Category Drama

After

The young Tessa Young (Josephine Langford) is in her first year at the university. Accustomed to a stable and orderly life, her world changes when she meets Hardin Scott (Hero Fiennes Tiffin), a mysterious young man from the dark past. From the first moment they hate each other, because they belong to two different worlds and are completely opposed. However, these two opposite poles will soon join and nothing will ever be the same again. Tessa and Hardin will have to face difficult tests to be together...

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The Silence

While it’s not fair to compare a movie to another, the parallels between “Silence” and “A Quiet Place” are too prominent to be ignored. Not only does this adaptation of John Lebbons’ novel of 2015 also about deadly creatures with a better hearing, but presents a deaf girl and her father tries to survive...

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The Haunting of Sharon Tate

“The Haunting of Sharon Tate” can be the first serious drama “Manson,” which is a pure, unaltered case of exploitation. The movie has nothing fascinating to add to the Manson dialogue that some of us have been holding for decades. Do not get close to events, on the contrary, they’re getting away from them...

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Lords of Chaos

At first, Lords of Chaos seems to be a black comedy, but a black metal musician joins Mayhem by sending a rat crucified through the post. But then he becomes seriously deadly. This is a story of depression and also denied or destroyed sexuality...

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At Eternity’s Gate

The Dutch post-impressionist painter, Van Gogh, moved to France in 1886. Specifically, to Arles and Auvers-sur-Oise, where he lived for a while getting to know members of the avant-garde including Paul Gauguin...

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The Highwaymen

Legendary lawmaker Frank Hamer and Manny Gault, two former Rangers at the time Bonnie & Clyde began his reign of theft, are commissioned as special investigators, convinced by a consortium of banks to put together a group and end the theft of the well-known duo He killed 13 policemen and others...

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A Vigilante

The plot follows Sadie, a battered woman who seeks to free other women who suffer abuse by chasing their partners to kill them and make them completely free...

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Long Lost

When Seth (Weppler) receives a letter from Richard’s (Tucci) brother, long lost, he decides to meet him for the first time. He hopes to spend some nights in Richard’s gigantic mansion to meet him and his enigmatic girlfriend (Corcoran)...

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The Dirt

Dirt introduces the audience to Mötley Crüe members before they meet and created their now famous band. The film sinks into Nikki Sixx’s (Douglas Booth) childhood, watching him until he eventually arrives at the West Hollywood musical scene. There, he meets Tommy Lee (Colson Baker aka Machine Gun Kelly) and they decide to form a band. I meet Mick Mars (Iwan Rheon) and, for their final play, Tommy suggests a former high school colleague, Vince Neil. The band gains notoriety on the local stage, attracting the attention of director Tom Zutaut (Pete Davidson). However, the band suffers dark days in which Vince makes a drunk car accident and Nikki becomes heroin addicted...

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Did I Kill My Mother?

Although there is no evidence to suggest that the movie was based in real life, the plot of his seems to be plausible enough to be terrifying: “a year after the murder of unfounded and suspicious of his father’s, the mother of a young man is found dead in the house in which they live...

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