Focus is a 2015 American romantic crime comedy-drama film directed by Glenn Ficarra and John Requa and produced by Denise Di Novi.  The screenplay was written by Glenn Ficarra and john Requa.

Focus | Focus Movie Poster | 2015 | Will Smith | Margot Robbie | Adrian Martinez | Gerald McRaney | Rodrigo Santoro | BD Wong | Brennan Brown | Robert Taylor | Stephanie Honore | Griff Furst | Dominic Fumusa | Glenn Ficarra | John Requa | |
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Rated:  R (movie contains brief nudity and sexual content)
Run Time:  1h 45min
Release Date:  February 27, 2015 (USA)
Genre:  Comedy, Crime, Drama, Romance
Director:  Andy Tennant
Studio:  Warner Bros. Pictures
Budget:  $50.1 Million
Box Office:  $159.1 Million

Focus stars Will Smith, Margot Robbie, Adrian Martinez, Gerald McRaney, Rodrigo Santoro, BD Wong, Brennan Brown, Robert Taylor, Stephanie Honore, Griff Furst and Dominic Famusa.

Focus is the story of Nicky Spurgeon (Will Smith), seasoned and accomplished con-man whose game is thrown off by a beautiful blonde named Jess Barrett (Margot Robbie). Seeing potential in Jess as a player in next big con and even though she is a novice, he takes her under his wing and teaches her the tricks of the trade. All goes well until the two get closer than Nicky would like and after the con, Nicky ends the relationship and leaves her.

Three years later, Nicky is in Buenos Aires working a very dangerous scheme when Jess, now a legitimate femme fatale, unexpectedly shows up. Her appearance throws Nicky for a loop at a time when he cannot afford to be off his game in any way.

Nicky is working a long con involving Garriga (Rodrigo Santoro), an international race car owner and billionaire who is interested in purchasing a software program that will help his Formula 1 race team triumph. Nicky agrees to help Garriga sell a fake version  of the program to his competitors, but as the plan goes in motion he discovers Jess and Garriga are a couple. As old feelings complicate the new arrangement, Nicky mush also contend with the no-nonsense Owens (Gerald McRaney), Garriga’s head-of-security who openly distrusts Nicky.

While Jess swears that she is on Nicky’s side and also is conning the billionaire, in a business like Nicky’s where loyalty and trust are non-existent, it’s hard to know which side she is really on.

Movie Quotes

“There’s two kinds of people in the world. There’s hammers and there’s nails. You decide which one you want to be. There’s no room for heart in this game. It will get you killed.” – Nicky
“At the end of the day, this is a game of focus. It all comes down to focus. If you can focus someone on one thing, they don’t know what else you are doing in the background to potentially harm them.” – Nicky

“Never drop the con. Die with the lie.” – Nicky

“I can convince anyone of anything. I once convinced a man that a warehouse was the Federal Reserve. So I’m good.” – Nicky
“You’re Nicky Spurgeon. They call you the best inside man that’s ever been.” – Jess
“There’s a science to getting people to trust you and then you move in for the kill. It’s all about emotion and connection.” – Nicky

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Movie Stars

Will Smith as Nicky

Margot Robbie as Jess

Adrian Martinez as Farhad

Gerald McRaney as Owens

Rodrigo Santoro as Garriga

BD Wong as Liyvan

Brennan Brown as Horst

Robert Taylor as McEwen

Stephanie Honore as Janice

Griff Furst as Gareth

Dominic Famusa as Jared

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Love Actually

Love Actually is a 2003 British Christmas-themed romantic comedy film directed by Richard Curtis and produced by Duncan Kenworthy, Tim Bevan, Eric Pellner, Debra Hayward and Liza Chasin.  The screenplay was written by Richard Curtis.

Love Actually | Love Actually Movie Poster | 2003 | Bill Nighy | Gregor Fisher | Colin Firth | Hugh Grant | Keira Knightley | Liam Neeson | Emma Thompson | Alan Rickman | Laura Linney | Chiwetel Ejiofor | Rowan Atkinson | Martin Freeman | January Jones | Billy Bob Thornton | Elisha Cuthbert | Claudia Schiffer | Denise Richards | Shannon Elizabeth | Thomas Brodie-Sangster | Ivan Milicevic | Marlene McCutchen | Richard Curtis | |
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Rated:  R (movie contains sexuality, nudity and language)
Run Time:  2h 15min
Release Date:  November 14, 2003 (USA)
Genre:  Comedy, Drama, Romance
Director:  Richard Curtis
Studio:  Universal Pictures
Budget:  $45 Million
Box Office:  $248.5 Million

Love Actually stars Bill Nighy, Gregor Fisher, Colin Firth, Hugh Grant, Kiera Knightley, Liam Neeson, Emma Thompson, Alan Rickman, Laura Linney, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Rowan Atkinson, Martin Freeman, January Jones, Billy Bob Thornton, Elisha Cuthbert, Claudia Schiffer, Denise Richards, Shannon Elizabeth, Thomas Brodie-Sangster and Ivana Milicevic.

