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More adventures with Scott Lang and Hope Van Dyne.
Believed to be about the Flashpoint comic book storyline where Barry Allen (a.k.a. The Flash) wakes up in an unrecognizable world. He doesn't have the super speed power anymore and the Justice League doesn't exist.
The immigrant to riches story of how Flamin' Hot Cheetos came to life. His initial idea sparks a billion-dollar brand and catapults him from janitor to elite corporate executive.
Centers on Captain Marvel, aka Carol Danvers, an air force pilot whose DNA is fused with that of an alien, giving her superhuman strength and the ability to fly.
A high schooler who is plagued with social anxiety concocts a story to become closer to the family of a deceased classmate.
Two sisters live in France at the beginning of World War II. The older sister, Vianne Mauriac, says goodbye to her husband, who's heading off to fight in the war. She and her daughter become prisoners in their own home after it's requisitioned by German forces, and Vianne is faced with making impossible choices to save her family. Her younger sister, Isabelle, is an 18-year-old girl who falls for a young man who eventually betrays her. She then joins the Resistance and begins risking her life to save others.
Revolves around sword, sorcery, chivalry and creatures.
A young woman brought up in the foster care system learns to overcome her troubled by past by communicating through the Victorian art of flower arrangement. She ultimately is able to reconcile with the only mother she has ever known and accept the love of a flower vendor.
A sci-fi action-adventure and the definitive origin story of Buzz Lightyear (voice of Chris Evans)—the hero who inspired the toy. The film reveals how a young test pilot became the Space Ranger that we all know him to be today.
Famed archaeologist and explorer Indiana Jones returns in a fifth movie.
Laurie Strode is still dealing with Michael Myers in a new installment of the classic horror franchise.
Set ten years after the first movie with Giselle finding herself questioning her happily ever after, and accidentally triggering events that make everyone's lives turn upside down in both the real world and in the animated kingdom of Andalasia.
In 1941, U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt defined the "Four Essential Freedoms," the basis for the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights. But there is a fifth: The Freedom to protect the other four by any means necessary. As an elite Splinter Cell agent, Sam Fisher (Tom Hardy) is given the Fifth Freedom to protect and safeguard freedom across the world.
A musical inspired by the Sesame Street theme song - the lead characters get lost in NYC and try to find their way back to Sesame Street.