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Neue Trailer zu Baz Luhrmanns 70s-in-New-York-Serie The Get Down (Drama rund um die Entstehung von Graffiti, Hip Hop und Punk – dürfte das bessere Vinyl werden und Netflix drinks HBOs Milkshake), zu Dante Lams Actioner Operation Mekong, der Manga-Verfilmung Frog Man (eigentlich Museum: The Serial Killer Is Laughing In The Rain, ich weigere mich aber, den Film mit so ’nem unrythmischen Schlonz zu betiteln), einem japanischen Trailer zu Assassins Creed, dem Hulu-Film Joshy, sowie dem Drama When the Ocean met the Sky.
Summer 1977. New York City is broken down and beaten-up. Armed only with verbal games, improvised dance steps, some markers and spray cans, this rag-tag crew of South Bronx teenagers will make a pact that becomes bigger than all of them and change their lives -- and the world -- forever.
A police detective on the trailer of a mysterious frog-masked serial killer who becomes aware that his wife is likely an upcoming target. (Twitch)
Operation Mekong tells the story of a merchant vessel operating in the Mekong River Delta that was attacked by bandits in 2011, in a blood bath that left 13 people dead. When investigators on the scene uncovered a huge stash of drugs onboard, the Chinese authorities mounted an investigation to determine exactly what went down.
When Callum Lynch explores the memories of his ancestor Aguilar and gains the skills of a Master Assassin, he discovers he is a descendant of the secret Assassins society.
Joshy's friends aren't going to let his cancelled wedding get in the way of the bachelor party.
A psychologist who begins working with a young boy who has suffered a near-fatal fall finds himself drawn into a mystery that tests the boundaries of fantasy and reality.
Three twenty-something brothers are sent on a wilderness adventure designed as the last will and testament of their late and eccentric parents. In order to gain their inheritance, the three must all complete the trek together. Along the way, Daniel (the eldest, a father and business man), Tyler (the middle son, aimless and sensitive), and Jordan (the youngest brother, sweet and naive) encounter their eccentric stoner guide, Carter Cooper Jr., who seems to heighten the tension on an already tenuous trip.