A pair of boys crosses paths with a strange man hiding away on a small island down river from their rural Arkansas town. A curious bond forms, and the kids agree to help the man known as Mud reunite with the girl he loves, while evading those who are looking for him.
Based on a true story, Ariel Vromen (yes, that Ariel Vromen) presents his vision of the life (and death?) of Richard Kuklinski, an infamous assassin whose cold interior was matched only by the love he had for his family – three women from whom he tried to keep his murderous side secret.
A new threat emerges for Starfleet, and Captain James T. Kirk leads his Enterprise crew into hostile territory to hunt a mysterious figure. Kirk’s judgment is tested, his lives and those of his colleagues are put at risk.
When a young college student’s mother suddenly dies in a car accident, he is shown a video made when he was born. In it, his mother discloses that she was raped, and he is the offspring of her and her assailant. Filled with uncontrolled emotion, he sets out to track down his real father, a journey that puts him through an internal struggle and potential danger.
An outcast student is accused of plotting to kill his fellow classmates, as evidence amounts around him and none come to his defense. A small community is horrified, and young Sean Randall becomes further ostracized, as he must deal with the consequences, lest let the anger inside him make him he very creature he vehemently denies exists – a monster.
In 1947, Norwegian explorer Thor Heyerdal and group of grizzled men set out to traverse the Pacific Ocean on a simple wooden raft, following the path of legendary Tiki. Based on the compelling true story.
While coping with the mental trauma and uncertainty in the world caused by the events in New York (see The Avengers)¸ Tony Stark finds himself unable to sleep and most vulnerable. Past digressions come back to haunt him, as a powerful enemy with new weaponized technology emerges to threaten his existence and life of the woman whom he cares about most.
Stay with me here. Two Earths abut one another, each with their own gravity and related laws. A large tower connects the two planets at their nearest point, allowing access to both, but rules of nature prevent intermingling (something about eventually combustion). What’s more, the rich ‘upstairs’ people don’t want to hang out with the poor ‘downstairs’ people. It’s a metaphor, get it? As it turns out, a boy from one Earth falls in love with a woman from the other.
To appease the biological mother of their adopted son on his wedding, a divorced couple pretends to be married, much to the dismay the father’s current girlfriend. And then there are other shenanigans, like someone being a virgin, another being dumped, and another having a weird fetish.
A trio of slow-witted bodybuilders in 1990’s Miami feel they deserve more from life, and stumble their way to kidnapping, extortion, and a variety of other crimes. Director Michael Bay will want you to know this is a true story, and I will want to let you know it doesn’t matter, and these characters are hysterically stupid.