Jenny Slate's New Movies

Landline0%Landline
7Our
rating
1:37:00

Storyline:Manhattan, 1995: The three women in the Jacobs family are having a hard time: while the youngest in the group, Ali (Abby Quinn), learns of her father's affair, her older sister Dana (Jenny Slate) discovers her wild, sexual side and has doubts about just about everything she had previously planned for the future. For example, she avoids her fiancé for a temporary reintegration with her family. Pat (Edie Falco), the mother of the two, meanwhile, realizes that not everything in life Gold is what glitters, but the cohesion of the family is above all else. Nevertheless, she also longs for more attention and is worried about the changing moods of her children.

The Polka King0%The Polka King
7Our
rating
1:35:00

Storyline:Shopkeeper Jan Lewan (Jack Black) began his career as a polka singer in the 1970s, eventually rising to become the undisputed polka king of Pennsylvania in the early '90s. But he also resorts to unfair means, because he knows no inhibitions in the implementation of his goals. He takes out his investors and captivates authorities and builds a musical empire with him in the middle. He even founds the world's first polka-ponzi scam. But that can not last forever, so Lewan ends up in jail one day and also tears his wife Marla (Jenny Slate) and his neurotic helper Mickey (Jason Schwartzman) into the abyss.

Gifted0%Gifted
7Our
rating
1:41:00

Storyline:Frank Adler (Chris Evans) lives with his niece Mary (Mckenna Grace), who he raised in his place in a small coastal town in Florida. Mary is as lively as she is intelligent, and because of her achievements at school, especially in mathematics, her teacher Bonnie (Jenny Slate) soon surmises that Mary could be gifted. However, Frank does not want to know about it, but wants to allow Mary to live a largely normal life apart from performance pressure and intelligence tests. But when his own mother Evelyn (Lindsay Duncan) finds out about it, the peaceful life of the patchwork family is over, because Evelyn has big plans for her granddaughter. But Frank decides to fight for his niece's well-being while receiving support from Bonnie, who in turn has her eye on the attractive single parent, as well as his resolute landlady and friend Roberta (Octavia Spencer).