, 1h50 Directed byNash Edgerton OriginUSA GenresDrama, Comedy, Action, Crime ThemesMedical-themed films, Films about drugs ActorsDavid Oyelowo, Charlize Theron, Joel Edgerton, Amanda Seyfried, Thandie Newton, Sharlto Copley Roles Miles Rating60% Harold Soyinka (David Oyelowo) est un homme d'affaires, fraîchement marié, qui travaille pour la Cannabix Technologies Inc., une compagnie pharmaceutique qui a transformé de la marijuana à des fins médicales, en pilules. Ses patrons, Elaine Markinson (Charlize Theron) et Richard Rusk (Joel Edgerton), l'envoient au Mexique pour qu'il gère la manufacture de cette nouvelle drogue. Mais Harold est aussitôt kidnappé par le cartel mexicain, qui refuse la concurrence. Bloqué et recherché dans le mauvais côté de la frontière, Harold va devoir survivre alors que, pendant ce temps, son boss Rusk emploie un mercenaire professionnel, Mitch (Sharlto Copley), qui n'est d'autre que son frère, pour le sauver...
GenresDrama, Romance ThemesFilms about sexuality ActorsRichard Madden, Holliday Grainger, James Norton, Howard Ward, Elizabeth Rider, Jodie Comer Roles Man who gives a hammer to Mellor at the game (uncredited) Rating64% Lady Constance Chatterley (Holliday Grainger) enjoys a happy marriage to the dashing aristocrat Sir Clifford Chatterley (James Norton), until he is severely wounded serving in the First World War. Confined to a wheelchair and impotent, Clifford becomes more distant, and Constance finds comfort in the company of the estate’s brooding, lonely gamekeeper, Oliver Mellors (Richard Madden). In the England of the 1920s, the social divide between the upper class and their servants was unbreakable: an affair between a lady and a working man would scandalise society and ostracise them both. Lady Chatterley must choose between propriety and love, while Mellors risks his safety, as they both strive to evade the growing suspicions of her jealous and vengeful husband.
, 1h27 OriginUSA GenresThriller, Horror ThemesFilms about extraterrestrial life, Films about extraterrestrial life ActorsRose Leslie Harington, Harry Treadaway Roles Paul Rating56% Bea (Rose Leslie) and Paul (Harry Treadaway) are newly married and off to have a romantic honeymoon in a rustic cabin set in a secluded forest. During their stay there, they go to a small restaurant whose owner initially acts hostile and asks them to leave, but later calms down, realizing he was Bea's childhood friend, Will. Will's wife then comes in, acting strangely and saying they need to get away. Afterwards, everything goes normally until their wedded bliss is cut short when Bea goes missing. Paul finds her naked and disoriented in the woods with no evidence as to how she got there or why she was there in the first place. He takes her back to the cabin, where she claims she was sleepwalking due to stress, and tells him to make nothing of it.
, 3h Directed byJan Kounen OriginFrance GenresThriller, Action, Crime ActorsHarry Treadaway, Rutger Hauer, Clemens Schick, Perdita Weeks, Antoine Basler, Amr Waked Roles Jonathan Anselme Rating53% Jonathan Anselme, a young English academic, teams up with Max Böhm, an amateur ornithologist, to follow storks on their migration from Switzerland to Africa. Max wants to find out why some birds never return from this journey. However, after Max is found dead in mysterious circumstances, Jonathan decides to make the trip alone, never suspecting that he will find himself caught up in an international web of intrigue. While the Swiss detective Dumaz investigates Max Böhm’s murky past, Jonathan is forced to confront his own troubled history. He uncovers a trail of grisly murders travelling through Bulgaria, Turkey, the Middle East, the Congo along the pathway of the migrating storks and their deadly secret.
