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  • Release Year: 2018
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 8.4 IMDB
    Cast:  Zoe Saldana, Kerry Condon, Scarlett Johansson, Tom Holland

    The film opens with the arrival of Thanos (played by Josh Brolin), a powerful and ruthless alien warlord who seeks to obtain all six Infinity Stones, cosmic artifacts of unimaginable power. With the Infinity Stones, Thanos plans to bring balance to the universe by wiping out half of all life, believing it to be a necessary act to prevent overpopulation and resource depletion. As Thanos embarks on a quest to collect the stones, the fate of the universe hangs in the balance. The Avengers, along with allies like the Guardians of the Galaxy and Doctor Strange, must put aside their differences and join forces to stop Thanos's genocidal plan. The film weaves together multiple storylines, as various groups of heroes travel to different parts of the universe in a desperate race to prevent Thanos from obtaining the stones. Each battle is fraught with danger and emotional stakes, as the heroes face personal sacrifices and heartbreaking losses. "Avengers: Infinity War" is notable for its complex and multifaceted antagonist in Thanos, who is portrayed with depth and motivation. His belief in the necessity of his mission adds layers to the character, making him one of the most memorable villains in the MCU. The film culminates in a colossal showdown in the fictional African nation of Wakanda, as the Avengers and their allies make their last stand against Thanos and his army. The fate of the universe is at stake, and the film delivers a breathtaking and emotionally charged climax. "Avengers: Infinity War" is a landmark in superhero cinema, combining the storytelling of a comic book crossover event with stunning visual effects and a deep exploration of its characters. It sets the stage for the culmination of the MCU's first three phases in "Avengers: Endgame" and leaves viewers eagerly anticipating the next chapter in the saga.

  • Release Year: 2017
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 7.4 IMDB
    Cast:  Tom Cruise, Stellan Skarsg√•rd, Jack Nicholson, Stanley Kubrick

    It's a rare person who would give up fame and fortune to toil in obscurity for someone else's creative vision. Yet, that's exactly what Leon Vitali did after his acclaimed performance as 'Lord Bullingdon' in Stanley Kubrick's Barry Lyndon (1975). The young actor surrendered his thriving career to become Kubrick's loyal right-hand man. For more than two decades, Leon played a crucial role behind-the-scenes helping Kubrick make and maintain his legendary body of work. In Filmworker, Leon's candid, often funny, sometimes shocking experiences in the company of Kubrick are woven together with rich and varied elements including previously unseen photos, videos, letters, notebooks, and memos from Leon's private collection. Insightful, emotionally charged anecdotes from actors, family, crew members, and key film industry professionals who worked with Kubrick and Leon add an important layer of detail and impact to the story. Filmworker enters the world of Leon Vitali and Stanley Kubrick from a unique perspective that highlights the nitty-gritty of the creative process. By experiencing Leon's journey we come to understand how the mundane gives rise to the magnificent as timeless filmmaking is brought to life at its most practical and profound level.

  • Genre:  Action, Romance
    Release Year: 2020
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 4.7 IMDB
    Cast:  Christina Ricci, Hamish Linklater, Lindsey Broad, Katia Winter

    After Abigail, a single mom of two, becomes pregnant following a one-night stand with Ben, the unlikely pair try to make a go of it.

  • Genre:  Sci-Fi
    Release Year: 2020
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 3.5 IMDB

    In a small rural community local police officers Zoe and Patrick begin their shift as normal but it soon becomes clear that something is wrong. Strange events unfold before their eyes, residents begin behaving strangely and mass suicide panic spreads amongst the community they are trying to protect. Zoe and Patrick realise they are under siege from alien machines as they become cut off from the outside world. They are forced to do battle against these uninvited visitors. With the help of some of the residents Zoe and Patrick begin unravelling the mystery and soon discover it is not all as it seems. Can Zoe and Patrick save their community and the outside world from extinction?

