Category Drama

Asteroid City

Asteroid City, director Wes Anderson’s new film, takes place in the 1950s in a fictional town in the North American desert. Staged as a play, the story follows a convention organized to unite students and parents in an academic competition, until chaos suddenly ensues. Events on a global scale threaten to spectacularly disrupt the Junior Stargazer/Space Cadet convention itinerary in the sleepy town as events unfold that could change the world forever...

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Napoleon

The film is an original and personal look at the origins of Napoleon Bonaparte and his rapid and relentless rise to Emperor, seen through the prism of his visceral and often volatile relationship with his wife and true love, Josephine. It was in the heat of battle that Napoleon’s gifted mind as a military strategist shone brightest. Coming from nothing to rule all, he was at the same time waging another war: a romantic crusade with his adulterous wife...

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My Neighbor, Adolf

My Neighbor Adolf is an Israeli and Polish comedy-drama film set in 1960s South America. Polsky (David Hayman) is a Holocaust survivor who lives alone and enjoys solitude. However, their isolation is shaken by the arrival of a new neighbor, Mr. Herzog (Udo Kier). Immediately, Polsky is suspicious of the man, and believes him to be, in fact, Adolf Hitler. Despite the accusations, no one believes the man, and he decides to start an investigation of his own to prove his theory...

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No Hard Feelings

In Que Horas Eu Te Pego, Maddie (Jennifer Lawrence) is a woman who has the habit of always taking the wrong actions. When she realizes that she might lose her childhood home, where she grew up and lived for a long time, she decides to get a job. But it’s not just any job you find in the advertisements, but a desperate request from two parents with their nineteen-year-old son...

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Champions

In the comedy-drama Champions, Marcus (Woody Harrelson) is a former professional basketball coach who, as part of his community service, is court-ordered to work with a team of players with intellectual disabilities. Right away, Marcus has several doubts about the team’s ability, and doesn’t believe in the potential of the players. However, over time, the stubborn and hot-headed coach begins to realize that, working as a team, the team can go further than he imagined...

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Beau Is Afraid

Beau Is Afraid is a comedy-drama horror film directed by Ari Aster and produced by A24. Set in an alternate present, the plot follows Beau Wassermann (Joaquin Phoenix), an extremely tense and paranoid man who has a turbulent relationship with his domineering mother, Mona (Patti LuPone), and never knew his father. When Mona dies, Beau needs to go to his old home for the funeral, but the trip ends up being hampered by a series of unpredictable events that seem to try to divert him from his journey at any cost...

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The Little Mermaid

Live action remake of Disney’s classic 1989 cartoon The Little Mermaid. The youngest of King Triton’s (Javier Bardem) daughters, Ariel (Halle Bailey) is a beautiful and spirited young mermaid with a thirst for adventure. Wanting to discover more about the world beyond the sea, Ariel visits the surface and falls head over heels in love with dashing Prince Eric (Jonah Hauer-King) as she saves him from a shipwreck. But to look for him on dry land and approach the human prince, the mermaid asks the sea witch, Ursula (Melissa McCarthy), for help and agrees to give up her voice so that the sorceress can give her legs. Now, she will have the challenge of communicating with the boy when experiencing life on land, in addition to conflicting with her family’s values...

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John Wick: Chapter 4

The professional assassin returns to the big screen in John Wick 4: Baba Yaga. Professional assassin John Wick (Keanu Reeves) has now turned half the underworld against him with his vendetta, which is now entering its fourth round in New York, Berlin, Paris and Osaka. His team, consisting of Bowery King (Laurence Fishburne), hotel manager Winston (Ian McShane) and concierge Charon (Lance Reddick) of the legendary killer hotel Continental, are again part of the party. However, the chances of escaping this time seem nearly impossible as the biggest enemy is looming. The ruthless underworld boss Marquis of Gramont (Bill SkarsgĂ„rd), who has entire alliances behind him, poses the biggest, most bloodthirsty threat to date. But his henchmen are also tough, including Shimazu (Hiroyuki Sanada) and Killa (Scott Adkins) located. Fortunately, there are old allies like Caine (Donnie Yen) who rush to Wick’s aid...

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The Son

Sequel to Oscar-nominated The Father (2020). Florian Zeller brings The Son to the screen, a feature film that tells the story of Peter (Hugh Jackman), whose hectic life with his new partner is interrupted when his ex-wife Kate (Laura Dern) arrives with their troubled and estranged teenage son, Nicholas (Zen McGrath), throwing the family into chaos. Although Peter barely knows Nicholas, he decides to give himself a chance and agrees to host him. Peter himself has a terrible relationship with his father, who was cruel when he was still in his life...

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The Whale

In A Baleia, we follow an English teacher and his fragile relationship with his daughter, Ellie. Charlie (Brendan Fraser) is a reclusive English professor living with severe obesity and battling a binge eating disorder. He teaches online, but he always leaves his webcam turned off, afraid of his appearance. Despite living alone, he is cared for by his friend and nurse, Liz (Hong Chau). Even so, he is alone, living daily only with guilt, for abandoning Ellie (Sadie Sink), his now teenage daughter who he left with her mother Mary (Samantha Morton), when she fell in love with a man. Now, he will seek to reconnect with his teenage daughter and repair his past mistakes...

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