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Storyline:Mid-1970s: Jeffrey Dahmer (Ross Lynch) is in his final high school year and a total outsider with no real friends. In his free time, he picks up carcasses of run-away animals and puts them in acid in a small forest hut, which he gets from his chemist father (Dallas Roberts). His mother (Anne Heche) has just returned from a psychiatric institution, where she was arrested for, among other things, a supposed UFO sighting. As Jeffrey imitates the spasticity of a half-sided paralyzed in a school lesson and it gets laughter, he is a little more popular. This eventually increases to such an extent that Jeffrey rolls wildly twitching in the school corridor and forms around classmate Derf (Alex Wolff) a kind of Dahmer fan club, which incites the actual outsider to harder and harder actions.
Storyline:Alice (Reese Witherspoon) has separated from her husband (Michael Sheen) and now wants to start again. For this she moves with her two daughters (Lola Flanery, Eden Grace Redfield) to Los Angeles - in her old home, in the house of her deceased father. After this change of scenery, Alice wants to become self-employed as an interior designer. While celebrating her 40th birthday in a bar, she meets the three young filmmakers Teddy (Nat Wolff), Harry (Pico Alexander) and George (Jon Rudnitsky), makes a wild punch with them - and because the trio is looking for a place to stay Finally, it is allowed to stay in Alice's guesthouse. The stay is different than planned: Harry has done it to Alice and between the two starts a romance. But suddenly her ex with packed suitcases in front of the door. Turbulences are inevitable ...
Storyline:The young Julia (Matilda Anna Ingrid Lutz) is worried about her boyfriend Holt (Alex Roe), with whom she has a long-distance relationship and whom she can not reach in days. Julia decides to look for him and finds out that her boyfriend had evidently enrolled in an unscheduled course by biology professor Gabriel (Johnny Galecki) and participated in a mysterious project. Shortly before, Gabriel bought a defective video recorder at a flea market, which contained a mysterious videotape with the inscription "Play Me". On the tape is a girl named Samara - and everyone who watches the video should die within seven days ... Julia must fear that Holt has seen the video that has already plunged many people into a tragic death. Sequel to the horror films "Ring" and "Ring 2", in which the spirit of a girl named Samara haunted the journalist Rachel Keller (Naomi Watts). "Rings" takes place 13 years after the second part.
Storyline:Thomas (Callum Turner) is a recent Collge graduate trying to find his place in life in New York. However, one day this is completely turned upside down when he accidentally finds out that his father (Pierce Brosnan) is cheating on his mother (Cynthia Nixon) with a younger lover (Kate Beckinsale). However, when he tries to end his father's relationship, he gets closer and closer to his affair. In all the chaos, it can not hurt that his new neighbor W.F. (Jeff Bridges), a writer very attached to alcohol, with all sorts of life wisdom aside.
Storyline:Teenagers Jason (Dacre Montgomery), Kimberly (Naomi Scott), Billy (RJ Cyler), Trini (Becky G.), and Zack (Ludi Lin) have nothing to do with each other except by chance to go to the same school in the town of Angel Grove. But one day, Jason and Billy encounter something that looks like ancient fossils, inadvertently creating an alien power that seeks to eradicate all human beings: alien Rita Repulsa (Elizabeth Banks) is planning an assault on Earth with her alien army. But our planet will not be vulnerable to the invaders, because the five friends inexplicably come into the possession of superpowers through the incident with the fossils - they become Power Rangers! Spend a few days learning how to best deal with their new powers under the guidance of Zordon (Bryan Cranston), the former Red Rangers hologram.
Storyline:Neuroscientist Julia Brizendine (Whitney Cummings) professionally examines the biochemistry of the female brain, and has personally decided in her typically sober way that a romantic relationship is irrelevant. Julia's assistant Abby (Beanie Feldstein) is easily confused and takes various medicines, but still believes in love. Three different couples are taking part in Julia's investigation: the newlywed Zoe (Cecily Strong) and Greg (Blake Griffin) whose career problems weigh on the relationship; Lisa (Sofia Vergara) and Steven (Deon Cole) who want to bring fresh wind into their marriage again; and Lexi (Lucy Punch), who just can not stop trying to change her partner Adam (James Marsden) in her favor. Study leader Julia then feels strongly attracted by one of her subjects: The handsome Kevin (Toby Kebbell) is as edgy as he is benevolent and sincere, and in his presence, Julia's own brain synapses begin to fire ...
Storyline:Megan Leavey (Kate Mara) is a member of a Marines Bomb Disposal Unit. During a mission she meets the aggressive military dog Rex. The young woman immediately feels a special bond with the German Shepherd and gets permission to train him. With Rex at her side, Megan completes over 100 successful missions in Iraq and saves a lot of lives. But in the presence of bombs, only a tiny mistake is enough to cause fatal consequences. Through the work, the two become inseparable, but the army does not consider the dog suitable for a civilian life at their side. Megan soon has to fight for the fate of her dog. Based on the life of real New Yorker Megan Leavey, who joined the Marines in 2003 and received several awards for extra courage in combat situations.
Storyline:Tonya Harding (Margot Robbie) grew up under very poor conditions, but she was prepared for a career in figure skating early on by her little-loving mother LaVona Golden (Allison Janney). As she slowly approaches the peak of her career, her rival Nancy Kerrigan (Caitlin Carver) is injured in an attack and has to retire from the US Championships. As it turns out, however, Harding's ex-husband Jeff Gillooly (Sebastian Stan) is behind the attack, which is why her just won title is denied and her career is suddenly over ...
Storyline:The young Mija (Seo-Hyun Ahn) grew up in the mountains of South Korea together with her best friend, a huge but gentle animal named Okja. But with the heavenly secluded life it's over, as an international corporation called Mirando, led by arrogant CEO Lucy Mirando (Tilda Swinton), kidnaps Okja to New York, where she's supposed to be used for capitalist purposes. Mija decides to help her huge girlfriend and starts a haphazard but determined rescue operation. Not only does she have to deal with profit-hungry corporations, but also with angry demonstrators and consumers who also want to harness Okja for their own purposes, and experience all sorts of dangerous adventures ... New film by Joon-ho Bong, the director of "The Host" and "Snowpiercer".
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