1 Nov 2015
Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer Come Back in "Band of Robbers"
Directors Aaron and Adam Nee inspired themselves from the stories of the two friends engaged in petty crimes, Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer, to write and direct a modern plot-twist starring actors Kyle Gallner (American Sniper, 2015) and Adam Nee (the TV series Drunk History). Absurdity, theft attempts, a bizarre band of robbers, and, of course, the old-age contrast between literature and life, all these make from Band of Robbers the perfect wicked comedy to see this winter. The movie will be out January 15.



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26 Oct 2015
Difficult Choices Change Lives in "Fathers and Daughters"
The American-Italian drama film Fathers and Daughters speaks about both the present and the past of a widower father (Russell Crowe) and his emotionally-challenged daughter (Amanda Seyfried). Directed by Gabriele Muccino (Playing for Keeps, 2012) and based on a script written by Brad Desch, the movie brings the pursuit of happiness in front of hard choices, with consequences which are there to last. The film will be out at the end of this year.



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21 Oct 2015
A Retired Champion Needs to Train Others for Winning
A fresh sports drama to go on with the story of Rocky that was previously thought resumed with Rocky Balboa in 2006, comes from director Ryan Coogler (Fruitvale Station , 2013). In Creed (II), Sylvester Stallone aka Rocky overcomes his past issues and present health problems by trying to raise a champion, the son of Creed, Adonis Johnson (Michael B. Jordan), who despite never knowing his father, has a tremendous boxing need in his blood. A champion hopes to train another champion in this movie coming November 25.



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19 Oct 2015
To Be or Not Be a Transgender in The Danish Girl
Einar Wegener was born on December 1882 in Denmark and grew up to be Lili Elbe, a married transgender woman. The Danish Girl presents the relationship between the two married artists, Lili (Eddie Redmayne) and Gerda (Alicia Vikander), as they stick together while Lili's identity shifts constantly and while she finds a path for herself in the pioneering world of the transgenders in the XIX-th century. Painting landscapes and illustrating books are the main conjunctions between the two, as well as their powerful love, in a world that isn't ready to accept yet the idea that one can search and find his true sexual identity. The movie will be available in theaters on November 27.



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13 Oct 2015
Hollywood's Golden Age and a Bit of Bad Luck in "Hail, Caesar!"
Directors Joel and Ethan Coen (Inside Llewyn Davis, 2014) lay bare in a purely epic way what could happen on a Hollywood Golden Age movie set, if a tragedy such as that of the kidnap of the star, namely Baird Whitlock (George Clooney), would occur. Star-studded and dramatically funny, Hail, Caesar! follows the day of the studio fixer Eddie Mannix (Josh Brolin) as he unravels the mystery of the kidnapping, as well as his trials to concentrate on the blockbuster of the year's theatrical success. Tilda Swinton, Scarlett Johansson, and Channing Tatum are all part of the cast, and also part of the cast within the cast. The movie will premiere on February 5.



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7 Oct 2015
Love Is Accidental, But The Truth Isn't in "Man Up (I)"
An accidental blind date is the perfect scenario for a series of unexpected happenings to occur, and writer Tess Morris (The Love Punch, 2013) knew exactly how to work on the story of Man Up (I) to make it both funny and stimulating. Nancy (Lake Bell) is mistaken in a train station by Jessica (Ophelia Lovibond), a girl who is ten years younger than her and who decided to go on a blind date with Jack (Simon Pegg). From now on, Nancy and Jack are becoming acquainted with one another, that is until the truth is revealed, as accidentally as their first encounter. The movie will be out on November 13.



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6 Oct 2015
A Family Halloween Movie in Goosebumps
The popular TV series got a feature film signed by the director Rob Letterman (Gulliver's Travels, 2010) and written by the famous R.L. Stine. Goosebumps isn't a visual masterpiece, but instead brings in one hundred minutes of acute and bustling monster action, in which Jack Black plays the master R.L. Stine who is trying to save his niece (Odeya Rush) and two teen neighbors from the horrors unleashed from his own imagination. Opening a book is opening a world that works by its own rules in this movie coming two weeks before Halloween.



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26 Sep 2015
To Be an Artist and a Daredevil in "The Walk"
Robert Zemeckis' latest directorial work is The Walk (II), a fantastic visual spectacle that tells the story of the French high-wire artist Philippe Petit (Joseph Gordon-Levitt), the man who in 1974 tried the impossible: crossing the void uniting the two Twin Towers of World Trade Center. For this, he needs not only the perfect coordination and as accurate skills as he can ever have, but also a team of experts to assist him. Made after the book of confessions Philippe Petit wrote after the experience, The Walk (II) has in its cast other names such as Ben Kingsley, Charlotte Le Bon (The Hundred-Foot Journey, 2014), and Ben Schwartz (The Interview), 2014. The movie will be out in theaters on October 9.



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22 Sep 2015
Fairy Tale and Search in "Pan"
Originally created by the Scottish playwright J. M. Barrie in 1902, Peter Pan as a character crossed a century of dazzling existence, being referred to as "the boy who would never grow up". In Pan, director Joe Wright (Anna Karenina, 2012) slightly changed the story of Peter Pan and Wendy from the original Barrie novel by focusing more on the story of the orphan Peter, who finds himself in a world where impossible things finally become possible and where he can discover his true self. The movie is star-studded, with names such as that of Hugh Jackman, Amanda Seyfried, Rooney Mara, and Levi Miller , who plays Peter, and where all embark on a steam punk fairy tale. The movie is available in theaters beginning with October 9th.



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20 Sep 2015
Tradition and Human Rights Shifting in "Difret"
Tradition and human rights sometimes do not go hand in hand. So is the case in Difret, the Ethiopian movie which had Angelina Jolie as the executive producer and was directed by the young director Zeresenay Mehari. Action, power, but most of all the clash of tradition and culture and basic human rights make the basis of this documentary drama, which will run in selected theaters beginning with October 23.



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17 Sep 2015
Loyalties To  Be Shifted in "The Divergent Series: Allegiant"
The third part of the Divergent Series, "Allegiant" presents the part of the world outside the Chicago wall, a place where Beatrice Prior and Tobias Eaton go in exploration and find out a dystopian and quite strange universe for them. Director Robert Schwentke continues the work he has left undone in Insurgent, as well as with his prime cast: Shailene Woodley, Theo James, and Zoe Kravitz. The Divergent Series: Allegiant will be out next year in March.



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14 Sep 2015
First Person Shooter Experience in "Hardcore"
Hardcore is the first ever film to be realized in the first person "shooter" perspective, so popular in games. Directed by the young Russian Ilya Naishuller, the movie presents the doings of you, an amnesiac cyborg who is going to be guided throughout the film by different people, the accent being not on the narrative, but on the thrill and action itself. Sharlto Copley (Chappie) and Haley Bennett (The Equalizer) are part of the cast. While the movie doesn't yet have a U.S. release-date, the first trailer will give strong first impressions.



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