Simon Spier (Nick Robinson) is living a normal life with his parents (Josh Duhamel, Jennifer Garner) and sister (Talitha Eliana Bateman). He attends high school and has a close group of friends: Leah (Katherine Langford), Nick (Jorge Lendeborg Jr.) and Abby (Alexandra Shipp). But Simon has one big secret that no one knows about — he is gay.
He starts writing emails to an anonymous classmate online, who is also gay. He slowly starts falling for this anonymous friend. They exchange emails on a daily basis, discussing the possibility of coming out to their parents and their close friends, but fear they’ll be ridiculed by the other students.
When someone finds out his secret and threatens to reveal it, Simon feels like his world might fall apart.Based on the novel Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli.
In 1976, an Air France flight out of Tel Aviv is taken over by two Palestinians and two German terrorists, Brigitte Kuhlmann (Rosamund Pike) and Wilfried Böse (Daniel Brühl), who are sympathetic to the Palestinian cause. They force the pilots to land the plane in Entebbe, Uganda, where the 239 passengers — including 84 Israelis and the Air France crew — are taken hostage.
The terrorists demand a ransom of $5 million and the release of 50 imprisoned pro-Palestinian militants, 40 of whom are in Israel. They threaten to kill two children every 24 hours if their demands are not met. However, Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin (Lior Ashkenazi) and Defense Minister Shimon Peres (Eddie Marsan) refuse to negotiate with terrorists. Peres instead gives the go-ahead for a covert rescue mission known as Operation Thunderbolt.
When Bart Millard (Brody Rose) was 11, his mother left him with his gruff, angry father (Dennis Quaid). As he grows up, the boy listens to Christian music for inspiration and eventually puts his feelings into his own music, as he discovers that he has a special talent.
However, his father is less than supportive, calling Bart's music a "stupid dream" and telling him he's going nowhere. With nothing tying him down, Bart (J. Michael Finley) decides to leave town. He puts all his pain regarding his father into his songs and enjoys incredible success, especially when he writes the hit song I Can Only Imagine.
Lara Croft (Alicia Vikander) works as a bicycle courier on the streets of London, while keeping herself physically fit at a boxing gym. Although she struggles to pay her gym fees, Lara is actually incredibly wealthy. However, because her father, Lord Richard Croft (Dominic West), has gone missing on a quest, she doesn't want to sign the papers that would declare him legally dead, even though it would gain her access to a lot of money.
When she's pushed to sign the papers to his global empire, Lara discovers a clue in a puzzle and sets off to find finds her father on the dangerous island where he disappeared. With the help of Lu Ren (Daniel Wu), whose father also went missing seven years earlier, Lara travels to the island, located just off the coast of Japan, which holds the ancient tomb of Queen Himiko.