Meryl Streep's New Movies

Kramer vs. Kramer0%Kramer vs. Kramer
8Our
rating
1:45:00

Storyline:Successful advertising expert Ted Kramer (Dustin Hoffman) works for a renowned New York advertising agency and is about to be promoted to Vice President when his wife Joanna (Meryl Streep) unexpectedly packs his bags and leaves. She feels overwhelmed with her role as wife and mother. Suddenly the workaholic has to face the challenges of the household and take care of the education of his son Billy (Justin Henry). At first, the two have their difficulties with each other, but over time, the relationship between father and son becomes more intimate and Ted develops into a model father. However, there is not much time left for his career, which is why he finally loses his job. At the same time Joanna returns to New York and demands not only the divorce, but also the custody of Billy. A bitter litigation begins ...

Out of Africa0%Out of Africa
7Our
rating
2:41:00

Storyline:The rich Danish Karen Blixen (Meryl Streep) builds a coffee plantation in Kenya in 1914. But she suffers from the unfortunate marriage with Baron Bror Blixen-Finecke (Klaus Maria Brandauer). She falls in love with safari hunter Denys Finch Hatton (Robert Redford). Then a war breaks out and events come to a head.

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 ...

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again0%Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again
8Our
rating
1:54:00

Storyline:We remember: In "Mamma Mia" Sophie (Amanda Seyfried) had married and on this occasion her family around mother Donna (Meryl Streep) along with the men's trio Sam (Pierce Brosnan), Harry (Colin Firth) and Bill (Stellan Skarsgard ), all of whom were considered her biological father, were invited to the Greek island of Kalokairi. Now Sophie is pregnant! To support them, she invites her old childhood girlfriends and bandmates Rosie (Julie Walters) and Tanya (Christine Baranski) - but before it comes to the big music-rich finale, which also Sophie's grandmother (Cher) can not miss, they tell the expectant mother first Tales of yesteryear - Tales from the wild 1970s, from the time when Donna met under the sun of Greece Sam (in the jr: Jeremy Irvine), Harry (Hugh Skinner) and Bill (Josh Dylan) ...

Ricki and the Flash0%Ricki and the Flash
7Our
rating
1:41:00

Storyline:Ricki Rendazzo (Meryl Streep) is a 54-year-old rock singer who has devoted her life entirely to music and her band The Flash. That was not always the case, because once she was married to Pete Brummel (Kevin Kline), but decided against him and the children together and for her career as a rock star. Now Pete calls her and informs her that her daughter Julie (Mamie Gummer) has been abandoned by her husband and is having a hard time. Ricki goes to Indianapolis, where she meets her daughter and her two sons Josh (Sebastian Stan) and Adam (Nick Westrate), from whom she has alienated herself. While Ricki wants to get closer to Julie in particular, she learns what she missed out on. Among other things, that Adam is gay. She understands herself surprisingly well with Pete, but his new wife Maureen (Audra McDonald) does not like it ...

Florence Foster Jenkins0%Florence Foster Jenkins
8Our
rating
1:51:00

Storyline:1944: Actually, millionaire Florence Foster Jenkins (Meryl Streep) could sit back, enjoy her wealth, and live in the lap of luxury, but she feels empowered and aspires to pursue a career as an opera singer. First, she performs only at private concerts alongside the talented pianist Cosmé McMoon (Simon Helberg) and far away from independent critics. The audience consists exclusively of their well-meaning people - and for good reason: Jenkins sings, although she does not see it that way, terrible. And she has a dream that puzzles her manager and husband St. Clair Bayfield (Hugh Grant) about the dreadful disgust: Florence Foster Jenkins wants to prove in the famous Carnegie Hall that she is the best opera singer in the world and is giving away a thousand Tickets to war veterans ... Biopic about Florence Foster Jenkins, who was one of the most talented and worst singers in the history of opera.

The Post0%The Post
8Our
rating
1:38:00

Storyline:In the 1970s, Kay Graham (Meryl Streep) takes over the business of her family - the Washington Post - and becomes the first newspaper publisher in the United States. Soon after, she finds herself embroiled in a dispute of immense proportions with the US government when, along with ambitious editor Ben Bradley (Tom Hanks), she encounters a story involving four US presidents ...