Stella (Haley Lu Richardson) and Will (Cole Sprouse) are two teens in a local hospital, struggling with Cystic Fibrosis – a debilitating lung disease.
In order to minimize their risk of contracting deadly bacteria from one another, they must remain six feet apart.
Stella is obsessive compulsive and full of smiles and energy. Will is brooding, negative and a blunt realist.
These very different people embark upon a journey together where they each find a way to live instead of waiting to die.
Kingston, Jamaica, 1973. Rival gangs, the Tappas and the Spicer, are waging war in the ghetto. A young schoolgirl is caught in the crossfire, and that’s the last straw for Jerry Dread (Everaldo Creary). However, as he DJs music for peace in “No Man’s Land” – barren territory between both turfs – he is shot and killed. . .
Vers (Brie Larson) hero warrior of Kree is sent on a mission to planet C-53 (Earth) to stop the shape-shifting Skrull.
Vers fights to understand flashes of memories that outline a life that she doesn’t know. With the help of Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson), Vers begins to unravel a secret that could save or destroy the galaxy.
A film noir crime drama borrows from classic crime movies and great works of art to present a psychotherapist who suffers violent nightmares that include images of the greatest paintings in the world. This is affecting his work, and he worries he is in the beginning stages of schizophrenia. To help him, four patients who happen to be expert thieves steal the works from the museums that house them. The rationale? Once he owns them, the nightmares will end. But now he is a wanted criminal known as “The Collector.” Will they be caught? Will his nightmares go away?
When Ryan Phan’s (Phi Vu) physics thesis spikes its energy field, it sends Tree Gelbman (Jessica Rothe) back into the same time loop she just escaped (in the previous film).
This time, she enlists Ryan and his physics crew to help. The physics students struggle to get the programming correct while they avoid being shut down by the Dean. Meanwhile, Tree must stop an escaped killer and also must choose to save one of two loved ones.
Kurt Barnert (Tom Schilling) is a boy in 1940s Germany experiencing the unrepentant Third Reich. Kurt witnesses the atrocities of war first hand when his Aunt Elizabeth (Saskia Rosendahl) is taken away by the SS for exhibiting schizophrenia. Professor Carl Seeband (Sebastian Koch) is the physician who sends Kurt’s aunt away to be exterminated in order to purify the German gene pool.
Our heroes, Emmet (Chris Pratt) and Lucy (Elizabeth Banks), return five years later, but cheerful Bricksburg has given way to brooding, invaded by aliens disguised as cute Duplos and turned into a Mad Max movie-looking Apocalypseburg. They must save their city and restore harmony to the Lego universe, where everything was once “awesome.”
Taking 100-year-old footage from World War I, Director Peter Jackson has transformed disjointed history into an emotional experience. Taking raw black and white, choppy images of British soldiers on the Western Front, Jackson reconstructs them into a remarkable documentary. Narrated by veterans of this war, Jackson has colorized, slowed and converted this ancient footage into a 3D splendor –awakening a chapter from history to create an emotional experience.