Tag American, comedy, 100 min, 2018
Premiere date: 05 July 2018
Following the great success of 'The Hangover', it seems that it is becoming a tradition at Warner Bros. Pictures that every year an embarassing R rated comedy must be made about adults displaying childish behaviour and making a fool of themselves. 'Tag' is part of that tradition, but fortunately has a great heart underneath the clumsy gags.
Tale of Tales British-French-Italian, fantasy, 132 min, 2015
Premiere date: 31 May 2018
Garrone’s film features three fables drawn from the Pentamerone, a 17th-century book of Neapolitan folk stories compiled by the Italian poet Giambattista Basile. It is a dream-like (or nightmarish) experience to watch this unique, flamboyant and dark adult fairy tale on the big screen.
Tehran Taboo German-Austrian, animation, 90 min, 2017
Premiere date: 08 February 2018
The first feature animation of Ali Soozandeh tells a sad tale which focuses on four young people and their lives: a prostitute who wants to divorce while her drug-addict husband is in prison, a pregnant woman who longs for a job but her husband wants her to remain a housewife, a girl desperately in need of a doctor to sew her up, and a young musician whose music is rejected by the state.
The 15:17 to Paris American, historical drama, 94 min, 2018
Premiere date: 15 March 2018
The film is based on true events: on the 21st August 2015 an armed terrorist was about to open fire on a train en route from Amsterdam to Paris. Three friends successfully foiled the attack, and it was just a matter of time for Hollywood to pounce on the story.
The Babadook Australian-Canadian, horror, 93 min, 2014
Premiere date: 01 February 2018
Amelia is a single mother raising her child alone. Her husband died years ago, on the exact day when their son Samuel was born. Seven years have passed since, but Amelia still has not recovered from the loss and the fact that Samuel is not an ordinary kid doesn't make her situation any easier.
The Beguiled 2017, American drama, 93 minutes
Premiere date: 07 September 2017
Sofia Coppola is considered to be a very autonomous director, always finding new genres to explore. She received the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for 'Lost in Translation', and directed a historical drama about Marie Antoinette. With 'Somewhere' she won the Golden Lion in Venice, then made a satirical crime film ('The Bling Ring'). At the 2017 Cannes Film Festival she was awarded Best Director for 'The Beguiled'.
The Big Sick American, romance, 120 min, 2017
Premiere date: 09 November 2017
Every year we are waiting for a witty, charming love comedy to remember and this year it seems that 'The Big Sick' will be that comedy. The story is about Kumail, a young man who works as an Uber driver during the night but during the day he does everything to realize his dream and become a successful stand-up comedian. In the most unexpected moment love crosses his way...
The Bookshop British, drama, 113 min, 2017
Premiere date: 30 August 2018
In a picturesque small town near the sea in 1959, England, a strange woman, Florence wants to open a bookshop, but the local artistocrats don't like the idea, and soon the young widow has to learn how to fight for her dream in a hostile environment where the only ally she has is a grumpy and reclusive man who is just as stubborn as she is.
The Commuter American-British-French, crime, 104 min, 2018
Premiere date: 11 January 2018
Liam Neeson and his complice in most thrillers, director Jaume Collet-Serra, well they evidently have a bunch of dramatic crime stories at their fingertips and they make movies together as a daily routine. The problem is, this routine seems to tire slowly.
The Dark Tower 2017, American fantasy, 90 minutes
Premiere date: 03 August 2017
Roland Deschain is a lonely western hero and he is looking for the Dark Tower which is the center of all existing and possibly existing worlds. The scene is post-apocalyptic and he has to overcome the Evil force. Their struggle is taking place in New-York and milliards of human lives are at stake.
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