Overall, if you're looking for a pure comedy film with a bit of heart behind it, look no further, “Like A Boss” does a great job with that. Showcasing comedy, the true meaning of friendship and what finding your person in this world truly means, the actors do well with what they’re given.
“Knives Out” is the perfect crowd-pleaser with a star-studded cast and unpredictable twists and turns.
“Doctor Sleep” is a fine sequel of “The Shining” with strong characters, visually pleasing scenes and references to the original movie.
For the two protagonists, it was “love at first voice” in the 2018 remake of “A Star is Born.” Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper ooze chemistry right through the screen in this dazzling film.
Queen & Slim far exceeds the public’s stereotype that it is a “Black Bonnie & Clyde” and delivers on a compelling story with developed characters, fast pace, a solid soundtrack and a theme of survival.
Hulu premieres it's original “Dollface“ that is sure to warm your heart with feminist undertones and funny enough to keep you entertained.
The new “Charlie’s” Angels provide the same kickass, feminist power that we love and remember from the classics. This adaptation continues the previous series’ main story and introduces a new set of angels.
Emily Dickinson’s story is told in a new TV series, providing the audience with enough emotion and drama to keep them excited for season two.
A 2012 graphic novel comes to life in the hilarious new Netflix TV series Daybreak.
Paul Rudd stars in a hilariously dark new Netflix TV series, “Living with Yourself.” This comedy takes a dark turn after Rudd’s character is cloned.