Stay far, far away from farms, oceans, and children.
If 2018 was the year of the rom-com renaissance, 2019 is shaping up to reboot the horror genre. Sure, last year gave us the Jamie Lee Curtis helmed Halloween revival we truly deserved, but this year marks the return of Pet
What a year.
What's your favorite Marvel movie? Cool. This one is better. The cast is phenomenal, the direction (by Ryan Coogler) is on point, and the message is essential. Wakanda forever.Based on the fantasy novel by Madeleine L'Engle, this
Time to start living like Elle Woods after Warner told her she wasn't smart enough for law school.
Someone broke your heart? Guess what? Screw that person! They don't deserve you! You are a queen (unless you are a king) and you deserve everything wonderful. And you will get it; don't worry. But first, you cry!
Including a bunch of very exciting Disney offerings.
While there's only a few months left in 2018, it still has a bunch of amazing movies to offer! Here are more films to get excited about.Has there ever been a better film-casting than Emily Blunt as Mary
You never know—you might just find yourself obsessed with K-dramas, too.
Sometimes, you find yourself wondering why a movie so epic has to end so soon, like an hour or two can feel like it's not enough.We know sequels and spin-offs to our favorite rom-coms might be unnecessary,
This better be a multi-movie deal like 'Twilight.'
It's been six years since the last Twilight movie came out, and it's due time that Kristen Stewart joins another huge Hollywood blockbuster. Even though the several films and projects she's worked on since 2012 were
Florals? For spring? Groundbreaking.
The Devil Wears Prada is and will always be an absolute classic, and we've lost count of the number of times we've binge-read the book and settled down with a truckload of snacks to watch the film.
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