, 1h28 OriginUnited-kingdom GenresDrama, Comedy-drama ThemesFilms about sexuality, LGBT-related film, Lesbian-related films ActorsJessica Brown Findlay, Sebastien Koch, Julia Ormond, Felicity Jones, Peter Vaughan, Josef Altin Roles Jake Rating63% Emelia Conan Doyle (Jessica Brown Findlay), a rebellious teenage dropout who believes she is a descendant of Arthur Conan Doyle, takes a job as a cleaner in a seaside hotel owned by Jonathan Fischer (Sebastian Koch). Jonathan is a writer from Germany who has struggled with writer's block since his successful first novel, The Cliff House, was published 21 years before. He lives in the hotel with his wife Joa (Julia Ormond) and two daughters, Beth, 17, (Felicity Jones) and Posy, 6. Jonathan is constantly sequestered in the attic working on his writing, leaving the hotel to be run by Joa. Their marriage is stormy as Joa is unhappy about Jonathan's lack of success in his profession and his disconnected parenting. Meanwhile, Emelia has lived with her grandparents since her mother committed suicide.
, 1h35 Directed byAgnès Merlet OriginIrlande GenresDrama, Science fiction, Fantastic, Fantasy ActorsRachel Hurd-Wood, Harry Treadaway, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Susan Lynch, Stuart Graham, Kate O'Toole Roles James Furlong Rating62% James Furlong is the last in a long line of Furlongs who were each blessed or cursed with a strange ability. His grandfather, Charlie went temporarily blind when he thought about sex. His father, Philip could turn off anything electrical when he was frightened. From the moment of his violent birth, involving the death of his mother, his life seems ill-fated, but it is unclear what kind of ability, if any, he possesses. Growing up in rural Ireland, his grandmother tells him about the strange quirks of his ancestors and the boy begins to experiment on himself, longing to discover some extraordinary, hidden power. But instead, his experiments lead to the death of his family's livestock, followed swiftly by the loss of Philip and his beloved grandmother, Charlotte. By the time he is ten years old, James is the sole survivor of the Furlong family.
, 1h36 OriginUnited-kingdom GenresThriller, Documentary, Horror ActorsHarry Treadaway, Greg Wise, Alex Jennings, Tom Felton, Finlay Robertson, Nikki Amuka-Bird Roles Matthew Ryan Rating59% Matthew Ryan (Harry Treadaway) has just been released from a psychiatric hospital following a breakdown resulting from the disappearance of his younger brother, Tom. Feeling guilty and responsible for Tom's disappearance, he begins to hear Tom's voice and to see him around. He seeks advice from his friend Simon (Tom Felton), the parish priest Adrian Ballan (Alex Jennings), and his new neighbour, Amy Tyler (Ros Leeming). Amy gives him a newspaper clipping about a psychic medium, Shelley Cartwright (Nikki Amuka-Bird), who lives nearby, and suggests that he visit her for help, which he does. Shelley suggests that Tom's ghost is trying to warn Matthew about something, and Shelley's daughter Rebecca (Tyler Anthony) gives him a drawing of a girl.
, 2h1 Directed byAnton Corbijn OriginUnited-kingdom GenresDrama, Biography ThemesFilms about music and musicians, Films about suicide, Musical films ActorsSam Riley, Samantha Morton, Toby Kebbell, Alexandra Maria Lara Claudia Paolina, Joe Anderson, Craig Parkinson Roles Steve Morris Rating76% Ian Curtis (Sam Riley) and Debbie Woodruff (Samantha Morton) marry in 1975 in their home town of Macclesfield at ages 19 and 18, respectively. Ian retreats from domestic life, preferring to write poetry in solitude. On June 4, 1976 they attend a Sex Pistols concert with Bernard Sumner (James Anthony Pearson), Peter Hook (Joe Anderson), and Terry Mason (Andrew Sheridan), who are starting a band. Mesmerized by the concert, Ian volunteers to be their singer. They name themselves Warsaw, and Terry moves into a managerial role with the addition of drummer Stephen Morris (Harry Treadaway). The band debuts 19 May 1977 and soon rename themselves Joy Division. Ian and Debbie finance their first EP, An Ideal for Living (1978).