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Geronimo: An American Legend
Geronimo: An American Legend

Director: Walter Hill
Cast:
Wes Studi
Wes Studi
Gene Hackman
Gene Hackman
Jason Patric
Jason Patric
The film loosely follows the events leading up to the surrender of Geronimo in 1886. The Apache Indians have reluctantly agreed to settle on a U.S. government approved reservation. Not all the Apaches are able to adapt to the life of corn farmers, and one in particular, Geronimo, is restless. Pushed over the edge by broken promises and unnecessary actions by the government, Geronimo and 30 other warriors form an attack team which humiliates the government by evading capture, while reclaiming what is rightfully theirs. The plot centers upon Charles Gatewood, the U.S. cavalry lieutenant charged with capturing the elusive Apache leader with the assistance of a scout leader, Al Sieber, ...
School Ties
School Ties

Director: Robert Mandel
Cast:
Brendan Fraser
Brendan Fraser
Amy Locane
Amy Locane
Andrew Lowery
Andrew Lowery
In the Autumn of 1955, working-class Jewish teenager David Greene, from Scranton, Pennsylvania, receives a football scholarship to an exclusive Massachusetts prep school for his senior year due to his grades and ability to play football. Upon arrival, he meets his teammates Rip Van Kelt, Charlie Dillon, Jack Connors, and his roommate Chris Reece, the most well known and popular students who are from well-to-do families, and learns of the school’s cherished honor code system. Soon learning that his new friends are antisemites, he suppresses his background. David becomes the team hero and attracts beautiful débutante Sally Wheeler, whom Dillon ...
6.9
Mystic Pizza
Mystic Pizza

Director: Donald Petrie
Cast:
Annabeth Gish
Annabeth Gish
Adam Storke
Adam Storke
Conchata Ferrell
Conchata Ferrell
Sisters Kat and Daisy Araújo and their friend Jojo Barbosa are Portuguese-American teenage girls working as waitresses at Mystic Pizza, a pizza parlor owned by Leona in the fishing town of Mystic, Connecticut. Kat and Daisy are total opposites. Kat, the younger sister, is an aspiring astronomer working at the planetarium in the Whaling Museum of the Mystic Seaport, and Yale University accepted her on a partial scholarship. Kat works at the restaurant and as a babysitter to raise money for school. Daisy’s goal is to have as much fun as possible. Their mother is pleased with Kat, while often questioning Daisy’s life choices. Daisy meets ...
6.3
Movies
Suburbicon
Suburbicon

Director: George Clooney
Cast:
Matt Damon
Matt Damon
Alex Hassell
Alex Hassell
Gary Basaraba
Gary Basaraba
In 1959, the peaceful, all-white neighborhood of Suburbicon is shaken by the arrival of the African-American Mayers family. Gardner Lodge, a seemingly mild-mannered family man, lives in Suburbicon with his paraplegic wife, Rose, and their son, Nicky. One night when Rose’s identical twin sister, Margaret, is staying over, two robbers, Sloan and Louis, break into his house, tie the whole family up, and knock them out with chloroform. Rose receives an overdose and never regains consciousness. After the funeral, Margaret moves in to help take care of Nicky and soon begins to transform herself into Rose, dyeing her hair blonde and having sex with Gardner.
5.7
The Midnight Sky
The Midnight Sky

Director: George Clooney
Cast:
George Clooney
George Clooney
Caoilinn Springall
Caoilinn Springall
David Oyelowo
David Oyelowo
Augustine Lofthouse, a reclusive academic, has devoted his life to finding habitable planets where humanity can expand. In the present day, he meets Jean Sullivan after giving a presentation at a gala and the two form a romantic relationship. After a pregnancy scare, Sullivan leaves him because of his obsession with work and his inability to bond with other human beings. Several years later, when Lofthouse encounters her again, she tells him they have a daughter, whom he chooses not to meet. Thirty years later, in 2049, an unspecified disaster has wiped out most of the Earth’s population and left the surface contaminated with ionizing ...
TV Shows
Catch-22
Catch-22

Director: David Michôd
Cast:
Christopher Abbott
Christopher Abbott
Austin Stowell
Austin Stowell
Daniel David Stewart
Daniel David Stewart
John Yossarian is a United States Army Air Forces bombardier in World War II, furious that thousands of people are trying to kill him and that his own army keeps increasing the number of missions he must fly. He is trapped by the bureaucratic rule Catch-22, which considers a willingness to fly dangerous combat missions to be insane, yet a request to be relieved of duty on the grounds of insanity to be the process of a rational mind, so any such request must be denied. He chose bombardier hoping the war would finish before his lengthy training but now sits exposed in the nose of a B-25 dropping bombs on strangers who are trying to kill him, unless he ...
7.8
Money Monster
Money Monster

