Pablo Schreiber's New Movies

Beast of Burden0%Beast of Burden

Storyline:Sean (Daniel Radcliffe) earns his bread as a pilot, but it just does not get enough money around. At least not to pay for medical care for his sick wife Jen (Grace Gummer). He is forced to take on the job of smuggling heroin into the United States for a Mexican drug cartel in his small Cessna. Sean plays a double game, because at the same time he has a deal with the US Drug Authority and procured valuable information in exchange for the inclusion in the witness protection program, including a new identity. He has bad weather on his flight - but that is not his biggest concern. While he is up in the air, he learns that Jen is in the power of the cartel ...

Den of Thieves0%Den of Thieves

Storyline:When Ray Merriman (Pablo Schreiber) and his gang (including Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson and O'Shea Jackson Jr.) in Los Angeles banks raid an empty (!) Cash transporter, it comes to several deaths. This is how the otherwise cautious and experienced gangster troupe is also targeted by the unscrupulous cops Nick Flanagan (Gerard Butler). His special unit always operates on the border between legal and illegal actions and begins a relentless hunt for Ray's gang. She's working on one last big coup: They want to rob the Federal Reserve Bank, which has never been done before. The risk is high, but it also beckons a fat loot. After all, the Bank of Banks stores anywhere between 500 and 800 billion dollars. A race against time begins ...

13 Hours0%13 Hours

Storyline:Benghazi in African Libya: For 13 hours, everyone involved is held in suspense as the secured site of a US diplomatic seat is attacked by Libyan terrorist militias. Watchers are particularly alarmed by the fact that the attack will take place on September 11, 2012, eleven years after the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City and the Pentagon. In the immediate vicinity is a secret CIA base that is not commanded to help intervene. But former soldier Jack (John Krasinski) and his colleagues Tanto (Pablo Schreiber), Boon (David Denman), Rone (James Badge Dale), Glen (Toby Stephens) and Oz (Max Martini) do not want to stand by and watch the message are overrun, and they decide to go on a 13-hour, unauthorized mission to rescue their compatriots. The war drama is based on the book "Thirteen Hours: The Inside Account of What Really Happened In Benghazi" by Mitchell Zuckoff.


Storyline:In a socially weak neighborhood, teenagers are seduced into working for a dangerous drug dealer. When a girl with a dark secret moves to the city, everything changes ...