Netflix’s Never Have I Ever has an incredibly winning season for a show that already had a stellar, engaging first run.
In Mark Raso’s Awake, chaos erupts when a solar flare wipes out technology and humans descend into madness after losing the ability to sleep.
Featuring a stellar supporting cast, including Julianne Moore and Brian Tyree Henry, Joe Wright’s direction is dulled by trying to play too forcefully with the audience’s perception of reality.
Produced by Lego Movie creatives Phil Lord & Chris Miller and directed by Michael Rianda in his directorial debut, The Mitchells vs. The Machines makes an excellent case for animation studios competing against the likes of Pixar.
Stowaway, the new Netflix film by Joe Penna and starring Toni Collette, forces its characters to reconcile with their mortality and survival.
In Netflix’s Thunder Force, Melissa McCarthy teams up with Octavia Spencer to play superheroes fighting deadly villains in the early ’80s.
Filmed over four years, Netflix’s Bad Trip starring Eric Andre and Tiffany Haddish is about chasing love.. potentially for the wrong reasons.
Concrete Cowboy handles its emotions delicately, and Caleb McLaughlin confirms that he is a star in the making.
Written, directed, and produced by J Blakeson, Netflix’s I Care A Lot repeatedly escalates the stakes with winning results.
Comparison’s will be drawn to director/writer Sam Levinson’s own experiences in Hollywood, but Malcolm & Marie is sumptuous.
Pieces of a Woman features a harrowing centerpiece that reverberates throughout the film, ensuring it resonates will beyond its runtime.
Father Soldier Son is an affecting and hopeful narrative, groundbreaking in its realism and genuine in its execution.
The Midnight Sky cements Clooney as a capable filmmaker, but without a fine-tuned script connecting the two most important elements of the story, the film feels listless.
An unexpected joy of the film where the songs resonate loudly and highlight why Over the Moon is a beautiful legacy to behold.