“Dang it, I am sick and tired of everyone's asinine ideas about me. I'm not a redneck, and I'm not some Hollywood jerk. I'm something else entirely. I'm... I'm complicated!” - Hank Hill
This highly controversial and emotionally charged ending of 'Promising Young Woman' is one worth fighting for.
A list as chaotic and unpredictable in tone as the year that gave it life and further evidence that 2020 is one giant trauma response.
The stripped down episode hits like a therapy session, but reminds us why we need to appreciate those who came before us.
Disney+ has something for everyone, young and old to appreciate. Time up your Zoom calls and synchronize those play buttons, here are 10 of the best Christmas movies available on Disney+.
When it comes to cinematic holiday fare, Hulu is offering some of the best and most diverse streaming options.
Celebrating Christmas this year is going to be weird for a lot of us, but the magic of the movies can help our Grinch sized hearts grow three sizes and Netflix has plenty in store to choose from.
Nothing says “Christmas” quite like Ryan Reynolds lip syncing All-4-One and Anna Faris spitting bubbles of toothpaste.
There are few people who look back on their teenage years with fondness, and it’s safe to assume there are even fewer who would willingly relive the anguish of their youth.
We’ve all been thirsting for new releases now that theaters are less-than-preferred for pandemic movie watching audiences, but sometimes it feels really nice to watch a familiar favorite.
No funds? No problem. Thanks to an endless supply of free streaming apps, you’re only a few commercial breaks away from getting your binge fix without breaking the bank.
While 2020 seemingly continues to try and crush humanity from every angle, Netflix has a slew of comedy films to help us remember to escape for a few hours and laugh.
Thanks to Netflix, you can stream some of the scariest films this Halloween season from the comfort of your living room.
Binge-watching has never been easier, and we’ve got the guide for the Netflix shows most worthy of your couch time.
Adam Sandler is perhaps one of Hollywood’s most polarizing yet prolific leading men, and yet his films are so popular, Netflix can’t greenlight them fast enough.
Narrowing this down to twenty mentions is one of the most stressful things we’ve done all year, and that’s saying something.
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