Love Actually follows the lives of eight very different couples in dealing with their love lives in various loosely interrelated tales all set during a frantic month before Christmas in London, England about romantic love and the obstacles to happiness.

The newly elected Prime Minster (Hugh Grant) falls in love with a young junior staffer (Marlene McCutcheon); A married man, Harry (Alan Rickman) and Karen (Emma Thompson) have been in a stable long term marriage but Harry is tempted by his attractive new assistant Mia (Heike Makatsch); Daniel’s (Liam Neeson) wife has just died, leaving him to take care of his adolescent stepson Sam (Thomas Brodie-Sangster) by himself; Sarah (Laura Linney), a desperate young American girl finally takes courage to talk to Karl (Rodrigo Santoro) who she has been in love with for two years; Jamie (Colin Firth), a writer travels to the south of France on a writing retreat trying to forget about catching his latest girlfriend (Sienna Guillory) with another man and meets and falls in love with Aurelia (Lucia Moniz), the Portuguese housekeeper; Billy Mack (Bill Nighy) is an aging rock star who wants to record something new and doesn’t want to compromise his work.

The characters are falling in love, falling out of love, some are with the right people, some are with the wrong people, some are looking to have an affair, some are in the period of mourning; a capsule summary of reality. At all ages and social levels, love is the theme.

Movie Quotes

“The thing about romance is people only get together right at the very end.” – Sam
“We may be a small country, but we’re a great one, too. The country of Shakespeare, Churchill, the Beatles, Sean Connery and Harry Potter. David Beckham’s right foot. David Beckham’s left foot, come to that.” – The Prime Minster

“Which doll shall we give Daisy’s little friend Emily? The one that looks like a transvestite or the one that looks like a dominatrix?” – Karen

“Don’t buy drugs. Become a pop star, and they give you them for free!” – Billy Mack

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Movie Stars

Bill Nighy as Billy Mack

Gregor Fisher as Joe

Colin Firth as Jamie Bennett

Hugh Grant as The Prime Minster

Keira Knightley as Juliet

Liam Neeson as Daniel

Emma Thompson as Karen

Alan Rickman as Harry

Laura Linney as Sarah

Chiwetel Ejiofor as Peter

Rowan Atkinson as Rufus

Martin Freeman as John

January Jones as Jeannie

Billy Bob Thornton as The U.S. President

Elisha Cuthbert as Carol-Anne

Claudia Schiffer as Carol

Denise Richards as Carla

Shannon Elizabeth as Harriet

Thomas Brodie-Sangster as Sam

Ivana Milicevic as Stacey

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The Two Popes

The Two Popes is a 2008 American biographical drama film directed by Fernando Meirelles and produced by Dan Lin, Jonathan Eirich and Tracey Seaward.  The screenplay was written by Anthony McCarten and is based on ‘The Pope‘ by Anthony McCarten.

The Two Popes | The Two Popes Movie Poster | 2019 | Two Popes | Anthony Hopkins | Jonathan Pryce | Juan Minujin | Luis Gnecco | Cristina Banegas | Sidney Cole | Lisandro Fiks | Thomas D. Williams | Emma Bonino | Federico Torre | Fernando Meirelles | |
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Rated:  PG-13 (movie contains thematic content and disturbing violent images)
Run Time:  2h 5min
Release Date:  November 27, 2019 (USA)
Genre:  Biography, Comedy, Drama
Director:  Fernando Meirelles
Studio:  Netflix
Budget:  $37 Million
Box Office:  $720,000

The Two Popes stars Anthony Hopkins, Jonathan Pryce, Juan Minujin, Luis Gnecco, Cristina Banegas, Sidney Cole, Lisandro Fiks, Thomas D. Williams and Federico Torre.

The Two Popes is an intimate story inspired by true events of one of the most dramatic transitions of power in the last 2000 years.

In April 2005, Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio (Jonathan Pryce) is in Buenos Aires, Argentina when he receives news that Pope John Paul II has passed away. As is tradition, the Cardinals gather in Vatican City to elect a new Pope. At the time, the votes are split between Bergoglio, Joseph Ratzinger (Anthony Hopkins) and another Cardinal named Martini. Martini transfers his votes to Bergoglio, who doesn’t really want to be Pope, while Ratzinger campaigns hungrily for future votes and becomes Pope Benedict. Bergoglio returns to Argentina with plans to do simple work and then retire. Meanwhile Ratzinger’s tenure as Pope is marked by controversy and claims he is too conservative.

Frustrated with the direction of the church, in 2012 Cardinal Bergoglio requests permission to retire from Pope Benedict but Ratzinger feels that his resignation will look like a protest and criticism against him. Ratzinger grills Bergoglio on his more liberal views and Bergoglio explains he can’t be a salesperson for a product he does not believe in. He explains that while the church was dealing with its rituals and dogma, the real problem of inequality and injustice were ignored, especially the Church’s handling of sex abuses against children and Ratzinger angrily rebukes everything he says.

