A razor-sharp script and beautiful scenery make this one of the best road movies in recent memory. When their cynical best friend dies, Seph and Alex embark on a journey to scatter his ashes over four spots he wants to go back to. Tupperware of ashes in the glove-box, they start their big adventure. Burn Burn Burn, an expression their friend quotes from Kerouac, is a chance for the two friends to escape their hectic city life and to discover themselves. It’s a beautiful movie.
2 Best N/A Movies On Fubo
Find the best movies rated N/A, as per MPAA rating standards. These recommendations are at the same time acclaimed by critics and highly-rated by users.
This British miniseries is about a group of teenagers who tell a five-year-old who is following them to go home. The boy disappears mysteriously but 20 years later, when the teenagers are all adults, his DNA surfaces in a crime scene.
Somewhat formulaic or perhaps just overproduced, the show is ultimately enjoyable as the sharpness of the source material by famous author Harlan Coben quickly takes over.