Edward Norton's New Movies

American History X0%American History X
8Our
rating
1:59:00

Storyline:Following the murder of his father, Derek (Edward Norton) seeks revenge and participates in racist attacks. One day they end up with a brutal murder - Derek is imprisoned for three years. When he is released, he is ashamed of his past. To his horror Derek must, however, find that his little brother Danny (Edward Furlong) is now also a follower of a right-wing group. From now on, the ex-prisoner tries to explain to Danny what a wrong way this is going on ...

Fight Club0%Fight Club
9Our
rating
2:19:00

Storyline:A yuppie (Edward Norton) finds shelter in the charismatic Tyler Durden (Brad Pitt) after his apartment is blown up. A scramble between the two evolves into a brawl that ends with the realization that you just feel better after a good deal of beating. The Fight Club is born. More and more men are gathering to fight each other - and to get stronger into everyday life. The concept is spreading like a virus, but for Tyler, the Combat Team is just the first step in bringing the US to its knees.

Isle of Dogs0%Isle of Dogs
8Our
rating
1:41:00

Storyline:In the near future, the dog population in Japan has exploded. When the so-called dog flu breaks out and people are worried about their health, all dogs are banned from Megasaki City and taken to the remote island of Trash Island, which consists of garbage only. The four-legged boss (vote: Bill Murray), Chief (Bryan Cranston), Rex (Edward Norton), Duke (Jeff Goldblum) and King (Bob Balaban) does not like. You are proud alpha dogs and should eat now garbage? So they make a pact and go in search of better food. However, when twelve-year-old Atari Kobayashi (Koyu Rankin) lands on the island in a hijacked plane and desperately looks for his pet spots, the Alpha Hound unit decides to change their mission and help the boy search.

Collateral Beauty0%Collateral Beauty
8Our
rating
1:37:00

Storyline:Howard Inlet (Will Smith) actually has everything he always dreamed of. But when one day, a terrible tragedy takes place before his eyes, the New Yorker falls into a deep depression and his life is getting more and more out of joint. After all, in his desperation, Howard even begins to write letters to a variety of abstract things and concepts. At least the advertising man has employees and friends (including Edward Norton, Kate Winslet and Michael Pena) who are worried about him and do not even think about leaving their boss to his grief. However, an improvement of Howard's condition occurs only when three special characters enter his life: The death (Helen Mirren), the time (Jacob Latimore) and the love (Keira Knightley), all of which received letters from him, look for him on...