Instead, facing scandal and self-doubt, the introspective Pope Benedict summons his harshest critic and future successor to Rome to reveal a secret that would shake the foundations of the Catholic Church. Benedict explains that he really brought Bergoglio to Rome not to accept his retirement, but instead because he was retiring. Bergoglio is shocked, saying Popes can’t resign, and tells him not to do it, saying it would damage the papacy. He explains that he knew he could not retire if Bergoglio was resigning in case he was elected Pope. Bergoglio insists he couldn’t be Pope and doesn’t deserve to be Pope.

Behind Vatican walls, a struggle commences between both tradition and progress, guilt and forgiveness, as these two very different men confront their pasts in order to find common ground and forge a new future path for the Catholic Church and over a billion followers around the world. In 2013, Ratzinger retires, shocking the world. Bergoglio is elected to be the newest Pope and dubs himself Pope Francis.

Movie Quotes

“What is the hymn you are whistling?” – Pope Benedict
“Dancing Queen” – Pope Francis 
“There are no coincidences.” – Pope Francis

“We keep files on everyone so you don’t have to be flattered.” – Pope Benedict

“You have a spare cardinal hat?” – Pope Francis

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Movie Stars

Anthony Hopkins as Cardinal Ratzinger / Pope Benedict

Jonathan Pryce as Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio / Pope Francis

Juan Minujin as Younger Jorge Bergoglio

Luis Gnecco as Cardinal Hummes

Christina Banegas as Lisabetta

Sidney Cole as Cardinal Turkson

Lisandro Fiks as Father Jalics

Thomas D. Williams as American Journalist

Federico Torre as Protodeacon Estevez

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Knives Out

Knives Out is a 2019 American mystery crime drama film directed by Rian Johnson and produced by Ram Bergman and Rian Johnson.  The screenplay was written by Rian Johnson.

Knives Out | Knives Out Movie Poster | 2019 | Daniel Craig | Chris Evans | Ana de Armas | Jamie Lee Curtis | Michael Shannon | Don Johnson | Toni Collette | LaKeith Stanfield | Christopher Plummer | Katherine Langford | Jaeden Martell | Riki Lindhome | Edi Peterson | Frank Oz | M. Emmet Walsh | Joseph Gordon Levitt | Rian Johnson | |
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Rated:  PG-13 (movie contains thematic elements including brief violence, some strong language, sexual references and drug material)
Run Time:  2h 11min
Release Date:  November 27, 2019 (USA)
Genre:  Comedy, Crime, Drama, Mystery
Director:  Rian Johnson
Studio:  Lionsgate
Budget:  $40 Million
Box Office:  $294.8 Million

Knives Out stars Daniel Craig, Chris Evans, Ana de Armas, Jamie Lee Curtis, Michael Shannon, Don Johnson, Toni Collette, LaKeith Stanfield, Christopher Plummer, Katherine Langford, Riki Lindhome, Edi Peterson, Frank Oz, M. Emmett Walsh and Joseph Gordon Levitt.

Knives Out is the story of Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig), the renowned investigator who has been hired to look into the apparent murder of famed writer Harlan Thrombey (Christopher Plummer). The culprit could be one of his family members: daughter Linda (Jamie Lee Curtis), son Walt (Michael Shannon), son-in-law Richard (Don Johnson), daughter-in-law Joni (Toni Collette), granddaughter Meg (Katherine Langford) or grandson Ransom (Chris Evans). Or maybe it’s his personal nurse Marta (Ana de Armas).

Movie Quotes

“This is a twisted web and we are not finished untangling it, not yet.” – Benoit Blanc
“What is this, CSI: KFC?” – Ransom Drysdale 
“Look around. The guy basically lives in a Clue board.” – Detective Elliot

“I’ve never been to a will reading before.” – Marta Cabrera
“Think of it as a tax return performed by a community theater.” – Benoit Blanc

“Funny, Ransom, you skipped the funeral, but you’re early for the will reading.” – Walt Thrombey

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Movie Stars

Daniel Craig as Banoit Blanc

Chris Evans as Ransom Drysdale

Ana de Armas as Marta Cabrera

Jamie Lee Curtis as Linda Drysdale

Michael Shannon as Walt Thrombey

Don Johnson as Richard Drysdale

Toni Collette as Joni Thrombey

LaKeith Stanfield as Lieutenant Elliot

Christopher Plummer as Harlan Thrombey

Katherine Langford as Meg Thrombey

Jaeden Martell as Jacob Thrombey

Riki Lindhome as Donna Thrombey

Edi Peterson as Fran

Frank Oz as Alan Stevens

M. Emmet Walsh as Mr. Proofroc

Joseph Gordon Levitt as Detective Hardrock

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The Legend of Bagger Vance

The Legend of Bagger Vance is a 2000 American sports drama film directed by Robert Redford and produced by Michael Nozik, Jake Eberts and Robert Redford.  The screenplay was written by Jeremy Leven and is based on the 1995 novel The Legend of Bagger Vance: A Novel of Golf and the Game of Life by Steven Pressfield.

