Category Comedy

Downhill

When an apparently perfect family on ski vacation barely escapes an avalanche accident, a rethink takes place within the relatives...

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Minions- The Rise of Gru

The little yellow minions are once again up to mischief on the big screen. This time they are working hard to make Gru the greatest villain in the world...

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Free Guy

A bank teller (Ryan Reynolds) finds out that he actually lives in a video game...

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The Gentlemen

The drug lord Mickey Pearson (Matthew McConaughey) has built a small but fine empire for marijuana in London. From there it is easy for the Americans to distribute the material across the entire continent. In the meantime, however, he has reached a point in his life where he prefers to devote himself to his wife Rosalind (Michelle Dockery) in order to lead a legal life in the British upper class – but for this Mickey first needs a buyer for his plantations. The biggest contender is the filthy rich Matthew Berger (Jeremy Strong), who offers a lot of money for the well-hidden and distributed properties all over the country, but also requires certain guarantees. When half the underworld of London gets wind of it, not only Mickey, but especially his right hand Ray (Charlie Hunnam) has his hands full...

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Dolittle

Great Britain in the 19th century: Dr. Dolittle (Robert Downey Jr.) was once a famous doctor and veterinarian. But when he lost his wife seven years ago, he completely retired. He now lives like a hermit behind the high walls of his property, almost without contact with other people. Only his animals, with which the doctor can even speak, keep him company – such as the headstrong parrot lady Polynesia (voice: Emma Thompson), who supports Dolittle with advice and action, the cynical ostrich Plimpton (Kumail Nanjiani) or the always freezing polar bear Yoshi (John Cena). When young Queen Victoria (Jessie Buckley) falls seriously ill, Dolittle has no choice: he has to go out into the wide world to find the cure...

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Booksmart

Amy (Kaitlyn Dever) and Molly (Beanie Feldstein) are pretty nerds and real academic superstars. Molly is a vintage speaker and has a place in Yale almost certainly to study law there. Before Amy goes to an elite university, she plans to spend more time on development aid in Botswana. But the best friends have to realize on the eve of their high school graduation that they have learned too much and experienced too little. In short, while the two girlfriends bury their noses all over school in deep books and never party, they realize shortly before graduation, that they also make their Dauerfeiernden classmate to college. To top it off, these are not mediocre colleges, but Harvard! In a single night, they want to catch up on everything they missed and let it go...

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Little Monsters

Dave (Alexander England) is an unsuccessful street musician who actually accompanies his little nephew Felix (Diesel La Torraca) on a kindergarten excursion to an amusement park for one reason only: he pays off opportunities with the attractive educator Miss Caroline (Lupita Nyong’o) He tries to come closer in this way. However, that proves to be not so easy, because even the popular children’s entertainer Teddy McGiggle (Josh Gad) is on site – and has also cast an eye on the charming teacher. While the two men vie for the favor of their beloved, the day suddenly takes a tragic turn. Out of nowhere, a horde of zombies descend upon the guests of the amusement park...

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Gloria Bell

Mid-fifties Gloria (Julianne Moore) feels lonely since her divorce. Her children Anne (Caren Pistorius) and Peter (Michael Cera) have long since started their own lives – he with his newborn baby, her with her yoga classes and her hot new surfer friend. Gloria, who loves dancing, is starting to go to single parties all over Los Angeles. During the day, she struggles through her boring everyday life in the office and at night she beats the nights around her ears. During one of these nocturnal rambles she meets Arnold (John Turturro)...

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Fisherman’s Friends

Ten singing men from the fishing village of Port Isaac in Cornwall are visited by music producer Danny (Daniel Mays) and his ten buddies from London, who wants to win them for a record deal. It turns out that the action is just a joke on the part of his boss, but over time, the otherwise cynical Danny really believes that he could make a hit with the band. But first, Danny and his buddies stand out in the village, especially negative. The friends spend a bachelor weekend in the countryside and behave accordingly. At the latest when visitors from the big city have to be fished out of the water during stand-up paddling, they are on everyone’s lips. Their rescuers around fisherman Jim (James Purefoy) will see the boys back sooner than they suspect, because next to their work, they are shanties as “Fisherman’s Friends”. Spontaneously, Danny lodges at the Bed & Breakfast of Jim’s daughter Alwyn (Tuppence Middleton), so that she can compete better for the favor of the fishermen...

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Like a Boss

The two best friends Mia (Tiffany Haddish) and Mel (Rose Byrne) have built a cosmetics company from scratch and have since been financially overburdened. Soon, this is also noticeable in their account: they are overindebted and lead a life in the Dispo. They receive a takeover bid from iconic cosmetics firm Claire Luna (Salma Hayek), which is tempting, but challenges the friendship of Mel and Mia...

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