Young Lucas lives with his religious aunt in a quiet country town. But this little agitated life is with the days counted when the charitable aunt announces the arrival of another nephew Mario, just out of jail.
A young woman is targeted by a network of online creeps, and secretly filmed while she stays at a short-term rental. Her every move is captured online, and when her brother begins to ... See full summary »
Matt and Kate buy an isolated house. While moving, they discover a strange room that grants them an unlimited number of material wishes. But, since Kate has had two miscarriages, what they miss the most is a child.
After being sent to a youth detention centre, 18-year-old Andrej has to fight for his place within the group of inmates while getting closer to Zeljko, their informal leader, and struggling to keep his repressed secret in the dark.
An "un-biopic" of the young Hilary Rodham set in 1969, during the unverifiable weeks her autobiography has her working at an Alaskan salmon cannery. A parable about America, political narratives, and the absence of free will.
Obviously low budget, this is still a fascinating film that isn't loaded with action, but is well written enough to draw you in and keep it interesting as you wonder where the story is taking you. Another film about life-like artificial intelligence and human-like robots, Steven Strait is fantastic as Henry, a very handsome and well built machine, but the performances from his fellow actors are a bit uneven. Uneven too, are some of the twists in the plot, the movie can play it rather tame for 2019, but there are times when this movie very much soars and all of those scenes revolve around Henry. I found some of the twists a bit disappointing and by the end I think the film takes a dive and kind of cops out but overall it's a must watch if you liked Ex-Machina or A.I.
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