Category Drama

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Quentin Tarantino portrays Hollywood at the time of the Manson murders in the late 1960s in a crime drama starring Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio...

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Breakthrough

Film adaptation of the true story of the Christian author Joyce Smith whose adopted son after a calamity in the ice as from the dead resurrected...

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Greta

Young Frances McCullen (Chloe Grace Moretz) finds a strapless beautiful purse in the New York subway. Decent, she brings them back to the owner: the graceful widow Greta (Isabelle Huppert). She looks forward to the friendly gesture and immediately seeks to be close to the young Frances...

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My Days of Mercy

Lucy (Ellen Page) and her siblings Martha (Amy Seimetz) and Ben (Charlie Shotwell) are moving in a motorhome across North America to attend protest events against the death penalty. Her motivation is her own father – sentenced to death for killing his wife...

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Apocalypse Now

In 1969, the Vietnam War reached its sad climax. In the then Vietnamese capital Saigon Captain Benjamin L. Willard (Martin Sheen) receives the order, one of the own comrades, to eliminate the uncomfortable Colonel Walter E. Kurtz (Marlon Brando). The military leadership has lost control of the renegade, who, along with other deserting US soldiers and Montagnards, has built his own empire in Cambodia’s neutral neighbor state and has appointed himself ruler. A patrol boat heads up the Mekong river towards the Cambodian border. For Willard and the inexperienced garrison (including Laurence Fishbourne), the journey becomes a grim hellish trip, not only confronting it with the madness and futility of the war, but also penetrating ever deeper into the depths of the human soul. The film is based on the novel “Heart of Darkness” by Joseph Conrad and the Vietnam War Reports “Betrayed to Hell – Dispatches” by Michael Herr. The difficulties in producing “Apocalypse Now” have gone down in film history: director Francis Ford Coppola has had to invest part of his own private fortune in the ambitious project, which took 16 months to complete and required twice the original production cost. Leading actor Martin Sheen suffered a severe heart attack during filming, and Marlon Brando and Coppola kept arguing...

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A Dog’s Journey

Continuation of the first part “Bailey – A friend for life”, about a dog soul traveling through several bodies to make a promise...

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After Passion

When Tessa Young (Josephine Langford) comes to Washington Central University, she knows what she wants: only with hard work, ambition and pragmatism can she be successful. For Tessa, it’s a shock when she meets her roommate, a punk with red hair. When she also meets tattooed Bad Boy Hardin Scott (Hero Fiennes-Tiffin), Tessa is more than confused. Hardin is not what she wants...

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The Sun Is Also a Star

Drama about Natasha and Daniel falling head over heels in love...

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Velvet Buzzsaw

A confusing combination of satire and supernatural. This movie is a kind of medium-sized game of chance. Jake Gyllenhaal, the most respected and feared art critic in Los Angeles, who wakes away from his personal personal coach and closer to Josephine, working for Rhodora, a rocker punk...

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Tolkien

Biopic about the young years of the legendary British writer and “Lord of the Rings” creator J.R.R...

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