  • Release Year: 2008
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 6.3 IMDB
    Cast:  Elizabeth Banks, Josh Brolin, Thandie Newton, James Cromwell

    W. follows the remarkable journey of George W. Bush, from his early days as a young man struggling to find his purpose to his rise to power as the 43rd President of the United States. The film showcases pivotal moments in Bush's life, including his strained relationship with his father, President George H.W. Bush, his transformative experience as a born-again Christian, and his controversial decisions during his presidency, particularly the invasion of Iraq. Through a series of flashbacks, the audience gains insight into Bush's complex personality, his struggle with alcoholism, and his determination to carve out his own path in the shadow of his accomplished family. The movie highlights key events such as the 2000 presidential election, the 9/11 terrorist attacks, and the subsequent War on Terror, providing a comprehensive portrait of the man behind the presidency. W. paints a nuanced picture of George W. Bush, showcasing both his strengths and weaknesses as a leader. The film delves into his political motivations, his relationships with key figures in his administration, such as Vice President Dick Cheney and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, and the internal conflicts he faced while making crucial decisions that shaped the nation's destiny. As the narrative unfolds, viewers are encouraged to reflect on the complexities of leadership and the impact of one man's decisions on a global scale. W. offers an insightful and thought-provoking examination of a controversial figure, presenting a humanizing portrayal of George W. Bush while challenging the audience to grapple with the implications of power and responsibility.

  • Release Year: 1990
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 5.9 IMDB
    Cast:  Eddie Murphy, Nick Nolte, Kevin Tighe, Tisha Campbell-Martin

    With a pending old debt from the past and the genuine threat of losing his badge for good, the tough and gruff San Francisco police officer, Inspector Jack Cates, pushes his luck and turns to his reluctant former partner, Reggie Hammond. Having spent seven long years in jail after the events of 48 Hrs. (1982), Reggie is about to taste the air of freedom, when an attempt on his life drags him into a new circle of violence, as Jack is almost obsessively trying to prove that the elusive criminal mastermind known as the "Iceman" exists. But, this time, the odds are against the mismatched duo. Will Cates clear his name?

  • Release Year: 1993
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 5 IMDB
    Cast:  Sam Horrigan, John Diehl, Jordan Belfi

    Remote introduces us to a group of friends who gather to play a cutting-edge virtual reality game called "Remote Control." The game promises an immersive experience like no other, allowing players to enter a hyper-realistic virtual world. However, as the friends dive deeper into the game, they quickly discover that their lives are in danger. They find themselves trapped within the virtual realm, unable to escape unless they can successfully navigate the game's challenges and survive its deadly traps. As the line between reality and the virtual world blurs, the friends must rely on their wits, teamwork, and strategic thinking to outsmart the game's malevolent creator. They uncover hidden secrets and face their own personal fears and traumas as they fight to stay alive and find a way back to the real world. Remote explores themes of the dangers of unchecked technology and the power of human resilience. The film raises questions about the potential consequences of becoming too dependent on virtual experiences and the ethical implications of immersive gaming. With its thrilling sequences, mind-bending twists, and a sense of constant tension, Remote keeps viewers on the edge of their seats. The film delves into the psychological and emotional toll of being trapped in an artificial reality, while also challenging the boundaries of what we perceive as real. Remote serves as a cautionary tale, reminding audiences of the potential dangers and ethical considerations associated with advancing technology. It offers an adrenaline-fueled ride through a world where the line between the virtual and the real becomes increasingly blurred, leaving viewers questioning the nature of their own realities. Note: The plot summary provided captures the essence of Remote; however, as a science fiction film, Remote may offer additional surprises and complexities that are best experienced by watching the movie itself.

  • Genre:  Drama, Family, Action
    Release Year: 2003
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 6.4 IMDB
    Cast:  Dabney Coleman, Kris Kristofferson, Ned Beatty, Dave Matthews

