"Hotel" Grand Budapest ""
(The Grand Budapest Hotel)
Producer: Wes Anderson
Cast: Ralph Fiennes, Tony Revolori, Tilda Swinton,
Adrien Brody, Jude Law, Willem Dafoe, Saoirse Ronan, Edward Norton,
Bill Murray, Harvey Keitel, Jason Schwartzman, Lea Seydoux, Tom Wilkinson
The author of The Tenenbaum Family and The Kingdom of the Full Moon took off an army of stunning actors in small, but very colorful roles. This is a black but good-natured and charming comedy about the adventures of a concierge and a corridor luxury hotel in Eastern Europe in the thirties of the last century.
PRODUCER: Darren Aronofsky
CAST: Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Emma Watson,
Anthony Hopkins, Logan Lerman
The director of "Black Swan" and "Requiem for a Dream" filmed the biblical story of the righteous Noah with Russell Crowe in the title role. At the direction of the Lord, Noah built an unsinkable ark on which he saved his family and many animals from the Flood. This is not the first time that a well-known biblical plot fell into the hands of a specialist in heartbreaking dramas (in general, who else should I give them to?): Ten years ago Mel Gibson released The Passion of Christ. The story of the crucifixion of Jesus then collected more than six hundred million dollars at the box office with a budget of thirty. Later this year, another biblical film adaptation is released - The Exodus by Ridley Scott with Christian Bale as Moses.
PRODUCER: Jaume Collette Serra
CAST: Liam Neeson, Julianne Moore, Michelle Dockery,
Liam Neeson continues the win-win series of fighters in the role of a stern but slightly twitchy 50-year-old man with an intelligent face and iron fists. In the story, his hero, an air marshal, while aboard a flying airplane, receives a message from an unknown person. He demands $ 150 million, promising otherwise to kill a passenger every twenty minutes. The director three years ago already shot Neeson in "Unknown." On board, in addition to Liam, Julianne Moore, who has just received an Oscar, Lupita Niongo and several other familiar faces.
"Need for Speed: Thirst for Speed"
(Need for Speed)
PRODUCER: Scott Waugh
CAST: Aaron Paul, Dominic Cooper, Kid Cadi,
Imogen Poots, Michael Keaton
The star of the recently ended series "Breaking Bad" Aaron Paul starred in the film adaptation of the computer game Need for Speed. He played a gifted street racer and mechanic who goes to jail on false charges, and freed, he goes to avenge the death of a friend. To do this, he needs to take part in a dangerous and illegal super race.
PRODUCER: Ari Volman
CAST: Robin Wright, Paul Jamatti, John Hamm,
Robin Wright as herself in the futuristic fantasy drama of an Israeli director. So, the actress Robin Wright, who left her young years behind, is still popular, but so unbearable that no one wants to work with her. Studio bosses offer her a deal: Robin for a good amount will give them the right to use her virtual copy in new paintings. As a result, we get a half-film-half-cartoon in which Robin Wright - live and painted - flies on a bomb, participates in bed scenes and loses her mind.
PRODUCER: James gray
CAST: Marion Cotillard, Joaquin Phoenix, Jeremy Renner
Behind the Russian name, which is more suitable for the central television series for senile old women, is a ruthless historical drama with a star cast. Marion Cotillard plays a Polish immigrant in New York in the twenties of the last century. She really needs money for the treatment of her sister, and thanks to the good stranger, she finds a suitable job for this - a dancer in a club and part-time prostitute. There she falls in love with a magician, a cousin of her benefactor, and he seems to want to help her too. Director James Gray previously shot Joaquin Phoenix in "Lovers", "Yards" and "Masters of the Night." All of them, like Fatal Passion, were nominated for the main prize of Cannes, but did not achieve success.
"The beauty and the Beast"
(La Belle et la Bete)
PRODUCER: Christoph Hans
CAST: Lea Seydoux, Vincent Cassel,
Andre Dussolier, Eduardo Noriega
A film adaptation of a classic fairy tale about a scarlet flower, this time directed by The Brotherhood of the Wolf and Silent Hill, with Leia Seydoux and Vincent Cassel in the roles of the beauty and the brutalized prince, respectively. A considerable sum of 35 million euros for French cinema was spent on the creation of all sorts of miracles and fairy-tale creatures - from giants to touching unknown little animals.
"The Last Love of Mr. Morgan"
(Mr. Morgan's last love)
PRODUCER: Sandra Nettelbek
CAST: Michael Kane, Clemence Poesy, Gillian Anderson,
Justin Kirk, Jane Alexander
Sir Michael Kane now and then appears in very visible films, but mainly in supporting roles. You can see the leading role of 80-year-old Kane in the romantic drama "The Last Love of Mr. Morgan" about a widower charmed by a young cha-cha-cha teacher against the backdrop of Paris. This is a film adaptation of the novel “Sweet Killer” by Francoise Dorner, where, instead of Kane, the main character was made an American instead of a Frenchman.