“Raising Dion” is a Netflix TV series that contains dramatic elements, action scenes, comedic relief, social-justice undertones and special-effect superpowers that are all combined to create an amazing new series.
The new "Joker" film shows audiences the twisted darkness that led the beloved DC villain to become what he is notoriously known as.
Little is a hilarious film with wonderful representation for the African-American community.
The Netflix original, Tall Girl, is a surprising hit with elements of love, humor and empathy.
Miss Bala is an action-packed, heart-racing film sure to keep you at the edge of your seat.
“Hustlers” is based off a true story about a group of strippers resorting to a life of crime because of the 2008 financial crisis. This American-crime drama, consisting of a star-studded cast and a star-studded story, is a funny, exciting and overall iconic movie that is sure to keep you entertained.
Don’t Let Go is the paranormal, time traveling, hair-raising thriller we didn’t know we needed.
It Chapter Two makes it’s return two years after the first one and comes back scarier than ever.
Most may know the story of The Lion King but just for review purposes, I’ll rehash it a bit before going into my review. The Lion King was a Disney classic from 1994 that tells a unique story of the circle of life through animals. Focusing on The Lion King, his son Simba and what leads him to eventually become king by following in the steps of his father King Mufasa. Along the way of Simba's journey, he learns the true meaning of stepping up for the ones you love as well as what it means to reign supreme as the wilds true king.
The Kitchen is a film that stars Melissa McCarthy, Tiffany Haddish and Elizabeth Moss as three women who, after years of playing the stereotypical women's role in their marriages, are now challenged with stepping up after their husbands are arrested in a robbery. Not your typical crime drama, we see three “Femme Fatales" as our leads mixed up in the nitty-gritty realities of crime. Which, in my opinion, serves as a high for the film to see the growth among the women as they turn into a force not to be reckoned with.