, 1h50 Directed byCharlie McDowell OriginUSA GenresDrama, Science fiction, Thriller, Romance ActorsRooney Mara, Riley Keough, Jesse Plemons, Robert Redford, Jason Segel, Ron Canada Roles Cooper Rating62% Thomas Harbor est un scientifique qui travaille d'une façon indépendante sur la connaissance du cerveau et de la conscience. Il fait une découverte cruciale qu'il rend publique : il a trouvé d'une façon indubitable que la conscience humaine existait en dehors du corps et survivait dans un autre monde à la mort du sujet. Convaincues qu'une autre vie plus heureuse les attendait après leur mort, de plus en plus de personnes optent pour le suicide. Le professeur Harbor est déstabilisé par cette situation et décide de continuer ses recherches en secret dans un château sur une île isolée en compagnie d'un certain nombre de patients qui le soutiennent.
, 1h37 GenresDrama ActorsNavi Rawat, Heather McComb, Brenda Strong, Rena Owen, Dennis Haskins, Ron Canada Roles Dr. Wiiliam Ballard Rating70% Dr. Amrit Singh, A young Sikh surgeon, moves from Toronto to Detroit to take a position at a new transplant facility, leaving behind his family and Indian girlfriend. The film follows Amrit's struggles against the pressures to assimilate, including considering removing his turban and cutting his hair, racial discrimination, an unfair medical system in which uninsured patients cannot receive transplants, and romantic temptation in the shape of an attractive colleague. The film is semi-autobiographical, and reflects the experience of Sikhs in America post-9/11.
, 1h25 OriginUSA GenresDrama, Thriller, Horror ThemesFilms about religion ActorsHaley Bennett, Chace Crawford, AnnaLynne McCord, Marin Hinkle, Jake Weber, Josh Stewart Roles Mr. Bennett Rating39% The film begins with a teenage girl, Laurel Miller (Jessica Lowndes), going into the woods to meet her boyfriend Michael (Randy Wayne). He gives her an early birthday present, but her father (Jamie McShane) shows up and demands that she leave with him. As they drive home, Laurel tells him that she will be marrying Michael as soon as she turns eighteen. He breaks down and apologizes to her, telling her he can't let her turn 18, then purposely crashes their car. Seeing that she is not dead, he kills her with a broken piece of mirror, saying he couldn't let the darkness take her.
, 1h30 Directed byRon Lagomarsino OriginUSA GenresScience fiction, Comedy-drama, Fantasy ThemesChristmas films ActorsChristina Milian, Josh Cooke, Matt Keeslar, Luciana Carro, Lorraine Bracco, Ron Canada Roles Antonio Rating60% Angela loves Christmas more than anything. However, her family does not share her love for the holiday at all. When she is about to break down because of her family, she receives a snowglobe in the mail. When she opens up the snowglobe, she is transported into the world inside, where Christmas is the heart and soul for everyone who lives there. She discovers she can return to her world by going down a small path in the small forest at the edge of the village, and can return whenever she winds up the snowglobe. After a long set of visits to the globe, she accidentally gets trapped inside.
, 2h11 Directed byJon Turteltaub OriginUSA GenresThriller, Action, Adventure ThemesPolitique, Heist films, Children's films, Gangster films, Escroquerie, L'Or, White House in fiction ActorsNicolas Cage, Diane Kruger, Justin Bartha, Jon Voight, Harvey Keitel, Sean Bean Roles Guard Woodruff Rating67% Benjamin Franklin Gates (Nicolas Cage) is an American historian, amateur cryptologist, and the youngest descendant of a long line of treasure hunters. While his father Patrick Henry Gates (Jon Voight) discourages him from following in the family line, Ben is driven on by a story told by his grandfather, John Adams Gates (Christopher Plummer). According to John, a clue - the phrase "The secret lies with Charlotte" - was entrusted to the family by Charles Carroll of Carrollton in 1832, and would lead to the fabled "national treasure", a wealth of artifacts dating from Ancient Egypt and secretly hidden by the Founding Fathers and the Freemasons during the American Revolutionary War.
, 1h48 Directed byMatthew Ryan Hoge OriginUSA GenresDrama, Crime ThemesFilms about education, Films about families, Prison films ActorsDon Cheadle, Ryan Gosling, Chris Klein, Ryan Malgarini, Jena Malone, Lena Olin Roles Elden Rating70% The film begins with a flashback narrated by Leland P. Fitzgerald, describing how he couldn't remember the details of the day that he killed an intellectually disabled boy named Ryan Pollard. Leland is arrested. Ryan's parents, Harry and Karen, sisters Becky and Julie, as well as Julie's live-in boyfriend Allen grieve the loss of their loved one. Leland's divorced mother, Marybeth, is desperate to see her son, while his father, famous writer Albert Fitzgerald, discovers his son's fate in a newspaper and returns home to be there for the trial.
, 1h46 Directed byRobert Benton OriginUSA GenresDrama, Thriller, Romance ThemesFilms about racism ActorsAnthony Hopkins, Nicole Kidman, Gary Sinise, Ed Harris, Jacinda Barrett, Wentworth Miller Roles Herb Keble Rating61% In the late 1990s, writer Nathan Zuckerman (Gary Sinise) has settled in a lakeside New England cabin following his second divorce and a battle with prostate cancer. His quiet life is interrupted by Coleman Silk (Anthony Hopkins), a former dean and professor of classics at local Athena College, who was forced to resign after being accused of making a racist remark in class. Coleman's wife died suddenly following the scandal, and he wants to avenge his loss of career and companion by writing a book about the events with Nathan's assistance.
, 1h49 Directed byTobe Hooper OriginUSA GenresComedy ActorsChad Lowe, Tyra Banks, Fay Masterson, Obba Babatundé, Patrick Warburton, Amanda Plummer Roles Detective Culver Rating51% The film involves a man named Stan who becomes the manager of an apartment complex with strange tenants, after the previous manager disappeared under mysterious circumstances. Things go downhill after he discovers a corpse in the complex's pool and is accused of murder. More bizarre events occur until he finds his life (and his sanity) in danger, and the tenants just may be his only hope.