A former Interior Security Forces General of 80 years old, and a former Army doctor of 84, go every day to the same coffee shop, to sip quietly their espresso, and to make crossword puzzles, to avoid loss of memory, Alzheimer's disease.
As Hicham Haddad goes to jail under false accusations, he's in fear of losing his top hit lebanese talk show. When he discovers that his bestfriend and cohost Jad bou Karam backstabbed him ... See full summary »
Increased level of fear, six colliding stories, one roller coaster ride of emotions and terror. What would you do if you caught your significant other in the act or was face to face with ... See full summary »
Detectives Ken Boyd (Andrew Legatt), Francis Gunner (Andrew Ringate), Jeff Fletcher (Carter Luedtke), Harold Hill (Elijah O'Sullivan) and Michael Elkins (Daniel Mayerchak) try and solve the... See full summary »
Mr. Hollis is Bert's uncle and businessman. Mr. Hollis is unhappy with the fact that an elephant rivals his nephew, but he asks the jungle doctor for help. For Dr. Jumbo he writes a cursed ... See full summary »
The middle school scenes were shot at the now-defunct Patrick Henry High School in Stockbridge, Georgia. This is the same location used for both Hawkins Middle and Hawkins High Schools in seasons 1 and 2 of Stranger Things (2016). See more »
Mom, who am I?
You are a *gift*. I know it's been difficult for you lately, that you feel different from other kids. You *are* different. After your dad and I got married, we prayed for a baby for so long. One night, someone listened.
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The UK version is cut in two scenes to reduce strong gory images in order to obtain a '15' rating. See more »
I was waiting for this movie after seeing the very interesting trailers for it a few months ago. I was hoping for something new and fresh in an area flooded with do-gooders and the upright. Thankfully this movie delivers on this and more. The premise of this film is not one we have seen before in the "superhero" genre. What would the world do if a super-powered life form came to Earth and realized that we were all just insects to it? It starts out very "Clark Kent" like with the couple who have no children happening upon a child falling from the heavens. The parents see this as a blessing. As if the universe heard their cries for a child and answered them. Soon though, this Smallville scene takes a turn towards absolute terror. This "child" isn't what he seems to be. He isn't a boy, or a human. He's something altogether different. I was very pleased at the difference in the normal storytelling we see from Hollywood. Very entertaining and very interesting.
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