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The Babysitter0%The Babysitter
8Our
rating
1:25:00

Storyline:The young Cole (Judah Lewis) is secretly in love - but not in a same-age classmate or neighbor, but just in the attractive, at all popular babysitter Bee (Samara Weaving). When he spies on her one night, he makes a gruesome discovery: Bee is a cold-blooded killer and not only with her desire to kill people. Together with her killer friends Allison (Bella Thorne), Max (Robbie Amell), Sonya (Hana Mae Lee) and John (Andrew Bachelor), the babysitter invites unsuspecting victims to Cole's house, who are killed for common amusement while the boy is in the Bed is mentioned. Bee realizes that Cole got behind her secret - his chances of getting through the night are very, very bad. The hunt is open!

Fist Fight0%Fist Fight
8Our
rating
1:31:00

Storyline:Only one more day separates the students from the long-awaited holidays and the amiable English teacher Andy Campbell (Martin Day) has his hands full, because the children are completely out of whack. But not only that cause him a headache - even the administration has screwed up a lot and so threaten due to budget cuts several layoffs. To make matters worse, Andy also attracts the wrath of his hard-hitting and scary colleague Ron Strickland (Ice Cube) as he unintentionally takes care of his dismissal. Ron challenges Andy to a classic fistfight after school. Of course, this does not stay secret for long and soon it is the event that everyone wants to watch. But Andy understandably has little desire to let himself be crushed in front of everyone's eyes and is feverishly searching for a way to avoid being beaten ...

Molly's Game0%Molly's Game
8Our
rating
2:20:00

Storyline:Filming of the memoirs of "Poker Princess" Molly Bloom, who for years hosted underground poker tournaments in Hollywood and New York. The clientele of freestyle skier Molly Bloom (Jessica Chastain) who failed because of a serious injury include many Hollywood celebrities, sports stars, influential businessmen as well as - but without Bloom's knowledge - the Russian mafia. But one day, big business comes to an abrupt end - in the middle of the night, Bloom chases after 17 FBI agents. Her only ally is her defense lawyer Harlie Jaffey (Idris Elba). He suspects that there is more to Bloom than is written in the tabloids.

Thank You for Your Service0%Thank You for Your Service
8Our
rating
1:49:00

Storyline:Implementation of the book by the same name by journalist David Finkel. It's about US soldiers returning from the Iraq war to their old lives - but not so easily getting the war out of their heads. One of the returnees is Adam Schumann (Miles Teller), who meets his wife Saskia (Haley Bennett) and his children. He is greeted with great joy, makes an effort in everyday life. But overcoming post-traumatic stress disorder is hard ...

Lady Bird0%Lady Bird
7Our
rating
1:33:00

Storyline:Christine "Lady Bird" McPherson (Saoirse Ronan) has been in the shadow of her ambitious and assertive mother Marion (Laurie Metcalf) since early childhood. Because of this and because she is annoyed by her conservative Catholic high school and the limitations of living in a small town, Christine tries to escape from her northern California hometown of Sacramento. Within a very formative year, she spends a lot of time with her best friend Julie (Beanie Feldstein) and meets two young men to whom she feels strongly attracted (Lucas Hedges and Timothée Chalamet).

The Ballad of Lefty Brown0%The Ballad of Lefty Brown
8Our
rating
1:51:00

Storyline:As Cowboy Lefty Brown (Bill Pullman) witnesses the murder of his longtime partner - the newly elected Senator Edward Johnson (Peter Fonda) - he goes in search of the murderers and longs for revenge. He follows the outlaws through the vast expanse of Montana and recruits on the way the young gunman Jeremiah (Diego Josef). Both also get help from an always-alcoholized U.S. Marshall (Tommy Flanagan). After Jeremiah is wounded in a shootout with the killer gang, Lefty returns home with the names of the criminals in the luggage - only to find out that he himself is being charged with the murder of Edward Johnson. Lefty must prove his innocence by pillorying the real killer.

Happy End0%Happy End
7Our
rating
1:47:00

Storyline:Family Laurent runs a booming construction company - but the foundation of success is crumbling: The feisty patriarch and boss Anne (Isabelle Huppert), married to lawyer Lawrence Bradshaw (Toby Jones), has made her son Pierre (Franz Rogowski) Managing Director, yet he is far from competent enough for his job. There are also problems in private life: Anne's brother Thomas (Mathieu Kassovitz), a doctor who also lives in the multi-generation villa, suddenly has to look after his twelve-year-old daughter Eve (Fantine Harduin) - she moves in after her mother tries has to kill herself. Eve feels lonely and strange in her new environment with her new wife Anaïs (Laura Verlinden) and toddler. Then Georges (Jean-Louis Trintignant), the embittered old father of Anne and Thomas, makes a suicide attempt ...

War Machine0%War Machine
8Our
rating
2:02:00
Actors:Brad Pitt

Storyline:General Glen McMahon (Brad Pitt) enjoys a reputation as a true rock star among highly decorated American generals, one who delivers results and makes no compromises. So it goes without saying that he will be given command of the troops in Afghanistan. Although the war there is considered impossible to win, McMahon is determined to win as soon as possible. He has come up with a radically new strategy - but in order to put it into practice, he and his officers and advisors around the globe must form alliances, collect troops and deal with politics and the media - and of course the war itself not to be lost sight of, or the soldiers who actually fight it out in Afghanistan ...

Journey's End0%Journey's End
7Our
rating
1:47:00

Storyline:1918 on the Aisne River in northeastern France: A group of British officers, led by young officer Stanhope (Sam Claflin), who is beginning to lose his mind, expects their fate in very different ways. Film adaptation of the eponymous play by R.C. Sherriff.