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Michael MacCauley (Liam Neeson) is a retired NYPD detective turned insurance salesman who takes the Hudson Line train on his daily commute to New York City from the picturesque suburb where he lives with his wife, Karen (Elizabeth McGovern) and son Danny (Dean-Charles Chapman).
MacCauley discovers he's been laid off from his job five years before he was due to retire, just as he's struggling with how to pay Danny's college tuition. Just after he boards the train at Grand Central Station on his way home, he's approached by a stranger named Joanna (Vera Farmiga), who tells him if he can identity someone named Prynne who isn't a regular commuter and plant a GPS on that person, he'll be given $100,000.
Not knowing what will happen to Prynne if he succeeds in planting the device, MacCauley initially refuses, but he learns that the longer he waits to accept the proposition, the more harm it will put not only his fellow passengers in, but also his family.
MacCauley must work against the clock in order to save his life, as well as the lives of everyone riding with him.
Based on true events, The Post documents a time when The Washington Post publisher Kay Graham (Meryl Streep) and her driven editor, Ben Bradlee (Tom Hanks) worked to expose the government's true reason for involving itself in the Vietnam War, which was explained via the controversial Pentagon Papers.
Kay and Ben's work highlights that journalists are often at odds with some of the highest officials in government, especially when it's learned that four U.S. presidential administrations (Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, and Johnson) mislead the American public over why the U.S. was really in Vietnam.
Starring: Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks, Sarah Paulson, Bob Odenkirk, Tracy Letts, Bradley Whitford, Bruce Greenwood, Matthew Rhys, Alison Brie, Carrie Coon, David Cross, Jesse Plemons, Michael Stuhlbarg, Zach WoodsNow playing at:
Paddington, a bear from Peru who now lives in London with the Brown family, is living a happy life. However, things go very wrong when a new neighbor's self-centeredness and criminal ways wind up with Paddington behind bars.
The films starts with Paddington wanting to get his Aunt Lucy (Imelda Staunton) in Peru a very special gift for her fast-approaching 100th birthday. He spots a rare, beautifully detailed pop-up book of London at the local antique shop and takes on a variety of odd jobs, inclucing window washing and cutting hair in a barbershop, in order to earn enough money to buy the book and send it to her.
Unfortunately, Paddington’s new neighbor, has-been stage actor Phoenix Buchanan (Hugh Grant), also wants the book, because he believes if he has it in his possession, he can find a secret treasure. He steals the book, but frames Paddington, who is arrested and taken to prison, where he makes friends with the guards and his fellow inmates, because, as Henry says, "Paddington looks for the good in all of us, and somehow he finds it.”
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Hit woman Mary Goodwin (Taraji P. Henson) works for Benny (Danny Glover), a gangster who trained her to be an assassin and made her part of his crime family in Boston. Also part of the family is Benny’s son, Tom (Billy Brown), with whom Mary once had a relationship.
When Mary kills a gambler who owed Benny money, the dead man turns out to be the father of a 12-year-old boy named Danny (Jahi Di’Allo Winston). Feeling guilt about her part in making the boy an orphan, she keeps tabs on him over the next year and finds out he's living on the streets and delivering product for a ruthless drug dealer who goes by the name of Uncle (Xander Berkeley).
When Danny winds up up unconscious in an alley, she decides she finally needs to step up and help him. She takes him in, then goes to confront Uncle, but loses her cool and in the process, inadvertently starts a gang war.