Set after the 2012 London Olympics, the film follows Liam (Sam Claflin), an ex-con trying to win back the love and trust of his family. He has lost everything at the hands of a local crime syndicate run by Clifford Cullen (Spall), who has high-level connections in politics, finance and the police force. Liam’s drive for redemption sees him caught up in a web of conspiracy, crime, and corruption.
A young girl Abigail lives in a city whose borders were closed many years ago because of an epidemic of a mysterious disease. Abby’s father was one of the sick – and he was taken when she was six years old. Going against the authorities to find her father, Abby learns that her city is actually full of magic. And she discovers in herself extraordinary magical abilities.
A movie based on the true life story of Bass Reeves, a legendary tough African American cowboy in the Wild West. Bass Reeves was the first black deputy U.S. marshal west of the Mississippi River. He worked mostly in Arkansas and the Oklahoma Territory. During his long career, he was credited with arresting more than 3,000 felons. He shot and killed 14 outlaws in self-defense
When Eric wakes up, tied and gagged in the trunk of a pick-up truck, it’s instantly clear he’s been kidnapped and he quickly discovers he’s accompanied by a young woman, Blake, another hostage. Neither can recall how they ended up in this dire situation, and together they desperately try and get any help they can. With no help coming, and as things become more and more hopeless, it soon becomes apparent that there is more at stake than it first seems. The two kidnappers have their own agenda, and it’s not a pleasant one. Starring Michael Madsen and William Baldwin, 2 Graves In The Desert is a cold thriller set on the blazing road to Las Vegas, provoking the ultimate question – is there any way the hostages can escape alive?
In an attempt to find out why the Snow Queen, Elsa, has the type of magical powers she possesses, she and her sister Anna, along with their friends, Olaf, Kristoff and Sven, go on a dangerous but exciting adventure into an enchanted autumnal forest that’s far away from their home of Arendelle. If they can discover how Elsa got her special powers, they may be able to save their kingdom before it’s too late.
Based on Caroline Kepnes’ best-selling novel of the same name, YOU is a 21st century love story that asks, “What would you do for love?” When a brilliant bookstore manager crosses paths with an aspiring writer, his answer becomes clear: anything. Using the internet and social media as his tools to gather the most intimate of details and get close to her, a charming and awkward crush quickly becomes obsession as he quietly and strategically removes every obstacle – and person – in his way.
In the sweltering backdrop of modern day Delhi, three brothers who are part of a notorious crime family are literally fighting with each another over control of the future of their criminal enterprise. As the brothers fight among themselves, they are unaware of the simultaneous threat posed by an undercover police officer, who is determined to bring the brothers to justice, and a foreign weapons dealer who is conspiring with the three brothers.
A reimagining of Roswell, which centers on the residents of New Mexico, where aliens live undercover among humans.
A young African American couple struggles to strike chemistry on their first date. Towards the end of the evening, their lives are unexpectedly transformed when a racist white cop pulls them over for a minor traffic violation. When the officer is killed in an act of self-defense, Queen and Slim are forced to go on the run. After being labeled cop killers by the media, the terrified couple becomes a national symbol for grief, trauma, and race relations when the initial incident is filmed and goes viral.
Fred Rogers delighted generations of children through his popular PBS television program, Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood. But what was the man really like when the cameras were no longer rolling? In November 1998, journalist Tom Junod attempted to find out by penning a lengthy, well-received article for Esquire magazine. While researching the piece, titled “Can You Say . . . Hero?”, Junod struck up a friendship with Rogers that would last for the remainder of the icon’s days.