Heavily based on the Business Plot (a 1933 conspiracy to launch a coup against then-president FDR), three eccentric best friends (Christian Bale, John David Washington, and Margot Robbie) find themselves at the center of a murder investigation revolving around a deceased US senator.
Reviews for Bros have been extremely positive so far, critics praising the film’s incorporation of gay individuals and the movie’s hilarious script. It’s not only a great movie, but an important one as well — hopefully setting a standard for representation in modern romance films for the future.
Blonde follows silver screen legend, Marilyn Monroe (Ana de Armas), from her humble beginnings as struggling country girl Norma Jeane into her glory years as one of the most recognizable female actors in Hollywood.
Who would’ve thought one of the scariest images you could conjure up would simply be a person smiling? Drawing on that fear for our benefit, the filmmakers behind Smile create a genuinely terrifying horror film with a surprisingly poignant message hidden beneath its abundance of scares.
A movie that perfectly captures the whimsical tone and spirit of its source material, Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile is an effortlessly fun, lighthearted exploration of friendship that underscores the importance of never judging a book by its cover.