Julia Roberts's New Movies

Ben Is Back0%Ben Is Back
7Our
rating
1:43:00

Storyline:Holly Burns (Julia Roberts) does not even know what's happening: Out of nowhere, her eldest son Ben (Lucas Hedges) is suddenly at the door, ready to be accepted back into the family circle. But the mood soon threatens to tip, because even if his mother would like to believe that Ben has left behind his drug problem, there remains a certain doubt. His stepfather Neal (Courtney B. Vance) and his sister Ivy (Kathryn Newton) are not very enthusiastic about the return and fear that they will soon face an emotional pile of rubble - again. But Holly does not give up her son and helps him in this difficult time to keep the family together. However, Ben is quickly caught up in his past, so his mother has to ask herself if she knows her own son at all.

Secret in Their Eyes0%Secret in Their Eyes
7Our
rating
1:51:00

Storyline:FBI investigators Ray (Chiwetel Ejiofor) and Jess (Julia Roberts) work as a well-rehearsed team with District Attorney Claire (Nicole Kidman) - until she rips apart a terrible tragedy: Jess's daughter is the victim of a beastly murder. And when they think they finally find the guilty party, they are released for lack of evidence. Stunned, the grieving mother turns away from the FBI and Ray is transferred to another office. 13 years later, Ray, who has been obsessively researching a trail, discovers a new trail that could be the key to the case. He turns to Claire and Jess. But does it make sense to really reopen the old case - or would it be better to let the past rest?

Mother's Day0%Mother's Day
8Our
rating
1:58:00

Storyline:Around Mother's Day, the stories of several mothers take their course, interwoven in different ways. Sandy (Jennifer Aniston) is a single parent and has to cope with her ex-husband marrying Henry (Timothy Olyphant) again and his bride is much younger than she is in her early 20s, even her own sons get stupid thoughts. Jesse (Kate Hudson) and Gabi (Sarah Chalke) in turn have their parents for some spicy details hidden from their lives for years and advised by a sudden visit in explanatory note. The successful television presenter Miranda (Julia Roberts), on the other hand, seems to have banished the love of her life - she rather sells magic stones to her customers. They all have to get involved in new ways to spend a harmonious Mother's Day and get their lives back on track. Romantic comedy, which plays on Mother's Day, and loose sequel to Garry Marshall's "Valentine's Day" and "Happy New Year".

Money Monster0%Money Monster
7Our
rating
1:38:00

Storyline:The notorious financial guru Lee Gates (George Clooney) has even brought it on its own program on television. However, his stock market tips, which in addition to the quality of the system as in any TV format is always synonymous to the good show, not only brought him fans: The family man Kyle (Jack O'Connell) has just a bad investment all his Savings on the stock market gambled. The insider tip for the plant he had from Gates' shipment. Now he is so desperate that he storms armed in the middle of the live show and takes the host hostage. Kyle threatens to kill Gates if his shares do not rise by at least 24.5 points by the close of the market. This is the life of the financial gurus suddenly in the hands of investors out there, because the cameras continue to run and the hostage-taking is increasingly becoming a media spectacle. But will the people in front of the screens actually invest in a bad facility "just" to save the life of a TV presenter?

Wonder0%Wonder
7Our
rating
1:53:00

Storyline:August Pullman (Jacob Tremblay), known by everyone as "Auggie", is humorous, smart and loveable, has a great family and yet has been an outsider since birth. Because he has a badly disfigured face due to a genetic defect that makes it impossible for him to go to a regular school. Instead, he is taught at home by his mother Isabel (Julia Roberts). However, when he turns ten years old, his mother and father (Owen Wilson) discuss not allowing him to attend school, which is why he moves to fifth grade at Beecher Prep. There he learns despite initial difficulties to arrange himself with his appearance and quickly finds new friends. Adaptation of the novel of the same name by R. J. Palacio from the year 2012.