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July 21, 2017

The Shape of Water (2017) Trailer

The Shape of Water 


Based on an idea by Daniel Kraus And Guillermo del Toro


The Shape of Water is 2017 American fantasy romance film directed by Guillermo del Toro and written by del Toro and Vanessa Taylor. 


An other-worldly fairy tale, set against the backdrop of Cold War era America circa 1963. In the hidden high-security government laboratory where she works, lonely Elisa (Sally Hawkins) is trapped in a life of silence and isolation. Elisa's life is changed forver when she and co-worker Zelda (Octavia Spencer) discover a secret classified experiment.

September 30, 2016

Nocturnal Animals (2016) Trailer

Nocturnal Animals


Nocturnal Animals is a 2016 American psychological thriller film written, co-produced and directed by Tom Ford, based on the 1993 novel Tony and Susan by Austin Wright. 

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An art gallery owner (Amy Adams) is haunted by her ex-husband's (Jake Gyllenhaal) novel, a violent thriller she interprets as a veiled threat and a symbolic revenge tale.

August 11, 2016

Complete Unknown (2016) Trailer

Complete Unknown 


You are who you say you are.

Complete Unknown is a 2016 American-British drama mystery thriller film, directed by Joshua Marston, from a screenplay by Marston and Julian Sheppard. It stars Rachel Weisz, Michael Shannon, Kathy Bates and Danny Glover.

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As a man contemplates moving to a new state with his wife for her graduate program, an old flame - a woman who often changes identities - reenters his life at a birthday dinner party.

January 10, 2016

Elvis & Nixon (2016) Trailer

Elvis & Nixon


Elvis & Nixon is American comedy-drama film directed by Liza Johnson and written by Joey Sagal, Hanala Sagal and Cary Elwes.

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The untold true story behind the meeting between the King of Rock 'n Roll and President Nixon, resulting in this revealing, yet humorous moment immortalized in the most requested photograph in the National Archives.

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June 03, 2015

99 Homes (2014) Trailer

99 Homes


99 Homes is a 2014 American drama film directed by Ramin Bahrani, and written by Bahrani and Amir Naderi.

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In this timely thriller, when single father Dennis Nash (Golden Globe nominee Andrew Garfield) is evicted from his home, his only chance to win it back is to work for Rick Carver (Academy Award nominee Michael Shannon), the ruthless businessman who evicted him in the first place. It’s a deal with the devil that may save his family home, but as Nash falls deeper into Carver’s web, he finds his situation grows more brutal and dangerous than he ever imagined.

February 19, 2015

Take Shelter (2011) Trailer

Take


 Far away from the cruel world.

Take Shelter is a 2011 American drama-thriller film written and directed by Jeff Nichols and starring Michael Shannon and Jessica Chastain.

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Curtis LaForche lives in a small town in Ohio with his wife, Samantha, and daughter, Hannah, a six-year-old deaf girl. When Curtis begins to have terrifying dreams, he keeps the visions to himself, channeling his anxiety into obsessively building a storm shelter in his backyard. His seemingly inexplicable behavior concerns and confounds those closest to him, but the resulting strain on his marriage and tension within his community can't compare with Curtis's privately held fear of what his dreams may truly signify.

January 28, 2015

Machine Gun Preacher (2011) Trailer

Machine Gun Preacher


Hope is the greatest weapon of all

Machine Gun Preacher is an action biopic about Sam Childers, a former gang biker turned preacher and defender of African orphans.

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In Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, addicted gang biker Sam Childers is released from prison and learns that his wife Lynn is no longer a stripper but has converted to Christianity. One night, Sam and his best friend Donnie give a ride to a hitchhiker who threatens Donnie with a pocketknife; however Sam reacts and turns the tables on the stranger. Sam is affected by the incident and is convinced by Lynn and his mother Daisy to join their church, and he is baptized. Sam finds a straight job in construction. When he meets a preacher from Africa, he decides to visit the continent. Sam travels to Northern Uganda and South Sudan many times and builds an orphanage for the victims of the cruel Lord's Resistance Army (LRA). Further, he fights whenever necessary and becomes a legend known as The Machine Gun Preacher. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

October 09, 2014

Young Ones (2014) Trailer

Young Ones


In a future without water vengeance will rain.


Young Ones is an 2014 American action science fiction film
 directed and written by Jake Paltrow.

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YOUNG ONES is set in a near future when water has become the most precious and dwindling resource
 on the planet, one that dictates everything from the macro of political policy to the detailed micro of interpersonal family and romantic relationships. The land has withered into something wretched. The 
dust has settled on a lonely, barren planet. The hardened survivors of the loss of Earth’s precious 
resources scrape and struggle. Ernest Holm (Michael Shannon) lives on this harsh frontier with his 
children, Jerome (Kodi Smit McPhee)and Mary (Elle Fanning). He defends his farm from bandits, 
works the supply routes, and hopes to rejuvenate the soil. But Mary's boyfriend, Flem Lever
 (Nicholas Hoult), has grander designs. He wants Ernest's land for himself, and will go to any
 length to get it. From writer/director Jake Paltrow comes a futuristic western, told in three 
chapters, which inventively layers Greek tragedy over an ethereal narrative that’s steeped 
deeply in the values of the American West.

May 09, 2013

Man of Steel (2013) Trailer

Man of Steel


Man of Steel is a 2013 superhero film based on the DC Comics character Superman, co-produced by Legendary Pictures and Syncopy Films, distributed by Warner Bros. It is the first installment in the DC shared film universe.

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At a time when comic book heroes are increasingly distinguished by their flaws, Superman's status as the ultimate good guy has caused him to fall out of favor. (How do you get audiences to relate to a dude who can push the moon out of orbit and has the morals of an Eagle Scout?) Man of Steel, producer Christopher Nolan's attempt to give the hero a Dark Knight retrofit, succeeds in giving the character a fresh start, courtesy of both a gargantuan sense of scale, and Henry Cavill's winningly unironic central performance. Devotees of Christopher Reeve's legendary mild-mannered portrayal may find themselves missing the sequences of quiet time from the previous films (the steadily escalating plot spares little time for cats stuck in trees), but this still manages to uphold the gee-whiz qualities that made people buy the comics in the first place. For all of the stunning bangs and gigantic sonic booms, its greatest achievement may be in making Superman's fundamental squareness feel like a virtue again. Nolan and director Zack Snyder (Watchmen) have kept the basic elements of the origin story--infant survivor of an alien world comes to Earth, crash lands in Kansas, grows up big and really, really strong--while putting a spin on virtually all of the details. Here, Krypton is depicted as a wonderfully baroque '50s sci-fi menagerie, X-ray vision has some painful flaws, and Lois Lane (Amy Adams) isn't the type of person to be fooled by a pair of glasses. The spirit of reinvention carries over to the cast, with the perfect chemistry of Cavill and Adams aided by admirably serious-minded supporting performances from the likes of Russell Crowe, Kevin Costner, Diane Lane, and the tremendously intense Michael Shannon, as a super-powered conqueror with his own special motivation for assuming control. (Like most great villains, he doesn't see himself as the bad guy.) Superhero movies have always had a problem knowing when to say when, and Man of Steel doesn't exactly break from tradition in that regard, with a climactic fight scene that eventually turns into a well-staged but numbing series of explosions. (Godzilla would be taken aback by the levels of property damage.) Bumps aside, however, this still stands as a tremendous first step in a new direction, with a final line that suggests even better things may be in store. The canvas finally feels large enough to support the myth. --Andrew Wright

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