Taraji P. Henson's New Movies

What Men Want0%What Men Want
6Our
rating
1:30:00

Storyline:A sports agent (Taraji P. Henson) is repeatedly sidelined by her male opponents. When she suddenly hears the thoughts of all men, she takes advantage of them and signs an aspiring NBA superstar. New edition of Nancy Meyer's comedy "What Women Want" from the year 2000.

Acrimony0%Acrimony
6Our
rating
2:00:00

Storyline:Robert Gayle (Lyriq Bent) is Melinda Moores (Taraji P. Henson) first love, they get to know each other in college. But inventor Robert cheats on her and is chronically in short supply. Melinda forgives her lover, the two marry, but she has to feed the family. Through Robert's behavior Melinda gets increasingly worse tantrums, so she rams her home during her first bad bout with her car.

Proud Mary0%Proud Mary
6Our
rating
1:29:00

Storyline:Successful contract killer Mary (Taraji P. Henson) works for a mafia family in Boston. When she finds out in one of her orders that there is a boy in the next room, she spares her. A year later, the boy named Danny (Jahi Di'Allo Winston) is himself involved in the criminal underworld and works for a criminal boss whom everyone calls "uncle" (Xander Berkeley). Mary, in whom the boy aroused maternal feelings she did not even know she had, watched him from a safe distance. As Danny gets into mortal danger, she steps in and threatens to trigger a war between her boss Benny (Danny Glover) and uncle's brother Luka (Rade Serbedzija) ...

Hidden Figures0%Hidden Figures
7Our
rating
2:07:00

Storyline:1962: John Glenn (Glen Powell) is the first American to completely orbit the Earth in a spaceship. This is an important milestone in the Cold War between the US and the Soviet Union, which is also seen as a race in space - at a time when white and black people in the US are still separated by law and there can be no question of gender equality. But in NASA, where Glenn is dominated by other white men like Al Harrison (Kevin Costner) and Paul Stafford (Jim Parsons), three black women work. Hardly anyone knows their name, but their influence is enormous: it is thanks to NASA mathematicians Katherine Johnson (Taraji P. Henson), Dorothy Vaughan (Octavia Spencer) and Mary Jackson (Janelle Monáe) that Glenn's mission is safe and successful ...