The Legend of Bagger Vance | The Legend of Bagger Vance Movie Poster | 2000 | Legend of Bagger Vance | Will Smith | Matt Damon | Charlize Theron | Bruce McGill | Joel Gretsch | J. Michael Moncrief | Peter Gerety | Lane Smith | Carrie Preston | Jack Lemmon | Robert Redford | |
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Rated:  PG-13 (movie contains some sexual content)
Run Time:  2h 6min
Release Date:  November 6, 2000 (USA)
Genre:  Comedy, Drama, Romance, Sports
Director:  Robert Redford
Studio:  Dreamworks Pictures
Budget:  $80 Million
Box Office:  $39.5 Million

Fool’s Gold stars Will Smith, Matt Damon, Charlize Theron, Bruce McGill, Joel Gretsch, J. Michael Moncrief, Peter Gerety, Lane Smith,Carrie Preston and Jack Lemmon.

The Legend of Bagger Vance is the story of Hardy Greaves (Jack Lemmon), an old man having his sixth heart attack while playing golf contemplates how his wife used to ask him why he insisted on playing “a game that seems destined to kill” him. Explaining his love for the game, he begins the story of his childhood idol, Captain Rannulph Junuh (Matt Damon).

During the Great Depression, Georgia socialite Adele Invergordon (Charlize Theron) announces a publicity-garnering high-stakes match play exhibition at her struggling family golf course, featuring the greatest golfers of the era including Walter Hagen (Bruce McGill) and Bobby Jones (Joel Gretsch). The townspeople insist on having “one of their own” compete for the grand prize of $10,000 and nominate Rannulph Junuh to represent Savanah. Junuh was one of the best golfers in Savanah but his career and life were derailed by World War I.

Junuh has not touched a club in years and as he dusts off the old sticks he discovers his game is weak and that he lost touch with his swing. As he hits balls into the dark night, seemingly out of nowhere a man walks into his life and changes it forever. The man introduces himself as Bagger Vance (Will Smith) and asks Junuh if he might have something warm to eat and a place to rest his feet. Bagger asks why he is hitting balls so late and Junuh tells him he was asked to play but has lost his ability. Bagger insists he just need to find his swing and offers to Caddy for him and help him regain his “authentic swing“. Junuh agrees to play in the big match and finds his swing and regains his life.

Movie Quotes

“I hear you lost your swing. I guess we got to go find it.” – Bagger Vance 
“Interestin’ match.” – Rannulph Junuh
“I’ve always thought so.” – Adele Invergordon

“”See, the trick is… to find your swing.” – Bagger Vance
“What’d you say?” – Rannulph Junuh
“Well you lost your swing… we got to go find it… no it’s somewhere… in the harmony… of all that is… all that was… all that will be.” – Bagger Vance

“Whose out there?” – Rannulph Junuh
“Just me. Just a man trying to find a place to rest his tired feet, taking in some of God’s glory. My what a night!” – Bagger Vance
“I could have killed you out there!” – Rannulph Junuh
“Oh no sir. See. I set myself directly in front of ya. Judging by the way you’d been hitting them balls I figured that’s where I’d be out of harms way.” – Bagger Vance

Official Movie Trailer

Movie Stars

Will Smith as Bagger Vance

Matt Damon as Rannulph Junuh

Charlize Theron as Adele Invergordon

Bruce McGill as Walter Hagen

Joel Gretsch as Bobby Jones

J. Michael Moncrief as Hardy Greaves

Peter Gerety as Neskaloosa

Lane Smith as Grandland Rice

Carrie Preston as Idalyn Greaves

Jack Lemmon as Narrator / Old Hardy Greaves

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Bombshell is a 2019 American biographical comedy-drama film directed by Jay Roach and produced by Aaron L. Gilbert, Jay Roach, Robert Graf, Michelle Graham, Charles Randolph, Margaret Riley, Charlize Theron, A.J. Dix and Beth Kono.  The screenplay was written by Charles Randolph.

Bombshell | Bombshell Movie Poster | 2019 | Charlize Theron | Nicole Kidman | Margot Robbie | John Lithgow | Allison Janney | Kate McKinnon | Connie Britton | Liv Henson | Brigette Lundy | Anne Ramsay | Elisabeth Rohm | P.J. Byrne | Alice Eve | Ashley Green | Holland Taylor | Malcolm McDowell | Richard Kind | Andy Buckley | Stephen Root | Brian d'Arcy James | Jay Roach | |
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Rated:  R (movie contains sexual material and language throughout)
Run Time:  1h 49min
Release Date:  December 13, 2019 (USA)
Genre:  Biography, Comedy, Drama
Director:  Jay Roach
Studio:  Lionsgate
Budget:  $32 Million
Box Office:  $47.2 Million

Bombshell stars Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman, Margot Robbie, John Lithgow, Allison Janney, Kate McKinnon, Connie Britton, Liv Henson, Anne Ramsay, Elisabeth Rohm, P.J. Byrne, Alice Eve, Ashley Green, Holland Taylor, Malcolm McDowell, Richard Kind, Andy Buckley, Stephen Root and Brian d’Arcy James.

