The Moms in ‘Anything’s Possible’ Make Almost Anything Seem Possible
The film’s Incluvie rating is off the charts. It features Black, Muslim, queer, trans humans whose moms hold them up, fight for them, and love them for who they are…making anything possible.
‘The Sadness’ — An Unapologetic Gore-Fest Making Rounds On Social Media
As a horror buff, I was intrigued by people claiming ‘The Sadness’ was the most disturbing movie they’ve ever seen or to watch with caution. So, I finally put the internet to the test and watched it for myself… to varying results.
‘Don’t Make Me Go’ — A Basic Story With The Year’s Most Heartbreaking Ending
‘Don’t Make Me Go’ is what you would expect, Wally and her father, Max, clash tremendously and don’t understand each other. Although, it’s very heartwarming.
12 Films Exploring the Complexity and Adventures of Growing Old
When most of us think about diversity in film, we usually think about three things: race, gender, and disabilities. However, there is a forgotten topic… age. These are 12 of the best films about growing old.
8 Films to Watch in July Featuring the Diversity of America
We’re in the midst of July, the month in which Americans are supposed to be at their most patriotic! With barbecues, beach trips, and fireworks galore, this is the month where we celebrate our country. For Incluvie, that primarily means diving into the wonderful “melting pot” of the diversity of American film! In between celebrating and feasting, it’s important to remember the very basis this country is founded on: “liberty and justice for all.”
I’ve Got A ‘Crush’ On You…And I’m Not Too Old To Say It
Hulu’s ‘Crush’ leaves you giddy, light, hopeful, and, yes, all crushed out on the possibility of what? You got it, your next crush.
The ABCs of Abbott Elementary: Janine Goes To School
Check out the ABCs of Abbott Elementary – Cast & Reviews – In ‘Abbott Elementary’ showrunner and star Quinta Brunson highlights common issues among teachers deserving of Superhero Status.
Deadly Garage Sale: An Absurd Movie with an Irresistible Title
Although bogged down by a slow pace and moralistic intent, ‘Deadly Garage Sale’ (2022) makes the most of its silly and nonsensical premise.
The Ultimate North Shore Dream in Blue Crush
If you want to feel the rush, you have to take the risk.
Joyfully Chaotic, ‘Why Don’t You Play in Hell?’ is a Must-See
If you enjoy Japanese cinema, absurdly violent action films, gangster flicks, or joyfully strange cinema, ‘Why Don’t You Play in Hell?’ is a must-see.