Directed by Sammi Cohen, this vibrant tale of friendship, rivalry, and tradition dances around two besties, Stacy (Sunny Sandler) and Lydia (Samantha Lorraine).
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Michael Morris introduces us to Leslie, a Texan mother trying to balance dreams and realities.
Gina Prince-Bythewood crafts a powerful narrative set in 1800s Africa. This isn't just history; it's a testament to the all-female warriors of Dahomey, who showcased strength beyond imagination.
Envision an atmospheric battle of good versus evil. Under Julius Avery's direction, Russel Crowe brilliantly embodies Father Gabriele Amorth, the Vatican's renowned exorcist.
Wendy Rogers weaves a magical narrative where young Peter's quest to find his lost sister pivots around an enigmatic elephant and a magician.
Dive into a digital maze in this thrilling narrative directed by Will Merrick and Nick Johnson.
Inspired by Akira Kurosawa's timeless classic Ikiru, Oliver Hermanus' Living is a poignant reflection on life, legacy, and fleeting time.
The future unfurls a cybernetic tapestry in Yeon Sang-ho's vision. Amidst a cosmic civil war, an AI researcher strives to restore peace, cloning her heroic mother's brain.
In a world of covert operations and high stakes, Gal Gadot emerges as Rachel Stone, an elite agent with secrets up her sleeve. Directed by the skilled Tom Harper
A tight-knit thriller, the film offers a unique twist on survival against the odds. In Scott Beck and Bryan Woods' gripping tale, Adam Driver's Mills faces this nightmare.