New Movies Tagged with History

Hacksaw Ridge0%Hacksaw Ridge
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2:19:00

Storyline:The young Desmond T. Doss (Andrew Garfield) grows up in the state of Virginia as a devoted Christian with a strict moral code. One day, when his father Tom (Hugo Weaving), war veteran and drinker, threatens his mother Bertha (Rachel Griffiths) in an argument, Desmond picks up the gun and makes him stop. Desmond vows never to even touch a weapon again. But when his brother Hal (Nathaniel Buzolic) calls for military service following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Desmond follows him shortly thereafter. But because he still insists on not touching a gun, his superiors Captain Glover (Sam Worthington) and Sgt. Howell (Vince Vaughn), as well as his comrades like the tough smitty (Luke Bracey), are making it extremely difficult for him to train. On the front against the Japanese, however, the tide turns: as the bullets swerve past them and more and more casualties are reported, Desmond grows above himself, saving one wounded after the other's life - still without carrying a weapon ...

The Most Hated Woman in America0%The Most Hated Woman in America
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1:31:00

Storyline:"Nobody can force my son or anyone else to pray" - with these words, Madalyn Murray O'Hair (Melissa Leo) first breaks a lesson and then, in support of the Supreme Court, the first amendment to the constitution of the United States. O'Hair, proclaimed by Life Magazine "the most hated woman in America," has gone to court to stop praying in public schools every day. Later, she founds the American Atheists organization, which advocates the interests of atheists and separates state and church. In partly devout America O'Hair makes many enemies with it. In 1995, O'Hair, her son Jon (Michael Chernus) and her disgusting Robin (Juno Temple) are kidnapped by David Roland Waters (Josh Lucas). The kidnapper does not think the police are interested in finding her ...

Salyut-70%Salyut-7
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1:51:00

Storyline:After breaking off contact with the unmanned research station Salyut-7 on February 11, 1985, cosmonauts Viktor Savinykh and Vladimir Dzhanibekov are sent into space to prevent the station from falling to Earth. Because the station is the pride of the Soviet nation and the highest achievement of their space industry and their loss would not only be a bitter blow to the Soviet Union, but would also cost numerous lives by falling debris. But docking on the Saylut-7 is easier said than done, because the ground crew has lost control of the space station ... Based on true events.

The 15:17 to Paris0%The 15:17 to Paris
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1:34:00

Storyline:In the early hours of 21 August 2015, an armed terrorist in the Thalys train 9364 from Amsterdam to Paris opened fire on train travelers. But the lives of the 500 passengers aboard the express train are saved by the courageous intervention of some passengers, including the three accompanying American soldiers Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlatos and Spencer Stone (all three play themselves). The friends overpower the culprit and become heroes. In a series of flashbacks, the childhood and youth of the three soldiers are told and what circumstances led to their being aboard the train. Clint Eastwood is filming the story of the thwarted terror attack on the train from Amsterdam to Paris in the book "The 15:17 To Paris: The True Story Of A Terrorist, A Train And The Three American Heroes".

Le jeune Karl Marx0%Le jeune Karl Marx
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1:58:00

Storyline:In 1844, shortly before the Industrial Revolution, Karl Marx (August Diehl), only 26, lives with his wife Jenny (Vicky Krieps) in exile in Paris. One day he is introduced to the young Friedrich Engels (Stefan Konarske), but for the fine bourgeois and son of a factory owner, the constantly bankrupt father of the family Marx at first only contempt. But soon it becomes apparent that the two have more than just the same humor in common. Engels has recently written about the impoverishment of the English proletariat and he loves Mary Burns (Hannah Steele), a rebel of the English labor movement. As comrades in common, they respect each other and inspire each other, and together with Jenny they write lyrics to spark a revolution ...

Mohawk0%Mohawk
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1:31:00

Storyline:US East Coast, 1812: The situation between states and the British Empire escalates and war between nations breaks out. In the midst of these turbulent times, the impetuous Mohawk warrior Calvin Two Rivers (USS) raids an American outpost, leaving no survivors - thus sealing the fate of his own tribe. Escaping from the thirsty US soldiers Calvin, the young Mohawk Indian Oak (Kaniehtiio Horn) and her British ally Joshua Pinsmail (Eamon Farren) flee deep into the dense forests. There begins a brutal cat-and-mouse game in which the unity of the sadistic officer Holt (Ezra Buzzington) initially seems to have the upper hand - but the Mohawks are at home here and the duel is far from decided ...

Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House0%Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House
7Our
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1:43:00

Storyline:In the summer of 1972, the US was shaken not only by the Vietnam War, but also by the so-called "Watergate scandal". The break-in to the Democratic Party headquarter puzzles journalists - until Bob Woodward (Julian Morris), editor of the Washington Post, is contacted by a mysterious man who calls himself "deep throat." This provides Woodward with top secret information and risks his personal and professional well-being. Because behind "Deep Throat" is Mark Felt (Liam Neeson), vice-chief of the FBI, who knows the scare investigation results first-hand and must choose between the loyalty to his employer and his understanding of law. When the new FBI director Patrick Gray (Marton Csokas) finally tries to end the Watergate investigations remarkably quickly, Felt decides to go public with his knowledge ...

Churchill0%Churchill
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1:45:00

Storyline:In June 1944, World War II is at its peak and Winston Churchill (Brian Cox), who urged the British to oppose Hitler's blitzkrieg, is tired of war and bloodshed. Nevertheless, Churchill faces a decision of immeasurable importance, namely, whether or not the Allies should invade the armed forces in the parts of Europe occupied by the Nazis and their allies. If Operation D-Day fails, he fears, he will be the one to be the culprit. Churchill's wife Clementine (Miranda Richardson) is also available to help and advise her husband during this difficult period, but the long years of the war have shattered their relationship. So not only is the fate of the world, but also the marriage of the Churchills before a turning point ...

Temple0%Temple
7Our
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1:18:00

Storyline:Student Kate (Natalia Warner) and her lover James (Brandon Sklenar) embark on a trip to the Japanese jungle, where they want to visit an ancient Buddhist temple complex. In addition, Kate's best friend Christopher (Logan Huffman), who works as a translator - she herself does not speak a word of Japanese. However, the local residents learn that a curse is buried in the temple they are looking for and that they should not venture near it. Although Christopher can organize a map, but now the problems begin: On the one hand it comes to jealousies between the three and by the way they are also followed by anyone or something ...