Who’s in trouble? A pampered dog with a loving owner whose name is Trouble. One day, the death of the old lady who took him as a puppy and raised him, changes Trouble’s life from luxury to poverty. He is forced to hit the road and find his own way into the hostile world he never new before. When it appears that the cute dog has actually inherited his kind owner, her greedy relatives start chasing him. A dog catcher manages to lock up our furry friend but Trouble is not the kind of canine that will allow someone to deal with his life. While the street may be a frightening place, there are also friends out there that care for out little Trouble. An accident turns into a happy occasion when a friendly human saves the dog.
“Yes, I will bring honour to us all!” this promise is made by the young maiden Mulan to her loved ones. The brave Chinese girl disguises herself as a man and joins the army to save her father, an honourable, but already old and weak warrior. Being the elder daughter in a house with no sons, she is forced to do that and live in a lie because of a decree, issued by the Emperor of China (Jet Li). The decree states that since the country is threatened by Northern invaders, every family is obliged to give one man to serve in the Imperial Army. Being treated as all other soldiers, Mulan goes through a major transformation that makes her strong, skilful and fearless. In this journey of a lifetime, the young woman turns into a respected warrior, capable of defending her country from intruders and making her father proud of her.
Based on Richard Connell’s short story "The Most Dangerous Game" from 1924, “The Hunt” shows twelve strangers who wake up without having the faintest idea where they are or how exactly they’ve got at that place. Sometimes it’s better to be uninformed about certain circumstances because you may not like the truth. And truth is that these people have been randomly selected for a very peculiar, twisted purpose. They will have to participate in “The Hunt”. No, not as contestants in a show, but.. as prey. A group of elite globalists gather in a remote locate to.. hunt people for sports and (probably?!) pleasure. However, among the men and women whose are going to be chased and eventually - killed, there is a brave and skilled modern warrior, Crystal. She is a master in this game and her plan works perfectly fine - the hunters become the prey.
The six-time Academy Award nominee Amy Adams is starring in this adaptation of Daniel Mallory’s successful début novel, written under the pen name A. J. Finn. She portrays the child psychologist Dr. Anna Fox who thinks she has witnessed a crime. However, it is not easy for her to tell the police about what (might) have happened because Dr. Fox was actually spying on her neighbours when the frightening act of violence happened. What was this woman doing there, at that time of the day, you may wonder… Well, it appears that few months before the strange occasion she has developed an agoraphobia. The fear of open spaces has forced Anna to spend more time in her five-story brownstone house in Manhattan. There’s also a husband and a young daughter somewhere in the picture but Anna doesn't find her own family as interesting as other people's families.
Rosamund Pike is Maria Skłodowska-Curie (Marie Curie), the eminent French physicist and chemist of Polish origin. The genius scientist was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize for her pioneering research achievements related to radioactivity. Together with her husband and fellow scientist, Pierre Curie, they jointly win the Nobel Prize for the discovery of the element radium in 1903. Marie Curie’s devotion to science is worth filming and the plot is based on true events of her extraordinary life. Along with the research work of the talented woman, it is important to mention also her valuable radiological work at field hospitals during World War I. Rebel at heart, Marie Curie is among the scientist who dare to challenge the old thinking of conservative people and point out that a new era begins.
Based on Frances Hodgson Burnett’s novel of the same name, this fantasy film follows Mary Lennox, a 10-year-old orphaned girl who makes an extraordinary discovery. Born in India to wealthy but cold parents, she becomes the only survivor of a cholera epidemic. The girl is sent to live with her uncle Archibald in his big Yorkshire house. Upon her arrival, Mary’s attention is attracted by a robin. Later, the robin leads her to a locked, forgotten garden but the little girl finds the old key and opens the gates. It is a beautiful but neglected rose garden, once a favourite place to uncle Archibald’s wife, now dead. The desperate man has a sick son - Colin. Mary and her cousin become good friends and together with Dickon, the 12-year-old brother of the maiden Martha, they revive the deserted place. The more laughter and children play there is in the garden, the more healthier and strong Colin and his new friends grow.
This thriller drama film follows Veronica Henley (Janelle Monáe), a prosperous writer who gets involved in an extraordinary mystery. The young woman shockingly finds herself trapped in another, petrifying reality, without knowing how exactly she got there. Veronica is pressed by the circumstances to find a way out of this mind-blowing nightmare in order to survive. Time goes by so quickly and will it be possible for the young lady to break free? Here’s a hint to the story - Antebellum is a 77-year period in the history of US state of Georgia. During that time, the area of Georgia was reduced by half. The native Cherokee tribe was resettled from their home land and large cotton plantations flourished, using predominantly African slave workforce.
Do you know someone, obsessed with their phone? Or are you helplessly attached to you mobile device to a degree that your friends or relatives get regularly annoyed by you? Then this film is for you, my friend. Adam Devine is Phil - a cute guy with not so many friends and with shitty job who developed an embarrassing dependency to Jexi. She is smart, she predicts all his needs, but she is … an AI feature to his upgraded phone. At first she is the reason Phil’s life to became way better on all levels. However, when he tries to use her services less, Jexi turns into a revengeful virtual bitch. While Phil may learn how to live without Jexi, it becomes obvious that it is Jexi whose existence without Phil is meaningless. Although this comedy will make you laugh, it will also give you a food for thought.
Ian McKellen and Helen Mirren are Roy Courtnay and Betty McLeish in this thriller, based on the novel of the same name written by Nicholas Searle. Roy is a conman who meets the wealthy widow Betty online, and sees a great (an easy) opportunity to run off with her millions. When he manages to persuade Betty to open her beautiful home and good heart to him, Roy finds himself in an unusual situation – he starts caring about the welfare of his ‘victim’. While our guy is plotting a scheme against the rich old girl, he realises that he actually don’t know anything about Betty. In a series of peculiar circumstances, the line between chaser and chased becomes more and more thin. Till the surprising dénouement.
Being a sequel to the 2018 thriller “A Quiet Place”, this one shows the struggles of the Abbott family who need to survive (again!) in complete, yet aggravating silence. After the deadly events that happened in the first part, now the characters of Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds, and Noah Jupe are forced to go beyond the safety of the sand path. Although they are somewhat prepared to meet the terrors, inhabiting the outside world, the Abbotts soon realise that new, unfamiliar threat is hungry for their souls. Evelyn, Regan, and Marcus may have get used to dealing with creatures that hunt by following sounds, but this time it is different, this time the Abbott's lives depend on their creativity and desire to stay alive. We can say that “A Quiet Place: Part II” is a family project - it is written and directed by Emily Blunt’s husband, John Krasinski.