James Franco's New Movies

Future World0%Future World
5Our
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1:30:00

Storyline:In a post-apocalyptic future where humanity is plagued by wars, disease and an ongoing heatwave, Prince (Jeffrey Wahlberg), son of the Queen (Lucy Liu) of an oasis, sets out to find a medicine that's his dying mother could save her life. Terrorized by attackers on motorcycles led by the evil warlord (James Franco), Prince meets Ash (Suki Waterhouse). Androidin Ash is both a love lover for Warlord and his contract killer, and is also looking for her own soul. Then Prince is captured by Druglord (Milla Jovovich).

Queen of the Desert0%Queen of the Desert
7Our
rating
2:08:00

Storyline:When the inquisitive young British Gertrude Lowthian Bell (Nicole Kidman) implores her father not to let her drown in rainy England but to send her out into the wide world, Thomas Hugh Bell (David Calder) arranges his daughter's stay in 1902 Relatives in Tehran. There, Gertrude falls madly in love with the destitute diplomat and gambler Henry Cadogan (James Franco). When the father forbids them to marry, the relationship comes to an abrupt end and Gertrude commits her travels through the Middle East and the study of local politics and culture. Only years later she opens her heart again to a man, but also the love for the married Charles Doughty-Wylie (Damian Lewis) ends tragically. Gertrude Bell, in addition to her scholarly and literary work, now also takes on political posts and becomes increasingly important to the local rulers, both to the British, who are suspicious of the emancipated woman, and to the local tribal leaders whom she respectfully calls the "Queen of the Desert "And feel understood by her in her culture.

True Story0%True Story
8Our
rating
1:39:00

Storyline:The journalist Michael Finkel (Jonah Hill) has made it to the top, as the framed magazine covers on his office wall and above all the name of his employer testify to: "New York Times". But Finkel commits a journalistic cardinal error. For his new article, he does not rely on facts, but uses his imagination - and gets fired. Not bad, Finkels girlfriend Jill (Felicity Jones), because the work for the Times, he would not get anyway. But soon new material awaits Finkel, a story of great explosiveness. The imprisoned Christian Longo (James Franco), who allegedly killed his family, contacted the journalist for insider information on the bloody events. Between the suspect, who strangely pretended to be Finkel at the time of his arrest, and the journalist, a relationship of trust with potentially dangerous consequences ... Based on the memoirs of journalist Michael Finkel.

In Dubious Battle0%In Dubious Battle
8Our
rating
1:50:00

Storyline:In California in the 1930s, farm workers are slowly beginning to fight for their rights and form unions. The idealist activist Jim Nolan (Nat Wolff), who wants to give his Lisa (Selena Gomez) a better life, gets together with his friend Mac (James Franco) to organize a strike of the Southern California farm workers on an apple orchard. However, that is not so easy, also because the local workers do not want to lose their jobs despite being exploited. Especially the most experienced of all workers Al Anderson (Sam Shepard) is convinced of the rebellious action. And, of course, the landowners who resist their production endanger themselves.

Why Him?0%Why Him?
7Our
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1:51:00

Storyline:Over caring father Ned (Bryan Cranston) is planning to visit his daughter Stephanie (Zoey Deutch) at college, along with wife Barb (Megan Mullally) and her 15-year-old son Scotty (Griffin Gluck). What starts as an enjoyable trip quickly becomes a nightmare for Ned when he meets his daughter's good-natured but very cranky rich friend: Laird (James Franco). Ned, who does not feel at home as a small-town businessman in Laird's glamorous, fast-paced world, can not do much with the hip guy and intends to protect his daughter from what he sees as his own biggest mistake of her life will be: the wedding. Laird tries to impress his potential father-in-law with all means ...

The Vault0%The Vault
7Our
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1:31:00

Storyline:Actually, the sisters Leah (Francesca Eastwood) and Vee (Taryn Manning) do not have much to do with each other. But because they want to help their brother Michael (Scott Haze), who is deeply in debt, they steal a bank with a few sinister accomplices. Everything runs like a book. But then bank manager Ed (James Franco) promises them an even bigger prize in an old, hidden vault in the basement of the bank. The robber troop sets to work immediately to crack the safe. But when they succeed, an old, dark secret comes to light that would never have been better discovered. While the police take a stand in front of the bank, Leah and Vee have to fight for their survival in the netherworld, because something is after them - or is it someone?

The Disaster Artist0%The Disaster Artist
8Our
rating
1:38:00

Storyline:Tommy Wiseau (James Franco) and Greg Sestero (Dave Franco) meet in a drama school and quickly become friends through their shared admiration for James Dean and their shared dream of a career in Hollywood. Greg admires Tommy for his fearlessness on stage and for never giving up, but they quickly realize that they have no chance of an acting career. There comes an idea: Why not just shoot a movie? Tommy writes the script, buys the necessary equipment from his own money and hires a film crew - and production can start. But it quickly turns out that Tommy, the lead actor, producer, director and author in person, has no idea about filmmaking, but that does not mean he has to rely on the experienced script supervisor Sandy Schklair (Seth Rogen), the only voice in the world Reason, pure talk ...