Tagged: genre: drama

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Chappie (2015)

When his quest for a true free-will conscious program is over, engineer Deon Wilson secretly tests it on a police robot that’s been recently damaged on the field, resulting in the child-like Chappie.

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Kreditis Limiti

In this comedy of manners, a woman from a former bourgeois family tries to keep up appearances by relying on unsavory financial practices.

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I Ai (2015 Tamil Film)

Shankar’s The Hunchback of Notre-Dame splashed with The Beauty and the Beast inspired revenge tale begins following the life of bodybuilder who falls in love with a beautiful model, igniting the ire of the people around them.

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Congress, The (2013)

The Congress, which features once again the “actor/actress playing as himself/herself” card, something seen more frequently in television rather than film. This time, however, Robin Wright happens to be the main act in this partially animated film.

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Birdman

A washed up actor, who once played an iconic superhero, tries to mount a Broadway play in an attempt to recover his career and himself.

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Whiplash (American Film)

A first year hopeful drummer wants to be one of the greatest jazz drummers, for that, he’ll need the guidance of a short-tempered teacher in search of music perfection, who will mentally-manipulate you, shout and verbally abuse you to get what he wants.

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Tamako in Moratorium

Nobuhiro Yamashita returns to his favorite theme of arrested development in this bittersweet comedy-drama about a recent college graduate who moves back to her hometown.

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American Sniper

American Sniper follows the life of rodeo cowboy-turned-U.S. Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle, who is highly regarded in his country as the most lethal sniper ever with at least 160 confirmed kills.

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St. Vincent (2014)

A grumpy, hedonistic, gambling old Vietnam veteran will see his life changed after accidentally beginning babysitting his newly-arrived neighbor’s kid.