Comedy, Family, Sci-Fi/Fantasy | 1h 44m164 votes and 29 reviews | Write a Review WATCH TRAILER
When Lewis Barnavelt (Owen Vaccaro) is orphaned, he goes to live with his mysterious uncle, Jonathan Barnavelt (Jack Black). Lewis finds to his surprise that Jonathan is a warlock. The house where Jonathan lives was once owned by a couple who were dedicated to black magic. Before they passed away, they hid a clock in the walls with the power to bring about the end of the world.
Lewis and Jonathan have to find the clock before it's too late.
Based on the 1973 childrens' gothic horror novel The House with a Clock in its Walls by John Bellairs.
As a young New York couple (Oscar Isaac, Olivia Wilde) fall in love and move from college romance to marriage and the birth of their first child, the unexpected twists of their journey create reverberations that echo over continents and through lifetimes.
Set in New York City and Carmona, Spain, Life Itself celebrates the human condition and all of its complications with humor, poignancy and love.
Director Michael Moore predicted in July 2016 that Donald Trump would win the Presidency of the United States.
That doesn't mean that having Trump as the President was the outcome he'd hoped for. In fact, it was very much the opposite. Deeply dismayed, Moore questions what lies ahead for the country. He talks to a variety of Americans about Trump and the seemingly hopeless state of affairs.
He is told that if Trump were to be impeached, Trump's supporters would cause riots and violence around the country. It seems that's true, as Moore digs deeper into how and why Trump, a master distractor with his incendiary tweets, staff firings, and outright lies, still remains a hit with some Americans, while at the same time an embarrassment and liability for many.
Starring: Michael Moore, Donald J. TrumpNow playing at:
Comedy, Thriller | 1h 50m16 votes and 5 reviews | Write a Review WATCH TRAILER
In the quiet American town of Salem, popular high school student Lily (Odessa Young) spends a lot of time on her phone — texting, posting on social media, instant messaging — just like her three best friends, Em (Abra), Sarah (Suki Waterhouse) and Bex (Hari Nef). Lily has a boyfriend, Mark (Bill Skårsgard), but at the same time is sending sexy selfies to her next door neighbor, a married dad named Nick (Joel McHale).
Their peaceful, albeit shallow lives, take a turn when someone starts hacking into the phones of the people of Salem. The mayor (Cullen Moss) is exposed for his habit of hiring male escorts. High school principal Turrell (Colman Domingo) is found to have nude photos of his six-year-old daughter in the bathtub on his phone and is accused of being a pedophile. Ordinary citizens suddenly find their text messages and photos have also been shared with everyone in town. When the activity is traced to Lily’s house, the four best friends are targeted by the citizens of Salem, who turn violent.
Qismat is a story of a young lad’s journey to find true love. Shiv, after being humiliated in his village for being a failure, moves to Chandigarh to live his life to the fullest. There he meets Bani and tries to woo her. As life takes its turns, Shiv and Bani part ways.
After some time they cross each other’s path but Bani is engaged now and Shiv faces failure in love yet again. He gets involved with another girl in an arranged scenario. Bani’s father somehow finds Shiv and tells him about Bani’s deteriorating health. Shiv tries helping her get better but she finds out about his fiancée and sends him back.
Will Shiv and Bani unite at the end or will destiny prevail over love?
Starring: Ammy Virk, Sargun Mehta, Guggu Gill, Tania Hardeep Gill, Harby SanghaNow playing at: