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.
Chloe Sherman is a teenager, raised in absolute isolation by her mother. Although the home schooled girl uses a wheelchair, she manages to make a thrilling discovery about her mother’s past. As Chloe is a daughter of a woman who keeps a sinister secret, she becomes restless, willing to find the whole truth. When trying to unravel the mystery, little does Chloe expect what will come up on the surface. About her role of Chloe, the young debutante Kiera Allen shares her thoughts in an interview: “To see a character in a wheelchair who is, not to give too much away, but who is really kind of a hero and is her own person, and has her own mind and her own journey independent of her disability.”
Being the first film in Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), “Black Widow” is an action-packed triller. It follows Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson) in her spy missions after the events of “Captain America: Civil War” (2016) and before “Avengers: Infinity War” (2018). Here, Natasha is alone in her quests and at the same time needs to deal with ghosts from her early years. That forces her to start fighting against a dangerous conspiracy that threatens her future, as its roots are in the girl’s past. Before joining the superhero group of Avengers and becoming the Black Widow, Romanoff has to clear her history as a skilful spy and let go a broken relationship that keeps her awake at nights. Indeed, we are the choices we make.
This is a Walt Disney Animation Studios’ computer-animated musical comedy. The songs are created by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, who are also the authors of the music for “Frozen”, which brought them the Academy Award for Best Original Song. Based on the popular English tale “Jack and the Beanstalk”, this movie is set in Spain during the Age of Exploration. The story follows Jack, who discovers a fantastic world of giants living hidden within clouds. The brave boy befriends the female giant Inma. She is quite a girl, being "11 years old, 60 feet tall, fiery, feisty and a lot to control". An unusual friendship that leads to exciting adventures and a lot of fun.
Raising a teenager has never been easy, or will be, but what happens in this criminal drama is too much a parent could handle. The fact that there is a true story as a basis for this film makes the things even worse. Richard Wershe Jr. is only 14 when he becomes the youngest FBI informant to work undercover in the shiny but brutal world of drug dealing. The ‘arena’ of his work is Detroit in the 1980s, during the peak of the War on Drugs. What is heart-breaking here is that the poor boy gets abandoned by his FBI ‘colleagues’ at some point. The inconsolable father, Richard Wershe, can do nothing to save the teenager. Sent to prison for the rest of his life, Rick learns a painful truth about people - sometimes you get betrayed by those from whom you expect it the least.
Based on Donna Tartt’s 2013 novel of the same name, “The Goldfinch” centres around Theodore "Theo" Decker, a young man with a troubled childhood. Theo was only 13 years old when a tragedy marks him forever - his mother dies in a bombing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York while he manages to survive the attack. In the chaos and debris around him, Theo gets something that goes with him through his entire life, full of misery, guilt and pain. It is the vision of his mother favourite work of art from the Dutch Golden Age, “The Goldfinch”. While the painting becomes famous thanks to Donna Tartt’s novel, the story of its artist, Carel Fabritius, is even stranger than a fiction could create.
Enzo (voiced by Kevin Costner), is the best friend of the Formula One race car driver Denny Smith. Only that Enzo is not a human, he is actually a golden retriever. Denny fells for his furry friend immediately and invites him to take part of his life in Seattle. Together, human and dog make a great team and accomplish a lot - most importantly, they create a family. This is a heart melting story of love and care, told by the name of …a dog. The association between navigating a race car and navigating the most important journey - the journey of life with all its changes, sunny moments but also rainy, sad moments is brilliant! “The Art of racing in the Rain” is based on Garth Stein’s best-selling novel of the same name.
it is 1862 and two people are about to change history with their discoveries. Amelia Wren ((Felicity Jones) is a young widow with lots of money and young scientist James Glaisher (Eddie Redmayne) has a vision about how to predict weather conditions. Although no other scientist takes Glaisher seriously, he finally finds an ally in the face of Amelia. Together, they use a hot air balloon with a very ambitious goal - to fly to the highest highs no human being has reached before. There, at the edge of physical existence, Amelia and James make surmising discoveries about themselves and about their purpose in science of climate. “The Aeronauts” story is based on a flight performed on the September 5, 1862, by the British aeronauts James Glaisher and Henry Coxwell. They managed to reach an altitude of about 11,887 m (38,999 ft) with their balloon, with which broke the world flight altitude record at that time.
In this fast-paced thriller, Alicia West is an officer of the New Orleans Police Department (NOPD). During one of her duties, she witnesses something very disturbing that get captured by her body-worn camera. It is the murder of a young drug dealer about which she can do nothing. The reason is that the performer of the crime is her partner, assisted by few dirty police officers. Unable to continue living her life with this truth in mind and surrounded by enemies, West finds an unusual ally in the face of Milo. He is the only one in her community, ready to give West a hand. Together, they make everything possible to expose the murderers and their offence against the law while also having to deal with a local gang.
It is not necessary to owe a dog in order to enjoy this heart-warming story. But it will definitely touch everyone who has a four-paw friend. One of the main worries of a pet owner is what will happened if, due to some reason, the animal is lost. This is what happens to Bella, an adorable dog who loves her human Lucas, a medical student, very much. One day, while waiting for her busy friend to come home, Bella starts chasing a squirrel, which finally takes her far and away from home. But the sweet dog hasn’t forgotten her beloved family. She embarks on a journey of 400 miles, meeting new friends and escaping perilous situations along the way, proving that Love is a guiding light, not only for humans.