This week’s Mysteries in Media focuses on the ending of ‘The Lobster’ and the meaning of ‘Coconut.’
Adolescence is hard enough without having a child. But as avid skater and soon to be teen-dad Sam finds out in ‘Slam,’ sometimes life, history, and the world has a funny way of making things work out.
Sandler’s new movie ‘Sandy Wexler’ consists of the usual tired clichés and annoying characters.
‘Rock and a Hard Place’ focuses on the Miami-Dade Correctional Boot Camp and its goal of second chances for criminals.
Looking into the past and constantly yearning for it can come at the detriment of the future as we are the standard bearers for our age, our time, and our generation.
Rife with poignant symbolism, ‘Your Name’ detailing the struggles and triumphs of two star-crossed lovers inhabiting the others body for a time.
‘Going in Style’ touches on the struggles against the clock, while remaining light-hearted enough for any viewer to relate and relish in.
In his latest special ‘2017’ from the dark recesses of politicized conversation, Louis C.K. pulls out unapologetic opinions that are sure to stir up thoughts long after the laughs subside.
‘Ghost in the Shell’ conveys deep meaning while also remaining true to the source material.
‘The Boss Baby’ provides lots of laughs, a few tears, and plenty of interesting themes in an adorably professional package.