The daring new movie from the director of Blue Valentine, The Place Beyond the Pines is a sweeping emotional drama powerfully exploring the unbreakable bond between fathers and sons. Luke (Academy Award nominee Ryan Gosling) is in constant motion, a high-wire motorcycle stunt performer who travels from town to town with the carnival. Passing through Schenectady in upstate New York, he tries to reconnect with a former lover, Romina (Eva Mendes), only to learn that she has in his absence given birth to their son Jason.
From dawn to dusk, a few hours in the life of Monsieur Oscar, a shadowy character who journeys from one life to the next. He is, in turn, captain of industry, assassin, beggar, monster, family man...
A married couple (Sam Worthington and Keira Knightley) finds their union put to the ultimate test when the husband embarks on a business trip with a beautiful colleague (Eva Mendes) and the wife experiences an unexpected reunion with an old flame (Guillaume Canet). Knightley and Mendes join forces in this tantalizing and emotionally astute story of trust, lust and deception. Last Night is a brilliant evocation of all the grey zones of fidelity how a choice made in a mere instant can be of boundless and irrevocable consequence.
NYPD detectives Christopher Dawson and P.K. Highsmith (Dwayne Johnson and Samuel L. Jackson) are the baddest and the most beloved cops in New York City. They don’t get tattoos – other men get tattoos of them. Two desks over sit detectives Allen Gamble (Will Ferrell) and Terry Hoitz (Mark Wahlberg). They are not heroes, they are “the other guys”. Gamble is perfectly happy with the situation, but Hoitz hates it, as this is a punishment for his overly fast trigger finger.
In Werner Herzog’s new film BAD LIEUTENANT: PORT OF CALL NEW ORLEANS, Nicolas Cage plays a rogue detective who is as devoted to his job as he is at scoring drugs — while playing fast and loose with the law. He wields his badge as often as he wields his gun in order to get his way. In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina he becomes a high—functioning addict who is a deeply intuitive, fearless detective reigning over the beautiful ruins of New Orleans with authority and abandon. Complicating his tumultuous life is the prostitute he loves (played by Eva Mendes).
New York, 1988: A new breed of narcotics has swept the great city, bringing with it a ferocious crime wave more terrifying than any in recent memory. Outmanned and outgunned by the new criminal order, the police find themselves burying one of their own at the rate of two a month. An all-out war rages, threatening to engulf guilty and innocent alike. Bobby Green (Joaquin Phoenix) is caught in the crossfire. Manager of a Russian nightclub in Brighton Beach frequented by gangsters like Vadim Nezhinski (Alex Veadov), Bobby keeps his distance, not wanting to get involved.
In order to save his dying father, young stunt cyclist Johnny Blaze (Nicolas Cage) sells his soul to Mephistopheles (Peter Fonda) and sadly parts from the pure-hearted Roxanne Simpson (Eva Mendes), the love of his life. Years later, Johnny's path crosses again with Roxanne, now a gogetting reporter, and also with Mephistopheles, who offers to release Johnny's soul if Johnny becomes the fabled, fiery Ghost Rider, a supernatural agent of vengeance and justice.