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King Arthur Legend of the Sword

Paris Can Wait

Snatched

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  • The Humanity Bureau

    31 January 2017
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    The Humanity Bureau
    Genre: Action/Science-Fiction
    Directed by: Rob W. King
    Written by: Dave Schultz
    Starring: Nicolas Cage, Sarah Lind, Hugh Dillon, Vicellous Shannon, Jakob Davies, Lorne Cardinal, Jett Klyne, David Lovgren, Leo Fafard, Kurt Max Runte, Nikolas Filipovic, Mel Tuck, Destee Klyne, Melanie Walden, Sheldon Bergstrom, Trevor Leigh, Leanna Brodie, Bill Dow
    Release Date: 2017

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    Movie Plot:
    The year is 2030. Global warming has turned parts of the American Midwest into a desert. In its attempt to take hold of the economic recession, a government agency called The Humanity Bureau exiles members of society deemed unproductive and banishes them to a colony known as New Eden An ambitious and impartial caseworker Noah Kross (Nicolas Cage) investigates a case appealed by a single mother (Sarah Lind) and her son (Jakob Davies). Knowing the unjust fate of the innocent boy, Kross sets off to save the lives of the mother and child duo and to expose the truth about The Humanity Bureau?s secrets once and for all.

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    Hello Destroyer

    19 December 2016
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    Hello Destroyer
    Genre: Drama
    Directed by: Kevan Funk
    Written by: Kevan Funk
    Starring: Jared Abrahamson, Kurt Max Runte, Joe Dion Buffalo, Paul McGillion, Ian Tracey, Ben Cotton, Sara Canning, Maxwell Haynes, R.J. Fetherstonhaugh, Darren Mann, Shane Leydon, Phil Prajoux, David Lennon
    Release Date: 2017

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    HELLO DESTROYER

    Movie Plot:
    A young junior hockey player?s life is shattered by an in-game act of violence. In an instant his life is abruptly turned upside down; torn from the fraternity of the team and the coinciding position of prominence, he is cast as a pariah and ostracized from the community. As he struggles with the repercussions of the event, desperate to find a means of reconciliation and a sense of identity, his personal journey ends up illuminating troubling systemic issues around violence.

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