In The Rings of Power Episode 1, Galadriel jumps into the water for two reasons, both connected to her family.
Is a vague TikTok really the only clue we have about a potential second season of Moon Knight? Give us the official word!
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Letters to Juliet beautifully honors the second chance romance trope with stunning performances and a moving screenplay.
Charlie and Nick’s hugs on Netflix’s Heartstopper are one of the show’s undeniable highlights in telling a love story.
Emily Henry’s Beach Read is the kind of novel that all writers could use when in doubt.
Paper Girls is intriguing, full of heart, fantastic characters, and the kind of show that just might surprise you if you let it.
Daisy Jones & The Six is intimate, achingly haunting at times, and intrinsically evocative with its stylistic approach.
Baz Luhrmann made this biopic film to capture the spectacle of Elvis and why he was so beloved by fans then and now.
If they were given a chance, Stranger Things’ Eddie and Chrissy would’ve actually changed the status quo of Hawkins High.
Jopper finally embarking on a romantic journey could be the leading paradigm for healthy relationships on Stranger Things.
New Amsterdam’s Helen Sharpe deserved a better ending than the one fans watched on-screen.
Stranger Things’ Steve Harrington is the kind of subtle hero whose past shapes his future in the most honorable way possible.
Eddie Munson feels like a character anyone could be friends with, no matter who they are or what they stand for
West End’s Mad House lives up to its title with intensely evocative performances. It’s a production you won’t want to miss.
Much like Christian and Satine’s love story, the “Elephant Love Medley” is an integral part of the film and the song that hits the hardest.
Netflix’s The Baby-Sitters Club was refreshing, wholesome, and the kind of inspiring show that deserved to be renewed.
The world could use more movies as hilarious and sweet as What’s Your Number starring Chris Evans and Anna Faris.
Trying on Apple TV is a wholesome must-watch for relatable character journeys and a sweet romance throughout.
Ewan McGregor’s performances as Obi-Wan Kenobi in Deborah Chow’s series feel like a comforting homecoming for us all.