Director: Jodie Foster
Cast:
George Clooney
George Clooney
Caitriona Balfe
Caitriona Balfe
Christopher Denham
Christopher Denham
Flamboyant television financial expert Lee Gates is in the midst of the latest edition of his show, Money Monster. Less than 24 hours earlier, IBIS Clear Capital’s stock inexplicably cratered, apparently due to a glitch in a trading algorithm, costing investors $800 million. Lee planned to have IBIS CEO Walt Camby appear for an interview about the crash, but Camby unexpectedly left for a business trip to Geneva, Switzerland. Midway through the show, a deliveryman wanders onto the set, pulls a gun and takes Lee hostage, forcing him to put on a vest laden with explosives. The man reveals that his name is Kyle Budwell, who invested $60,000—his entire life savings—in IBIS after Lee ...
Hail, Caesar!
Hail, Caesar!

Director: Ethan Coen
Cast:
Josh Brolin
Josh Brolin
Alden Ehrenreich
Alden Ehrenreich
Channing Tatum
Channing Tatum
In 1951 Hollywood, Eddie Mannix is head of physical production at Capitol Pictures. His duties as the studio “fixer” find him corralling its scandalous stars, fending off twin gossip columnists Thora and Thessaly Thacker, and weighing a generous job offer from the Lockheed Corporation. When unmarried synchronized swimming actress DeeAnna Moran becomes pregnant, Mannix arranges for her to place the baby in foster care then discreetly adopt it, preserving her image. Baird Whitlock, the dim-witted star of the studio’s major production Hail, Caesar! A Tale of the Christ, is drugged and abducted. He awakens at a meeting of The Future, a ...
6.3
Tomorrowland
Tomorrowland

Director: Brad Bird
Cast:
George Clooney
George Clooney
Britt Robertson
Britt Robertson
Hugh Laurie
Hugh Laurie
In 1964, a young boy named Frank Walker attends the 1964 New York World’s Fair to sell his prototype jet pack, but is rejected as it does not work. Frank is approached by a young girl, Athena, who hands him an orange lapel pin with a blue “T” embossed on it, telling him to follow her onto Walt Disney’s “It’s a Small World” attraction at the Fair’s Pepsi-Cola Pavilion. Frank obeys and sneaks onto the ride, where the pin is scanned by a laser, and he is transported to Tomorrowland, a futuristic cityscape, where advanced robots fix his jetpack, allowing him to fly and join the secretive world. Frank passes the narration to the optimistic ...
The Monuments Men
The Monuments Men

Director: George Clooney
Cast:
George Clooney
George Clooney
Bill Murray
Bill Murray
Bob Balaban
Bob Balaban
In 1943, the Allies are making good progress driving back the Axis powers in Italy. Frank Stokes convinces President Roosevelt that victory will have little meaning if the artistic treasures of Western civilization are lost. Stokes is directed to assemble an Army unit nicknamed the “Monuments Men”, comprising museum directors, curators, art historians, and an architect, to both guide Allied units and search for stolen art to return it to its rightful owners. In July 1944, Claire Simone, a curator in occupied France, is forced to assist Nazi officer Viktor Stahl in overseeing the theft of art for either Adolf Hitler’s Führermuseum ...
6.1
The Ides of March
The Ides of March

Director: George Clooney
Cast:
Ryan Gosling
Ryan Gosling
Evan Rachel Wood
Evan Rachel Wood
George Clooney
George Clooney
Stephen Meyers is the junior campaign manager for Governor of Pennsylvania Mike Morris, who is competing against Arkansas Senator Ted Pullman in the Democratic presidential primary. Both campaigns are vying for the endorsement of Senator Franklin Thompson, who controls 356 delegates; these would clinch the nomination for either candidate. At the Morris campaign’s headquarters in Cincinnati, Meyers receives a call from Tom Duffy, Pullman’s campaign manager; Duffy asks him to meet in secret at a local bar. Meyers calls his boss, Morris campaign manager Paul Zara, who does not answer. Meyers decides to meet with Duffy anyway and Duffy offers him a position in Pullman’s ...
The Descendants
The Descendants

Director: Alexander Payne
Cast:
George Clooney
George Clooney
Amara Miller
Amara Miller
Beau Bridges
Beau Bridges
Matthew “Matt” King is a Honolulu-based attorney and the sole trustee of a family trust of 25,000 acres (100 km2) of pristine land on Kauai. The land has great monetary value, but is also a family legacy. While Matt (like his father before) has ably managed his own finances, most of his cousins have squandered their inheritances. With the trust expiring in seven years due to the rule against perpetuities, the King clan is pressuring Matt to sell the land for hundreds of millions of dollars. Amidst these discussions, a boating accident has rendered Matt’s wife, Elizabeth, comatose. With Elizabeth hospitalized, Matt is forced to cope with his two troubled daughters, ...
7.3