Michiel Huisman's New Movies

Irreplaceable You0%Irreplaceable You
7Our
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1:36:00

Storyline:Since the age of eight, Abbie (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) and Sam (Michiel Huisman) are soulmates and destined to be together forever. Meanwhile, they live happily in New York, are engaged and planning their wedding. But then comes a shocking news: Abbie is terminally ill. Driven by the desire that she does not want her great love to be alone from now on, she sets out to find a new wife for Sam. But when dealing with her illness she encounters such diverse people as Myron (Christopher Walken), Kate (Kate McKinnon) and Mitch (Steve Coogan), who have one thing in common: While they are dying as well, they focus on life ...

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society0%The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society
8Our
rating
2:04:00

Storyline:In London in the late 1940s, the outgoing Juliet Ashton (Lily James) works as a journalist. One day she receives a letter from a charming but rather strange man named Dawsey Adams (Michiel Huisman), who lives in Guernsey. Through a lively correspondence, Juliet learns that a book club was founded on the Channel Island during the Nazi occupation in World War II. His name is "Guernsey friends of poetry and potato peel casserole". Thus, the horrors of war could be escaped for at least a few hours a week. Juliet decides to write about the club. She travels to Guernsey, where she meets Dawsey face to face. This changes their lives at least as sustainable as the stay on the island itself ...

The Invitation0%The Invitation
7Our
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1:40:00

Storyline:Will (Logan Marshall-Green) and Eden (Tammy Blanchard) were once a happy couple. However, after the two tragically lost their son, Eden left without any warning or any trace left behind. Two years later, she returns suddenly with a new husband (Michiel Huisman) in the luggage and wants to reconcile as a new person with her ex and all those who she once left behind. At a dinner party in the house, which used to be his own, Will does not shy away from the feeling that Eden and her new husband really have different plans for their invited guests. Does his senses play a trick on him or is Eden really not what she pretends to be and pursues sinister goals?

The Age of Adaline0%The Age of Adaline
8Our
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1:52:00

Storyline:In 1935, Adaline Bowman (Blake Lively) stopped aging. She was 29 and an accident caused her to stay 29. The next 80 years were lonely - apart from her daughter Flemming (first Cate Richardson, later Ellen Burstyn) nobody knew about Adaline's condition. To keep her secret, she changed her identity and place of residence every ten years and largely renounced emotional ties. It was not until she met the likable philanthropist Ellis Jones (Michiel Huisman) in San Francisco that Adaline reluctantly agreed to a romantic date. It is increasingly difficult for her to suppress her feelings. At a weekend with Ellis' parents William (Harrison Ford) and Kathy (Kathy Baker), the truth threatens to come to light ...

2:220%2:22
8Our
rating
1:38:00

Storyline:One day at 2:22 in the afternoon, an unusual flash of light dazzles the air traffic controller Dylan Branson (Michiel Huisman), which almost resulted in a collision between two aircraft, killing 900 people. Since then, strange things happen to the New Yorker again and again-although the phenomena are so inexplicable and confusing they seem to be a pattern. While trying to put some light into the darkness, he encounters the fascinating Sarah (Teresa Palmer). Immediately the two feel attracted to each other and in a strange way, as if they have always known each other. Dylan is now sure that all this can not be a coincidence, but a big mystery behind it, which he must necessarily reveal - and Sarah seems to play an important role in the solution of the puzzle ...

The Ottoman Lieutenant0%The Ottoman Lieutenant
7Our
rating
1:46:00

Storyline:Europe is steeped in the horrors and turmoils at the beginning of the First World War, whose impact and impact nobody expected. Nevertheless, the idealistic nurse Lillie (Hera Hilmer) leaves her homeland, the United States - frustrated by the iniquities prevailing there. Trigger is the meeting with the missionary doctor Jude (Josh Hartnett), who looks after a station in the distant Ottoman Empire. But Lillie's loyalty to the Jew is put to the test on the spot when she falls in love with the Ottoman officer Ismael (Michiel Huisman) and thus with the enemy. Lillie has to decide if she will live up to the expectations that other people impose on her or if she puts herself first ...