Even when it's raining daggers in a futuristic dystopia — created with notable film director Robert Rodriguez (Sin City, Machete) — the diva duo of Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande are able to dance their way to joyous release.
A tribute to that lifelong friend who pushes you to be brave, even if it leads to reckless abandon, and even if that friend is just what your imagination requires in order to get you to do what needs to get done.
Ed Sheeran's dance phase shows no signs of relenting — except instead of letting a puppet strut its stuff, the moves are ceded to a Phillip Chbeeb who lets the rhythm move him through his day and to some unexpected heights.
If you're more of a bloody valentine kind of person, this new Lil Wayne romp into horror-erotic should get warm your heart. Director Hannah Lux Davis starts with a flooded bathroom but then gets progressively freakier, unveiling a steady stream of twisted s&m styles and props before climaxing with a bathtub of blood.