Mr. Thornton and Margaret’s kiss in North & South remains one of the most iconic moments in romance history.
Little Women 1995 original score by Thomas Newman is one of the most memorable (and deeply nostalgic) scores in existence.
Hallmark’s My Christmas Family Tree is a heartwarming tear-jerker with platonic and romantic relationships rightly balanced.
Red (Taylor’s Version) is a brilliant album around, but Taylor Swift’s “Begin Again” is an underrated jewel we don’t talk enough about.
Sadie Sink and Dylan O’Brien Deliver an Astounding Performance in Taylor Swift’s ‘All Too Well’ The Short Film
Dylan O’Brien and Sadie Sink put on an astonishing performances for Taylor Swift’s All Too Well The Short Film music video.
Kenneth Branagh’s Belfast is an achingly brilliant masterpiece with so many angles to take on and exquisite performances throughout.
She was fast-talking and quick witted, but more than anything Gilmore GIrls’ Lorelai Gilmore had a plethora of heart.
The Morning Show’s “Testimony” is all about accountability in the public way and what it truly means to be on the path towards growth.
Chicago P.D.’s “Fracture” makes it clear that healing starts from the root, forcing us to question if Voight’s time to step down might actually come.
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.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s Jake Peralta and Amy Santiago are one of the healthiest, most memorable couples ever and their journey is everything to us.
Marmee’s birthday in Litttle Women is integral to the heart of the film as she is the character who’d move mountains for her family.
The Christmas Promise features mutual pining, stunning holiday décor, loads of ugly (but lovely) sweaters, and dreams coming true for everybody.
Ramin Djawadi’s Eternals original motion picture soundtrack beautifully compliments the film’s essence, heart, and characters.
Hallmark’s Coyote Creek Christmas is a solid good time with a fun characters, and a sprinkle of the grump and sunshine trope.
Hallmark’s The Santa Stakeout is a trope-filled gem starring Tamera Mowry-Housley and Paul Campbell as undercover detectives Tanya and Ryan.