Bombshell is the story of Megyn Kelly (Charlize Theron), one of the Fox News network’s biggest personalities who discovers she’s not the only one to have been harassed by head honcho Roger Ailes (John Lithgow). She investigates the situation after former host Gretchen Carlson (Nicole Kidman) slaps Fox News founder Roger Ailes with a lawsuit alleging sexual harassment.

The story intertwines the stories of three different women who work at Fox News including Megyn Kelly, Gretchen Carlson and Kayla Popisil. As Megyn Kelly prepares to moderate a debate of the Republican candidates for President in the 2016 primaries, Despite some push-back from colleagues, she is determined to ask Trump about his sexist comments toward women. Megyn is distressed at the amount of hate she receives after the debate and the fact that she became the story instead of reporting it.

Gretchen Carlson was the co-host of Fox and Friends, but war removed from that spot and given a less valuable afternoon one. After enduring sexist comment after sexist comment, sometimes on the air, she is tired of it and meets with an attorney. Her attorney tells her that her contract makes it tough to fight back and also that her workaround would be to sue Roger Ailes directly, but she would need hard evidence and other women would need to come forward.

Meanwhile, Kayla Popisil (Margot Robbie) is a young conservative woman raised in a religous home who worships the right-wing and conservative Fox News network. She began her career working under Carlson, until she is offered a promotion to Bill O’Reilly’s show, the network’s biggest program. She moves to O’Reilly and gets chewed out by him during her first day.

Upon word of the lawsuit, Roger meets with Rupert Murdoch (Malcolm McDowell), his longtime friend and owner of Fox News, and the term’s of Roger’s exit are settled. Megyn is informed that Roger is out while at the Republican National Convention. Murdoch enters the newsroom and gives a speech to everyone telling them that Roger is gone and that he will be taking over. Gretchen gets a settlement offer of twenty million dollars and an apology from Fox News. She tells her audience she doesn’t care if they like her and just cares that they believe her. Her attorneys tell her that along with the settlement comes a non-disclosure, which means she can never tell her story. Gretchen looks out into the audience and says, ‘maybe’.

Movie Quotes

“Start with a clear villain: liberal judge, pinhead mayor, Hollywood, Vermont Conservatives want to conserve. You’re the last defense against Jesus-hating, trans-loving, Clinton-controlled Armageddon.” – Jess Carr 
“I did the seminar twice. I never heard about a hotline.” – Julia Clarke
“‘Cause its B.S.! Our contracts give them the right to monitor our communications. A hotline in this building is like a complaint box in Occupied Paris. Basically, we’re telling women: go on and speak up for yourself. Just know the whole network is with Roger. You want airtime, assignments, show slots? Go ahead and call the paranoid guy handing them out to a pervert. And do so on an anonymous hotline that he controls, using phones he has a contractual right to record.” – Megyn Kelly

“This is the only job I’ve ever wanted. I don’t want to be on TV, I want to be on Fox! My family, everyday of the week, and every holiday, especially, we watch Fox News. We’re like addicts.” – Kayla Pospisil

“To be clear, I will not be kissing Trump’s ass at nine o’clock.” – Megyn Kelly
“We fight tomorrow’s fight tomorrow.” – Roger Ailes

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Movie Stars

Charlize Theron as Megyn Kelly

Nicole Kidman as Gretchen Carlson

Margot Robbie as Kayla Pospisil

John Lithgow as Roger Ailes

Allison Janney as Susan Estrich

Kate McKinnon as Jess Carr

Connie Britton as Beth Ailes

Liv Hewson as Lily Balin

Brigette Lundy-Payne as Julia Clarke

Anne Ramsay as Greta Van Susteran

Elisabeth Rohm as Martha MacCallum

P.J. Byrne as Neil Cavuto

Alice Eve as Ainsley Earhardt

Ashley Green as Abbey Huntsman

Holland Taylor as Faye

Malcolm McDowell as Rupert Murdoch

Richard Kind as Rudi Giuliani

Andy Buckley as Gerson Zweifach

Stephen Root as Neil Mullen

Brian d’Arcy James as Brian Wilson

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Marriage Story

Marriage Story is a 2019 American romantic drama film directed by Noah Baumbach and produced by David Heyman and Noah Baumbach.  The screenplay was written by Noah Baumbach.

