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 Eddie the Eagle 
Eddie the Eagle

Genar: Biography | Comedy | Drama
Director: Dexter Fletcher
Writer: Sean Macaulay (screenplay), Simon Kelton (screenplay)
Stars: Taron Egerton, Hugh Jackman, Tom Costello
File Size: 776.0 MB

       Most American moviegoers don't know the story of Eddie Edwards, the plasterer who managed to represent Great Britain in the 1988 Olympic ski-jumping contest despite a startling lack of athletic prowess. And they won't quite know it even after Eddie the Eagle, which takes tremendous liberties with the actual facts (which are sometimes more colorful than the script's inventions). But the essence of what made the man inspiring to so many it's not the winning, but the effort that's important comes through with gonglike clarity in Dexter Fletcher's film, a straight-down-the-ramp sports tale that plays to the average man's dreams of momentary greatness. With Hugh Jackman as Eddie's coach, multiplex doors are open to the ingratiating pic, though it may not be greeted quite as warmly elsewhere as it was in this ski town at a "secret" Sundance screening.
        Steve Coogan was once slated to play the gawky, eccentric Eddie; a few years later, Rupert Grint had the gig. But in the end it went to Taron Egerton, fresh from Kingsman: The Secret Service and ready for a major change from that film's wannabe Bond glamour. Here, he wears awkward, ill-fitting glasses and screws his face up as if suffering from a mild palsy, playing a man who dreamed of being an Olympian from childhood but proved incompetent at every sport he tried.
       As Sean Macaulay and Simon Kelton's script has it, Eddie finally got passably good at downhill skiing, but when the time came to pick Britain's 1988 team, he was just too big a klutz. But when he learned of antiquated rules that made it much easier to get on the bill as a ski-jumper than a regular skier the nation had no ski-jump ramps, so competition was nonexistent he decided to qualify in that category. Though he'd never jumped in his life.
       The real Edwards in fact had considerably more experience, and had stunt-jumped over buses and cars, but that's not a good enough story for Eagle, which gets most of its mileage out of looking up at big ramps 40 meters, 70 meters, the neck-breaking 90 and treating them like frontiers of unthinkable difficulty. Eddie faces these challenges in Garmisch, Germany, where he meets the fictional Bronson Peary (Jackman), a onetime U.S. Ski Team star who was kicked out by also-fictional coach Warren Sharp (Christopher Walken) for being a rule-breaking hotshot whose daredevilry was sure to get his wingman killed some day. Wait, that last part was from Top Gun.These days, Peary drives a snowplow and drinks his breakfast from a whiskey bottle. He's disgusted by Eddie's attempts to teach himself how to jump, but in the way of underdog sports films, he soon comes around, if only to keep the stupid kid from killing himself. It doesn't hurt that Peary despises the Finnish ski studs who taunt Eddie with their superior technique and proud Scandinavian penises.
       And now it's time for a Hall & Oates training montage, in which the grouchy vet imparts ski-jump wisdom ("Approach the leap as if you're screwing Bo Derek") to his student, who has stolen his dad's van and borrowed the family's savings from Mom in order to pay for his attempts to qualify for the Olympics. Spoiler alert: He qualifies, and his performance there, of which we will say nothing, endears him to home viewers and the press to an extent sure to rile athletes who've been training since they were 5 or 6. That last bit, at least, is true.Egerton lays the I'm-a-dork routine on awfully thick in the film's first act, but the performance gets easier to take as the film goes on perhaps mellowing in the presence of Jackman, who seems to understand there's no need to push himself in such a cookie-cutter role. Matthew Margeson's synth-heavy score apes 1988 perfectly well, and the gravity-defying action gives this pic a slight thrill-ride edge over Cool Runnings, which was based on another unlikely story from the 1988 Winter Games and was a clear inspiration here. Still, this being Sundance, a viewer can't help but wonder how this tale might have been told by a director currently in town with another film: Having made a 1976 documentary about woodcarver turned ski-jumper Walter Steiner and been an amateur jumper himself, what would Werner Herzog have made of Eddie Edwards' feats of mad bravery?
Distributor: 20th Century Fox
Production companies: Marv Films, Saville Productions




Batman.v.superman.dawn.of.justice
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice 

Genar: Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi
Director: Zack Snyder
Writer: Chris Terrio, David S. Goyer
Stars: Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Amy Adams
File Size: 889.2 MB

       "Nobody cares about Clark Kent taking on the Batman," the Daily Planet's editor dismissively remarks early on in the lumbering steamroller that is Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. But Warner Bros. devoutly prays that this sentiment is not the case. The studio has a great deal riding on this battle of culturally imperishable superheroes, the launchpad for its proposed series of "DC Extended Universe" tentpoles that it hopes will prove viable rivals to Marvel's vaunted cinematic gold mine of comic book figures turned film franchises.
        Opening this weekend on roughly 4,000 screens domestically and 30,000 worldwide, this dramatically dark and physically gigantic venture is estimated to need to haul in $1 billion at the very least to justify itself financially and pave the way for the flood of WB/DC outings already set for release over the next four years. With significantly stronger international than domestic results likely, it may well earn its keep. But after Man of Steel three years ago, the studio had to know what it was getting with director Zack Snyder; the film may be imposing, but it's not fun.
        The main issue facing the writers of a superhero smackdown like this is concocting a reason why, given all the evil out there, they have to fight each other as well as, in this case, coming up with a way to level the playing field when one hero is essentially immortal and the other is just a really buff rich guy with a costume and lots of gizmos. Screenwriters Chris Terrio (Argo) and David S. Goyer (all three of Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight blockbusters) have sort of solved this by devising ways to make Superman more frequently vulnerable than he's ever been before. But the villain here, Jesse Eisenberg's Lex Luthor, is so intensely annoying that, very early on, you wish Batman and Superman would just patch up their differences and join forces to put the squirrelly rascal out of his, and our, misery.The story does take an epic, rangy perspective, as the long setup jumps from one far-flung locale to another to establish pockets of evil while also dramatizing Bruce Wayne's backstory, here conceived as seeing his parents gunned down in the street after emerging from a theater showing Excalibur. Seemingly disconnected worldwide events Metropolis being destroyed as a huge spacecraft with claws hangs overhead, Lois Lane (Amy Adams) on assignment in Africa, criminals threatening wider destruction with a dirty bomb are mixed in with Bruce (Ben Affleck, fitting the role just fine) brooding over his place in the world and his legacy, to which his butler Alfred (Jeremy Irons, who could use more to do) replies with perhaps the film's best line: "Even you've grown too old to die young."
        The solemn, grandiose atmosphere is severely disrupted by Luthor, portrayed by Eisenberg as a privileged tech guru who makes the actor's take on Mark Zuckerberg look like the epitome of style and manners. Loaded with vocal tics and gushing with smarmy ripostes and threats, the character is loathsome without an ounce of insidious charm; if the legacy of the studio's Dark Knight films might have suggested anything, it should have been in the area of great villains, but here there is just a great vacuum.For his part, Batman is provided with plentiful backstory and psychology, but the mature character, as written, never comes into full bloom; all the same, one can look ahead with some hope to Affleck in the role in future installments. Cavill is also likeable enough but, again, hamstrung by the twisty, convoluted inventions designed to limit his abilities during long stretches.Stylistically, it's clear that Snyder felt the weight of responsibility entailed in setting the visual and tonal template for Warners' DC universe to come; with all the ominous foreboding and hues much darker than the director worked with on Man of Steel, one senses him and cinematographer Larry Fong (in their fourth collaboration, although Fong did not shoot Man of Steel) figuratively looking over their shoulders in the direction of hovering executive producer Nolan to make sure it's all black and bleak enough. This applies as well to Patrick Tatopoulos' envelopingly gloomy production design as well as to the score by Nolan regular Hans Zimmer and the latter's collaborator here, Junkie KC, who have come up with a number of very effective musical passages that seriously enhance the mood of impending doom. The look of the bat suit keeps evolving, and Michael Wilkinson's costumes impressively meet a wide variety of requirements.
       Based on these proceedings, it's hard to say what ought to happen between Batman and Superman in the future, even, indeed, if they actually should share the screen again. Obviously, if they fight, it would always have to be to a draw, so for the most part they should collaborate. If Warners does end up making more stand-alone Batman and Superman films, the most enjoyable solution would probably be to have the superheroes drop in for surprise visits to the other's world from time to time, just to help out. As other DC characters are rotated into the Warner Bros.' big-screen world, it's to be hoped that they are introduced and integrated into the flow of events more gracefully than is Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) here. It's as if the filmmakers have simply thrown up their hands at the challenge; after having been briefly glimpsed earlier, she's tossed into the epic final battle, between the two heroes and a raging giant that burns as hot as the sun, only to quickly assume battle posture with her sword and shield. Good luck with that.
Distributor: Warner Bros.
Production companies: Atlas Entertainment/Cruel and Unusual Films




