I’m going to go ahead and call it, but this is about to be the next big teen / young adult hit show sensation of the summer. There’s something for everyone to love here.
A heart-racing and breathtaking ride from start to finish, and, dare I say, it took my breath away.
Whether ‘Look At Me: XXXTENTACION’ is dealing with Jahseh Onfroy’s domestic violence and mental health issues or highlighting the highs and lows of XXXTENTACION’s career as an artist, this documentary isn’t afraid to show us a raw and unflinching look at the truth.
“Heartstopper” is officially streaming on Netflix worldwide, and I suspect this will be a big hit for many different audiences. The way it captures a Gen Z’s Spotify playlist without sounding like a collection of viral TikTok hits was done so tastefully, and the songs were perfectly aligned with the tone of each scene.
I didn’t think this show could get any more existential, but it managed to out-do last season somehow.
The film opens with a title card featuring almost comically large text that reads “THE BATMAN,” filling the entire screen in a tall, skinny, red, sans serif font. Somehow, that was already a good sign.
With the modern-day struggles our “Bel-Air” characters face also comes a modern-day soundtrack with artists from Philly to Cali.
“Marry Me” starring Jennifer Lopez, Owen Wilson, Maluma, John Bradley, Chloe Coleman, Sarah Silverman, and Michelle Buteau is finally streaming on Peacock and now playing in theaters.
With the movie comes a stellar soundtrack from stars Jennifer Lopez and Maluma, as well as the likes of Sigala, Ella Eyre, Meghan Trainor, French Montana, Galantis, MAX, and more!
‘I Want You Back’ is now streaming on Amazon Prime Video, and the rom-com is exactly what you need just in time for Valentine’s Day (and even after the holiday if you need a quick pick-me-up). Along with an exceptional cast, the movie features some really great music!
Kimi is now streaming on HBO Max, and Steven Soderbergh’s latest film boasts an interesting soundtrack. The music and score for the movie is actually pretty minimal, but there are some astounding musical moments going on here.