“Everything’s Gonna Be Okay” presents the idea FreeForm can still be groundbreaking without necessarily being political.
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.
“Weathering With You” like “Your Name.” plays with your emotions, skips certain details, but is ultimately worth the price to see.
Somehow an hour and 19-minute film feels so much longer by means that is hard to explain, but we’re going to try.
It really is a shame A Rainy Day In New York will struggle to find distribution in the US. For while not Allen’s best work, it is still entertaining.
While Dare Me may have all the usual drama you expect from young adults, with the working-class town vibe, it seems less monotonous than its peers.
Cherry Tobacco pursues the rarely trodden path of having a young woman and older man with feelings for each other, without feeling exploitative.
With Waves, A24 continues to solidify that if it is the distributor, you will get more than a movie or show but an experience that will stay with you after the credits roll.
In Hala, a young woman faces a conflict between her parents, her upbringing, her heart, and control of her future.
Combine Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, a lead who reminds you of Ferris Bueller and your generic YA dystopian novel, and you get Daybreak.
Riot Girls may sometimes feel more like a concept film than a completed vision, but it lays enough of a foundation to be enjoyable.