Jede Menge neuer Trailer, unter anderem der erste zum neuen Captain America-Haudraufdings und auch das erste Kapitel in Marvels Civil War-Saga. Dann hamwa noch den neuen Malick Knight Of Cups, Midnight Special von Jeff Nichols (dessen Take Shelter ich nach wie vor überbewertet finde), den erstem Clip zur Stephen-King-Serienverfilmung 11.22.63 und Teaser zu Legends of Tomorrow und der zweiten Transparent-Staffel (die erste muss ich noch zu Ende schauen, fand die ersten drei Episoden aber ganz hervorragend).
Favorites: Knight of Cips, Midnight Special, Captain America.
Midnight Special is a supernatural sci-fi thriller from acclaimed writer/director Jeff Nichols (Mud, Take Shelter). It stars Oscar nominee Michael Shannon (Boardwalk Empire, Man of Steel) as Roy, a father desperate to protect his uniquely gifted, eight-year-old son Alton, played by newcomer Jaeden Lieberher.
Joined by Joel Edgerton (The Great Gatsby, Animal Kingdom) and Kirsten Dunst (Spider-Man, Melancholia), this group must race to get Alton to a secret location all while being hunted by an extreme religious sect led by Sam Shepard (Mud, August: Osage County) and a government task force headed up by Adam Driver (Girls). It is a full-on chase, the outcome of which could bring about a world-changing event.
It's the fall of 1985. The intertwining tales of three 5th grade friends, Chris, Joe and Ted, unfold in the suburban paradise of Palo Alto, as the threat of a mountain lion looms over the community.
This winter, Bill Murray brings an extra-special dose of holiday cheer to Netflix with the premiere of an all-star musically-driven holiday special, A Very Murray Christmas. Set inside New York City’s iconic Carlyle hotel, A Very Murray Christmas opens with Murray preparing to host a live, international holiday broadcast. After a blizzard shuts down the production, he makes the best of the situation by singing and celebrating with friends, hotel employees and anyone else who drops by.
11.22.63 is a thriller in which high school English teacher Jake Epping (James Franco) travels back in time to prevent the assassination of President John F. Kennedy — but his mission is threatened by Lee Harvey Oswald, falling in love and the past itself, which doesn’t want to be changed.
In an adaptation of Patricia Highsmith’s seminal novel The Price of Salt, CAROL follows two women from very different backgrounds who find themselves in an unexpected love affair in 1950s New York. As conventional norms of the time challenge their undeniable attraction, an honest story emerges to reveal the resilience of the heart in the face of change.
Now out of the closet, Maura discovers the hardest part of her transition is still ahead, and faces some very tough, personal decisions about her future. As their secrets surface, the Pfeffermans stumble but persevere, moving closer toward their authentic selves.
Tess (Ryan Simpkins) is a teenage girl that has suffered for years from what appears to be mental instability, diagnosed by doctors as an identity disorder. Her mother Jessica (Annika Marks) is hoping that a move to a new home will give them both the chance to start fresh, but a series of strange events linked to Tess's supposed disorder brings about much chaos.
After being diagnosed with Dementia, an elderly war veteran is forced by his estranged family to hire a live-in nurse, only to find she harbors a sinister secret.
Featuring stunning live footage alongside intimate moments following the band in the studio, Blur's new documentary film New World Towers charts the iconic British band’s journey in recent years. From an unexpected break in Hong Kong which sowed the seeds for their first album as a four piece in 16 years, to a glorious home coming show in London's Hyde Park and, finally, the emotional reunion with their Hong Kong audience, this isn’t just a chance to witness the band at the height of their powers, but also an opportunity to see them at their most raw and candid.
Rick is a slave to the Hollywood system. He is addicted to success but simultaneously despairs at the emptiness of his life. He is at home in a world of illusions but seeks real life. Like the tarot card of the title, Rick is easily bored and needs outside stimulation. But the Knight of Cups is also an artist, a romantic and an adventurer. In Terrence Malick’s seventh film a gliding camera once again accompanies a tormented hero on his search for meaning. Once again a voiceover is laid over images which also seek their own authenticity. And once again Malick seems to put the world out of joint. His symphonic flow of images contrasts cold, functional architecture with the ageless beauty of nature. Rick’s internal monologue coalesces with the voices of the women who cross his path, women who represent different principles in life: while one lives in the real world, the other embodies beauty and sensuality. Which path will Rick choose? In the city of angels and the desert that surrounds it, will he find his own way?