Marriage Story | Marriage Story Movie Poster | 2019 | Adam Driver | Scarlett Johansson | Laura Dern | Alan Alda | Ray Liotta | Merritt Weaver | Merritt Wever | Azhy Robertson | Julie Hagerty | Wallace Shawn | Brooke Bloom | Kyle Bornheimer | Noah Baumbach | |
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Rated:  R (movie contains language throughout and sexual references)
Run Time:  2h 17min
Release Date:  November 6, 2019 (USA)
Genre:  Comedy, Drama, Romance
Director:  Noah Baumbach
Studio:  Netflix
Budget:  $18 Million
Box Office:  $2.3 Million

Marriage Story stars Adam Driver, Scarlett Johansson, Laura Dern, Alan Alda, Ray Liotta, Merritt Wever, Azhy Robertson, Wallace Shawn, Brooke Bloom, Julie Hagerty and Kyle Bornheimer.

Marriage Story is the story of successful New York theatre director Charlie Barber (Adam Driver) and his lauded actress wife Nicole (Scarlett Johannson) who are struggling through an impending divorce and working with a mediator rather than each hiring lawyers. The two currently live in New York City where Charlie directs plays and Nicole stars in them. However, Nicole is offered a TV pilot and has to leave Charlie’s play right before its Broadway transfer to go to Los Angeles to shoot it and she takes their son Henry (Azhy Robertson) with her to stay at her mom Sandra’s (Julie Hagerty) house.

While in Los Angeles, a co-worker strongly recommends Nicole get a divorce lawyer, and refers her to Nora Fanshaw (Laura Dern), a professional and extremely high-powered attorney. Nora asks Nicole her story, and Nicole explains how she was formerly a well-known actress who grew up in Los Angeles, but on a trip to New York fell in love with Charlie and began starring in his small productions, bringing eyes to his theatre which they built up together.

Meanwhile, Charlie flies out to LA on breaks from his play rehearsals to see Henry whenever he can. The two are struggling through a grueling, coast-to-coast divorce that pushes them to their personal and creative extremes.

Movie Quotes

“Criminal lawyers see bad people at their best, divorce lawyers see good people at their worst.” – Ted 
“The dead part wasn’t dead, it was just in a coma. And it was better than the sex, the talking. Although the sex was also like the talking. You know, everything is like everything in a relationship. Don’t you find that? And, um, so we spent the whole night and the next day together, and I just never left. Yes, to be honest, all the problems were there in the beginning too. But I just went along with him and his life because it felt so damn good to feel myself alive.” – Nicole

“I cried four times.” – Henry Barber
“Me too. I wonder if it was the same four.” – Charlie

“Getting divorced with a kid is one of the hardest things to do. It’s like a death without a body.” – Bert Spitz

Official Movie Trailer

Movie Stars

Adam Driver as Charlie

Scarlett Johansson as Nicole

Laura Dern as Nora Fanshaw

Alan Alda as Bert Spitz

Ray Liotta as Jay Marotta

Merritt Wever as Cassie

Azhy Robertson as Henry Barber

Julie Hagerty as Sandra

Wallace Shawn as Frank

Brooke Bloom as Mary Ann

Kyle Bornheimer as Ted

Additional Information


Welcome to Marwen

Welcome to Marwen is a 2018 American biographical comedic drama film directed by Robert Zemekis and produced by Jack Rapke, Steve Starkey and Robert Zemekis.  The screenplay was written by Caroline Thompson and Robert Zemekis and was inspired by Jeff Malmberg’s 2010 documentary Marwencol.

Welcome to Marwen | Welcome to Marwen Movie Poster | 2018 | Steve Carell | Leslie Mann | Janelle Monae | Merritt Weaver | Merritt Wever | Diane Kruger | Wiza Gonzalez | Gwendoline Christie | Leslie Harter Zemekis | Neil Jackson | Falk Hentschel | Stefanie von Pfetten | Siobhan Williams | Matt O'Leary | Nikolai Witschl | Conrad Coates | Patrick Roccas | Alexander Lowe | Robert Zemekis | |
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Rated:  PG-13 (movie contains sequences of fantasy violence, some disturbing images, brief suggestive content, thematic material and language)
Run Time:  1h 56min
Release Date:  December 21, 2018 (USA)
Genre:  Biography, Comedy, Drama
Director:  Robert Zemekis
Studio:  Universal Pictures
Budget:  $39-50 Million
Box Office:  $12.9 Million

Welcome to Marwen stars Steve Carell, Leslie Mann, Janelle Monae, Merritt Wever, Diane Kruger, Eiza Gonzalez, Gwendoline Christie, Leslie Harter Zemekis, Neil Jackson, Falk Hentschel, Stefanie von Pfetten, Siobhan Williams, Matt O’Leary, Nikolai Witschl, Conrad Coates, Patrick Roccas and Alexander Lowe.

Welcome to Marwen follows the true story of Mark Hogancamp (Steve Carell), a man struggling with PTSD who, after being physically assaulted, meticulously creates a miniature model of a fictional Belgian town he calls Marwen to help him ease his trauma. No one expects Hogencamp to recover from a brutal attack from five neo-Nazis that nearly killed him and wiped away all of his memories.

