Luckiest Girl Alive brings Jessica Knoll’s bestselling novel to the screen in a new film starring Mila Kunis and Finn Wittrock. On paper, Ani FaNelli (Mila Kunis) is living the dream life–she’s working for Women’s Bible magazine, has an amazing wardrobe, and a wedding on the horizon. What many people around her don’t know is that deep down, Ani is still dealing with repressed trauma from high school. This trauma comes back to haunt her…"Luckiest Girl Alive Handles Sensitive Subject With Care"
A seventh grade middle school student and a B*Bot become strange pals in Locksmith Animation’s new film, Ron’s Gone Wrong. As Barney Pudowski (Jack Dylan Grazer) returns to Nonsuch Middle School for the new school year, he lacks what everyone else has: a B*Bot. He’s not the most popular kid in school and not owning a B*Bot makes him the outcast of the crowd. His dad, Graham (Ed Helms) knows how much he wants one…"Ron’s Gone Wrong A Film About Friendship"
Big Time Adolescence falls into the coming-of-age genre as the film is about a high school teen under the unfortunate bad influence of his best friend. Monroe “Mo” Harris (Griffin Gluck) is a high school teenager. In a perfect world, his best friend would be someone in his age range. Instead, his best friend is his sister’s ex-boyfriend, Zeke Presanti (Pete Davidson). Despite his sister, Kate (Emily Arlook), and Zeke breaking up, Mo maintained contact…"Sundance 2019: Big Time Adolescence"