Emily Mortimer's New Movies

Mary Poppins Returns0%Mary Poppins Returns
7Our
rating
2:10:00

Storyline:London in 1930: The country is struggling with an economic crisis and Michael (Ben Whishaw) and Jane Banks (Emily Mortimer) have grown up: Jane is campaigning for women's rights and Michael works in the bank where his father was already employed and lives with his three children Annabel (Pixie Davies), Georgie (Joel Dawson) and John (Nathanael Saleh), as well as housekeeper Ellen (Julie Walters) in Cherry Tree Lane # 17. But when Michael's wife dies, He, Jane and the children promptly get help from the mysterious nanny Mary Poppins (Emily Blunt). She has not forgotten her magical tricks and has also included a number of rather bizarre friends, including the optimistic Jack Jack lantern (Lin-Manuel Miranda) and Mary's eccentric cousin Topsy (Meryl Streep). Together they bring fun and miracles back to the life of the Banks family ...

Shutter Island0%Shutter Island
8Our
rating
2:18:00

Storyline:US Marshal Teddy Daniels (Leonardo DiCaprio) has a new partner, Chuck Aule (Mark Ruffalo). The two investigators travel to Shutter Island, a remote island off the US East Coast, where violent criminals are stationed. One patient (Emily Mortimer) has disappeared and her whereabouts are to be clarified. But when the federal officials reach the asylum, they find a wall of silence. The medical director Cawley (Ben Kingsley) denies the cops access to the file and his staff members are reluctant to respond. Daniels and Aule quickly find out that the escaped patient had help in their escape. Something is not right on the island, the marshal is sure. He suspects that the Ashecliffe Hospital is conducting secret experiments on living patients. Furthermore, he is still bothered by the death of his beloved wife Dolores (Michelle Williams), who suffocated in her apartment in a fire ...

The Bookshop0%The Bookshop
8Our
rating
1:50:00

Storyline:Florence Green (Emily Mortimer) is a widowed woman who lives in the small coastal town of Hardborough in eastern England in the late 1950s. After having lost her husband early on, with whom she shared a love of literature of all kinds, she wants to realize her dream and decides to open a small bookstore to rip the other inhabitants of the sleepy little town with exciting literary classics out of their lethargy. At first, her plan comes up, the books she sells are well received, and even the mischievous Mr. Brundish (Bill Nighy) enjoys the new bookstore and its owner. But then Violet Gamart (Patricia Clarkson), one of the most respected people in Hardborough, fears losing control of the city and its inhabitants ...