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A family tragedy brings this family closer together than ever before and strikes a chord with inexperienced audiences.
Wave is a 2019 film that was released with little fanfare but is enjoying a pop-culture rebirth from streaming on Netflix and YouTube after it was a box office bomb the year it debuted. From A24, Wave challenges many of the perceptions of toxic masculinity and pressure on black youth growing up.
A helicopter parent trying to instill confidence and success in his high school kids backfired, and his son experienced a late-career trauma that challenged his decision-making. heart of the whole family. Starring Kelvin Harrison Jr. (12 years of slavery) as Tyler high school sports prodigy Taylor Russell (Lost in space) as his sister Emily, and their father played by Sterling K. Brown (Black Panther), this is a movie well worth your time.
Trey Edward Shults, who previously directed the 2017 horror film It Comes At Night, is directing the film. Wave was a hit with critics, who praised the direction and cinematography. Currently has an 84% approval rating from critics and an 81% audience score on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, Wave is an emotional way to start your holiday.
It has increased Netflix Rankings in the last few weeks, now up 105 points from last week as audiences dive into the movie. The dynamism of a good father-son relationship is hard to come by in the movie, but Wave does a great job and can cause just a few eye sweats.
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