Robyn Hurder’s Tony-nominated performance as Nini in Moulin Rouge: The Musical! is worth celebrating entirely for Hurder’s unbridled passion.
Lovesick on Netflix is a must-watch for romantic comedy fans.
Every interview Andrew Garfield gives about Spider-Man: No Way Home has us blubbering like fools and we’re fine with that.
The Family Stone is a lovely story about family dynamics, but also…THAT HOUSE.
Because we can’t get enough of Crash Landing on You, this time we’re talking all about the Se-ri and Jeong-Hyeok scenes that we love most.
With just 100 days until Sanditon Season 2 premiers on Masterpiece PBS, now is the perfect time to discover or rediscover the first season.
In a roundtable discussion, writers take a deep dive into Apple TV+’s The Morning Show Season 2 hits and misses.
What is a classic Christmas film if not something you watch every year without every getting tired of? New and old, these are some favorites.
Crash Landing on You from Netflix and tvN is a binge worthy treat that all romance lovers need to watch right away.
The Rookie’s Chenford is one of the best slow burn ships on TV right now and considering we don’t have much, we decided to pick through our favorites.
Stranger Things’ “The Gate” is a perfect TV episodes with incredible moments to highlight the show’s greatest strengths.
The Addams Family is a love story because both Gomez and Morticia are equal players in everything they do, both as lovers and as parents.
The Baby-Sitters Club season 2 stood its ground exquisitely through the kind of growth that’s crucial to see on television—realistic storylines polished with plenty of heart.
Summit Entertainment’s 2008 film, Penelope is rarely on fall watch lists, but it’s the perfect kind of underrated gem that deserves to be.
Boy Meets World’s “And Then There Was Shawn” is an A+ spooky standalone, and a must watch during the fall season.
Northanger Abbey is Austen’s most spooky, fall film and while it’s always an appropriate time to watch it, October is truly the best time.