Jackie — A woman mourns the death of a hopeful administration at the dawn of an American nightmare.
Green Room — Apathetic millennials misjudge the very real threat of being trapped in a house with neo-Nazis.
Rogue One - Women and POC fight against a fascist regime made up of old white men with a nuclear arsenal and no sense of humor.
10 Cloverfield Lane — A smart woman is trapped with an overweight, mentally unstable white dude who tries to brainwash her with fake news.
Loving — Because without Civil Rights and a Supreme Court that believes in human decency, we’re totally fucked.
Nocturnal Animals — A successful woman realizes she underestimated a man’s manipulative use of red state venality for vindictive purposes.
Barry — Because the once in two generations ascendancy of a great political leader now feels like a distant dream.
Southside with You — See above, but throw in best First Lady since the number one pick.
Arrival — Because why we can’t we all get along and you know, not be the worst intergalactic species in the cosmos?
Captain America: Civil War — Because two fantasies of what America is and should be literally pummel the crap out of each other.
Daniel Hardy is a Brooklyn-based screenwriter with a current batting average of one produced script per every 10 written. He’s also a new Dad, doesn’t sleep much, and would be thrilled if more people followed him on Twitter.