A five-year-old Indian boy gets lost on the streets of Calcutta, thousands of kilometers from home. He survives many challenges before being adopted by a couple in Australia; 25 years later, he sets out to find his lost family.
The story of Ray Kroc, a salesman who turned two brothers' innovative fast food eatery, McDonald's, into one of the biggest restaurant businesses in the world with a combination of ambition, persistence, and ruthlessness.
John Lee Hancock
John Carroll Lynch
When three girls are kidnapped by a man with 24 different personalities they have work out which of those personalities will help them escape and which of those personalities will will try to stop them. James McAvoy produces a master class performence playing the psychotic kidnapper and 24 roles. Written by
Reminiscent of a time when M. Night Shyamalan was on top of the world comes Spilt, a film that's a great combo of dark, disrupted and humorous.
James McAvoy plays a man with 23 personalities, but the movie only has room for 4 of the darkest personalizes that kidnap three teenage girls to implement a plan to lore in a new personality that will put them all on a new level.
I wish I could say more, but it's one of theses situations where you don't have to be a huge fan of M. Night Shyamalan just remember when his movies were top notch (You know before his head got too swollen with the village) In order to be real excited about the overall plot, an overall concept that's catered to Shyamalan's universe.
But even without his well known twist, Split was a stunning movie that relied on the power of McAvoy's great acting. Well worth seeing just to watch him go back and forth between these people.
It's a well trigger exciting moment at the movies.
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