Am I OK? is a heartwarming and touching story about life, friendship, and love. It’s sweet, funny, and an absolute delight to watch.
Speak No Evil is extremely hard to watch — but like a train wreck you can’t look away from. A bit predictable, but that doesn’t make it any easier to digest.
A real and raw look at humanity and how quickly something can escalate in just a week. An absolutely haunting ending that will stick with viewers.
Justina Machado voices the daring newcomer to the Ice Age franchise named Zee — a positive role model for young kids everywhere.
Never fearful of touching on the difficult times in their lives, Lucy and Desi is a definitive, touching, and essential look at two of the greatest minds in television history.
Sundown starts off very interesting and feels like it is setting up for something massive to happen, and then unfortunately nothing does.
Resurrection is a psychological thriller that takes viewers on a wild and crazy ride through torment, misery, and abuse.
Alice has a great premise but only an average execution. Too many moments are rushed and unbelievable. Still, Keke Palmer is phenomenal.
Cha Cha Real Smooth will hit home for plenty of people who feel like they’re barely making it through, but hopefully it’ll remind them that it’s OK.
“Babysitter” is a bit of a head scratcher with what it’s trying to say, but Chokri deserves plenty of credit for taking on misogyny and sexism in a lighter way.