Billy Crudup's New Movies

The Stanford Prison Experiment0%The Stanford Prison Experiment
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2:02:00

Storyline:From 14 to 20 August 1971, a sociological experiment was carried out in which male subjects were randomly assigned the role of prisoners or prison guards. The whole operation was led by psychology professor Philip Zimbardo (Billy Crudup), who was to investigate for the US military the possible causes of conflicts in corresponding guard-occupant constellations. A total of 24 people (including Ezra Miller, Nicholas Braun and Michael Angarano) attended, but very soon it became apparent that the participants identified far more with their roles than expected. Mental as well as physical torture were the consequence, which did not go out only from the guards. The prisoners also began to make their lives at the behest of the overseers hell. The experiment went out of control and ended prematurely after only six out of 14 days. Based on the transcript of the results of the experiment by Philip Zimbardo.

1 Mile to You0%1 Mile to You
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1:44:00

Storyline:After teenagers' friends die in a tragic accident, the adolescent uses racing to revive his memories of the deceased. Soon he is torn between the past and the future.

Alien: Covenant100%Alien: Covenant
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2:00:00

Storyline:The strange planet explored by the crew of the covert space ship Covenant is a paradise: as the terraforming specialist Daniels (Katherine Waterston) and her colleagues, including the new Captain Christopher (Billy Crudup), the Android Walter (Michael Fassbender) and the pilot Tennessee (Danny McBride) run through the mountainous, wooded landscape, they notice the strange, disturbing silence: no bird can be heard - or any other animal. Soon the discoverers realize that they landed on a planet that could hardly be more hostile to life. Lightning speed, high-intelligence and acid-injecting aliens attack the Covenant crew, killing one member after another. And the rest of the group is clear: so far away from home they are completely on their own ...