Without imagination, sincerity, or humor, Netflix's parody of the Eurovision Song Contest is bland and forgettable.
'She-Ra and the Princesses of Power' has always been vibrant and enchanting, and this final season is no different.
Andrew Patterson’s micro-budget debut featuring aliens in 1950s New Mexico injects the genre with enrapturing conversations and technical wonder.
Though Marjane Satrapi's effervescent vision and humor works to bring to life the story of world-renowned scientist Marie Curie, the film, unfortunately, falls flat.
Crystal Moselle’s HBO series premiere ‘Betty’ proves the importance of female skateboarders in an authentic and effortless way.
Hilary Brougher's latest is an intimate indie drama that uses its location to full effect.
'A Secret Love' explores the 65 year love story of Pat and Terry.
Ryan Murphy’s newest chronicle passionately renders Hollywood’s golden age, but its idealist attempt to rewrite the narrative isn’t without flaw.
'The Half of It' is charming ,but doesn't fully deliver on its promise.
'Blood Quantum' is a refreshing break from the same sad drama that is usually regurgitated when filmmakers, even those from an Indigenous or Native background, attempt to talk about the Indian experience.
When her best friend Fiona suddenly commits suicide, Jane (Jeanette Maus) quickly discovers that there is no easy or conventional way to deal with grief. To complicate her emotions further, Jane cannot