Feed the Beast
Feed the Beast

Genar: Drama
Creator: Clyde Phillips
Stars: Evan Leone, Demosthenes Chrysan, Mousa Kraish
File Size: 195.0 MB

       On AMC's new drama Feed the Beast, best friends Tommy (David Schwimmer) and Dion (Jim Sturgess) try opening a fancy restaurant in the Bronx so that Tommy can get over the death of his wife in a hit-and-run accident, while Dion can pay off a massive debt he owes to a local mob boss. Along the way, they acquire an inexperienced restaurant manager, Pilar (Lorenza Izzo), who takes the job because she has a crush on Tommy, but who's really there as a device for the show to let Tommy and Dion explain the finer points of the business to the audience. At one point, for instance, she objects to Dion spending so much money on skillets. He responds by offering her a dish made in one of his pans and the same one made in the big box store model Tommy has in his own kitchen; the former is so much better that she instantly caves. In another episode, she tries convincing Tommy allegedly the best sommelier in New York that they can get away serving cheap wine that resembles the expensive stuff he wants to buy. He not only demonstrates the superiority of the latter, but warns her that the kind of clientele they hope to attract will instantly know the difference.Unfortunately, Feed the Beast plays more like a show created by Pilar than either of her bosses, full of familiar, bland ingredients struggling mightily to pass themselves off as something richer and more impressive. And the audience that AMC is hoping to attract will surely know better.
       
The series (it sneak previews Sunday at 10 after Preacher, then will air Tuesdays at 10 beginning two nights later) was adapted by TV veteran Clyde Phillips (who notably ran the first four seasons of Dexter, and most recently took over Nurse Jackie at the very end) from the Danish show Bankerot. This is AMC's second time remaking a Danish show, after The Killing, which for five minutes seemed like it was going to be the next big thing until it became obvious that there was no there there beyond red herrings, rain, and Joel Kinnaman. What both these shows and, for that matter, Low Winter Sun, AMC's short-lived, exceedingly mediocre adaptation of a British series have in common is the way they copy the basic structure and content of great cable dramas past without having the substance or artistry that made the older shows more than anti-hero and mob cliches.
        The most frustrating part of Feed the Beast is that it feels like there's a promising show buried underneath all the superficial aping of other series. Schwimmer between this and The People v. O.J. Simpson, in the midst of an impressive reinvention as a dramatic actor is excellent, and the material about Tommy and his biracial son TJ (Elijah Jacob) each coping with grief in their own way (TJ hasn't spoken a word since witnessing his mother's death) suggests an interesting hook for a story about two guys trying to cook their way out of catastrophe. And on those occasions when the show gets really nerdy and detail-oriented about the restaurant business (including those scenes where Pilar is there to be mansplained to), it demonstrates a confident, appealing command of what's allegedly its chief subject matter.But the show is larded up with exhausted crime drama devices: the sociopath wiseguy (Michael Gladis from Mad Men) with a trademark method of inflicting pain (he's known to many as "The Tooth Fairy"), the obsessed cop (Michael Rispoli, aka The Man Who Would Be Tony Soprano) and Tommy's crude, racist father (John Doman from The Wire). Even Dion himself is less a character than a walking, preening, extremely annoying plot device who exists mainly to create problems for Tommy to solve, rather than as a person in his own right. With each mistake Dion made, and each lie he told to his partner that makes their situation that much worse, my hopes for the series sank even deeper than the restaurant's financial prospects.
        Now, a show about two damaged friends opening a restaurant without involvement from mobsters, rogue cops, drug dealers, and other shady elements would probably be a harder sell, and also a harder show to generate story for. Restaurant-based series have a sketchy commercial track record: for every Alice or even 2 Broke Girls, there are the likes of Frank's Place, Kitchen Confidential, and even Tremé, where the scenes about the the restaurant somehow seemed even less popular than the scenes about jazz. Even if Phillips were starting from scratch rather than adapting a foreign show, I can understand why he might feel the need to garnish it with threats of murder and mutilation. But the allegedly more commercial parts of Feed the Beast are also by far the worst parts, ultimately so annoying that even the caliber of Schwimmer's work couldn't keep me around. He's like that expensive bottle of wine Tommy invites Pilar to taste, only for some reason being served at an Arby's.




 Scream
Scream

Genar: Crime | Horror | Mystery
Creators: Jay Beattie, Jill E. Blotevogel, Dan Dworkin 
Stars: Willa Fitzgerald, Bex Taylor-Klaus, John Karna
File Size: 180.0 MB

       Having established himself as the best and most mischievous film maker currently working in the dead-babysitter horror genre, Wes Craven (of the ''Nightmare on Elm Street'' films) is in the mood for parody. So ''Scream'' winks at everything from a virginal heroine in a flowered cotton nightie to ''the moment when the supposedly dead killer comes back to life for one last scare.'' Along the way, proving it's not too detached to get down to business, ''Scream'' also finds time to disembowel a pretty young victim or two.
       Mr. Craven's characters here are so movie-wise that they sit around swilling beer and eating popcorn while they watch Jamie Lee Curtis flee a crazed killer on the television screen. If this seems cynical, it's meant to; after all, thrill-seeking adolescents are the prime audience for Mr. Craven's brand of titillation.
But in ''Scream'' he wants things both ways, capitalizing on lurid material while undermining it with mocking humor. Not even horror fans who can answer all this film's knowing trivia questions may be fully comfortable with such an exploitative mix.
       For instance, there is the plight of Drew Barrymore in the scary extended sequence with which the glossily well-made ''Scream'' begins. She's alone at night in a big, antiseptically clean house with a lot of windows, and one of the first things she does is put a container of Jiffy Pop on the stove. Then the phone rings. It's a creep. He's a sadist. He taunts her mercilessly until the windows are smashed, the house is a mess and the popcorn is on fire.
       ''What do you want?'' she pleads. ''To see what your insides look like!'' he hisses. Sure enough, with her insides hanging out, Ms. Barrymore is eventually found swinging from a tree. It's easy to imagine the film's own teen-age partygoers having a high old time watching this very sequence on home video some day. Not much of ''Scream'' is that gruesome. And Mr. Craven does stage this attack with a taste for wry detail (Jiffy Pop?) that sends up the tricks of his gory trade. But when he savors the sight of terrified young girls in tight sweaters, ''Scream'' isn't all that funny, and in any case its brand of humor eventually proves one-note and thin. By the end of ''Scream,'' characters who have argued about whether horror movies are really harmful are being hacked, chopped and otherwise shown that horror can be very harmful indeed.
       The story features a picturesque small town and a clean-cut heroine (Neve Campbell) whose boyfriend (Skeet Ulrich, looking like a younger and more distant Johnny Depp) wants to have sex with her and whose mother died a horrible death. The mother's killer is still at large, and the anniversary of the murder is just around the corner. The principal is played by Henry Winkler and wonders aloud what the next generation is coming to.Meanwhile, the high school students talk worriedly about the evil in their midst. ''How do you . . . gut someone?'' one young woman wants to know. As the schoolmates band together in close proximity to the forces of evil, a brittle, high-powered television reporter (Courteney Cox) shows up to exploit the town's troubles.
       Among the droller touches in ''Scream'' are the killer's mask, which is Edvard Munch by way of a trick-or-treat costume, and suspense scenes set in de rigueur locations like the high school bathroom. There is also an authoritative discussion about the rules of a horror-film party scene by characters who are in fact playing one. To wit: sex equals death in a horror film. Those who drink or take drugs will be killed off, too. And: ''Never, under any circumstances, say 'I'll be right back.' Because you won't be back!' '' But somebody ignores that lesson and winds up attached lifelessly to the garage door.
''Scream'' is rated R (Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian). It includes profanity, sexual references and grisly violence.

