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The Call of the Wild

Based on Jack London’s novel of the same name from 1903, The Call of the Wild (2020) follows the story of a St. Bernard, named Buck, who was robbed of his home in Santa Clara, California, and sold to freight carriers in the Yukon. Buck’s peaceful life, a big-hearted dog, changes radically when he is snatched from his California home and a sled dog arrives in the wild Alaska Yukon during Goose after Gold in the 1890s...

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Underwater

A crew of underwater researchers must go to safety after an earthquake destroys their underground laboratory...

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The Way Back

Jack Cunningham once had a life full of promise. In high school, he was a basketball star with a full scholarship, when suddenly, for unknown reasons, he came out of the game, missing his future. Now, years later, Jack is in decline, a decline triggered by an unimaginable loss, while plunging into the alcoholism that has cost him marriage and any hope for a better life. When asked to coach his former high school basketball team, Jack reluctantly accepts, surprising himself. As the team begins to win, Jack seems to have finally found a reason to face the personal demons that have destroyed his life...

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Resistance

Before he was the famous mime Marcel Marceau, he was Marcel Mangel, an aspiring Jewish actor who joined the French resistance to save the lives of thousands of orphaned children from Nazi hands. In the center is a group of unusual heroes who are in danger of rising above hatred and oppression during the Second World War. As a young man growing up in Nazi-occupied Europe, Marcel has no intention of engaging in war. He imitates Charlie Chaplin in burlesque clubs, paints decorations for his plays, and opposes his stubborn father. His life is overturned when he is recruited by the French resistance, putting his acting talents to great test in teaching orphaned Jewish children how to survive in the horrific reality of the Holocaust...

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Onward

The story is in the foreground of Ian, an elf whose father died before he was born. Uncertain and introverted, Ian longs to be confident and strong and lives with the impression that he would have both qualities if he had grown up with his father. Ian has an older, wild and rather chaotic brother named Barley, who is a constant source of problems for Ian. Barley wants to teach his younger brother something about life, but Ian isn’t sure he even knows what he’s talking about. Ian wakes up, at the age of 16, to want – more than ever – to be better and bolder, as he imagined his father to be. And when the mother gives the boys a gift left behind by the deceased father, Barley immediately comes into play, especially as he is a big fan of the history of their world and the idea of ​​magic. But the spell does not work as it should and the boys destroy the stone until the trial is complete. They can only remember their father’s feet, which are very alive and moving...

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Coffee & Kareem

James Coffee is a pretty idiot cop and … cheating. Coffee has recently entered into a relationship with a single mother with a baby … of color. Their relationship is complicated, however, when the woman’s child, Kareem, a chubby 12-year-old, very guttural, but friendly and caretaker, with gangsta “smokes”, discovers that his mother and Coffee are more intimate than he imagined. In his mind of a grown-up kid in a famed, high-crime neighborhood, Kareem wants to respect the cop...

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Sonic the Hedgehog

Based on Sega’s famous video game series, Sonic the Hedgehog (2019) follows the adventures of Sonic, an anthropomorphic hedgehog, as he navigates the complexities of life on Earth with Tom Wachowski, his new police human friend. Green Hills Sheriff Tom Wachowski embarks on a trip to San Francisco in his efforts to help Sonic recover his rings from the evil Dr. Robotnik, while the government is also trying to track him down. . Sonic and Tom will join forces to try to stop the evil plans of Dr. Robotnik, who tries to capture Sonic to destroy him once and for all and to exploit his immense powers to rule the planet...

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Official Secrets

A story of 21st century morality, Official Secrets tells the true story of British medical sister Katharine Gun who, in the period immediately following the 2003 invasion of Iraq, unveiled a top NSA secret note exposing US-UK joint illegal espionage, operation against members UN Security Council. The report proposed the blackmail of smaller and undesirable member states to vote for the war. Journalist Martin Bright published the paper in The Observer newspaper in London and the story held headlines around the world. The members of the Security Council were outraged and any chance of a UN settlement in the war collapsed. Within days, Bush said he no longer needed UN support and invaded Iraq anyway. As Iraq descended into chaos, Katharine was arrested and charged with violating the Official Secrets Act. Martin also faced potential charges...

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The Grudge

In 2004, Governor Fiona Landers left a house in Tokyo, troubled by the events she experienced inside. Fiona announces to her colleague, Yoko, that she is returning to the US before encountering Kayako Saeki’s ghost. Fiona was coming to her home on Reyburn Drive, 44, in a small town in Pennsylvania, meeting her husband Sam and daughter Melinda. Kayako’s curse is on Fiona and causes her to kill Sam and drown Melinda before she kills herself. Detectives Goodman and Wilson are investigating the crimes. Uneasy about the house, Goodman doesn’t come in, unlike Wilson. After leaving the house, Wilson begins to lose his mind and becomes hysterical when he sees Fiona’s ghost, trying to kill himself shortly, without success. Wilson will be disfigured in an asylum, and Goodman won’t investigate the case...

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Darlin

After being found in a hospital under unfortunate conditions, a wild teenage girl is sent to a care center, where the Bishop and the nuns are expected to become a “good girl”, an example of the wonderful work of the church. The bishop sees in Darlin the winning slogan he needs to prevent the church from closing its school for orphan girls. If Darlin can rehabilitate, the whole city will surely talk about his achievement. However, Darlin has a darker secret. Raised in the wild by “The Woman”, a cannibalistic woman who killed her little girl’s family, Darlin became a wild teenager unable to communicate...

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