    Set in the 1930s, "Where the Red Fern Grows" centers around the story of Billy Coleman, a young boy who dreams of owning his own pair of hunting dogs. Inspired by the tales of his grandfather's hunting adventures, Billy saves up his hard-earned money to purchase two redbone coonhound puppies, whom he names Old Dan and Little Ann. As Billy grows up in the rugged Ozark Mountains, he trains his dogs to become skilled hunters, forging a deep bond with them along the way. Together, they embark on countless hunting expeditions, facing the challenges of the wilderness and developing a reputation as a formidable hunting trio. Through their adventures, Billy learns the values of determination, perseverance, and the unconditional love that can exist between a boy and his loyal animal companions. However, as life unfolds, Billy and his dogs face heart-wrenching trials and experiences that test the strength of their bond. Directed by Lyman Dayton and Sam Pillsbury, "Where the Red Fern Grows" is a heartfelt and emotional journey that celebrates the unbreakable connection between humans and animals. It explores the themes of friendship, sacrifice, and the power of love in the face of adversity. The film beautifully captures the natural beauty of the Ozark Mountains, providing a rich and immersive backdrop for the story's unfolding. With its timeless storytelling and heartfelt performances, "Where the Red Fern Grows" captures the essence of the original novel, offering a moving and meaningful cinematic experience. It reminds us of the profound impact that animals can have on our lives and the lessons of loyalty, courage, and love that they teach us. Prepare to be moved by the touching and emotional tale of "Where the Red Fern Grows" as it takes you on a journey of love, loss, and the enduring bonds that shape our lives. It is a film that will tug at your heartstrings and remind you of the power of friendship, both human and animal, and the everlasting imprint it leaves on our hearts.

  • Genre:  Action, Comedy, Crime, Thriller
    Release Year: 2004
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 5.4 IMDB
    Cast:  Bruce Willis, Amanda Peet, Matthew Perry, Natasha Henstridge

    After the events of the first film, Jimmy "The Tulip" Tudeski, a retired hitman, is living a peaceful life in Mexico alongside his wife, Cynthia. Meanwhile, Oz Oseransky, a former dentist, is struggling to find his footing after witnessing the chaotic events surrounding Jimmy's past. Their peaceful lives are abruptly disrupted when Cynthia is kidnapped by a Hungarian mobster named Lazlo Gogolak, who demands that Jimmy carries out an assassination in exchange for her release. Reluctantly, Jimmy seeks out Oz's help, leading the two unlikely friends on a mission to save Cynthia and outsmart the ruthless mobster. As they navigate a labyrinth of double-crosses, unexpected alliances, and eccentric characters, Jimmy and Oz must use their unique skills and unlikely partnership to stay one step ahead of their enemies. Along the way, they reunite with Jill, Oz's ex-wife and a lethal contract killer, adding an extra layer of complexity to their already complicated situation. "The Whole Ten Yards" delivers a blend of action, comedy, and witty banter, keeping audiences entertained with its humorous dialogue, absurd situations, and unexpected twists. Directed by Howard Deutch and featuring an ensemble cast including Bruce Willis as Jimmy "The Tulip" Tudeski, Matthew Perry as Nicholas "Oz" Oseransky, and Amanda Peet as Jill, the film delivers laughs and excitement as the characters navigate the wild world of crime and unlikely alliances. Prepare for a wild and unpredictable ride as Jimmy and Oz team up once again, proving that even the most unlikely partnerships can lead to hilarious and thrilling adventures.

  • Release Year: 2009
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 7 IMDB
    Cast:  Allison Janney, John Krasinski, Melanie Lynskey, Catherine O'Hara

    Burt Farlander and Verona De Tessant, an unmarried couple in their thirties, discover they are expecting their first child. Excited yet uncertain about their future, they decide to embark on a cross-country journey to find the ideal place to raise their growing family. Throughout their road trip, Burt and Verona encounter a colorful cast of characters, each representing different ways of life and parenting styles. From Verona's quirky former coworker in Phoenix to Burt's eccentric childhood friend in Montreal, they gain insights into the joys and challenges of parenthood, as well as the importance of finding a sense of belonging. As they navigate the ups and downs of their journey, Burt and Verona also confront their own insecurities and fears about becoming parents. They grapple with questions of identity, relationships, and the meaning of home, all while relying on each other for support and guidance. "Away We Go" is a poignant and humorous film directed by Sam Mendes. The stellar performances by John Krasinski and Maya Rudolph as Burt and Verona bring authenticity and charm to their characters, capturing the emotional depth and humor of their journey. Join Burt and Verona on their heartfelt adventure as "Away We Go" explores the universal quest for a place to call home and the profound connections that shape our lives. Through its witty dialogue, relatable characters, and heartfelt moments, the film celebrates the beauty of love, family, and the transformative power of finding where we truly belong.

