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Barry Lyndon0%Barry Lyndon
8Our
rating
3:05:00

Storyline:The Irish nobleman Redmond Barry (Ryan O'Neal) must leave his homeland in the middle of the 18th century, because he has engaged in an altercation with the fake. The young adventurer finally reaches Prussia in the service of the English army. Politics and thus the military activities of the states interested Barry but not, he would like to ascend in society. The chance he receives indirectly through the Prussians. Because after Barry has fallen into the enemy's captivity, Captain Potzdorf (Hardy Krüger) sends him to the Prussian court to pick out an Irish card player (Patrick Magee) whom the Prussians consider an enemy spy. However, the two compatriots understand each other well, leave Prussia and form a successful community of false gamblers. On her way through the upscale society Barry meets the English nobleman Lady Lyndon (Marisa Berenson), whom he marries. But his luck is threatened, because his wife has a son from his first marriage, which Barry could challenge the nobility position ...

Five Feet Apart0%Five Feet Apart
6Our
rating
1:30:00

Storyline:Two young people fall in love with each other, knowing that their remaining time on earth is limited.

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring0%The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
9Our
rating
2:58:00

Storyline:The hobbit Bilbo Baggins (Ian Holm) accidentally falls into the hands of a powerful ring. This jewel once allowed the sinister ruler Sauron to subjugate the world. The ring seemed lost for centuries until Bilbo took it and kept its "treasure" for sixty years. On his 111th birthday, he reluctantly passes it on to his nephew Frodo (Elijah Wood) and leaves his home Middle-earth with a bang. He dissolves in the air. Because the mysterious ring allows its wearer to make himself invisible. For the young hobbit Frodo, however, the ring becomes a heavy burden. The evil spirit of Sauron who is trapped in the "One" becomes stronger and stronger. Frodo only has one option left: he has to destroy him. However, that's not easy. It can only be destroyed in the eternal fires of Mount Doom in the land of Mordor, where the ring was forged. But until then, Frodo has to march alongside the wizard Gandalf (Ian McKellen) and his companions through enemy territory, always pursued by Sauron's lackeys ...

Braveheart0%Braveheart
8Our
rating
2:58:00

Storyline:After the Scottish king died without successor to the throne, there is unrest in Scotland in the late 13th century. King Edward I of England (Patrick McGoohan) uses the dispersal of the Scottish nobility to his advantage and tries to seize their land. But despite the efforts of the Scottish nobility and the crackdown on the Scottish civilian population, he can not sustainably consolidate his position of power. William Wallace (Mel Gibson) is born into this troubled time and after the assassination of his closest family members raised by his uncle, who takes him on his travels through Europe and not only reading and writing, but also French, Latin and dealing with the Sword teaches. Wallace returns as a peace-loving man to his homeland and wants nothing to do with public affairs. When English troops execute his wife (Catherine McCormack), he swears revenge on the occupiers and sets out to lead his countrymen to freedom.

Good Will Hunting0%Good Will Hunting
9Our
rating
2:06:00

Storyline:The everyday life of Will Hunting (Matt Damon) is not spectacular - cleaning floors at the renowned Massachusetts Institute of Technology, playing baseball, drinking beer. As for his future career, he does not worry. Nobody suspects that there is an intelligence beast in the man who comes from poor and educated middle classes. When Professor Lambeau (Stellan Skarsgard) writes an extremely complicated mathematical problem on the whiteboard of the hallway and the solution is underneath the next day, without anyone from his course being responsible for it and accepting the honor of the professor, he sets off the search for the phantom mathematician ...

Incendies0%Incendies
8Our
rating
2:11:00

Storyline:The twins Jeanne (Mélissa Désormeaux-Poulin) and Simon (Maxim Gaudette) are asked by their deceased mother Nawal (Lubna Azabal) via a notary to hand over to her hitherto unknown relatives two letters - one for the father, one for the brother. The siblings set off to fulfill their mother's last wish and to meet the foreign family in the Middle East. In doing so they discover a terrible past full of inbreeding, rape and humiliation ...

No Country for Old Men0%No Country for Old Men
8Our
rating
2:02:00

Storyline:Vietnam veteran Llewelyn Moss (Josh Brolin) encounters a massacre of antelope hunts in Southwest Texas in the midst of the desert in 1980. What he sees is apparently the scene of a failed drug deal. Not far from the battlefield is a suitcase of two million dollars. Moss takes the suitcase - not realizing that the professional killer Anton Chigurh (Javier Bardem) has already picked up his track. Chigurh is freezing, his path paved with corpses. However, Llewelyn is not completely alone. Village Sheriff Ed Tom Bell (Tommy Lee Jones) knows what danger the hunt is in and wants to save him. But the lawman always lags Chigurh one step behind. He feels alienated in a world that knows nothing against such an inexorable killer.

Gandhi0%Gandhi
8Our
rating
3:11:00

Storyline:In 1888, Mahatma Gandhi (Ben Kingsley) completed a three-year law degree in London before earning his awards as a lawyer in Bombay and in 1893 on a trip to South Africa. He, who - quite wealthy - has a first class ticket, is thrown out of the train just because of his skin color. Here, for the first time, his sense of justice is evoked and a rethinking takes place. In addition, the viewer follows Gandhi's work in South Africa, for which he is celebrated frenetically by the international press, as well as in the humanistic as well as in political areas of India; finally, he experiences the independence of the same, at whose proclamation, here the Indian, there the Pakistani, and at Gandhi's house, before which he squats clothes spinning, no flag, at the flagpole blows. The "little brown man in a linen cloth" (commentator at the funeral), who united a whole people, ultimately fails the desired success in the small circle of his colleagues: the predominantly Hindu areas of India are united under one, the predominantly Muslim areas under the other and hand. He was just able to soothe the resulting civil-warlike conditions and thus the former peace provides the appropriate backdrop for Gandhi's demise; At the age of 79, he is shot dead in New Delhi on the street.

The Sting0%The Sting
8Our
rating
2:09:00

Storyline:The economic crisis of the 1930s also causes an increase in crime, corruption and speculation and Doyle Lonnegan (Robert Shaw) is one of the beneficiaries. Illegal business, gambling and bribery are the order of the day. When one of his subordinates, Mattola (James Sloyan), wants to bring $ 11,000 from a betting office to Lonnegan's headquarters, he is tricked by trickster Johnny Hooker (Robert Redford) and his partner Luther Coleman (Robert Earl Jones). Both disappear with the money without knowing who they cheated on: Lonnegan. And he does not like such a thing and instructs his bodyguard Floyd (Charles Dierkop) to locate the two fraudsters.