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Driss is a young African man living in the suburbs of Paris. He’s unemployed and in order to get an unemployment benefit, Driss needs to prove he’s doing interviews to get a job. So, one day he’s having an interview in a beautiful mansion in Paris where the owner of the house, Philippe, is disabled from neck to toes and searching for a care-taker. Driss only wants a signature but Philippe decides to give Driss a chance. And although the first days don’t happen very smoothly, Driss easily manages to blow a new wind through the house…
“Untouchable" (2011) was directed by Olivier Nakache and Eric Toledano.
An alignment of the Nine Realms is nearing and Malekith, leader of the Dark Elves and an old enemy of Asgard, is coming back to life. After capturing the Aether, a mysterious liquid which contains only evil and darkness, he heads towards planet earth to destroy the universe and put everything in a long-lasting darkness. But of course, Thor is not willing to give way to Malekith and his forces. Together with his girlfriend and scientist Jane Foster, he descends to London for the final battle…
“Thor: the Dark World" (2013) was directed by Alan Taylor (The Sopranos, Mad Men, Game of Thrones)
“There was a time when I could’ve had you shot.”
“In the heat of the night" (1967) was directed by Norman Jewison and won the 1968 Academy Award for Best Picture.
Dusty is a small cropduster plane and dreams of being an air racer. Unfortunately, he has a fear for heights but with the enthusiastic support of his friends and the experienced war veteran Skipper, Dusty is getting ready for the qualifying races of the Wings Across the World race. There, he flies the 6th time which is just not good enough to participate in the final race. But when a qualified racer appears to have cheated, Dusty gets his chance to become a real air racer.
“Planes" (2013) was directed by Klay Hall.
Scarlett O’Hara is the daughter of a plantation owner and reaches the age where women need to start looking for a decent husband. But in the aristocratic America of the 19th century, it isn’t easy. Moreover, Scarlett’s eye falls on the charming Ashley Wilkes, but he’s already taken by Scarlett’s cousin, Melanie. In the shadow of the Civil War, Scarlett perseveres to win Ashley’s heart despite the fact she has to leave her home because of the war. Her declaration of love staying unanswered and with empty pockets, Scarlett returns home after the war and brings new life to the plantation industry of Tara. But all this time, there’s one man who kept returning in her life: Rhett Butler. Can he change Scarlett’s mind and win her heart?
“Gone with the Wind" (1939) was directed by Victor Fleming (Treasure Island, The Wizard of Oz) and won the 1940 “Best Picture” Academy Award.
The Dover and Birch family experience something terrible on Thanksgiving: both their daughters are kidnapped. The only lead they have, is a mobil home that was parked on the street earlier that day. The vehicle is found and its driver, a confused young man with the IQ of a 10-year old, is believed to be the kidnapper. But after interrogating him and a 2 day detention, the police has no reasons to keep him in prison. This is when Keller Dover, one of the fathers, is taking matters into his own hands. He captures the liberated driver and locks him up in a desolated building where he can use his own methods to make the driver speak. But how far is he prepared to go to find his daughter? And how long before detective Loki, the agent who’s leading the investigation, finds out about this?
“Prisoners" (2013) is directed by Denis Villeneuve.
After becoming a lawyer, John Reid returns home to visit his brother Dan. At the same time, Butch Cavendish, a notorious villain, escapes and Dan, being a Texas Ranger, needs to chase Butch and bring him to justice. John decides to join him but unfortunately, both men get shot in an ambush. Unlike Dan, John survives with the help of a solitary indian called Tonto. Together they want to capture the man responsible for his brothers death. Is it Butch or is there a greater power involved?
“The Lone Ranger" (2013) was directed by Gore Verbinski (Pirates of the Caribbean, Rango, The Mexican).
D’Leh, a young mammoth hunter, departs on an epic journey to the end of the world to save the woman he loves. She was captured by cruel “devils with four legs” and to rescue her, he has to cross mighty jungles with carnivorous birds, dry deserts as far the eye can see and bone cold mountains. But along his way, D’Leh and his fellow warriors meet all kinds of unknown tribes who are willing to stand beside him during his dangerous quest.
“10.000 BC" (2008) was directed by Roland Emmerich (Independance Day, The Patriot, The Day After Tomorrow).
Mike and Sulley meet each other for the first time at the Monster’s University. Sulley is a born scarer from a scarer family, while Mike has to develop his talent with a lot of practice. But both teenagers don’t manage to enter the scare program. They even get kicked out of school. But there’s one last chance: win the Scare Games together with the nerdy monsters of the Oozma Kappa club.
“Monster’s University" (2013) was directed by Dan Scanlon.
Vicky and Christina, two American girls, travel to Barcelona to spend their summer holidays. Soon, they meet Juan Antonio, a charming casanova with a turbulent love life. Both women fall for his Spanish looks and his funny accent but as Vicky is about to marry, Christina is the lucky girl. But when Juan’s ex-wife pops up again and Vicky’s feelings won’t pass, things get a bit complicated.
“Vicky Christina Barcelona" (2008) was directed by Woody Allen (Manhattan, Annie Hall).