 


 Independence Day

Independence Day

Genar: Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi
Director: Roland Emmerich
Writers: Nicolas Wright (screenplay), James A. Woods (screenplay)
Stars: Liam Hemsworth, Jeff Goldblum, Bill Pullman
File Size: 747.0 MB

         The best movie shot in “Independence Day” is one of the first ones, of a vast shadow falling across the lunar surface. Visitors have arrived from beyond the solar system, and soon their presence is detected in our skies. Their ship is pretty big: “One- fourth the size of the moon!” a scientist gasps, and although an object that size in near-Earth orbit might be expected to cause tidal waves, this is not a movie that slows down for the small details.
As the president of the United States and an assortment of other stock movies types look on, the mother ship dispatches smaller saucers (only 15 miles across) to hover menacingly above Earth's cities.
Do they come in peace? Don't make me laugh. As David (Jeff Goldblum), a broadcast technician and computer whiz, soon discovers, they are using our own satellite system to time an attack.
How does he know that? Because his laptop receives the signal and displays it as a digital readout. As the hours and minutes tick down toward Armageddon, I had only one question: Why are the aliens using hours and minutes? Does their home planet have exactly the same length of day and year as ours? How very nice.
“Independence Day” is not just an inheritor of the 1950s flying saucer genre, it's a virtual retread--right down to the panic in the streets, as terrified extras flee toward the camera and the skyscrapers frame a horrible sight behind them. Like those old B movies, the alien threat is intercut with lots of little stories involving colorful characters, who are chosen for their ethnic, occupational and sexual diversity. Representing the human race here are not only David the tech head and the president, but also assorted blacks, Jews, Arabs, Brits, exotic dancers, homosexuals, cute kids, generals, drunken crop dusters, tight-lipped defense secretaries and “The McLaughlin Group. “There is not a single character in the movie who doesn't wear an invisible label.
Although the special effects in “Independence Day” are elaborate and pervasive, they aren't outstanding. The giant saucers area dark, looming presence at the top of a lot of shots, big but dull, and the smaller “fighter” saucers used by the aliens are a disappointment--clunky, squat little gray jobs that look recycled out of ancient Rocket Men of Mars adventures.
When the aliens attack, there are shots of the White House and the Empire State Building getting blowed up real good, but if these creatures can field a spaceship a fourth the size of the moon, why do they bother engaging in aerial dogfights with the U.S. Air Force? And why don't they blow up everything at once? Or knock out the Internet with a neutron bomb, instead of simply causing snow and static on TV screens? And why don't the humans react more? At one point, the news comes that New York, Washington and Los Angeles have been destroyed, and is there grief? Despair? Anguish? Speculation about what that will mean for professional sports? Not a bit--the characters nod and hurry on to the next scene.
We're not supposed to ask such questions, I know. We’re supposed to get wrapped up in the story, and there are some neat ideas in the movie--especially the revelation that Area 51, the government's “secret” base north of Las Vegas, actually does harbor that alien spaceship everybody believes the feds captured in New Mexico in 1948.
The spaceship and some embalmed aliens are guarded far below the earth, and the underground lab is run by the long- haired Dr. Okun (played by none other than Brent Spiner, who is Data on “Star Trek: The Next Generation”). Okun is your classic mad-scientist type, complaining, “They don't let us out much,” and telling the president, “Guess you’d like to see the big tamale, eh?” As the president readies Earth's response, it is clear much will depend on a jerry-built solution by David, whom Goldblum plays as a hemming and hawing genius. His plan, after he devises it, depends on fighter ace Steven Hiller (Will Smith) for its delivery. But what Goldblum comes up with, I cannot reveal. No, I insist. I only observe that it is a wonder these aliens have traveled across uncounted light-years of space and yet have never thought of a computer virus protection program. (My theory is that any aliens who could be taken in by this particular plan probably arrived here after peddling across space on bicycles.) For all of its huge budget, “Independence Day” is a timid movie when it comes to imagination. The aliens, when we finally seethe, are a serious disappointment; couldn't they think of anything more interesting than octopus men? If an alien species ever does visit Earth, I for one hope they have something interesting to share with us. Or, if they must kill us, I hope they do it with something we haven't seen before, instead of with cornball ray-beams that look designed by the same artists who painted the covers of Amazing Stories magazine in the 1940s.
Still, “Independence Day” is in the tradition of silly summer fun, and on that level I kind of liked it, as, indeed, I kind of like any movie with the courage to use the line, “It's the end of the world as we know it.”




 Mistresses US

Mistresses US

Genar: Drama | Thriller
Creator: K.J.Steinberg
Stars: Jere Burns, Deon Cole, Rashida Jones
File Size: 199.0 MB

       You see this kind of guy all the time in Hollywood, in the cheaper restaurants in the better areas. They're your friend. They're supportive, fairly smart, and clever at flattering without seeming to flatter. They live for the day when they can somehow put together a package and take it to an agent or a studio and get an associate producer's credit and a couple of hundred grand.
        
They feed off talent. They may, indeed, have a better nose for talent than the high-priced executives in the big studios. Their problem is, they don't have any cash, and so their business consists of arranging meetings between people with talent and people with cash. Most of the time nothing comes of these meetings. When something does happen, it usually involves either the guy with the talent selling out, or the guy with the cash losing it.
Barry Primus' "Mistress" knows a lot about the world of guys who made a little money in one business and now want to spend it in show business. In particular, it knows how the word "producer" is used among Hollywood would-bes.
"Producer" here does not mean a man who can, or will, produce a movie. When used between men, it means a guy who can write a check.
Used in talking to a woman, it means either (a) the man you will have to sleep with before you get in the movie, or (b) the man you are sleeping with, who has promised to put you in a movie.
Hollywood at this level consists of a lot of lunches involving a movie project, money and sex, and men who can offer any one of the three and want to use it to get the other two. "Mistress" has a good ear for how these people talk while they're having their lunches and their meetings, and it sees the desperation that's right under the surface.
The movie has been described as a low-rent version of Robert Altman's "The Player," but it would be more accurate to say it's about low-rent players. The key thing to understand, if you think of this movie and "The Player" side-by-side, is that there is no essential difference between the top people in "The Player" and the sleazy wheeler-dealers in "Mistress." Most of the millionaires who are honored at industry banquets have the same values as the fly-by-night producers who hope somebody else will pick up the check at Hamburger Hamlet. They've just had better luck.
The movie follows one project through an endless series of compromises. The project is a screenplay written years ago by Marvin Landisman (Robert Wuhl), a once-promising director who now makes educational videos.
Martin Landau plays Jack Roth, the desperately friendly, ingratiating middle-man who hopes to connect Marvin's screenplay to some guys with money. We meet three of the guys with money, played by Eli Wallach, Danny Aiello and Robert De Niro. They range on a scale from pathetic (the Wallach character) to smart and shrewd (De Niro), but each one is interested in the project only because it might help keep his mistress happy.
We meet the mistresses, too, and in a way each one has the man she deserves. Wallach, so eager to please, has the accommodating Peggy (Tuesday Knight). who knows she has no talent and is only happy to be considered.
Aiello, craftier, has the calculating Patricia (Jean Smart). De Niro, ruthless and autocratic, has an aggressive, tough-talking woman (Sheryl Lee Ralph) who's more than his equal. Also thrown into the mix is a young writer (Jace Alexander), who is working on spec and is constantly described as having studied under the same professors as Steven Spielberg.
The movie lacks the cleanedged economy of the screenplay for "The Player," and it could have benefitted from less talkiness and fewer characters, but as a portrait of a particular Hollywood strata it is bittersweet and knowledgeable. And a few of its moments - including the way De Niro handles a meeting with people he doesn't want to acknowledge - are so bluntly truthful,




 Containment
Containment

Genar: Drama
Creators: Julie Plec
Stars: David Gyasi, Christina Marie Moses, Chris Wood
File Size: 182.0 MB

        We’ve all had thoughts about what might happen during a state of emergency, and films have a long history of playing on those thoughts and fears to create tense scenarios. Traditionally these threats have been of bombs dropping, nuclear warfare and the like, but rarely in recent memory has biological warfare been the backdrop for this sort of suspenseful thriller. However, that is exactly the terrifying scenario Containment puts forward.
Containment is chiefly concerned with the story of Max, an artist living in a London housing estate. However, one morning Max wakes to find himself sealed in his house with no way out, no contact to the outside world, and only an ominous broadcast telling him to ‘remain clam’. However, it quickly becomes apparent that Max is not the only one, and his neighbours manage to break down the adjoining wall between their flats. As they must work together to find out what is happening, things take a more sinister turn, with mistrust and paranoia taking hold as tensions threaten to boil over, and especially as they begin to piece together what is really happening.
Containment is certainly a nice spin on a well-worn concept. Confinement and the inherent stresses on a group of people brought together by circumstances beyond their control is very much a staple in the horror genre. Everything from Cube to Saw has used this as its focus, but by relocating this to modern London, it breathes a bit of fresh air into the concept. The idea of using a biological attack (or certainly the inference from the scenario involving the hazmat suits and the announcements over the intercom) is also a great way to create tension. Containment obviously is not a film with a huge budget (hence the limited locations) but it certainly makes the most of what little budget it has.  The script is well thought out with a few clever twists and turns, and just enough originality to overcome the generic conventions.  David Lemon has done very well to create a tense, fairly realistic story which director Neil Mcenery-West has brought to life brilliantly.
Containment has a lot going for it.  It’s a clever little thriller that does a lot given its limitations, with some excellent acting performances – Lee Ross as Max and Louise Brealey as Sally particularly impressed. It’s hardly revolutionary by any means, but it’s an enjoyable film that does enough to hold the audience’s attention, and get them to invest in what happens to the characters in a genuinely frightening scenario. It’s far-fetched, but not so much that it doesn’t strike a cord, which is an excellent line to be able to walk. Well worth a look.





 Black Tie Nights


Black Tie Nights

Genar: Drama | Romance
Creators: Brian Hurwitz
Stars: Glen Meadows, Beverly Lynne, Tiffany Hendra
File Size: 212.0 MB

      Black Tie Nights was a softcore drama anthology series which aired on Cinemax in the United States from 2004 to 2005.
This anthology show revolved around the adventures of Olivia Hartley and Cooper Snow who ran Black Tie dating service. They were assisted by their geeky sidekick, Ryan Lundy. Each week they would encounter new or returning customers and try to play matchmaker. The first season had two main subplots that continued in each episode. The first was the budding romance between Ryan and Cooper. The second was Olivia getting over the loss of her husband and dating again.
         In the second season, the show was retooled. The anthology series was renamed Hollywood Sexcapades and the characters of Olivia and Cooper were said to be out of the country opening a new branch. Candi Hicks, a recurring customer in the first season, became the new employee of Black Tie dating service. She and Ryan (who was no longer nerdish) partnered to run the company, and the continuing subplot was the budding romance between these two characters. Each week they would continue to try to play matchmaker to that episode's guest stars.




 Septembers of Shiraz

Septembers of Shiraz

Genar: Thriller
Director: Wayne Blair
Writer: Dalia Sofer (novel), Hanna Weg
Stars: alma Hayek, Adrien Brody, Shohreh Aghdashloo
File Size: 865.0 MB

   Septembers of Shiraz is a 2015 American drama film directed by Wayne Blair and written by Hanna Weg. It is based on Dalia Sofer's 2007 novel The Septembers of Shiraz. The film stars Adrien Brody, Salma Hayek, Shohreh Aghdashloo, Anthony Azizi, Bashar Rahal and Alon Aboutboul. The film was released on June 24, 2016, by Momentum Pictures.
     Septembers of Shiraz received negative reviews from critics. On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has a rating of 30%, based on 10 reviews, with a rating of 4.2/10.On Metacritic, the film has a score of 16 out of 100, based on 5 critics, indicating "overwhelming dislike".
     Based on The Septembers of Shiraz by Dalia Sofer /
     Production company - Gerard Butler Alan Siegel Entertainment Millennium Films
     Running time 109 minutes

  
 Hangman


Hangman

Genar: Thriller
Director: Adam Mason
Writers: Simon Boyes, Adam Mason
Stars: Jeremy Sisto, Kate Ashfield, Ryan Simpkins
File Size: 607.6 MB

      Hangman is a 2015 US-American thriller film, directed by Adam Mason, and co-written by Mason and Simon Boyes. The film stars Jeremy Sisto, Kate Ashfield, Ryan Simpkins, Ty Simpkins, Eric Michael Cole, and Amy Smart. The film had its world premiere at SXSW on 14 March 2015. The film was released on video on demand and home media formats on 9 February 2016 by Alchemy.
     The Millers return home after a vacation and discover that their home has been broken into and ransacked, with the culprit leaving behind such macabre souvenirs as a hanging mannequin. After cleaning up the mess they continue with their lives, shaking off the feeling of being violated. But little do they know the nightmare has just begun.
      Production company - Hiding in the Attic
      Running time - 85 minutes
      Country - United States



 The Pack
  The Pack

Genar: Animal | Thriller
Director: Nick Robertson
Writers: Evan Randall Green
Stars: Anna Lise Phillips, Katie Moore, Jack Campbell
File Size: 646.5 MB

      The Pack is a 2015 Australian horror film that was directed by Nick Robertson, based on a script by Evan Randall Green. The film had its world premiere on 5 August 2015 at the Fantasy Film Festival and centers on a young Australian family who are terrorized by a pack of wild dogs. Despite the title, the film is not a remake of the 1977 film of the same name.
      Critical reception for The Pack was predominantly negative and the movie currently holds a rating of 33% on RottenTomatoes, based on 6 reviews.LA Weekly panned the film, criticizing it for its storytelling and commenting that the movie's family was "remarkably stupid".The New York Times wrote a similar criticism of the family, while the LA Times felt that the movie relied overly much on "too many cheap jump-scares".A reviewer for the New York Observer was more favorable, calling it "an effective thriller that sets out to scare the living daylights out of even the most skeptical viewer and delivers in spades."Mark Harris of About.com gave a mostly positive review, writing that "The attractiveness of the package and the steady pace at which it doles out the action more than make up for the character shortcomings in one of the best animals-run-amok horror movies in recent memory."
      Production companies - Breakout Movies,Kojo Pictures,Lightning Entertainment,Prodigy Movies
      Running time - 90 minutes
      Country - Australia 



 Beauty and the Beast


Beauty and the Beast

Genar: Drama | Horror | Romance | Sci-Fi | Thriller
Creators: Sherri Cooper-Landsman, Jennifer Levin, Ron Koslow
Stars: Kristin Kreuk, Jay Ryan, Nina Lisandrello
File Size: 212.0 MB

      Beauty and the Beast (French: La Belle et la Bête) is a 2014 Franco-German romantic fantasy film based on the traditional fairy tale of the same name by Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve. Written by Christophe Gans and Sandra Vo-Anh and directed by Gans, the film stars Léa Seydoux as Belle and Vincent Cassel as the Beast.
      The film was screened out of competition at the 64th Berlin International Film Festival and was released in France on 12 February 2014 to positive reviews, becoming a box office success. International reviews were more mixed. It was nominated for the People's Choice Award for Best European Film at the 27th European Film Awards. It also received three nominations at the 40th César Awards, winning Best Production Design for Thierry Flamand.
     Production company - Eskwad, Pathé, Studio Babelsberg
     Running time - 112 minutes
     Country - France,Germany
     Box office - US$49.1 million (international)





 The Last Ship


The Last Ship

Genar: Action | Drama | Sci-Fi | Thriller | War
Creators: Steven Kane, Hank Steinberg
Stars: Eric Dane, Adam Baldwin, Charles Parnell
File Size: 244.0 MB

