A virus that disables inhibitions and magnifies thoughts and emotions causes a violent outbreak at a law firm. One man, recently screwed over by his superiors, uses the quarantine to enact his revenge.
Based on the 1995 book by John Pearson, this thriller drama tackles the story of John Paul Getty III’s kidnapping incident, how it sparked major controversies and the turmoil that his family fell into during its complicated ransom negotiation.
The Cloverfield Paradox is the third film in the secretive Cloverfield franchise that has been known for generating mystery behind its films before suddenly releasing them without a typical marketing campaign.
Having an indie black comedy with a social commentary is a very unique cinematic endeavor, and director Brian Taylor’s Mom and Dad attempts to highlight the unique bond between parents and their young.
Thoroughbreds offers a foray into the romanticized and often unpredictable world of youthful rebellion, as two former best friends Lily (Anya Taylor-Joy) and Amanda (Olivia Cooke) rekindle with one another to carry out their plans to murder Lily’s stepfather.
Bloody Milk tells the story of a farmer named Pierre who does everything he can to save his herd of cows from an epidemic sweeping across Europe, even if it means breaking the law and putting himself at risk.
Two workers at a slaughterhouse—chief financial officer Endre and quality inspector Mária—discover that they have been sharing the same dream every night, with both interacting as deer meeting in a forest.
Steven Spielberg’s latest film about the partnership between The Washington Post’s Katherine ‘Kay’ Graham, the first female publisher of a major American newspaper, and editor Ben Bradlee and their race to expose a massive government cover-up in 1971.
What could have been a smart, witty and timely exploration of middle-class desire and consumerism, ideas of utopia, environmentalism and our impact on the earth, turned out to be the fatigued and dull journey of a guy finding enlightenment via the oppression of others.