Director: Nancy Meyers
Players: Robert De Niro, Anne Hathaway, Rene Russo
Young and successful entrepreneur Jules Ostin launches a new trainee program at his company. Ben Whittaker, 70, is the first to start this experimental program aimed at people who are in retirement. Initially Strange by young people, Ben is very much loved by everyone over time. Over time, the business relationship between Whittaker and Ostin decidedly develops into a solid friendship.
One of the most successful examples of American independent cinema in the 2000s, the film moves on the axis of a little girl's desire to participate in a beauty contest. Smart, but a little chubby, Olive and her family depart in an old van to the other side of the country, and with this journey, family ties are strengthened. It's a hot family movie...
Directed by Todd Phillips, The Hangover (1-2-3), one of the most sound films of recent years, has fans in many corners of the world. The comedy, which won 12 awards for its first series, stars Zach Galifianakis, Bradley Cooper and Justin Bartha. If you're looking for a reason to laugh, you should definitely watch The Hangover series. Also note that all films from the series are broadcast on S Sport Plus during the decider for sports competitions.
Director: Ridley Scott
Players: Russell Crowe, Albert Finney, Marion Cotillard
Max Skinner, a successful stockbroker in London, travels to Provence to sell the vineyard he inherited from his uncle. But this sale process leads him to meet the love of his life and live a completely different life, free from his ambitions...
Director: Ferzan Ozpetek
Players: Riccardo Scamarcio, Nicole Grimaudo, Alessandro Prezios
The Cantonese are a wealthy family who run a pasta factory in the south of Italy. The boys of this traditionalist family decisively declare that they are gay. A warm Mediterranean film on family, traditions and freedom.
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