Friday, September 10, 2021

What to Watch This Weekend: Everybody's Talking About Jamie, Martyrs Lane, Final Set, Malignant, Worth, 12 Mighty Orphans, Hood River, Killing of Two Lovers

For A Musical Journey Of Self Discovery: Everybody's Talking About Jamie (Theaters)
Everybody's Talking About Jamie and rightly so; the movie adaptation of the musical has entertaining and impactful songs, a vibrant cast, and an emotional story about finding yourself.   For more information, check out the review!

For A Subtle Unconventional Haunting: Martyrs Lane (Shudder) 
Martyrs Lane is a sumptuously subtle tale about grief, love, and religion that has a slow burning story and a softer, but no less horrifying, supernatural experience for the viewers.  For more information, check out the review!

For A Drama About Sports And Life: Final Set (Virtual Cinema)
Final Set is a masterful sports drama, that focuses as much on life as it does on the sport through its fantastic characters, dramatic music, and exciting and intense finale.  For more information, check out the review!

For An Inspirational Sports Drama: 12 Mighty Orphans (Amazon)
12 Mighty Orphans scores with its blend of comedy and drama, interesting characters, and truly inspirational story of sports and life.  For more information, check out the review!

For A James Wan Throwback Horror: Malignant (Theaters and HBO Max)
James Wan's new horror film has hints of 80s horror and a lot of big ideas.  It is mixed, but generally positive reviews.

For A Drama Worth Your Time: Worth (Netflix)
Michael Keaton has come back to films with a vengeance and Worth is his latest film, which is getting great praise for its gripping and thoughtful nature.

For A Simmering Family Drama: The Killing of Two Lovers (Hulu)
The Killing of Two Lovers is a powder keg of emotion that follows a stressful family situation with great dialogue, cinematography, acting, and a compact story.  For more information, check out our review!

For A Sports Drama That Looks At Race And Class: Hood River (Digital)
Hood River looks at race and class through the lens of small town soccer, with good lessons in hard work, empathy, perseverance, and leadership.  For more information, check out the review!

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