Prior to the attack, Mark was a talented World War II illustrator but is left without the fine motor control to draw any longer. However, Mark is an artist at heart and turns his creative outlet to photography when he starts documenting life in Marwen. His astonishing art installation soon comes to life with breathtakingly realistic dolls — replicas of people in his life and a testament to the most powerful women he knows.

Going through scrapbooks allows him to put together pieces from the past and present as he tries to get a sense of what his life was before the beating. He was married to a real-life Wendy (Stephanie von Pfetten) at one point. Another set of photos show him in rehab with Julie (Janelle Monae), an Iraq vet who lost one of her legs. He is visited once a month by his Russian caretaker Anna (Gwendolyn Christie) and she like many people in Mark’s life, knows of Marwen and the fact that one of the dolls is based off of her. Hogencamp has a doll that represents himself and calls him Captain Hogie and he is a World War II fighter pilot.

Mark’s neighbor Nicol (Leslie Mann) comes over to introduce herself and sees Marwen in his yard and he gives her a tour. He shows her all of his dolls and shows her pictures he has taken. Mark explains to Nicol that his models in Marwen are based on people he knows and describes their roles in his life, as well as how “Marwen” is a combination of Mark and Wendy. He later acquires a new doll and names her Nicol and incorporates her into a scenario in which Captain Hogie is taken by the Nazis, and she joins the other women in a rescue mission.

Through his fantasy world, Hogancamp finds the strength to triumph in the real world and eventually face his attackers.

Movie Quotes

“One foot in front of the other. You got it, Mark. Embrace the pain. Our pain is our rocket fuel.” – G.I. Julie 
“The life I once had was taken away from me, but I’m still here. I have hope, and I have my town, and I have my friends, and I’ll be okay.” – Mark Hogencamp

“They kicked every memory I ever had out of my head. Everything from before the attack is gone, so my dolls have to tell the story.” – Mark Hogencamp

“To life. To love. To the women of Marwen.” – Mark Hogencamp

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Movie Stars

Steve Carell as Mark Hogancamp / Cap’n Hogie

Leslie Mann as Nicol

Janelle Monae as G.I. Julie

Merritt Wever as Roberta

Diane Kruger as Deja Thoris

Eiza Gonzalez as Carlala

Gwendoline Christie as Anna

Leslie Harter Zemekis as Suzette

Neil Jackson as Kurt / Major Meyer

Falk Hentschel as Captain Topf / Louis

Stefanie von Pfetten as Wendy

Siobhan Williams as Elsa

Matt O’Leary as Lieutenant Benz / Carl

Nikolai Witschl as SS Trooper Rudolph / Rudy

Conrad Coates as Demaryius Johnson

Patrick Roccas as Stefan / Stevie

Alexander Lowe as Werner / Vern

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Dogma is a 1999 American comedy drama adventure film directed by Kevin Smith and produced by Scott Mosier.  The screenplay was written by Kevin Smith.

Dogma | Dogma Movie Poster | 1999 | Kevin Smith | Matt Damon | Ben Affleck | Linda Fiorentino | Alan Rickman | Jason Mewes | Salma Hayek | Chris Rock | George Carlin | Alanis Morisette | Jason Lee | Janeane Garofalo | Brian O'Halloran | Jeff Anderson | Ethan Suplee | Gwyneth Paltrow | |
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Rated:  R (movie contains strong language including sex-related dialogue, crude humor and some drug content)
Run Time:  2h 10min
Release Date:  November 12, 1999 (USA)
Genre:  Action, Adventure, Romance, Comedy
Director:  Kevin Smith
Studio:  Lion’s Gate Films
Budget:  $10 Million
Box Office:  $44 Million

Dogma stars Kevin Smith, Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, Linda Fiorentino, Alan Rickman, Jason Mewes, Salma Hayek, Chris Rock, George Carlin, Alanis Morisette, Jason Lee, Janeane Garofalo, Brian O’Halloran, Jeff Anderson, Ethan Suplee and Gwyneth Paltrow.

Dogma is the story of Bethany (Linda Fiorentino), an abortion clinic worker with a special heritage.  When Bethany is visited by the Metatron (Alan Rickman), he enlists her with a mission to help save humanity.  Meanwhile, two fallen angels, Loki (Matt Damon) and Bartleby (Ben Affleck), who were ejected from paradise and find themselves banned in Wisconsin.  They are now headed for New Jersey to exploit a loophole that can get them back into heaven.  The only catch is that it will destroy humanity.  Along the way, Bethany is aided by two prophets, Jay (Jason Mewes) and Silent Bob (Kevin Smith).  With the help of Rufus (Chris Rock), the 13th Apostle, they must stop those who stand in their way and prevent the angels from entering Heaven and undoing the fabric of the universe.

