The Trust illustrates the well-known fact that sometimes cops go bad. This includes police officers working extremely dull administrative jobs in the evidence room of the Las Vegas Police Department, such as Waters (Elijah Wood) and Stone (Nicolas Cage). While in the past Waters and Stone had confined their law-breaking activities to selling stolen Civil Service Exams to other officers, they’re about to take things to a whole new level – with very serious consequences.
Raised in the jungles of Africa by apes, Tarzan (Alexander Skarsgård) is no normal man. He was thought to be an evil spirit, a ghost in the trees. No man ever started with less. The Legend of Tarzan takes us to a time that is many years after the legendary King of the Apes left Africa for a gentrified life in London with his beloved wife, Jane Porter (Margot Robbie). Now Tarzan – now known as John Clayton III, Lord Greystoke – has been invited back to Congo.
In the science fiction film The Divergent Series: Allegiant, the first of two films based on the riveting final chapter of the Divergent trilogy, the adventure continues where The Divergent Series: Insurgent left off. The faction-based society that Tris Prior (Shailene Woodley) used to believe in is in tatters. Violence and power struggles rule the land; loss and betrayal are commonplace. Now Tris and Four (Theo James) have the opportunity to escape and find out what lies beyond the wall that surrounds Chicago – and leave the only home they have ever known.
It’s England in the 1970s, and an enormous new residential tower has been built at the site of what will soon become the world’s financial hub. But this isn’t just any high-rise building. Elysium Tower is a virtual vertical city, marketed as a “sanctuary for challenging times.” Residents can enjoy everything from restaurants and entertainment to swimming pools, libraries, theaters and even a research hospital – all without leaving the “safe” confines of the high-rise in which they live.
THEY’RE BAACK! The Portokaloses, everyone’s favorite Greek family, is back in My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2, the long-awaited sequel to the 2002 hit romantic comedy, My Big Fat Greek Wedding. Now it’s Toula (Nia Vardalos) and Ian’s (John Corbett’s) daughter Paris (Elena Kampouris) who has fallen in love with a non-Greek. While Paris struggles to get her family to accept this young man, she also struggles to come to terms with her heritage and cultural identity. And, of course, deal with a ridiculously close family that seems to follow her everywhere.