As long as you're not sleeping on the streets, experience is almost always more valuable - in the long run.
Until then, keep finding the parts of you that make you so different from others that you're irreplaceable.
Intriguing, whimsical, and even heartwarming, but slightly misses the mark because we see more of the genius and less of his impact on the most magical time of the year – Christmas.
You are still you as long as you're comfortable with who you are and you're not harming others with your behaviour.
A seemingly lost art in most crime thrillers nowadays, "Wind River" is satisfying and convincing in that the audience is never ahead of the characters as the plot slowly unravels.
"Manhunt" marks John Woo’s comeback to the Asian-cop cinema but is cheap entertainment and flashy parody at best or clichéd and senseless subplots connected by sloppy writing at worst.
A beautifully written biographical film of Billie Jean King, her fight for feminism, and becoming the world’s best female tennis player, "Battle Of The Sexes" steals your heart with genius performances, mainly by Emma Stone and Steve Carell.
The people who look at their career as a lifelong marathon and not a race would ultimately come out on top.
A touching story about Queen Victoria and her closest confidant, "Victoria & Abdul" is narratively thin but mildly satisfying for viewers who like royalty-commoner tales.
"A Bad Moms Christmas" impresses with hilariously well-written dialogues delivered by a fantastic cast who flawlessly portrays six unique yet relatable mom personalities.