Action/Adventure, Animation, Family | 1h 44m24 votes and 2 reviews | Write a Review WATCH TRAILER
In this sequel to the 2013 hit movie Frozen, when Elsa (Idina Menzel) hears a voice singing a haunting tune, she remembers back to when she and her sister Anna (Kristen Bell) were small, and their father (Alfred Molina) told them a story of an enchanted forest, which was home to the Northuldra tribe. Unable to get the voice out of her head, Elsa goes on a dangerous journey north to Ahtohallan to find out what happened in the past between the tribe and her people, as well as to find out the truth behind her powers.
Although Elsa feels the journey is too dangerous for anyone else, Anna insists on going with her. Olaf (Josh Gad) the snowman happily joins them, as does Sven the reindeer and a lovesick Kristoff (Jonathan Groff), who's trying to find the right moment to propose to Anna. However, the sisters and friends become separated in the dangerous forest and have to find their way back to each other, while uncovering the past and righting past wrongs.
Starring: Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Josh Gad, Jonathan Groff, Sterling K. Brown, Evan Rachel Wood, Alfred Molina, Martha Plimpton, Jason Ritter, Rachel Matthews, Jeremy Sisto, Ciarán Hinds, Alan TudykNow playing at:
Drama | 1h 47m12 votes and 1 reviews | Write a Review WATCH TRAILER
Lloyd Vogel (Matthew Rhys), an investigative journalist for Esquire magazine, is less than pleased when he's given an assignment to write a short profile on Fred Rogers (Tom Hanks), the beloved star of the children's television show, Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.
Lloyd is dealing with his father Jerry (Chris Cooper), who abandoned Lloyd and their family when Lloyd's mother grew ill. Now elderly, Jerry wants back into Lloyd's life, but Lloyd still carries a lot of resentment.
On that note, Lloyd travels to Pittsburgh to meet Mr. Rogers, but at every turn, he's surprised by how empathetic the man is and how in tune he is to others' problems. Lloyd soon realizes he needs more than one short interview to write his piece, because there's so much more to Fred Rogers than he first thought. And what Lloyd finds will change his life forever.
Based on the 1998 Esquire magazine article titled Can You Say...Hero? by Tom Junod.
Action/Adventure, Drama, Thriller | 1h 39m8 votes and 1 reviews | Write a Review WATCH TRAILER
When Andre Davis (Chadwick Boseman) was a small boy, his father, who was a police officer, died in the line of duty. Andre grows up to become an in-demand NYPD detective who specializes in taking down cop killers.
When fellow police officers go to the scene of a robbery involving the theft of 300 kilos of cocaine, all eight are gunned down by two criminals with automatic weapons. Andre is assigned the case and orders the island of Manhattan closed, including all 21 bridges leading in and out of the area, as well as the four tunnels and the three rivers. He has all the trains stopped and the subway is put on a loop.
Meanwhile, as the robbers (Taylor Kitsch, Stephan James) go on the run, they try to make sense of why they were assigned to get their hands on 30 kilos of cocaine, but actually wound up with 300 kilos. They slowly come to realize they've been set up to take a fall, while Andre discovers that there's more to this crime than a simple robbery.