Based on a book from 1967, “The Bikeriders” tells a compelling story about biker culture and specifically the culture within the Vandals gang.
“Priscilla” presents the less fantasized view of one of the most iconic women in Hollywood history.
The final episode of “Attack on Titan” has closed the chapter on Eren Yeager’s story, but no one will forget the epic storyline and battles of season 4.
A woman named Liza, desperate to get a job and steady flow of cash for her and her daughter, meets a man named Pete who tells her he could make her 100k in a year. That was only the beginning.
The series has been praised for being fun adventure games with an engaging story. Many say the games almost feel like interactive movies, with some even saying that they are better movies than the actual “Uncharted” (2022) film. With all that in mind, here is a ranking of all five canon games.
From Neon, “It Lives Inside” follows a girl desperate to fit in at school. When a mythological demon latches onto her friend, she must come to terms with her heritage to defeat it.
As a prep school student enters the world of college, he subsequently enters the world of his dreams as he falls for one of the popular guys and is invited to his summer home in Saltburn.
“The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar” boasts a terrific cast and Anderson’s signature style, but it leaves a hint of flimsiness that prevents the viewer from being fully engaged.
The film sounds like an interesting survival story, but it falls short in a multitude of ways and veers toward bad storytelling most times.
The common tale of woe begins with a pain drug that could be the savior of the world as it is strong but non-habit-forming. But this drug is too good to be true, as are many modern drugs.