Mindless escapism that works because of the film’s very likeable, charismatic comedic leads.
Not only is the film a crowd pleaser, it’s a reminder to always live life to the fullest no matter what obstacles you’re dealt along the way.
Good enough for a festival circuit that’s filled with film-literate audiences, but it may prove too bland and boring for the home streaming crowd.
A compelling coming-of-age documentary about tech wunderkind Ben Pasternak.
A confrontation over a stolen bicycle becomes a struggle between entitlement and advantage versus a perceived helplessness and weakness.
Over the course of a year, this documentary follows a group of children and films their weekly meetings at a grief counseling center.