UFO is one of the rare TV-MA young adult romances from Netflix that doesn’t seem to rely on lust but rather love to get you to stick around.
Don’t Kill Me is sparse on details to the point of wondering if something was lost in translation.
Even if you didn’t watch Wu Assassin in 2019, you could easily pick up what Fistful of Vengeance wants you to get – a whole lot of stylized fight scenes.
While Through My Window has your usual toxic, brooding, and handsome male lead, there is just enough given to the viewer to get past the trope.
Two is a notably strange movie that, unfortunately, doesn’t end with a quality reveal.
Night Teeth might have a thin plot, but it makes up for that by having entertaining action and through the performance of Debby Ryan and Lucy Fry.
In this pop epic, don’t expect much in the way of acting – it’s all about the visuals and music.
Really Love may have one story element we’re all far too used to but beyond that? It’s a swoon-worthy romance film.
How I Became A Superhero reminds you that superpowers have long lost their luster as a hook, and you need good characters and a story.
Awake could put you to sleep if it wasn’t for the much-needed screams and sounds of bullets being fired.