Dear Evan Hansen
Dear Evan Hansen is a musical drama focusing on a high school student suffering from social anxiety disorder. His self-written therapy letter is stolen by Conner Murphy, a classmate who later commits suicide. The boy’s family misinterprets the letter as meant for Hansen, inadvertently pulling him into the situation. He becomes engrossed with Murphy’s past in an attempt to fit into it, creating endless confrontations along the way. These events become an indirect way for Hansen to learn more about himself and the affliction that he deals with on a consistent basis.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage
One year after the events of the first Venom movie, Eddie Brock is struggling to adjust to a shared life with the symbiote Venom. He manages by moonlighting as a vigilante with enhanced abilities while also trying to revive his career as an investigative journalist. One day, he interviews the infamous serial killer Cletus Kasady, not realizing that the killer is going to become obsessed with him. Another unexpected twist: The killer is also host to a symbiote named Carnage, and like his name suggests, he doesn’t care about collateral damage when he has an obsession in mind.
Mike Milo was a single-time rodeo star and mildly successful horse breeder. In 1979 Mike boldly accepted an unusual job from his old boss. He needs to find the man’s son and bring him home from Mexico. Throughout their rugged and strenuous journey through Texas, this odd pair discovers their purpose. This old horseman digs up unexpected connections and builds his sense of redemption for a life he believed was over.
No Time to Die
Years after James Bond has decided to leave his work behind and retire, he is contacted by a friend of his working in the CIA, Felix Leiter, to help him search for a scientist that has turned up missing. James Bond quickly leaves retirement after meeting up with Felix as they both find out that the missing scientist may have fallen into the arms of dangerous criminals that are looking to use emerging technology for evil.
The Mitchells vs. the Machines
Katie Mitchell’s excitement as her family accompanied her to her new school came to an abrupt end. She was accepted at a prestigious film school, her first choice and a dream come true for her. During the trip, Katie and her family found themselves in the midst of a tech uprising. Their plane ride took a disconcerting turn as a result. The family has no choice but to start on a mission that could save the entire world.
The French Dispatch
This homage to American journalism tells the tale of a Kansas-based newspaper, located in the fictional French outpost of Ennui-sur-Blase, as it attempts to release its final issue of The French Dispatch. Told in three separate storylines, it weaves between the life of an art dealer, the labor protests of May 1968, and the creator of the magazine in which the film gets its title. It is a portrait of the writer’s spirit in constant pursuit of his own voice despite the sea of content seeking ratings above all else.
The Comeback Trail
When they realize they owe a huge amount of money to the mob, two movie producers come up with a zany plot to have their top star unknowingly take part in an insurance fraud scam. However, they quickly realize that they are in way over their head. Will they be able to pay off their dirty debt or will the insurance company stop them in their tracks and put them behind bars?
The Many Saints of Newark
The Many Saints of Newark shows what life was like as a teenager for fictional mobster Tony Soprano. Set in Newark, New Jersey, it’s a time of riots and tensions between African-Americans and Italian-Americans. Intended as a prequel, The Many Saints of Newark focuses on how Tony’s uncle molds the teenager into the ruthless crime boss he later becomes. With his father away in prison, Tony is impressionable. Despite a move to the suburbs by his mother to get away from Newark’s crime, Tony abandons his now straight life for one of crime.
One Night in Miami…
Despite being declared the new Heavyweight Boxing Champion of the World by defeating Sonny Liston, Cassius Clay is forced to stay in a different area of Miami due to Jim Crow era segregation. He spends the night at the Hampton House Motel socializing with Jim Brown, Malcolm X, and Sam Cooke. The group spends the evening discussing civil rights and how to go about empowering black Americans and moving the country forward.