We know we love entertainment, but this week we are in love with entertainment. What else could we feel, with the premiere of a new J.Lo rom-com about a destination wedding gone wrong, a new mystery series from Knives Out creator Rian Johnson starring Natasha Lyonne, and more?
Hi there! We know we love entertainment, but this week we are in love with entertainment. What else could we feel, with the premiere of a new J.Lo rom-com about a destination wedding gone wrong, a new mystery series from Knives Out creator Rian Johnson starring Natasha Lyonne, and more? Then, to come down from that high, we have a selection of films guaranteed to make you weep. We’re crying from happiness already!
Billy Crudup, Hank Azaria, Dewshane Williams, Alison Pill, and more are featured in this new retro-futuristic dramedy series. Centered around a utopian society—in which technology has advanced to surprising levels—the next step is even more ambitious: Colonizing the moon. What could go wrong? Apple TV+ premieres Hello Tomorrow! on Feb. 17 with three episodes.
Jennifer Lopez and Josh Duhamel think the worst thing about their destination wedding is her ex (Lenny Kravitz!) and his mother (Jennifer Coolidge!!!). Then the entire wedding party gets taken hostage, and it’s up to them to save the day, live grenades and all. Stream it Jan. 27.
Jonah Hill meets his girlfriend’s parents, played by Eddie Murphy and Nia Long, in this new culture clash comedy directed by Black-ish creator Kenya Barris. And Hill’s girlfriend (Lauren London) has to deal with his parents, played by Julia Louis-Dreyfus and David Duchovney. Honestly, family brunch sounds like a blast to us! Streaming on Netflix Jan 27.
Therapist Jason Segel throws ethics out the window and starts telling his patients what he actually thinks in this 10-episode series premiering Jan. 27 and co-starring Harrison Ford, from Bill Lawrence (Ted Lasso, Scrubs).
What do you get when you cross a Peter Falk-obsessed Natasha Lyonne (Russian Doll) with a mystery-obsessed Rian Johnson (Knives Out)? This new case-of-the-week mystery series with Lyonne as a detective and plenty of A-list guest stars. Stream the first four episodes Jan. 26.
Season 27 is here! Meet Zach Shallcross from Season 19 of The Bachelorette as he begins the arduous, rose-strewn process of winnowing down 30 women to the one he will love forever. The drama begins Jan. 23!
“I’m looking for a lesser-known movie that will leave me absolutely emotionally destroyed. #tearjerkers”
We all need the catharsis a good sob session can grant us every now and then. And what better way to get it out of our system than on our couches with plenty of tissues? Here are three choices that will leave you red-eyed and relieved. Already shed a tear or two at the titles below?Check out these 25 underrated sad movies guaranteed to make you cry.
Julianne Moore (deservedly) won an Oscar for her performance in this film as a woman struggling with Alzheimer’s. As her husband and children try to help her, she alleviates their burdens with heartbreaking results.
Julianne Moore does this genre really well, OK? There’s nothing overtly sad about this true story of a woman raising 10 children by winning copywriting contestants in the ‘50s, but the all-consuming goodness and kindness in the face of adversity will have you bawling.