubleshoot the AI behind them.
Maika is probably one of the most entertaining sci-fi action films, aimed at kids, I have either ever seen.
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.
With the rare 40+ minute pilot, Tokyo 24th Ward seems to want to set a difficult precedent for other anime to follow in 2022.