 Game of Thrones





Game of Thrones

Genar: Adventure | Drama | Fantasy
Creators: David Benioff, D.B. Weiss
Stars: Emilia Clarke, Peter Dinklage, Kit Haringtonl
File Size: 739.0 MB




 Murder in the First


Murder in the First

Genar: Crime | Drama | Mystery
Creators: Steven Bochco, Eric Lodal
Stars: Ian Anthony Dale, Raphael Sbarge, Currie Graham
File Size: 206.0 MB
 Wynonna Earp





Wynonna Earp

Genar: Action | Drama | Fantasy | Mystery | Thriller | Western
Stars: Melanie Scrofano, Shamier Anderson, Tim Rozon
File Size: 216.0 MB
 Nobody Else But You





Nobody Else But You

Genar: Crime | Comedy | Mystery
Director: Gérald Hustache-Mathieu
Writer: Adrian Finkelstein (novel), Gérald Hustache-Mathieu
Stars: Jean-Paul Rouve, Sophie Quinton, Guillaume Gouix
File Size: 695.5 MB


 Aquarius

Aquarius

Genar: Crime | Drama
Creator: John McNamara
Stars: David Duchovny, Emma Dumont, Grey Damon
File Size: 178.0 MB


 Cleverman




Cleverman

Genar: Sci-Fi
Stars: Tysan Towney, Hunter Page-Lochard, Rob Collins
File Size: 241.0 MB



  Iron Man 3


Iron Man 3

Genar: Action | Adventure | Fantasy
Director: Shane Black
Writers: Drew Pearce , Shane Black
Stars: Robert Downey Jr., Guy Pearce, Gwyneth Paltrow 
File Size: 925.0 MB


 Penny Dreadful 


Penny Dreadful

Genar: Drama | Fantasy | Horror
Creator: John Logan
Stars: Josh Hartnett, Timothy Dalton, Eva Green
File Size: 189.0 MB

 Queen of the South




Queen of the South

Genar: Crime | Drama | Thriller
Stars: Hemky Madera, Veronica Falcón, Adolfo Alvarez
File Size: 221.0 MB



 Criminal 


Criminal

Genar: Drama | Action | Crime
Director: Ariel Vromen
Writer: Douglas Cook, David Weisberg
Stars: Kevin Costner, Ryan Reynolds, Gal Gadot
File Size: 911.0 MB


 Hardcore Henry 
 


Hardcore Henry

Genar: Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi
Director: Ilya Naishuller
Writer: Ilya Naishuller (screenwriter), Will Stewart (additional writing by)
Stars: Sharlto Copley, Tim Roth, Haley Bennett
File Size: 830.0 MB


 The Duel  

The Duel

Genar: Drama | Western
Director: Kieran Darcy-Smith
Writer: Matt Cook
Stars: Liam Hemsworth, Woody Harrelson, Alice Braga
File Size: 964.8 MB

 Roommate Wanted
 


Roommate Wanted

Genar: Thriller
Director: Rob Margolies
Writers: Aaron Edward, Aaron Horwitz (as Aaron Edward)
Stars: Alexa PenaVega, Spencer Grammer, Kathryn Morris
File Size: 621.2 MB


 Vigilante Diaries 


Vigilante Diaries

Genar: Action
Director: Christian Sesma
Writers: Paul Sloan,Christian Sesma
Stars: Jason Mewes, Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson, Paul Sloan
File Size: 794.5 MB



 Everybody Wants Some!! 

Everybody Wants Some!!

Genar: Comedy
Director: Richard Linklater
Writers: Richard Linklater
Stars: Blake Jenner, Tyler Hoechlin, Ryan Guzman
File Size: 1023.7 MB


 Code of Honor 


Code of Honor

Genar: Action
Director: Michael Winnick
Writers: Michael Winnick
Stars: Steven Seagal, Craig Sheffer, James Russo
File Size: 791.1 MB




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 The Night Shift

The Night Shift

Genar: Drama | Romance
Creators: Jeff Judah, Gabe Sachs
Writers: Michael Winnick
Stars: Eoin Macken, Jill Flint, Ken Leung
File Size: 234.0 MB

 Wayward Pines



Wayward Pines

Genar: Drama | Mystery | Sci-Fi | Thriller
Creator: Chad Hodge
Stars: Hope Davis, Shannyn Sossamon, Toby Jones
File Size: 193.0 MB
 Central Intelligence





Central Intelligence

Genar: Comedy | Crime
Director: Rawson Marshall Thurber
Writers: Ike Barinholtz (screenplay), David Stassen (screenplay)
Stars: Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Danielle Nicolet
File Size: 640.5 MB


  1920 London


1920 London

Genar: Horror
Director: Dharmendra Suresh Desai
Writers: Vikram Bhatt (story), Sukhmani Sadana (screenplay)
Stars: Arun Bali, Meera Chopra, Gajendra Chouhan
File Size: 577.0 MB Bones 






Bones

Genar: Comedy | Crime | Drama | Mystery | Romance
Creator: Hart Hanson 
Stars: David Boreanaz, T.J. Thyne, Emily Deschanel
File Size: 212.0 MB
 Changeling




Changeling

Genar: Crime | Drama | Mystery
Director: Clint Eastwood
Writer: J. Michael Straczynski
Stars: Angelina Jolie, Colm Feore, Amy Ryan
File Size: 706.8 MB
 Element




Element

Genar: Thriller
Director: Jon Keeyes
Writer: Brett Bentman
Stars: Michael Ironside, Steven Michael Quezada, Paul Stuart
File Size: 693.9 MB As I AM: The Life and Times of DJ AM





As I AM: The Life and Times of DJ AM

Genar: Documentary | Biography | History
Director: Kevin Kerslake
Writer: Kevin Kerslake
Stars: DJ AM, A-Trak, Niko Achtipes
File Size: 853.3 MB

 Person of Interest 



Person of Interest

Genar: Action | Drama | Mystery | Sci-Fi | Thriller
Creator: Jonathan Nolan
Stars: Jim Caviezel, Taraji P. Henson, Kevin Chapman
File Size: 212.0 MB



 The Scarehouse  

The Scarehouse

Genar: Crime | Horror | Thriller
Director: Gavin Michael Booth
Writer: Gavin Michael Booth, Sarah Booth (story)
Stars: Sarah Booth, Kimberly-Sue Murray, Katherine Barrell
File Size: 295.9 MB

 The Wave 



The Wave

Genar: Action | Drama | Thriller
Director: Roar Uthaug
Writers: John Kåre Raake, Harald Rosenløw-Eeg
Stars: Kristoffer Joner, Ane Dahl Torp, Jonas Hoff Oftebro
File Size: 399.5 MB
 Term Life 
 



Term Life

Genar: Crime | Drama | Thriller
Director: Peter Billingsley
Writers: Andy Lieberman (screenplay), Nick Thornborrow (graphic novel)
Stars: Hailee Steinfeld, Vince Vaughn, Annabeth Gish
 The GunmanFile Size: 451.3 MB





The Gunman

Genar: Crime | Drama | Action
Director: Pierre Morel
Writers: Jean-Patrick Manchette (novel), Don MacPherson (screenplay)
Stars: Sean Penn, Idris Elba, Jasmine Trinca 
File Size:728.8 MB
 The_Conjuring_2 




The Conjuring 2

Genar: Horror | Thriller | Myster
Director: James Wan
Writers:  Carey Hayes (screenplay), Chad Hayes (screenplay)
Stars: Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Madison Wolfe
File Size: 751.0 MB
 The Abandoned 




The Abandoned

Genar: Horror | Mystery | Thriller
Director: Eytan Rockaway
Writers: Ido Fluk (story), Ido Fluk
Stars: Jason Patric, Louisa Krause, Mark Margolis
File Size: 548.9 MB
 Embrace of the Serpent 




Embrace of the Serpent

Genar: Adventure | Drama | History
Director: Ciro Guerra
Writer: Ciro Guerra, Theodor Koch-Grunberg (based on the diary by)
Stars: Nilbio Torres, Jan Bijvoet, Antonio Bolivar
File Size: 930.5 MB
 Dad’s Army 




