Whether you fancy romance, comedy, drama—or any hyphenate in-between—there are certain films that you just have to see. Some are important because they make you uncomfortable, others entertain, but above all, this particular set will make you think. And thinking is what you're supposed to do as a real-life adult, right? This list may be long, but FOMO is eternal.More
Yes, you've heard all the buzz about this movie before the Oscars. But if you haven't seen it yet, make room in your schedule. Moonlight is a beautifully filmed, moving coming-of-age story of a gay black boy growing up in a housing project in Miami. The many-layered film sheds light on aspects of black identity that are rarely spotlighted on film and was a truly watershed moment at the Oscars.
This riveting newsroom drama, based on real events, follows the Boston Globe's Pulitzer Prize-winning "Spotlight" team as they investigate cases of sexual abuse by the Catholic church in the Boston area. Expert performances from the well-rounded cast (including Mark Ruffalo and Rachel McAdams) plus an examination of the career-defining journalism undertaken here make this a must-see.