Bubble is an absolutely beautiful movie to look at, with a very simple plot and set of characters.
New York Italians, mean French women, references to Aldovia and romance – The Royal Treatment is a fun new entry in Netflix’s Aldovia franchise.
In this 2 hour sci-fi, time-traveling film, we’re given a beautiful brother/sister relationship based on them only having each other after a series of losses.
A Christmas Stray addresses all those who focus on the hustle, perhaps out of fear of economic destitution, and reminds them there are more important things than money.
A Chestnut Family Christmas reminds you that if there is anyone you should feel safe to be vulnerable and honest around, it is family.
While the pacing can be slow at times, Afterlife of the Party does evolve into a fun, sometimes emotional, tale.
As with most of OWN’s “OWN For The Holidays,” First Christmas pushes new narratives beyond the Christmas formula, which might be the best one yet.
Cooking Up Christmas gives you a nice family movie dealing with coming back together after loss, lies, and setbacks that closes people off from what and who they love.
A Christmas For Mary makes it clear last year’s holiday offerings were a warm-up as clearly OWN wants to make a name for itself in the holiday movie market.
Love, Guaranteed, starring Damon Wayans Jr. and Rachel Leigh Cook, may not become anyone’s go-to romantic comedy, but it’ll undoubtedly be in Netflix’s top 10 for a few weeks.