Dad’s Army

Genar: Comedy
Director: Oliver Parker
Writer: David Croft (original series), Hamish McColl (screenplay)
Stars: Mark Tandy, Russell Balogh, Andrew Havill
File Size: 594.0 MB
 The Boy 




The Boy

Genar: Horror | Mystery | Thriller
Director: William Brent Bell
Writer: Stacey Menear
Stars: Lauren Cohan, Rupert Evans, James Russell
File Size: 710.0 MB
 Inside Men 




Inside Men

Genar: Crime | Drama | Thriller
Director: Min-ho Woo
Writer: Min-ho Woo (screenplay), Tae-Ho Yoon (comic)
Stars: Byung-hun Lee, Seung-woo Cho, Yun-shik Baek
File Size: 1.1 GB
 Journey to Space




Journey to Space

Genar: Documentary | Adventure | Sci-Fir
Director: Mark Krenzien
Writer: Mark Krenzien
Stars: Christian Gardner, Gabrielle Gardner, Gabrielle Gardner
File Size: 647.5 MB
 Terminator Genisys




Terminator Genisys

Genar: Action | Adventure | Sci-Fir
Director: Alan Taylor
Writer: Laeta Kalogridis, Patrick Lussier
Stars: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jason Clarke, Emilia Clarke
File Size: 657.0 MB
 Kung Fu Panda 3



Kung Fu Panda 3

Genar: Action | Animation | Adventure
Director: Alessandro Carloni, Jennifer Yuh Nelson (as Jennifer Yuh)
Writer: Jonathan Aibel, Glenn Berger
Stars: Jack Black, Bryan Cranston, Dustin Hoffman
File Size: 326.4 MB
Haunted-3d 




Haunted-3d

Genar: Action | Fantasy | Horror | Mystery | Thriller
Director: Vikram Bhatt
Writer: Shakeel Azmi (lyrics), Amin Hajee (screenplay)
Stars: Tia Bajpai, Krishna Bhatt, Krishna Bhatt
File Size: 690.0 MB
Veteran




Vetera

Genar: Action | Comedy | Crime | Drama 
Director: Seungwan Ryoo
Writer: Seungwan Ryoo 
Stars: Jeongmin Hwang, Ah In Yoo, Haejin Yoo
File Size: 470.0 MB
Get A Job 




Get A Job

Genar: Comedy
Director: Dylan Kidd
Writer: Kyle Pennekamp (screenplay), Scott Turpel (screenplay)
Stars: Bryan Cranston, Anna Kendrick, Alison Brie
File Size: 648.4 MB
Tigerland 




Tigerland
 
Genar: Army | Action
Director: Joel Schumacher
Writer: Ross Klavan, Michael McGruther
Stars: Colin Farrell, Matthew Davis, Clifton Collins Jr.
File Size: 726.9 MB




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Gridlocked

Gridlocked

Genar: Action
Director: Allan Ungar
Writer: Rob Robol, Allan Ungar
Stars: Dominic Purcell, Cody Hackman, Stephen Lang
File Size: 836.9 MB
Valmont




Valmont

Genar: Drama | Romance
Director: Milos Forman
Writer: Choderlos de Laclos (novel), Jean-Claude Carrière
Stars: Colin Firth, Annette Bening, Meg Tilly
File Size: 970.5 MB


By the Sea 


By the Sea

Genar: Drama | Romance
Director: Angelina Jolie (as Angelina Jolie Pitt)
Writer: Angelina Jolie (as Angelina Jolie Pitt)
Stars: Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Mélanie Laurent
File Size: 884.2 MB

The Sand



The Sand 

Genar: Horror | Sci-Fi
Director: Isaac Gabaeff
Writer: Alex Greenfield, Ben Powell
Stars: Brooke Butler, Jamie Kennedy, Mitchel Musso
File Size: 509.0 MB


Checkmate


Checkmate

Genar: Action | Crime | Thrilleri
Director: Timothy Woodward Jr.
Writer: Calvin Cox Jr., Calvin Cox Jr.
Stars: Danny Glover, Vinnie Jones, Sean Astin
File Size: 693.2 MB


Return to Sender


Return to Sender

Genar: Drama | Thrilleri
Director: Fouad Mikati
Writer: Patricia Beauchamp, Joe Gossett
Stars: Rosamund Pike, Shiloh Fernandez, Nick Nolte
File Size: 747.9 MB
  Anomalisa



Anomalisa

Genar: Drama | Comedy
Director: Duke Johnson, Charlie Kaufman
Writer: Charlie Kaufman, Charlie Kaufman (play) (as Francis Fregoli)
Stars: David Thewlis, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Tom Noonan
File Size: 667.9 MB



London Has Fallen

London Has Fallen

Genar: Action | Crime | Drama | Thriller
Director: Babak Najafi
Writer: Creighton Rothenberger (screenplay), Katrin Benedikt
Stars: Gerard Butler, Aaron Eckhart, Morgan Freeman
File Size: 601.2 MBA Bigger Splash 





A Bigger Splash

Genar: Crime | Drama | Mystery
Director: Luca Guadagnino
Writer: David Kajganich (screenplay), Alain Page (story)
Stars: Tilda Swinton, Matthias Schoenaerts, Ralph Fiennes
File Size: 771.1 MB
The Human Centipede III 





The Human Centipede III

Genar: Comedy | Horror
Director: Tom Six
Writer: Tom Six
Stars: Eric Roberts, Tommy ‘Tiny’ Lister, Robert LaSardo
File Size: 765.5 MBTomorrowland




Tomorrowland

Genar: Action | Adventure | Family
Director: Brad Bird
Writer:  Damon Lindelof (screenplay), Brad Bird (screenplay)
Stars: George Clooney, Britt Robertson, Hugh Laurie
File Size: 726.6 MB



The Other Side of the Door 


The Other Side of the Door

Genar: Horror
Director: Johannes Roberts
Stars: Johannes Roberts, Ernest Riera
File Size: 671.5 MB


The magician



The Magician

Genar: Romance
Director: Dae-seung Kim
Stars: Ara Go, Dal-hwan Jo, Yun-hie Jo
File Size: 861.0 MB



The Darkness 

The Darkness

Genar: Horror | Thriller
Director: Greg McLean
Writer: Shayne Armstrong, Shane Krause
Stars: Kevin Bacon, Radha Mitchell, David Mazouz
File Size: 305.8 MB



Guardians of the Galaxy 

Guardians of the Galaxy

Genar: Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi
Director: James Gunn
Writer: James Gunn, Nicole Perlman
Stars: Chris Pratt, Vin Diesel, Bradley Cooper
File Size: 461.0 MB



Sicario

Sicario

Genar: Action | Crime | Drama
Director: Denis Villeneuve
Writer: Taylor Sheridan
Stars: Emily Blunt, Josh Brolin, Benicio Del Toro
File Size: 659.0 MB
Blue Valentine 




Blue Valentine

Genar: Romance | Drama
Director: Derek Cianfrance
Writer: Derek Cianfrance, Joey Curtis
Stars: Ryan Gosling, Michelle Williams, John Doman
File Size: 649.1 MB
Kicking Off 




Kicking Off

Genar: Comedy
Director: Matt Wilde
Writer: Robert Farquhar
Stars: Warren Brown, Greg McHugh, Alistair Petrie
File Size: 408.3 MB

Bunker of the Dead 



Bunker of the Dead

Genar: Comedy | Horror
Director: Matthias Olof Eich
Writer: Matthias Olof Eich (story & screenplay), Bernd Strac
Stars: Sarita Bradley, Patrick Jahns, Christian Jungwirth
File Size: 949.1 MB

Exodus: Gods and Kings 



Exodus: Gods and Kings

Genar: Action | Adventure | Drama
Director: Ridley Scott
Writer: Adam Cooper, Bill Collage
Stars: Christian Bale, Joel Edgerton, Ben Kingsley
File Size: 732.2 MB13 hours-The secret soldiers of benghazi





13 hours-The secret soldiers of benghazi

Genar: Action | Drama | Thriller | War
Director: Michael Bay
Writer: Chuck Hogan (screenplay), Mitchell Zuckoff (book)
Stars: John Krasinski, Pablo Schreiber, James Badge Dale
File Size: 550.0 MB
Freaks Of Nature 




