Netflix’s The Gray Man is like many action films that’ve come before it, but it’s great where heart is concerned.
Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris, starring Lesley Manville, dazzles from start to finish while brimming with unparalleled hope.
Netflix’s Persuasion is far from the faithful Jane Austen adaptation we were looking forward to, but if you go into knowing this, it could still work…to a degree.
Mr. Malcolm’s List, the latest adaptation based on Suzanne Allain’s novel of the same name, is glorious from start to finish.
Thor: Love and Thunder is gorgeously shot, chaotically executed, tonally inconsistent at times, and yet a joy ride even when it pushes deeper into the cruelties of life.
The world could use more movies as hilarious and sweet as What’s Your Number starring Chris Evans and Anna Faris.
Father of the Bride 2022 celebrates marriage, families, and second chances with immense heart and amusing banter.
Cooper Raiff’s ‘Cha Cha Real Smooth’ is a Heartwarming and Vulnerable Film Featuring Standout Performances
Cooper Raiff’s Cha Cha Real Smooth is a must-watch feature for anyone who’s searching for a bit of warmth.
“Overcome” from Cyrano is miserable; it’s magical, and it has consumed my being for months.
Operation Mincemeat is a stylish dive into history with a fantastic cast ready to show off their chops at any given moment.
Turning Red is a tribute to fangirls — full of fan art, obsessing with your friends, and discovering the beauty of caring deeply.
The Lost City, starring Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum, hilariously honors the romance genre with a new adventure film.
The Outfit is an impeccable mystery thriller that easily provides one of the best performances of the year.
The Batman finds its perfect balance through a closer look into the fears and scars that make Bruce Wayne the superhero that he is.
Marry Me movie is a delightful romantic comedy that reminds us of the fact that Jennifer Lopez can do no wrong.
Netflix’s The Royal Treatment isn’t perfect by any means, but its delightful cast is worth watching the film for.
Based on best-selling novelist Nora Roberts’ Brazen Virtue, Netflix’s Brazen is a must-watch film fans of the genre are bound to adore.
In every way, Spider-Man: No Way Home is the perfect tribute to chosen families and the impact they have.
Lucy Hale and Austin Stowell are fantastic, and if you’re a fan of romantic comedies, then The Hating Game is easy to love.
Directed by Lin-Manuel Miranda and starring Andrew Garfield, tick, tick…BOOM! is one of the best films of the year.