  • Genre:  Action, Drama, War
    Release Year: 1985
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 8.2 IMDB

    Ran is set in medieval Japan and revolves around the aging warlord Hidetora Ichimonji. As Hidetora decides to divide his kingdom among his three sons, he sets in motion a chain of events that leads to a devastating power struggle within the family. As the once mighty Hidetora is driven into exile by his own sons' betrayals, he witnesses the collapse of his empire and the disintegration of his family. The film explores the destructive nature of pride, the ravages of war, and the tragic consequences of unchecked ambition. Ran draws inspiration from William Shakespeare's play King Lear, weaving a tale of family dynamics, political intrigue, and the follies of human nature. As the chaos of war engulfs the land, Hidetora's sons become embroiled in a battle for dominance, with loyalties shifting and alliances formed and broken. The film is renowned for its breathtaking cinematography, intricate costume design, and epic battle sequences. Through Kurosawa's masterful direction, the film captures both the grandeur of feudal Japan and the intimate moments of human drama, creating a visceral and immersive experience for viewers. Ran delves into profound themes of honor, loyalty, and the devastating consequences of pride and ambition. As the characters confront their own flaws and the horrors of war, the film raises questions about the nature of power, the fragility of human relationships, and the eternal struggle between chaos and order. With its richly drawn characters, gripping storytelling, and stunning visuals, Ran stands as a cinematic masterpiece that showcases Kurosawa's unparalleled talent and his ability to explore the depths of human nature. It is a film that resonates on both a personal and universal level, leaving viewers with a profound contemplation of the human condition. Note: The plot summary provided captures the essence of Ran; however, the film's intricate narrative and character dynamics offer a rich and nuanced experience that is best experienced by watching it in its entirety.

  • Genre:  Documentary, Action
    Release Year: 2010
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 7.4 IMDB

    The film focuses on several families and their struggles to provide their children with a quality education. It also features interviews with education experts, policymakers, and reform advocates, as well as footage from inside American classrooms and schools. The film is known for its critical portrayal of the American education system and its emphasis on the need for reform. It highlights issues such as the achievement gap, teacher tenure, and the influence of teachers' unions on the education system. The film also advocates for charter schools and other alternative approaches to education. "Waiting for Superman" received positive reviews from critics and was praised for its engaging storytelling and insightful analysis of the education system. It was also a commercial success, grossing over $6 million at the box office. Overall, "Waiting for Superman" is a thought-provoking and compelling documentary that sheds light on the challenges facing the American education system and the urgent need for reform. It is recommended for anyone interested in education policy and the future of America's schools.

  • Genre:  Comedy, Music, Musical, Action
    Release Year: 1935
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 7.8 IMDB
    Cast:  Groucho Marx, Harpo Marx

    The Marx Brothers take on high society. Two lovers who are both in opera are prevented from being together by the man's lack of acceptance as an operatic tenor. Pulling several typical Marx Brothers' stunts, they arrange for the normal tenor to be absent so that the young lover can get his chance.

  • Release Year: 2019
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 5.1 IMDB
    Cast:  Richard Brake, Robert Maaser, Bart Edwards, Percelle Ascott

    A rare family night takes a brutal twist when a workoholic father awakens in a basement with 3 other prisoners. As their vengeful captor runs riot, the father engages in a twisted battle to solve the puzzle to his past and save his family's future.

  • Release Year: 1941
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 7.5 IMDB
    Cast:  Humphrey Bogart, Joan Leslie, Cornel Wilde, Ida Lupino

    Roy 'Mad Dog' Earle is broken out of prison by an old associate who wants him to help with an upcoming robbery. When the robbery goes wrong and a man is shot and killed Earle is forced to go on the run, and with the police and an angry press hot on his tail he eventually takes refuge among the peaks of the Sierra Nevadas, where a tense siege ensues. But will the Police make him regret the attachments he formed with two women during the brief planning of the robbery.