Freaks Of Nature

Genar: Comedy | Horror
Director: Robbie Pickering
Writer: Oren Uziel (screenplay)
Stars: Nicholas Braun, Mackenzie Davis, Josh Fadem
File Size: 450.0 MBThe tag-along 





The tag-along

Genar: Thriller | Horror
Director: Wei-hao Cheng
Writer: Shi-Geng Jian
Stars: Wei Ning Hsu, River Huang, Yin-Shang Liu
File Size: 518.8 MB
Blood orange 



Blood orange

Genar: Thriller
Director: Toby Tobias
Writer: Toby Tobias
Stars: Ben Lamb, Kacey Clarke, Antonio Magro
File Size: 466.2 MB
Despite The Falling Snow 




Despite The Falling Snow

Genar: Drama | Mystery | Romance
Director: Shamim Sarif
Writer: Shamim Sarif
Stars: Rebecca Ferguson, Charles Dance, Antje Traue
File Size: 684.4 MBFreshwater





Freshwater

Genar: Thriller
Director: Brandeis Berry
Writer: Brandeis Berry
Stars: Joe Lando, Zoë Bell, Alison Haislip
File Size: 467.2 MBHe Never Died





He Never Died

Genar: Thriller | Comedy | Drama
Director: Jason Krawczyk
Writer: Jason Krawczyk
Stars: Henry Rollins, Booboo Stewart, Kate Greenhouse
The Human ContractFile Size: 849.9 MB





The Human Contract

Genar: Drama
Director: Jada Pinkett Smith
Writer: Jada Pinkett Smith
Stars: Jason Clarke, Paz Vega, Idris Elba
File Size: 791.0 MB 
Pride And Prejudice And Zombies 




Pride And Prejudice And Zombies

Genar: Action | Horror | Romance
Director: Burr Steers
Writer: Burr Steers (screenplay), Jane Austen (Quirk Books novel)
Stars: Lily James, Sam Riley, Jack Huston
File Size: 805.3 MBWarrior 





Warrior

Genar: Drama | Sport
Director: Gavin O’Connor
Writer: Gavin O’Connor (screenplay), Anthony Tambakis (screenplay)
Stars: Tom Hardy, Nick Nolte, Joel Edgerton
File Size: 781.4 MB
Gods of Egypt 




Gods of Egypt

Genar: Action | Adventure | Fantasy
Director: Alex Proyas
Writer: Matt Sazama, Burk Sharpless
Stars: Brenton Thwaites, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Gerard Butler
File Size: 933.5 MB




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Triple 9

Triple 9

Genar: Action | Crime | Drama
Director: John Hillcoat
Writer:  Matt Cook
Stars: Casey Affleck, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Anthony Mackie
File Size: 561.7 MB



Stonewall 

Stonewall

Genar: Drama
Director: Roland Emmerich
Writer:  Jon Robin Baitz
Stars: Jeremy Irvine, Jonny Beauchamp, Joey King
File Size: 722.3 MB



Devil’s Pass

Devil’s Pass

Genar: Horror | Mystery | Sci-Fi
Director: Renny Harlin
Writer: Vikram Weet
Stars: Holly Goss, Matt Stokoe, Luke Albright
File Size: 754.3 MB




Social Nightmare 

Social Nightmare

Genar: Drama | Myster
Director: Mark Quod
Writer: Keith Allan (screenplay), Anna Rasmussen (story)
Stars: Daryl Hannah, Kirsten Prout, Chloe Bridges
File Size: 749.0 MB


Stormageddon 


Stormageddon

Genar: Drama | Action | Sci-Fi
Director: Nick Lyon
Writer: Neil Elman
Stars: John Hennigan, Eve Mauro, Joseph Gatt
File Size: 417.0 MB


Boost 


Boost

Genar: Drama | Action | Crime
Director: Nathan Gabaeff
Writer: Nathan Gabaeff
Stars: Danny Trejo, Danay Garcia, Trent Garrett
File Size: 529.4 MB


Terminus 

Terminus

Genar: Sci-Fi
Director: Marc Furmie
Writer: Marc Furmie, Shiyan Zheng
Stars: Jai Koutrae, Kendra Appleton, Todd Lasance
File Size: 525.2 MB



Active Shooters 

Active Shooters

Genar: Action | Comedy | Crime
Director: Mike Reeping
Writer: Jesse-Lee Lafferty, Mike Reeping
Stars: Jesse-Lee Lafferty, Nick LaMantia, Tom Mirth
File Size: 311.55 MB


The Blob 


The Blob

Genar: Horror | Sci-Fi | Thriller
Director: Chuck Russell
Writer: Theodore Simonson, Kay Linaker (earlier screenplay)
Stars: Shawnee Smith, Kevin Dillon, Donovan Leitch Jr.
File Size: 748.6 MB

The Night Crew 



The Night Crew

Genar: Action | Thriller
Director: Christian Sesma
Writer: Christian Sesma, Paul Sloan
Stars: Luke Goss, Danny Trejo, Bokeem Woodbine
File Size: 683.7 MB


Midnight Special 


Midnight Special

Genar: Adventure | Drama | Sci-Fi
Director: Jeff Nichols
Writer: Jeff Nichols
Stars: Michael Shannon, Joel Edgerton, Kirsten Dunst
File Size: 950.1 MB


The Finest Hours 


The Finest Hours

Genar: Action | Drama | History
Director: Craig Gillespie
Writer: Scott Silver (screenplay), Paul Tamasy (screenplay)
Stars: Chris Pine, Casey Affleck, Ben Foster
File Size: 654.9 MB


The Four 3 



The Four 3

Genar: Action
Director: Gordon Chan
Writer: Gordon Chan
Stars: Ronald Cheng, Collin Chou, Chao Deng
File Size: 797.4 MB
How to Be Single



How to Be Single

Genar: Comedy | Romance
Director: Christian Ditter
Writer: Abby Kohn (screenplay), Marc Silverstein (screenplay)
Stars: Dakota Johnson, Rebel Wilson, Leslie Mann
File Size: 688.7 MB



The Marine 4 Moving Target

The Marine 4 Moving Target

Genar: Action | Thriller 
Director: William Kaufman
Writer: Alan B McElroy
Stars: Melissa Roxburgh, Mike 'The Miz' Mizanin, Matthew MacCaull
File Size: 705.8 MB


Barely Lethal 


Barely Lethal

Genar: Action | Adventure | Comedy
Director: Kyle Newman
Writer:John D’Arco 
Stars: Jaime King, Samuel L. Jackson, Madeleine Stack
File Size: 755.4 MB


Mad Max 


Mad Max

Genar: Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi
Director: George Miller
Writer: George Miller, Brendan McCarthy
Stars: Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, Nicholas Hoult
File Size: 866.0 MB



Southpaw 

Southpaw

Genar: Action | Drama | Sport
Director: Antoine Fuqua
Writer: Kurt Sutter
Stars: Jake Gyllenhaal, Rachel McAdams, Oona Laurence
File Size: 629.7 MB



The Imitation Game  

The Imitation Game

Genar: Biography | Drama | Thriller
Director:Morten Tyldum
Writer: Graham Moore, Andrew Hodges (book)
Stars: Benedict Cumberbatch, Keira Knightley, Matthew Goode
File Size: 812.1 MB


Guns for Hire  


Guns for Hire

Genar: Comedy | Drama | Thriller
Director: Donna Robinson
Writer: Donna Robinson
Stars: Ever Carradine, Michele Hicks, Jeffrey Dean Morgan
File Size: 645.1 MB
 

The Faith Of Anna Waters


The Faith Of Anna Waters

Genar: Horror | Drama | Mystery
Director: Kelvin Tong
Writer: Kelvin Tong
Stars: Matthew Settle, Elizabeth Rice, Pamelyn Chee
File Size: 361.1 MB



Pod 

Pod

Genar: Horror | Thriller | Mystery
Director: Mickey Keating
Writer: Mickey Keating
Stars: Larry Fessenden, Lauren Ashley Carter, Brian Morvant
File Size: 381.3 MB


