Steve Carell's New Movies

Last Flag Flying0%Last Flag Flying
7Our
rating
2:04:00

Storyline:Thirty-four years ago, the Marines Sal (Bryan Cranston) and Mueller (Laurence Fishburn), along with Navy physician Richard Shepherd (Steve Carell), set out to jail an 18-year-old offender - and were taken during this trip good friends. In 2003, the three unequal men meet again - aged, but in the middle of life. Now a new mission awaits them: Doc Shepherd has lost his son in the Iraq war and wants to have him buried in the US. His two friends help him and go with him on the adventurous journey. "Last Flag Flying" is based on the eponymous novel by Darryl Ponicsan and is a sequel to Hal Ashby's movie "The Last Commando" from 1973.

Despicable Me 30%Despicable Me 3
9Our
rating
1:30:00

Storyline:The once gloomy Gru (voice in the original Steve Carell / in German: Oliver Rohrbeck) has in the second part in agent Lucy Wilde (Kristen Wiig / Martina Hill) and out of love for her and his three adopted daughters Margo (Miranda Cosgrove), Edith (Dana Gaier) and Agnes (Nev Scharrel) changed sides: Together with his wife, he now fights villains. These include Balthazar Bratt (Trey Parker / Joko Winterscheidt), a super-villain and '80s fan with shoulder pads and Vokuhila looking for a giant pink diamond. While Gru is busy hunting Bratt, he gets a visit from his twin brother Dru (also Steve Carell / Oliver Rohrbeck). Not only does he have full hair, he is also more successful and self-confident than Gru, who does not even have his minions under his control - and that annoys him enormously! But then Balthazar Bratt brings to a devilish blow and the unequal brothers have to gather together to save the world.

Battle of the Sexes0%Battle of the Sexes
6Our
rating
2:01:00

Storyline:In 1973, the professional tennis player Billie Jean King (Emma Stone) is the world's most elite at the provisional climax of her career. But the many tournament victories and fame are not all for her, because King, who feels much more than just friendship for her confidant Marilyn Barnett (Andrea Riseborough), also has a vehemence for the equality of women. Bobby Riggs (Steve Carell), on the other hand, has had his best years behind him and has also been struggling with his gameplay. The former champion would like to know it again and revive the fame of old days. He is even ready to risk his reputation. In the public, he represents the opposite opinion to that of King, and thus the inevitable collision in a Tennismatch of the sexes, which is to enter as a "Battle Of The Sexes" in the history.