The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special is ridiculously fun and full of heart as it brings the joys of Christmas centerfold.
Rian Johnson’s Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery is a perfect sequel—it’s sharp, meticulously striking, and bold.
She Said is a brutally vulnerable film with women front and center as it reveals the importance of persistence, resistance, and using one’s voice for subjects that matter.
The appeal of Apple TV’s Spirited comes entirely from the meta-storytelling, the music, and the show-stopping cast.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is an homage to the strength uncovered when the love we carry translates into empathy and courage.
Lindsay Lohan makes a cozy, delightful comeback into the world of rom-coms with Netflix’s Falling For Christmas.
Enola Holmes 2 brings a fresh, fun new case to our screens with improved performances, characterizations, and relationships.
Lila Neugebauer’s Causeway is an intimate portrayal of a soldier’s struggles after returning home from a traumatic explosion.
Werewolf By Night is a sexy, brilliantly crafted must-watch even if Marvel or spooky films aren’t usually for you.
The Banshees of Inisherin is a hilarious, morbid, and beautifully shot film with astounding performers bringing uncertainties centerfold.
Seasoned romantic comedy darlings George Clooney and Julia Roberts make Ticket to Paradise an absolute joy ride.
Despite the faltering screenplay, Ethan Hawke and Ewan McGregor, as brothers, make Raymond and Ray worth watching.
Netflix’s The School For Good And Evil stumbles at times, but with great costumes, solid performances, and an intriguing premise, it works.
The Sanderson Sisters are back in hilariously, gripping force, making Hocus Pocus 2 an emotionally gratifying flight.
Full of hilarious performances and striking cinematography, See How They Run is an incredible time through and through.
With incredible performances and coming off of a great screenplay, Netflix’s Wedding Season is the rom-com we’ve been waiting for.
Baz Luhrmann made this biopic film to capture the spectacle of Elvis and why he was so beloved by fans then and now.
Not Okay on Hulu is a glaring look into the right and wrongs of the digital age of social media influencers with an exceptional cast grounding the screenplay.
Netflix’s Purple Hearts is an acceptable showcase of the “marriage of convenience” trope with a dash of forced proximity.
Netflix’s The Gray Man is like many action films that’ve come before it, but it’s great where heart is concerned.