"Meg: Monster Depths" and 4 more premieres of the weekend
The film, based on the fantastic novel by Steve Olten, was wanted to be shot two decades ago, but there were always some, often monetary, delays. The film began to work out when the Warner Bros. company entered the case.
Meg is a megalodon, a giant predatory shark, extinct about three million years ago. The research bathyscaphe falling to the bottom of the Mariana Trench is attacked by this twenty-five-meter monster. Scientists come to the aid of Jonas Taylor (Jason State), who had previously met with the megalodon.
As the plot develops on the water, all the actors were trained in a quickly organized swimming school. Jason State did not need training, because in his youth the actor, famous for his athletic form, was a member of the national team in diving.
"The spy who threw me"
The comedy thriller dummy is only for those who have missed Mile Kunis.
Cast:Mila Kunis, Kate McKinnon, Sam Hyuen, Justin Theroux, Gillian Anderson
Boyfriend gives Audrey (Mila Kunis) the most vile way - with the help of an email. To wrest the scoundrel out of memory, Audrey and his girlfriend Morgan (Keith McKinnon) plan to arrange the ritual burning of his junk, which he also tells on the esemes. A man calls, asks to take care of things and promises to explain everything, but CIA agents turn out to be faster, telling Audrey that her boyfriend is a spy. Now Audrey with a girlfriend are under the gun of the international mafia and romp, moving away from the chase, in European capitals. Two girls manage to escape from criminals, to save an important flash drive, interspersing all this with violent feminist statements (for this is the heroine Keith McKinnon), and even spin a romance with the CIA (responsible - Mila Kunis).
The script is not witty, there are few funny jokes, in essence, only tricks and, of course, views are good in the film. As for the actors, they have nowhere to go for a primitive material: Kunis has only to foolishly clap his eyelashes, and McKinnon - it's silly to scream. We know the cool combinations of espionage thriller and romantic comedy like the stylish "Agents A."N. K. L. ”or the hilarious“ Spy ”, but“ The Spy Who Threw Me ”is not the case.
Horror to be afraid and forget.
Cast:Boyana Novakovic, Josh Stewart, Delroy Lindo, Melissa Bologna
College teacher Adam and his wife Liz lose a child because of the inexplicable and creepy things going on in the house. The couple turn to the parapsychologist, and he reports that he never encountered a big evil. The plot does not strike with novelty, but the horror film may appeal to those who love screamers. Just remember that gasp from horror, close your eyes and crawl along the chair is best in good company.
"On the Other Side of the Ocean"
Fantastic beauty cartoon, which was done for twelve years.
Directors:Liang Xuan, Zhang Chun
Very beautiful and very sentimental animated film about the world of people and the world of spirits. These worlds do not intersect, but when spirits living in the depths of the ocean come of age, they turn into cute red dolphins for a week and can watch people. One of the spirits, Yuna, during this ritual meets a young fisherman and inadvertently causes his death ...
The Chinese cartoon has already been compared to the work of Miyazaki, which inevitably happens with almost all the full-length anime. The film, perhaps, lacks Miyazaki depth, but the visual range and the soundtrack are beautiful.
A documentary about one of the most iconic filmmakers in the world.
Cast:Ingmar Bergman, Lena Endre, Torsten Flink, Elliott Gould, Jane Magnusson, Barbra Streisand, Liv Ullman, Lars von Trier
Yane Magnusson has long been interested in the creativity and personality of the great Ingmar Bergman. In the new film, she talks about Bergman in 1957, which became for the director a kind of starting point, a time of heyday.
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