Charlize Theron is Lorraine Broughton – if John Wick and James Bond had a daughter together (just go with it), she would be Lorraine Broughton. Sent on an undercover mission to the heart of Berlin during the Cold War, she’s got to decide who to trust and who might be out to kill her as she races against the clock to recover a ticking time bomb of information that could be a death sentence to hundreds.
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Christopher Nolan directs this World War II epic, based around the infamous Battle of Dunkirk where 400,000 Allied troops were trapped on the titular beach, desperately seeking a way to safety across the channel.
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What if we mashed up a teen drama chick flick and a demonic horror movie? That sounds like a great idea!
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South Korean auteur Bong Joon Ho lets his propaganda flag fly in Okja – the 500 times more intense, science fiction version of Babe you probably don’t want to let your kids watch.
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Kumail Nanjiani stars in this comedic real life account of his relationship with girlfriend Emily (Zoe Kazan), the ensuing culture clash, and unexpected complications when Emily suddenly falls very ill.
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The Fast and the Furious as a rock opera ballet, by way of Tarantino, directed by Edgar Wright, Baby Driver is a fever dream euphoria of pulsatingly eclectic music, outrageous stunts, and wild characters.
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Did a Cars movie just make me misty-eyed?
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Tom Cruise is a modern Indiana Jones who must battle the evil of an ancient undead Egyptian princess. How could this miss?
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Johnny Depp is back for a fifth voyage as the infamous Captain Jack Sparrow to swash some buckles in a new adventure.
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