Michael Keaton, Mark Ruffalo, Rachel McAdams and Liev Schreiber star in this incredible true story of how a group of investigative journalists uncovered an abuse scandal and cover up. It’s summer 2001 and The Boston Globe has a new Editor in place, Marty Baron (Schreiber) who is curious to know why Catholic priests have gone unpunished with regards to child abuse. Baron seeks out the help of the paper’s investigative unit, “Spotlight” to help uncover the awful truth; headed up by Walter Robinson (Keaton) and includes tenacious reporters, Michael Rezendes (Ruffalo) and Sacha Pfeiffer (McAdams). The team work tirelessly over a six month period, the piece together the horrifying truth of a systematic cover up of child sex abuse.
Uptight corporate lawyer, Jason Kelly (Zac Efron) is set to marry his boss’ controlling daughter, Meredith (Julianne Hough) in a few days time when his recently widowed Grandfather, Dick (Robert DeNiro) asks him for a lift to Florida. How can Jason possibly say no? When they hit the road together, Jason sees a whole new side to his beloved Grandpa; a foul-mouthed, sex-crazed, party animal eager to make up for lost time! By the time they hit Daytona Beach, the pair embark on an outrageous feast of partying, fighting (!) and bonding.
When a group of miners embarked on a shift in the San Jose Mine in Chile’s Atacama Desert in 2010, little did they know that they were about to become global news. Based on the amazing true story that gripped the globe of 33 miners who survived underground for 69 days when the 121 year old mine collapsed on them. Antonio Banderas, Gabriel Byrne and Juliet Binoche star.
Michael Caine and Harvey Keitel star as elderly best friends reflecting on their lives. Caine is Fred Ballinger, an accomplished, but now retired music composer, while Keitel is Mick Boyle, a director still planning his last great movie. Fred is flattered when the Queen’s emissary asks him to perform at Prince Philip’s birthday concert, but he politely declines. Meanwhile, Mick becomes disheartened when his regular collaborator, ageing diva, Brenda Morel (Jane Fonda) turns the movie down. Dejected and depressed, the pals go on vacation to The Swiss Alps where they reflect on their lives, and admit they see little in their future.