"Love, Simon" is a new "Sixteen Candles" for this generation. The acting is wonderful, the story is heartwarming and the diverse cast has great on-screen chemistry. This coming out rom-com will make you laugh and cry.
"Sorry To Bother You" is by far one of the most original and witty movies you'll see in 2018. With it's razor-sharp writing and hilarious dialogue, you'll feel refreshed in Boots Riley's debut feature-length film chuck full of WTF moments.
After seeing the first two episodes of "The Last O.G." at SXSW, I was absolutely howling with laughter. I think you'll be too once you see what all the hype is about when the tv show premieres on TBS in April.
Max Irons, Leem Lebany and Brendan Fraser will hook right into watching Condor from the very first opening scenes of this high-stakes CIA television thrill ride debuting this summer on June 6th from AT&T Originals.
Did Paramount Network get the Heathers pilot right? Did they set the tone for a great TV show or did they fail miserably like so many other attempts to turn something so iconic into a modern day pile of trash? Find out what Heathers superfan Raj thought of the Heathers TV show pilot...
In this episode of Boys on Film, Phil and Raj offer up a preview of our most-anticipated films this year at BFI Flare including "Postcards from London", "Love, Simon", "Freak Show" and the restored version of "Maurice".
If you're curious about this alternative family drama and it's brush stroke to the supernatural, then watch our Boys On Film review on the first two episodes of Alan Ball's new supernatural drama - Here And Now.
"A Fantastic Woman" is such an important film highlighting the struggles that some trans people have to overcome while at the same time tells a rich, beautiful story with depth, romance and loss. Daniela Vega wows us in this Boys On Film review.
In this episode of Boys On Film, we delve into the superb performances that Robbie and Janney bring to the table and discuss what it was like growing up during the time of the real-life controversy and how we think "I, Tonya" played out on film.