The Act of Killing 


The Act of Killing

Genar: Documentary | History
Director: Joshua Oppenheimer, Anonymous
Writer: Anwar Congo, Herman Koto, Syamsul Arifin
Stars: Larry Fessenden, Lauren Ashley Carter, Brian Morvant
File Size: 916.4 MB 


Electric Slide 


Electric Slide

Genar: Action | Biography | Crime
Director: Tristan Patterson
Writer: Timothy Ford (article), Tristan Patterson (screenplay)
Stars: Chloë Sevigny, Megalyn Echikunwoke, Patricia Arquette
File Size: 362.5 MB


Kindergarten Cop 2 


Kindergarten Cop 2

Genar: Comedy
Director: Don Michael Paul
Writer: David H. Steinberg (screenplay), Timothy Harris
Stars: Dolph Lundgren, Fiona Vroom, Aleks Paunovic
File Size: 903.7 MB

The Hospital 2



The Hospital 2

Genar: Horror
Director: Jim O’Rear, Daniel Emery Taylor
Writer: Jim O’Rear, Daniel Emery Taylor
Stars: Jim O’Rear, Daniel Emery Taylor, Betsy Rue
File Size: 435.6 MB



Big Mommas Like Father Like Son 

Big Mommas Like Father Like Son

Genar: Action | Comedy | Crime
Director: John Whitesell
Writer: Matt Fogel (screenplay), Don Rhymer (story)
Stars: Martin Lawrence, Brandon T. Jackson, Jessica Lucas
File Size: 818.4 MB



Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens 

Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens

Genar: Action | Adenture | Fantasy
Director: Lawrence Kasdan
Writer: Lawrence Kasdan, J.J. Abrams
Stars: Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Oscar Isaac
File Size: 672.2 MB


Die Fighting


Die Fighting

Genar: Action | Thriller
Director: Fabien Garcia
Writer: Fabien Garcia
Stars: Fabien Garcia, Laurent Buson, Didier Buson
File Size: 667.4 MB



Wind Walkers

Wind Walkers

Genar: Action | Horror | Thriller
Director: Russell Friedenberg
Writer: Russell Friedenberg (Screenplay)
Stars: Glen Powell, Rudy Youngblood, Zane Holtz
File Size: 582.1 MB


Iron Man 3 


Iron Man 3

Genar: Action | Adventure | Fantacy
Director: Shane Black
Writer: Drew Pearce , Shane Black
Stars: Robert Downey Jr., Guy Pearce, Gwyneth Paltrow
File Size: 923.5 MB



Chappie

Chappie

Genar: Action | Crime | Sci:Fi
Director: Neill Blomkamp
Writer: Neill Blomkamp, Terri Tatchell
Stars: Sharlto Copley, Dev Patel, Hugh Jackman
File Size: 492.2 MB




Inception 

Inception

Genar: Action | Adenture | Mystery
Director: Christopher Nolan
Writer: Christopher Nolan
Stars: Leonardo DiCaprio, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ellen Page
File Size: 721.7 MB



Chasing Ice 

Chasing Ice

Genar: Documentary | Biography
Director: Jeff Orlowski
Writer: Mark Monroe
Stars: James Balog, Svavar Jónatansson, Louie Psihoyos
File Size: 768.5 MB



Mustang 

Mustang

Genar: Drama
Director: Deniz Gamze Ergüven
Writer: Deniz Gamze Ergüven, Alice Winocour
Stars: Deniz Gamze Ergüven, Alice Winocour
File Size: 725.6 MB



Risen 

Risen

Genar: Drama | Action | Adventure
Director: Kevin Reynolds
Writer: Kevin Reynolds (screenplay), Paul Aiello (screenplay)
Stars: Joseph Fiennes, Tom Felton, Peter Firth
File Size: 524.5 MB


The Club 


The Club

Genar: Drama
Director: Pablo Larraín
Writer: Guillermo Calderón, Pablo Larraín
Stars: Alfredo Castro, Roberto Farías, Antonia Zegers
File Size: 472.5 MB


The Witch 


The Witch

Genar: Horror | Mystery
Director: Robert Eggers
Writer: Robert Eggers
Stars: Anya Taylor-Joy, Ralph Ineson, Kate Dickie
File Size: 449.7 MB


The Guilt Trip 


The Guilt Trip

Genar: Comedy | Drama
Director: Anne Fletcher
Writer: Dan Fogelman
Stars: Barbra Streisand, Seth Rogen, Julene Renee
File Size: 750.2 MB


Dirty Grandpa 

Dirty Grandpa

Genar: Comedy
Director: Dan Mazer
Writer: John Phillips
Stars: Robert De Niro, Zac Efron, Zoey Deutch
File Size: 533.7 MB



Avengers: Age of Ultron

Avengers: Age of Ultron

Genar: Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi
Director: Joss Whedon
Writer: Joss Whedon, Stan Lee (Marvel comics)
Stars: Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo
File Size: 689.7 MB




Concussion 

Concussion

Genar: Drama
Director: Peter Landesman
Writer: Peter Landesman, Jeanne Marie Laskas
File Size: 598.7 MB



Kingsman: The Secret Service 


Kingsman: The Secret Service

Genar: Action | Adventure | Comedy
Director: Matthew Vaughn
Writer: Jane Goldman (screenplay), Matthew Vaughn (screenplay)
Stars: Colin Firth, Taron Egerton, Samuel L. Jackson
File Size: 873.2 MB


Curse of the Witching Tree


Curse of the Witching Tree

Genar: Horror
Director: James Crow
Writer: James Crow
Stars: Sarah Rose Denton, Lucy Clarvis, Lawrence Weller
File Size: 767.8 MB



Ex Machina 

Ex Machina

Genar: Drama | Mystery | Sci-Fi
Director: Alex Garland
Writer: Alex Garland
Stars: Ryan Reynolds, Morena Baccarin, T.J. Mille
File Size: 806.6 MB



Sector 4: Extraction 

Sector 4: Extraction

Genar: Action | War
Director: Olivier Gruner
Writer: Olivier Gruner (story), Richard Pierce (screenplay)
Stars: Eric Roberts, Olivier Gruner, Salman Bokhari
File Size: 693.6 MB


Goddess Of Love 


Goddess Of Love

Genar: Drama | Horror | Mystery
Director: Jon Knautz
Writer: Alexis Kendra, Jon Knautz
Stars: Alexis Kendra, Woody Naismith, Elizabeth Sandy
File Size: 442.9 MB


Ip Man 3

Ip Man 3

Genar: Action | Biography | Drama
Director: Wilson Yip
Writer: Tai-Li Chan, Lai-yin Leung
Stars: Donnie Yen, Lynn Hung, Jin Zhang
File Size: 510.2 MB




The Hateful Eight

The Hateful Eight

Genar: Western
Director: Quentin Tarantino
Writer: Quentin Tarantino
Stars: Jennifer Jason Leigh, Channing Tatum, Samuel L. Jackson
File Size: 817.2 MB



Sisters 


Sisters

Genar: Comedy
Director: Jason Moore
Writer: Paula Pell
Stars: Amy Poehler, Tina Fey, Maya Rudolph
File Size: 596.4 MB



Kill Your Friends 

Kill Your Friends

Genar: Comedy | Crime | Thriller
Director: Owen Harris
Writer: John Niven
Stars: Ed Skrein, Nicholas Hoult, James Corden
File Size: 504.5 MB



 Countdown 

Countdown

Genar: Action
Director: John Stockwell
Writer: Michael Finch, Richard Wenk
Stars: Nick Nemeth, Glenn Jacobs, Katharine Isabelle
File Size: 667.4 MB


The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 


The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2

Genar: Adventure | Sci-Fi
Director: Francis Lawrence
Writer:Peter Craig (screenplay), Danny Strong (screenplay)
Stars: Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth
File Size: 669.2 MB


One Eyed Girl 


One Eyed Girl

Genar: Drama | Thriller
Director: Nick Matthews
Writer: Craig Behenna, Nick Matthews
Stars: Steve Le Marquand, Mark Leonard Winter, Sara
File Size: 578.7 MB




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