Movie Releases 06-21-22
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Short on cash and with no callbacks coming, Nicolas Cage (as a fictionalized version of himself) readily accepted a million-dollar appearance payday for the Mallorca birthday party of worshipful olive tycoon Javi Gutierrez (Pedro Pascal). Though quickly learning to enjoy the arrangement, it goes south when Cage is tipped by the CIA of his improbable fanboy's insurrectionist activities-and is expected to help take him down. Self-satirical action-comedy co-stars Tiffany Haddish, Ike Barinholtz, Neil Patrick Harris. 105 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English. Two-disc set.
Ambitious Cinderella (Camila Cabello) just wanted to launch her own dressmaking business, and an interested-and incognito-Prince Robert (Nicholas Galitzine) invited her to the ball to network. Her resentful stepmother (Idina Menzel) kept her home, but her Fabulous Godmother (Billy Porter) was on hand for the bailout. Kay Cannon's music-filled, modern-sensibilities take on the classic tale co-stars Pierce Brosnan, Minnie Driver, Maddie Baillio, Charlotte Spencer. 113 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English.
After a lifetime of pulling legendary heists, five notorious bad guys -- Mr. Wolf, Mr. Snake, Mr. Piranha, Mr. Shark and Ms. Tarantula -- attempt their most challenging job yet ... going good. Nobody has ever failed so hard at trying to be good as THE BAD GUYS, an all-new animated feature film from DreamWorks Animation.
Rare archival footage, recordings and photographs, eye-witness accounts and expert comments along with location shoots across India, bring alive the fascinating journey of George, John, Paul and Ringo from their high octane celebrity lives in the West to a remote Himalayan ashram in search of spiritual bliss that inspires an unprecedented burst of creative songwriting. It is the first serious exploration of how India shaped the development of the greatest ever rock band and their own pioneering role bridging two vastly different cultures.Director Ajoy Bose was a teenage rebel in Calcutta in love with the Beatles when they came to India. His long mop and the psychedelic flowers painted on his shirt imitating the Fab Four led to fierce fights with his bureaucrat father. In an interesting quirk of fate half a century later as an established journalist and author, Bose was writing a book, Across the Universe to mark the 50th anniversary of The Beatles historic trip to Rishikesh for the world's largest publishing house Penguin Random House.Inspired by Ajoy Bose's book, British Indian music entrepreneur Reynold D'Silva has now taken the amazing saga of The Beatles and India further by producing Bose's directorial debut. Bose and cultural researcher, co-director, Pete Compton, have created an audio-visual presentation that stands apart from the many documentaries on the band, delving deep into the most crucial period of their evolution from the world's most famous pop stars into multi-faceted pioneering musical artists.