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Colette

Colette

A Bio Pic of French Novelist Colette, who overcomes an abusive marriage to emerge as a leader writer in her country and a candidate for the Noble Prize in literature

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Doom

Doom

Space Marines are sent to investigate strange events at a research facility on a distant planet but find themselves at the mercy of genetically enhanced killing machines.

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Kill Your Friends

Kill Your Friends

Kill Your Friends is set in the 1990s and centers on a 27-year-old A&R man slashing and burning his way through London's music industry. Based on the cult novel by John Niven.

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Love Is Thicker Than Water

Love Is Thicker Than Water

Vida and Arthur come from very different backgrounds. Arthur comes from a working class family in Wales, whereas Vida comes from a wealthy Jewish family in London. Despite their differences, they're passionately in love with each other. They try to bring their vastly different families together during a fake engagement party, but it's a complete disaster. The rift between their families begins to creep into their relationship, and eventually tragedy drives them apart. Can they ...

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Marie Antoinette

Marie Antoinette

Written and directed by Academy Award winner Sofia Coppola (2003, Best Writing, Lost In Translation), Marie Antoinette is an electrifying yet intimate re-telling of the turbulent life of history's favorite villainess. Kirsten Dunst portrays the ill-fated child princess who married France's young and indifferent King Louis XVI (Jason Schwartzman). Feeling isolated in a royal court rife with scandal and intrigue, Marie Antoinette defied both royalty and commoner by living like a rock star, which served ...

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Me and Orson Welles

Me and Orson Welles

High-schooler Richard Samuels lucks into a role in a daring Broadway production of Julius Caesar. Cues, staging, rehearsals, romance, rivalries: he has a lot to learn. And the first thing to learn is never upstage Mercury Theatre's genius director, 22-year-old Orson Welles. Zac Efron wins hearts and applause as Richard, the Me of this celebratory curtain call for when dreams - and the theater - were big. Christian McKay offers an uncanny Welles, the imposing, ...

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