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.
‘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!
Please do NOT let Prime Video’s new series “Reacher” fly under your radar. It’s a show so intense and addictive that it’ll have you hooked before you know it. There is twist after twist in this crime drama, and they just keep coming.
Featuring one of the most specifically time-period relevant soundtracks, The Tender Bar soundtrack successfully combines the greatest hits from the late 1960’s, 1970’s, and early 1980’s with some lesser known songs by the biggest artists during that time.
This is such a relatable but personal story that I feel many will share a pretty heartfelt connection. The script is really a cocktail of life lessons, and there are so many instantly quote-able lines. Ben Affleck is the cool uncle you always wanted, and Tye Sheridan, Daniel Ranieri, and Lily Rabe are all great here.
Directed by Jonathan Butterell in their feature film debut with the movie adaptation of the musical ‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’ are none other than Max Harwood and Lauren Patel.
Shooting for an over-the-top, inspirational narrative mixed with some fresh stylistic choices, this new take on Cinderella relies heavily on feeling modern and its star-studded cast to deliver a fun yet predictable fairytale.
Season 2 of “Modern Love” has premiered on Amazon Prime Video today, and it maintains that sense of charm we came to love with the first season. Pulling stories from essays in the New York Times column, there’s something about a thirty-minute slice-of-real-life that makes this stand out from the sea of streaming options. Showcasing love in all of its different forms is what has set this apart, and I’m happy to say that thread is consistent with this second season.
Annette is here just in time to kick off another year of Adam Driver. Yes, Annette is a musical, but leave the Hamilton and Dear Evan Hansen type of musicals out of your mind going into this.