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Storyline:Biopic about Neil Armstrong (Ryan Gosling), the first man on the moon. It covers the period from 1961 to the moon landing in 1969. In addition to the efforts of NASA to bring a man to the moon, are also the hardships that brings such a pioneer mission with it - for Armstrong himself, but especially for his wife Janet (Claire Foy) and his family.
Storyline:It's the year 2005. Day after day, new daring stock market deals are being made on Wall Street, and the economy is booming. With this in mind, even unemployed people with excellent returns and minimal risk become villa owners. In the animated atmosphere of general prosperity, only idiosyncratic hedge fund manager Michael Burry (Christian Bale) foresees that the financial world is facing a giant crash. When he discovers his forecasts to the leading bank bosses, he takes a perfidious plan, with which he wants to show the big banks because of their lack of foresight and their greed: The "Big Short". With other risk-averse speculators like the trader Steve Eisman (Steve Carell), the German bank broker Greg Lippman (Ryan Gosling) and the former star investor Ben Rickert (Brad Pitt) he bets against the financial system, by selling large shares Investment banks. In return, the big money beckons ... Based on Michael Lewis' book "The Big Short". He also wrote the template for "The Art of Winning - Moneyball."
Storyline:Los Angeles in the 70s: The drained private investigator Holland March (Ryan Gosling) and the rough-headed Jackson Healy (Russell Crowe) are not exactly green, after all, Healy was already once commissioned to beat March. But then the two have to gather for a lucrative mission, because the Supreme Judge (Kim Basinger) needs reliable men who do not take the law so well. Together, they are to locate their daughter Amelia (Margaret Qualley), who is in trouble and has now disappeared. With March's pubescent daughter Holly (Angourie Rice) in tow, the private investigator and his new business partner embark on a scavenger hunt across Los Angeles, quickly realizing that there's a multi-billion dollar conspiracy behind the unimportant case, which reaches into the highest circles ...
Storyline:Mia (Emma Stone) is a passionate actress looking for happiness in Los Angeles. Sebastian (Ryan Gosling) also wants to make his breakthrough there, not as an actor, but as a musician who wants to inspire people of the 21st century for traditional jazz. Mia and Sebastian have to work their part-time jobs to make a living - she works in cafés, he sits in clubs like Boss's (J.K. Simmons) keyboard. After meeting each other in front of the piano and finally becoming a couple, they give each other strength. From now on, they work together to get big. But Mia and Sebastian quickly realize that their aspirations also claim victims and put their relationship to the test. Does Sebastian betray himself if he plays music in the band of Keith (John Legend) that he does not like at all? And can not Mia learn her lines on tour with her boyfriend, or does she really have to stay in L.A.
Storyline:At a party of influential producer and music mogul Cook (Michael Fassbender), hopeful up and coming musicians Faye (Rooney Mara) and BV (Ryan Gosling) get to know each other. Faye has recently started an affair with Cook in the hope of better career prospects, and BV is Cook's latest discovery, but they are still starting a relationship - but without BV knowing about Faye and Cook. But the love triangle does not last long, because Cook gets to know the waitress Rhonda (Natalie Portman) and seduces her. But when BV learns about Faye's past with Cook, they split up. But in the lively music scene of Austin, the two quickly find a new love: BV gets to know the also freshly separated Amanda (Cate Blanchett), while Faye begins a relationship with the French Zoey (Bérénice Marlohe).
Storyline:30 years after Blade Runner Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford) was hired to track down a group of four replicas called Androids, L.A.P.D. official K (Ryan Gosling) accidentally encounters a well-guarded secret of tremendous explosive power. For this discovery threatens to destroy even the last social structures in the gloomy future, marked by unscrupulous concerns. K is looking for Deckard, hoping to get help from the former Blade Runner ... The director of the predecessor was Ridley Scott, who was also long associated with the regimental chair of the second film. In the end, however, he will only be involved as a producer, while Denis Villeneuve ("Arrival") instead takes the place. Harrison Ford returns as Rick Deckard, the lead role Ryan Gosling slips into the skin of the Blade Runner Officer K.
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