Director: Anna Foerster
Writers: Cory Goodman (screenplay), Kyle Ward (story by)
Stars: Kate Beckinsale, Theo James, Tobias Menzies
New delivery of Underworld franchise, in which the vampire Selene will have to defend itself of brutal attacks of the two clans, the one of the Lycans and the one of the Vampires that betrayed her. With his only allies, David and Thomas his father, she must stop the eternal war between Vampires and Lycans, even if it means having to make a final sacrifice Continue reading
Directors: Christophe Lourdelet, Garth Jennings.
Writer: Garth Jennings
Stars: Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, Seth MacFarlane
In a world like ours populated by animals, Buster Moon is an optimistic koala who runs a theater that knew better times. Buster loves his theater with passion and is capable of anything to save him. He realizes that the fantasy of his life is going to vanish and he just has a chance to keep it above aflot: to organize the biggest singing contest in the world. Its goal is to attract a multitude of animals that seek to become stars. Among all that fauna of candidates, all moved by their passion for music and after passing several stages, there are five finalists the mouse Mike whose voice is as soft as the way he deceives everyone. Continue reading
Director: Tom Ford
Writers: Tom Ford (screenplay), Austin Wright (novel)
Stars: Amy Adams, Jake Gyllenhaal, Michael Shannon
Nocturnal Animals is the adaptation of the novel Tony and Susan of Austin Wright. It tells the story of Susan Morrow, a woman who lives with a doctor after having left her first husband. One day she receives a package containing the first novel of her ex along with a note asking her to read it, since she was always his best critic. Susan accepts and immerses herself in the narrative, a story about a teacher and her family whose life changes after a meeting on the road.The novel catches her in such a way that she realizes that her life is missing something and she begins to relive her past and question her future Continue reading
Director: Denis Villeneuve
Writers: Eric Heisserer, Ted Chiang
Stars: Amy Adams, Jeremy Renner, Forest Whitaker
‘Arrival’ a drama with mystery movie directed by dennis. The story of this movie based on the military to assist in translating alien communications. When aliens land all over the world, an expert linguist is recruited by the military to determine whether they enter into peace or are a threat. As she learns to communicate with aliens, she begins to experience living setbacks that become the key to unlocking the biggest mystery about the true purpose of her visit. Continue reading
Director: Mel Gibson
Writers: Robert Schenkkan (screenplay), Andrew Knight (screenplay)
Stars: Andrew Garfield, Sam Worthington, Luke Bracey
PLOT: Japan, 1945 ‘Hacksaw Ridge’ Based on a true story. Desmond Doss, an anti-violence man enlists in the US Army to serve as physician war in full World War II. After fighting all the military and face trial for war for refusing to take a rifle. You get your target and sent to serve as physician to the Japanese front. Despite being greeted with suspicion by the whole battalion during the making wild Okinawa, Desmond proves its worth saving 75 wounded men getting respect for soldiers. Continue reading
Director: John Carney
Writer: John Carney (screenplay)
Stars: Ferdia Walsh-Peelo, Aidan Gillen, Maria Doyle Kennedy
PLOT: ‘Sing Street’ is a film about success, failure and the relationship of two brothers. Conor is a 15 year old who lives in Dublin 80. In some difficult days for him, must face marital problems of his parents while dealing with the change of a private school to a public school, reasons that arouse in Conor the need to run away from home. In turn, he writes songs for his newly formed band as a form of struggle. Meanwhile, you will meet Raphina, a girl that will change his life and that held by the controversial music videos. Continue reading
Director: James Schamus
Writers: Philip Roth (based on the novel by), James Schamus (written for the screen by)
Stars: Logan Lerman, Sarah Gadon, Tracy Letts
PLOT: ‘INDIGNATION’ Marcus is a young man of 18 who must face the antisemitism of 1951, sexual repression and the rise of the Korean War when they go to Lutheran University Midwest. Olivia Hutton, a young blonde, beautiful daughter of a renowned surgeon it crosses his path. She is sexually promiscuous, headstrong and radically independent.
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Director: Taika Waititi
Writers: Taika Waititi, Barry Crump
Stars: Sam Neill, Julian Dennison, Rima Te Wiata
PLOT: A young offender (Julian Dennison ) finds himself on the run with her adoptive uncle (Sam Neil ) in order to escape social services while trying to survive in the woods.
The story of “Hunt for the Wilderpeople” like a light and playful version of its already good Boy: a learning tale of abandonment and family background divided. The story this time takes the form of a very funny comedy, to offset situations and biting dialogues (this fantasy performed with assurance even has danced and sung numbers). In this story of survival and intergenerational friendship, the drama is approached with humor and life takes the form of an incredible playground. Continue reading
Director: Stephen Frears
Writer: Nicholas Martin
Stars: Meryl Streep, Hugh Grant, Simon Helberg
PLOT: Tells the true story of “Florence Foster Jenkins”. A woman who is a biopic of the eccentric American soprano, famous for its lack of musical ability.
His partner and manager, St. Clair Bayfield, convinces his greatness. and thanks to the large inheritance received after the death of his father, his musical career Florence is financed. Despite not having any talent for it. it is no problem to sustain its success and that people go to their concerts just to see if it really is as bad as they say.
Director: Jay Roach
Writers: Robert Schenkkan (teleplay), Robert Schenkkan (play)
Stars: Bryan Cranston, Anthony Mackie, Bradley Whitford
PLOT: Going against the grain is always a difficult task, especially when it comes to combat something so painfully idiosyncratic as it is / has been the racial segregation, therefore also always it is comforting reminder – we need it or not – of people strive to make a difference in how we perceive our fellow men, which relates very effectively All the way (Jay Roach, 2016), the new HBO movie that, with powerful performances and a fairly strict line of argument, we It shows that sometimes the end does justify the means, specifically when it comes to a social good that can only be achieved through politics.