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Set in old Hollywood when the business was turning from silent films to talkies.
Brad Pitt, Damien Chazelle, Eric Roberts, Katherine Waterston, Tobey Maguire, P.J. Byrne, Lukas Haas, Margot Robbie, Matt Plouffe, Jeff Garlin, Adam Siegel, Li Jun Li, Marc Platt, Samara Weaving, Rory Scovel, Olivia Hamilton, Chloe Fineman, Damon Gupton, Diego Calva, Max Minghella, Jovan Adepo, Helen Estabrook, Flea, Troy Metcalf
Tells the true crime story about multiple murders of members of the Osage Indian tribe in Oklahoma that occurred after they found oil on their lands.
Martin Scorsese, Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert De Niro, Eric Roth, Brendan Fraser, John Lithgow, Sturgill Simpson, Dan Friedkin, Barry Corbin, Jesse Plemons, Pat Healy, Louis Cancelmi, Bradley Thomas, Tatanka Means, Lily Gladstone, Nathaniel Arcand, Joshua Close, Tantoo Cardinal, Cara Jade Myers, JaNae Collins, Jillian Dion
The continuation of the Sherlock Holmes story. No word on which of A.C. Doyle's stories - if any - would serve as an influence on the plot.
For millions of readers and moviegoers, Wonder is the captivating, inspiring, and uplifting story of the power of kindness – how it can build bridges and change hearts. In White Bird: A Wonder Story, kindness even has the power to save lives, as Julian Albans, the bully who left Beecher Prep, is visited by his Grandmère from Paris and is transformed by her remarkable story of compassion and courage. As a girl in Nazi-occupied France, the young Grandmère goes into hiding with the help of a schoolmate, a young man who risks everything to give her the chance to survive. Together, they find beauty and love in the secret world of their own creation.
Set in the 1950s, a young book editor grows troubled by the social trappings of her time and slowly descends into mental illness.
Set in the summer of 1982, the story tells of an average teen who embarks on a quest in his Rocky Balboa-obsessed town that swirls in his family members.
Set immediately after the Civil War, The Orphan Train depicts people from vastly different backgrounds being forced to work together when their children are mistakenly sent away on a real train that placed orphaned or unwanted children with families in the Midwest. As the parents travel seek their missing children, they encounter many setbacks and suffer many losses, but goodness, love, and faith ultimately prevail.
In 1519, Hernando Cortez leads an infiltration into Mexico bringing with him religion, diseases like smallpox and a lust for gold & silver. Right away Cortez develops a relationship with Aztec ruler Montezuma. Initially held as a guest/prisoner by the Aztec leader, Cortez eventually turns the tables. The Spanish aggression leads to outright battles with invading forces and when Montezuma finally succumbs, he is killed by his countryman shortly after. The warring continues and, Cortez fathers a child with Montezuma's daughter, following his death.
A comedy set during the Napoleonic Wars. Steve Carell would play Etienne Gerard, a soldier who considers himself a gallant swordsman but whose actual skills often pale in comparison to his own conception of them.
Follows a young man (Marc-Andre Grondin) with a face mutilated to appear that he is constantly laughing. The man, who works in a travelling caravan and is named Gwynplain, is revealed to be a son of a baron who was kidnapped at the age of two, sold and disfigured, and is now heir to a vast fortune.
Set in 1918, egged on by romantic dreams of heroism, Paul Baumer and his friends Albert and Muller voluntarily enlist in the German army. Full of excitement and patriotic fervor, the boys enthusiastically march into a war they believe in. But once on the Western Front, they discover the soul-destroying horror of WWI. Paul's preconceptions about the enemy and the rights and wrongs of the conflict crumble. On the countdown to Armistice, Paul must carry on fighting until the end, with no purpose other than to satisfy the top brass' desire to end the war on a German offensive. His fight is a harrowing account of the futility and irony of war.
Emily Brontë, a young woman, dares to form herself and to embrace her true nature, despite the consequences.