“Red Notice” is a tense but light-hearted action film with many rib-tickling quips, beautiful sights, fun characters, and plenty of guns. But for those who are looking for an action movie that is not too focused on the action itself, this might be a great option. Filled with moments of suspense and grief, director Rawson Marshall Thurber delivers an action film that emphasizes the characters’ interactions, motivations, and suffering.
Netflix has introduced its first interactive romantic comedy, “Choose Love,” and fans are super excited that they can make the main character’s decisions and choose which man she ends up with.
MGM+ has now released a docuseries discussing Ed Gein and his effect on society and culture called “Psycho: The Lost Tapes of Ed Gein.”
“The Nun II” is not perfect, but thankfully, it is a good time at the theaters with a group of friends.
“After Ever Happy” is exactly what viewers expected from the fanfiction franchise.
Gritty martial arts action mixed with political and racial tensions is rampant in the third season. Yet it still manages to showcase how working together is the best solution.
Want a reminder of what made the original so great? This list features the ten best episodes of Season 1 and their most spectacular and occasionally gut-wrenching moments.
The lovable Luffy is here to claim his crown as the king of pirates as Netflix releases its first season of One Piece.
The story starts out with a typical interaction between a somewhat aloof father (in terms of home life, not knowing about his wife’s day-to-day activities, his daughter’s soccer matches, or his son’s girlfriend) as he attempts to be more helpful by driving his kids for the first time.
‘Strays’ doesn’t attempt to tell a large, grand story filled with cleverly woven plot lines but instead keeps it simple.