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Evelyn Salt is about to leave the CIA building after a hard day of work when a man turns himself in as a Russian spy. As Evelyn is an interrogation expert, she’s prepared to have a short talk with the man in order to determine if he’s a potential treat or not. The man claims that the Russian President, who will be present at the funeral of the recently deceased U.S. Vice President, will be assassinated by a Russian agent during his stay in the United States. So far, nothing exceptional since the CIA gets this kind of treats every day. But when Evelyn asks him if he knows the name of the killer, the man comes with a very interesting answer: “The name of the agent is Evelyn Salt.”
“Salt” (2010) was directed by Philip Noyce.
Solomon Northup is a free man living with his lovely wife and two children during the pre-Civil War period in the United States. As a brilliant violin player, he’s a well respected man in the upper class. But when Solomon gets caught in slavery by mistake, he’s forced to leave his comfortable life behind to work for a cruel plantation owner. Without any identity papers, he and the other slaves undergo humiliations and whiplashes from their owner. But Solomon never loses faith and believes that he will be saved some day from this hell and God will punish those who where involved in the sin of slavery.
"12 Years a Slave" (2013) was directed by Steve McQueen and won the 2014 Academy Award for Best Motion Picture of the Year.
While Steve is trying to adapt himself to the current society, a new threat is infiltrating S.H.I.E.L.D. unnoticed. Hydra is an organization whom’s creation goes back to the period of Nazi Germany. Like a parasite, it has been trying to take over S.H.I.E.L.D. in order to obtain absolute world domination. When Nick Fury survives an attempted murder, Captain America has to find out what’s going on and bring down the people who are responsible for this assault. Together with Black Widow and Falcon, he’s confronted with a ghost story which appears to be real after all: the Winter Soldier.
"Captain America" (2014) was directed by Anthony and Joe Russo.
When Walter sneaks into Kermit’s old office during a visit to the Muppet Theatre in LA, he hears about the imminent end of the theatre. Under the theatre, there’s an oil field and Tex Richman wants to bring everything down which would put an end to the Muppet story. To save the theatre, 10 million dollars is needed within 48 hours. Walter and his friends Gary & Mary decide to find Kermit the Frog and the other Muppets to organize one more show in order to save the future of their theatre.
"The Muppets" (2011) was directed by James Bobin.
When Pi and his family are forced by the government to close their zoo, father Patel decides to go to North America by ship. Once there, they will sell their animals and start up a new life. But when the ship is caught in a storm, it’s drawn to the bottom of the ocean together with Pi’s family. Luckily, Pi manages to save himself and a few animals. But one of those animals, isn’t really what you’d like to be on a small life boat with: a Bengal tiger.
“Life of Pi" (2012) was directed by Ang Lee.
Ariel is a princess mermaid, desperate to become human and live on the land to find her perfect lover. When a ship gets caught in a storm, the little mermaid is there to save the handsome captain of the ship, Eric. Ariel is determined to find her happiness above the depths of the sea and she finds the solution in the evil plans of the sea-witch Ursula. Ursula has the powers to offer Ariel a fresh pair of legs for three days. The price for this opportunity is Ariel’s voice. If she doesn’t get a kiss of true love within those three days, Ariel will loose her legs and her voice forever. Will Ariel succeed and convince the prince that she is the one he’s been looking for?
“The Little Mermaid" (1989) was directed by Ron Clements & John Musker.
A long-lasting rivalry between two NYC gangs is about to come to an end. But not before a final rumble will decide who gets control of the streets. When a former Jets member named Tony falls in love with Maria, sister of the Puerto Rican leader of the Sharks, things get even more intense and personal. But in order to make their love story possible, the lovers want to stop the fight and bring an end to this ridiculous situation. Unfortunately, the fight does happen and when members are killed on each side, Tony and Maria need to find a way to get out…
“West Side Story" (1961) was directed by Jerome Robbins & Robert Wise and won the 1962 Academy Award for Best Picture.
Clown fish Marlin and his son Nemo live in the beautiful underwater paradise of the Great Barrier Reef. Nemo being the only child Marlin has, he is overprotected but this makes him very curious. One day, he spots a boat and before he realizes, the little fish is captured by a diver and brought to an aquarium from a dentist in Sydney. His father Marlin is determined to find his son and departs on a long and adventurous journey where he meets all kinds of strange creatures of the sea. In the meanwhile, Nemo and his aquarium friends try to find a creative way to escape.
“Finding Nemo" (2003) was directed by Andrew Stanton & Lee Unkrich and won the 2004 Academy Award for Best Animated Feature.
When a villain called Vector manages to steal one of the pyramids in Egypt, Gru is determined to do an even bigger theft: the moon. For this, he needs a shrink gun and a rocket. The rocket is no problem as he has an army of minions working in a secret laboratory underneath his house but the gun is in the hands of Vector. Gru has this brilliant idea of taking 3 orphan girls in his house who will help him to obtain the gun. But when the plan finally works out, Gru becomes attached to his three little girls and becomes what no one had ever expected: a dad.
“Despicable Me" (2010) was directed by Pierre Coffin and Chris Renaud.
In “The Wolf of Wall Street" (2013) we follow the rise and fall of Jordan Belfort, an ambitious but sex and drugs addicted penny stockbroker. When he discovers a way to earn a huge amount of money on the detriment of ignorant investors, Jordan fills up his pockets as much as possible. But therefor he’s not afraid to break the law once and a while. Fraud, bribery and money laundering are just a few of the accusations he’s confronted with when he finally ends up in jail.
Directed by Martin Scorsese.