Category Thriller

Dolittle

After the death of his wife seven years ago, Dr. John Dolittle lives locked in his mansion with a group of exotic animals with whom he can talk. However, when the young Queen Victoria falls ill, she is chosen to find the cure that is hidden in a remote island on the other side of the world. Along the way he will recover his courage and sense of humor while confronting old enemies and discover incredible creatures. He will be accompanied by his assistant and hairy travel companions. Director and Oscar-winning screenwriter Stephen Gaghan (Gold, the great scam) and Academy Award nominee Robert Downey Jr., as the protagonist and producer, lead this new version of the well-known character created by Hugh Lofting. In his first film appearance after the epic farewell to the Marvel universe in Avengers: Endgame, Downey Jr. becomes the mythical doctor and veterinarian capable of talking with animals on an adventure that, unlike family comedies starring Eddie Murphy, It takes place in the Victorian era. In this way, The Adventures of Dr. Dolittle celebrates the centenary of this classic children’s literature with a film full of action, dangers and humor suitable for all audiences...

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The Call of the Wild

1890. Buck is a big-hearted dog that has become accustomed to the good life. One day he is ripped from his home in California and sent to Yukon, in the extreme north of Canada, during the gold rush. There he will spend in record time of being the most rookie of those who pull the sled that delivers the mail, the leader of the pack. When he meets the human John Thornton, he will join him in an extraordinary adventure through unexplored territory where he will learn to mature and find his place in the world. The legendary Jack London novel, written in 1903 and brought to the big and small screen in countless occasions, is updated for new generations in this film directed by the three Oscars nominee Chris Sanders (How to train your dragon), in his first foray into real action cinema. On this occasion, the protagonist of this fantastic adventure through fierce and unexplored territory in the years of the gold rush is a digital dog, generated with the latest photorealistic animation techniques, which will mature based on terrible experiences and find its place in the world next to a lonely explorer...

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Tenet

Although the plot is still a mystery, Tenet is an epic action film set in the world of international espionage, time travel and evolution...

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The Woman in the Window

An agoraphobic woman who lives alone in New York begins to spy on her new neighbors, until she witnesses a terrible act of violence...

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The Invisible Man

Although everything indicates that Cecilia’s ex-abusive husband has committed suicide and left her fortune, she suspects that everything is a farce...

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Birds of Prey

After breaking up with the Joker, Harley Quinn joins the heroes Black Canary, Huntress and Renee Montoya to save a girl from an evil lord of crime...

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Underwater

Kristen Stewart leads the crew of underwater facilities that, after an accident, get trapped at the bottom of the sea...

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The Grudge

Peter Spencer is the real estate agent who is responsible for selling the house on Reyburn Street where some truculent murders occurred. The strange experience that lives there leads him to contact Detective Muldoon, who will help solve the long chain of horrors that surrounds this macabre place, and that seems to proceed from Japan. However, they will soon discover that they themselves have been infected with this curse that leaves behind an insatiable thirst for violence and revenge. More than 15 years after bringing the Japanese horror classic to The Curse to Hollywood, producer and director Sam Raimi sponsors a new remake of the one in The Curse. Nicolas Pesce (Piercing), one of the emerging talents of the genre, puts himself at the helm of this production that directly connects with the trilogy of the first decade of the 2000s, but at the same time offers a revolutionary new point of view. In this way, the scares and disturbing atmosphere characteristic of the saga are once again the strengths of a film that plays with different timelines to form a gloomy puzzle that the viewer must solve with its protagonists: a real estate agent and a detective who they will end up wrapped in this spiral of vindictive spirits and unexplained deaths. John Cho (Searching) and Andrea Riseborough (Mandy) lead the distribution of this film with greater doses of blood and violence than their predecessors. The cast completes the Oscar nominees Jacki Weaver (Better than ever) and Demián Bichir (The Nun), as well as the terror diva Lin Shaye (Insidious...

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Official Secrets

2003. Katharine is a translator of the British government that receives an email from the US authorities with guidelines to spy on UN members and, thus, force a resolution that will allow them to invade Iraq. Determined to avoid an illegal war, Katharine filters the mail to the press. After being discovered, they stop her and accuse her of violating the Law of Official Secrets. From that moment, he will start a legal battle in which his life, his freedom and his marriage will be at stake. Become an expert when it comes to addressing the most controversial aspects of international politics in stories of tension and suspense typical of thriller, Gavin Hood (Spies from the sky) directs a thrilling film based on real events. State Secrets tells the case of Katharine Gun, a British intelligence translator who received a document from the Bush administration urging the UK government to spy on the non-permanent members of the UN Security Council and, in that way, force a resolution that would give the green light to the invasion of Iraq. The story of this woman, who was accused of violating the Law of Official Secrets for leaking this information to the press and trying to avoid war, becomes a film about the integrity of a person against cynicism and the tejemanejes of the institutions where Elements of espionage cinema, journalistic research or judicial drama are combined...

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Ad Astra

The Earth undergoes a series of cataclysms caused by radioactive explosions. Everything indicates that the cause may be related to a ship that was sent to Neptune in search of extraterrestrial life and that disappeared almost twenty years ago. One of those crew members was Roy’s father, an astronaut who has not yet overcome that loss and will be sent on a dangerous mission through the stars to discover the truth behind a threat that endangers all humanity. The novel The Heart of Darkness, by Joseph Conrad; his apocryphal adaptation to the cinema (Apocalypse Now) and the disturbing reflections of the Nobel Prize in physics Enrico Fermi served James Gray (Z, the lost city) to bring this space epic to life. One of the recurring themes in his filmography, paternal filial relations, acquires a capital importance in this transformative journey through the stars where a son, still traumatized by the loss of his father years ago, is willing to cross the galaxy with such to rescue him. Hidden secrets, action, moments of intimacy or existential reflections coexist in Ad Astra, a film that, unlike other exponents of the genre, poses a future in which humanity discovers that it is alone in the universe. Brad Pitt (Once upon a time in Hollywood) confirms his return to the elite with this film, applauded at the Venice Film Festival, which stands out for its impressive visual section and the proven scientific base provided by NASA and other space agencies...

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