Saturday, January 16, 2021

What to Watch This Weekend: My Little Sister, If Not Now, When, Go / Don't Go, One Night in Miami, Jungleland, High Note, King of Staten Island, American Animals

For A Heartfelt and Heart Wrenching Family Drama: My Little Sister (Virtual Cinema)
My Little Sister has a heartfelt and heart wrenching story brought to life by the powerful and dynamic performances of Edinger, Hoss, and Albinus.  For more information, check out the review!

For A Movie About Friends And Drama: If Not Now, When? (Digital)
If Not Now, When highlights an all black female led cast with characters that are strong individually and because of each other, with realistic problems and emotional moments.  For more information, check out the review!

For An Apocalyptic Indie Gem: Go / Don't Go (Digital)
Go / Don't Go weaves a mysterious, slow-burning story fueled by beautiful cinematography and the introspective performance of Knapp, Luccardi, and Davis, in this indie apocalypse gem.  For more information, check out the review!

For Great Actors Playing Legends: One Night in Miami (Amazon)
One Night in Miami highlights four great actors as four iconic figures, with sharp, funny, and still relevant dialogue and a slow burning, emotional, and inspiring story.  For more information, check out the review!

For Those Trying To Change Their Life: Jungleland (Redbox)
Jungleland pits some good actors in a bare knuckle fight to better their lives.  It earns good marks for its stars and its classic sets.

For Those That Just Want To Sing: The High Note (HBO)
The High Note is a phenomenal feel good musical drama with fantastic characters, a story with plenty of surprises, and a soulful, wonderful soundtrack that will stay in your head long after the credits roll.  For more information, check out our review!

For Those Living Their Best Life - The King of Staten Island (HBO)
The King of Staten Island was one of the first films to go direct to on demand, and Pete Davidson's semi-autobiographical comedy-drama received rave reviews for Davidson's fantastic performance.  

For Those Looking For A Second Job: American Animals (Hulu)
Barry Keoghan shows why he is such a dynamic actor in this heist movie based on true events.  The film is stylish and high energy with a great cast and plenty of suspense.  

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