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The ongoing search for home is explored in the wandering movements of American nomads.
Available in select theaters and streaming through Hulu since Feb. 19, “Nomadland” tells the heartfelt story of a recently unemployed widow named Fern (Frances McDormand), who travels in her van across the American West and meets a diverse group of nomads along the way.
As Westview inches closer and closer to present time, its secrets are catching up with it.
With last week’s episode of “WandaVision” leaving off with the town’s boundaries rapidly expanding – swallowing up the S.W.O.R.D.
Minari, a plant commonly used in Korean dishes, is known for its relentless growth and capacity for rebirth.
Along the same stem comes a titular film about growth from the soil up and the renewal of an immigrant family that was released Friday and will be available for video on demand Feb.
Warning: spoilers ahead.
Westview just got a whole lot bigger.
For all the multidimensional possibilities opened up by the reveal of Pietro Maximoff (Evan Peters) last week, “WandaVision’s” sixth installment opts to raise more questions than it answers and adds new layers to the established mystery.
This post was updated Feb. 15 at 7:58 p.m.
Nothing lasts forever – except, of course, gushy teenage romance.
Releasing Feb. 12 on Netflix, “To All the Boys: Always and Forever” manages to tie together the film series with a shiny bow, glimmering with both nostalgia and new beginnings.
“The Map of Tiny Perfect Things” shows that growth is necessary even when time stops.
Coming to Amazon Prime Video on Feb. 12, the coming-of-age movie, adapted from a short story of the same name, follows Mark (Kyle Allen), a high schooler reliving the same day on repeat.
In a time of uncertainty, “The Reunited States” encourages viewers to choose unity and hope.
UCLA alumnus and producer Raj Krishna and director Ben Rekhi are releasing a documentary on the sociopolitical climate in the United States, accessible Tuesday on Amazon and iTunes.
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