Cinemu; March 28 / Movies Week in Review
Cinemu; March 28 / Movies Week in Review
Movies Featured in Theaters, Safer, Safest Movies and Highlights
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A Thousand Times Goodnight: Rebecca (Binoche) is a photojournalist obsessed with reporting in dangerous war zones. She documents a group of female suicide bombers in Afghanistan. She accompanies one of the suicide bombers to Kabul, where the premature detonation of the bomb severely injures her. While recuperating at her home in Ireland, she is confronted by her husband Marcus (Coster-Waldau) and her daughter Steph (Lauryn Canny), who force her to choose between covering war zones, or prioritizing her family. She chooses her family.
The Comedian: Aziz was a famous theater actor once, but now he is a man trying to live in hotel rooms with his friends aids. Sometimes, a friend of him Veli sometimes prepare shows for him, and the money he earns make him earn some money to pay his hotel due. The life he lived fasty made him tired, especially his heart. Aziz is aware that he won't live long, so he takes his last trip for making himself feel better because of a remorse he had before.
Age of Uprising: The Legend of Michael Kohlhaas: During the 16th-century horse dealer Michael Kohlhaas has just purchased new horses and intends to bring them home. But when he has to pass a border, a part of his property is taken away from him on behest of a greedy local nobleman. When his legal protest proves futile, the situation escalates and Koolhaas turns into a lawless desperado.
Fairy Tale: The movie tells the efforts of Mert to fulfill the request of Peri whom he wants to marry. Mert should fix the relationship between him and his father which is in a poor condition and should introduce Peri to his father in order to marry the woman he loved.
Beauty and the Beast: 1720. After the wreck of his ships, a financially-ruined merchant exiles himself in the countryside with his six children. Among them is Beauty, his youngest daughter, a joyful girl full of grace. One day, during an arduous journey, the merchant stumbles across the magical domain of the Beast, who sentences him to death for stealing a rose.
Sabotage:Members of an elite DEA task force find themselves being taken down one by one after they bust into a drug cartel safe house.
Cesar Chavez: The film follows Chávez's efforts to organize 50,000 farm workers in California, many of whom were braceros—temporary workers from Mexico permitted to live and work in the United States in agriculture, and required to return to Mexico if they stopped working. Working conditions are very poor for the braceros, who also suffer from racism and brutality at the hands of the employers and local Californians. To help the workers, Mexican American César Chávez (Michael Peña) forms a labor union known as the United Farm Workers (UFW). Chávez's efforts are opposed, sometimes violently, by the owners of the large industrial farms where the braceros work. The film touches on several major nonviolent campaigns by the UFW: the Delano grape strike, the Salad Bowl strike, and the 1975 Modesto march.
The Raid 2: The film continues where the first film ends. It continues with Rama (Iko Uwais) going undercover and infiltrates the ranks of a ruthless Jakarta crime syndicate in order to protect his family and to uncover the corruption in his own police force.
Breathe In: The film is about a foreign exchange student who arrives in a small upstate New York town and challenges the dynamics of her host family's relationships, altering their lives forever.
Finding Vivian Maier: Finding Vivian Maier is the critically acclaimed documentary about a mysterious nanny, who secretly took over 100,000 photographs that were hidden in storage lockers and, discovered decades later, is now among the 20th century’s greatest photographers. Directed by John Maloof and Charlie Siskel, Maier’s strange and riveting life and art are revealed through never before seen photographs, films, and interviews with dozens who thought they knew her.
Hide Your Smiling Faces: After a neighborhood tragedy, two young brothers -- nine-year-old Tommy (Ryan Jones) and 14-year-old Eric (Nathan Varnson) -- confront changing relationships, the mystery of nature, and their own mortality. A dreamlike portrait of adolescence unfolding over one hot, hazy summer, Hide Your Smiling Faces is a startling debut, exploring rural American life through the distorted lens of youth.
Mistaken For Strangers: Matt, the lead singer of the critically acclaimed rock band The National, finally finds himself flush with success. His younger brother, Tom, is a loveable slacker - a filmmaker and metal-head still living with his parents in Cincinnati. On the eve of The National's biggest tour to date, Matt invites Tom to work for the band as a roadie, unaware of Tom's plan to film the entire adventure.
The Sabotage: This new after-long-time-piece of Schwarzenegger is worth to give a try and the trailers do not say that you will regret it.
The Raid 2: The Raid 2 is a big improvement after the first one. The variety of action scenes and a fabulous story acted by a talented cast makes the movie worth to watch.
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Non-Stop: During a transatlantic flight from New York City to London, U.S. Air Marshal Bill Marks receives a series of cryptic text messages demanding that he instruct the airline to transfer $150 million into an off-shore account. Until he secures the money, a passenger on his flight will be killed every 20 minutes.
Traitor: When straight arrow FBI agent Roy Clayton heads up the investigation into a dangerous international conspiracy, all clues seem to lead back to former U.S. Special Operations officer, Samir Horn. A mysterious figure with a web of connections to terrorist organizations, Horn has a knack for emerging on the scene just as a major operation goes down...
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Last Tombkeeper: The events take place around an old fortress which is in a coastal village. 12 years old Cemil befriends with this old fortress and the old guy who is living in this fortress, earning money as fishing. He listens to stories about past from him. He finds out that there is a very special covering in this historic fortress.
Black: Black is the cathartic tale of a deaf, mute and blind girl who saw what people with sight fail to see a vision of her God. Michelle Mcnally saw what other lesser mortals could not.