It’s the future. The UK has become a bureaucratic dystopia. The totalitarian government uses extreme, and pathetically counterproductive methods to combat homegrown terrorism.
Axel Foley is a reckless but talented young Detective for the Detroit Police. His unconventional methods frustrate his superiors – but they largely tolerate it due to Foley’s outstanding effectiveness.
OK. I’m actually starting to dig it.
After being daringly rescued from Jabba The Hutt, Han Solo joins Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Chewbacca, R2-D2, C-3P0 and Lando Calrissian in a desperate Rebel mission to destroy a brand new, partially built Death Star base.
The 23rd Century. The Starship USS Enterprise in now being used mostly for routine cadet training. Admiral Kirk – feeling the weight of his advancing years tries to come to terms with the fact that it may be his last ever space mission.
Take a look at this! Just dropped at Comic Con!
Dunkirk is without question the best film so far of 2017.
It’s 1997. Manhattan is now a walled off maximum security penitentiary. Guards surround the walls with orders to kill anyone who tries to get out. Criminals are dumped there and left to fend for themselves. It’s a life sentence.
“Joliet” Jake Blues is released from Prison and picked up by his brother Elwood. Their first visit is to the Mother Superior of the Catholic Orphanage where they grew up.
Unless the Orphanage manages to raise $5,000 – it will be closed down.
When visiting Church – Jake gets a message. A message from Someone Important. He must get his old rhythm and blues band back together to play a comeback gig to raise the funds.
Along their adventure – Jake and Elwood will incur the wrath of the local Police Department, the Illinois Nazis, a psychotic Country and Western band – and Jake’s murderous ex fiance.
The chase is on.