“I Still Believe” with its tear-inducing story will make it so, even if you aren’t a person of faith, you’ll get why some hold onto theirs so tightly – despite it all.
Browsing: Young Adult
In the Young Adult tag, you’ll find coming-of-age stories and productions featuring those in their late teens through twenties getting their lives together.
All The Bright Places fulfills your need for butterflies and tears, as most YA novel adaptations do.
After proving herself to be able to carry multiple films, even if they are meh, “I Am Not Okay With This” allows Sophia Lillis to be in her element and kick ass.
In this coming of age tale, everything is about that one chance to make it and if things don’t come together, the worst happening.
“Violet Evergarden I: Eternity and the Auto Memory Doll” reminds you no matter how much time has passed, you can still be strongly affected by a well-developed character.
“The Thing About Harry” brings us beyond gay couples dealing with trauma and the dramatics of the first time. It’s just about the awkwardness of love.
Zoey Kravitz’s “High Fidelity” may not have too much of a hook beyond herself and Da’Vine Joy Randolph, but that might be all it needs.
While a bit longer than it needs to be, “To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You” will stir up your emotions just like the first film.
While “The Assistant” may seem like it wants to play upon the multiple #MeToo scandals, it sidesteps sensationalism in its approach.
While you have to appreciate the sense of ownership, value, and advocacy “Jezebel” presents when it comes to Black bodies, it’s not the most entertaining thing to watch.