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Storyline:In the 1980s, Robert Mazur (Bryan Cranston), a US drug enforcement agent, worked undercover for five years as a greasy businessman, Bob Musella, and wasted money on international crimes. Mazur penetrates into the innermost circles of organized crime. He is supported by Kathy Ertz (Diane Kruger) posing as his fiancé and his agent colleague Emir Ebreu (John Leguizamo). Together, they are investigating criminal bankers and businessmen who are exercising their influence around the world and engaging in billion-dollar drug trafficking. The findings collected during this time Mazur uses later to overthrow the world's largest cartels - including the infamous drug lord Pablo Escobar, whose right hand Roberto Alcaino (Benjamin Bratt) he befriends before ...
Storyline:After his biological father Li (Bryan Cranston / Joachim Tennstedt) appears on the scene, he takes Po (Jack Black / Hape Kerkeling) with him into his equally remote and paradisiacal village full of clumsy pandas. But the idyll is threatened by the supernaturally endowed villain Kai (J.K. Simmons), who has set himself a terrible goal: he wants to destroy every single kung fu master in China. So it's up to Po to make courageous, self-assured fighters out of his cozy relatives. But so far, the hilarious pandas have no combat experience, which does not make the matter easier. Po gets help from his loyal friends Tigress (Angelina Jolie / Bettina Zimmermann), Crane (David Cross / Ralf Schmitz), Monkey (Jackie Chan / Stefan Gossler), Mantis (Seth Rogen / Tobias Kluckert) and Viper (Lucy Liu / Cosma Shiva Hagen) and his instructor Master Shifu (Dustin Hoffman / Gottfried John).
Storyline:Thirty-four years ago, the Marines Sal (Bryan Cranston) and Mueller (Laurence Fishburn), along with Navy physician Richard Shepherd (Steve Carell), set out to jail an 18-year-old offender - and were taken during this trip good friends. In 2003, the three unequal men meet again - aged, but in the middle of life. Now a new mission awaits them: Doc Shepherd has lost his son in the Iraq war and wants to have him buried in the US. His two friends help him and go with him on the adventurous journey. "Last Flag Flying" is based on the eponymous novel by Darryl Ponicsan and is a sequel to Hal Ashby's movie "The Last Commando" from 1973.
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