Movie Quotes

“Last four days on earth, if I had a dick I’d go get laid.” – Bartleby
We’ll do the next best thing, lets kill people.” – Loki 
“Mass genocide is the most exhausting activity one can engage in, next to soccer.” – Loki

“Mr. McGee, don’t make me angry. You wouldn’t like me when I’m angry.” – Bartleby

“I feel like I’m Han Solo, you’re Chewie, and she’s Ben Kenobi and we’re in that crazy bar.” – Jay

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Movie Stars

Kevin Smith as Silent Bob

Matt Damon as Loki

Ben Affleck as Bartleby

Linda Fiorentino as Bethany

Alan Rickman as Metatron

Jason Mewes as Jay

Salma Hayek as Serendipity

Chris Rock as Rufus

George Carlin as Cardinal Glick

Alanis Morisette as God

Jason Lee as Azrael

Janeane Garofalo as Liz

Brian O’Halloran as Grant Hicks

Jeff Anderson as Gun Salesman

Ethan Suplee as Norman

Gwyneth Paltrow as Woman at Airport

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Kingsman: The Secret Service

Kingsman: The Secret Service is a 2014 American action spy comedy adventure film directed by Matthew Vaughn and produced by Matthew Vaughn and David Reid.  The screenplay was written by Jane Goldman and Matthew Vaughn and is based on ‘The Secret Service’ by Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons.

Kingsman: The Secret Service | Kingsman: The Secret Service Movie Poster | 2015 | Taron Egerton | Colin Firth | Mark Strong | Samuel L. Jackson | Sophie Cookson | Sofia Boutella | Edward Holcraft | Mark Hamill | Michael Caine | Samantha Womack | Jack Davenport | Hanna Alstrom | Lily Travers | Matthew Vaughn | |
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Rated:  R (movie contains sequences of strong violence, language and some sexual content)
Run Time:  2h 9min
Release Date:  February 13, 2015 (USA)
Genre:  Action, Adventure, Comedy, Spy
Director:  Matthew Vaughn
Studio:  20th Century Fox
Budget:  $94 Million
Box Office:  $414.4 Million

Kingsman: The Secret Service stars Taron Egerton, Colin Firth, Mark Strong, Samuel L. Jackson, Sophie Cookson, Sofia Boutella, Edward Holcraft, Mark Hamill, Michael Caine, Samanth Womack, Jack Davenport, Hanna Alstrom and Lily Travers.

Kingsman: The Secret Service is the story of Gary ‘Eggsy’ Unwin (Taron Egerton), an unrefined but promising street kid who lives with his mother in a South London housing estate and seems headed for a life behind bars.  Eggsy’s father died when he was young and his mother is now living with a creep who mistreats her and Eggsy.  When Eggsy has a run in with some nefarious sorts, he ends up getting arrested.

Just after his father died, a man at the funeral gave Eggsy a phone number to call if he ever needed help.  Remembering the instructions, he called the number leaves a message on the machine and shortly after a man named Harry Hart (Colin Firth) frees him from jail and tells Eggsy that he was a friend of his father’s.

When the man who Eggsy slighted wants some payback, Harry steps up and single-handedly takes care of him and his companions.  Harry then tells Eggsy that he is part of a secret organization called ‘The Kingsman’ which his father was also a member and that his father died trying to make the world safe.  Harry offers Eggsy an opportunity to be a Kingsman, and after accepting the offer, he begins a grueling training course.

Meanwhile, Harry is looking into the demise of another Kingsman agent and the trail leads him to tech billionaire Richmond Valentine (Samuel L. Jackson) who is planning to launch a diabolical plan to solve the problem of climate change via a worldwide killing spree using mind altering chips implanted in peoples cell phones.

Movie Quotes

“He made me kill professor Arnold. I god damn loved Professor Arnold.” – Richmond Valentine 
“Limits must be tested.” – Harry Hart

“So what does this do? Electrocute someone?” – Gary ‘Eggsy’ Unwin
“Don’t be ridiculous. It’s a hand grenade.” – Harry Hart
“Shut Up!” – Gary ‘Eggsy’ Unwin

“Manners maketh man.” – Harry Hart

“I’m a Catholic whore, currently enjoying congress out of wedlock with my black Jewish boyfriend who works at a military abortion clinic. So hail Satan, and have a lovely day, madam.” – Harry Hart

“You shot a dog just to get a job?” – Gary ‘Eggsy’ Unwin

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Movie Stars

Taron Egerton as Gary ‘Eggsy’ Unwin

Colin Firth as Harry Hart / Galahad

Mark Strong as Merlin

Samuel L. Jackson as Richmond Valentine / V

Sophie Cookson as Roxy

Sofia Boutella as Gazelle

Edward Holcraft as Charlie

Mark Hamill as Professor Arnold

Michael Caine as Arthur

Samantha Womack as Michelle Unwin

Jack Davenport as Lancelot

Hanna Alstrom as Princess Tilde

Lily Travers as Lady Sophie

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