Peter Rabbit (2018)

Beatrix Potter’s classic tales of a white-tailed young rabbit and the farmer of his favorite patch of garden have a new twist now that there’s a friendly neighbor right next door. In order to befriend her, Peter and Mr. McGregor must try to outwit each other without revealing their long-lasting feud and losing the affectionate attention of their neighbor. This only leads each to go to greater lengths in order to be the one who comes out on top of their rivalry.

 

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In the fade

Katja married drug dealer Nuri while he was serving time in prison and later gave birth to their son Rocco. After serving his time, Nuri has maintained a straight-and-narrow life as an administrator at a tax office. Despite his being reformed, though, Nuri is killed in a bombing along with Rocco. When Katja begins to feel like justice won’t be served through the legal system, she seeks revenge against the people who killed her husband and son.

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Forever My Girl

When he was young man, Liam Page walked out on the love of his life. He never stopped regretting that decision. Ten years later, Liam is a country music star and a celebrity who’s known around the world. He has a lot of money and a huge fan following, but his heart remains broken. He’s still overwhelmed with the loss of Josie. His most popular songs speak about his regrets and feelings for her. When an opportunity to return home comes up, Liam follows the overwhelming urge to apologize and win back Josie’s heart. Can he ever regain her trust?

 

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The Post

This historical drama is based on the events surrounding the release of the Pentagon Papers, documents which detailed the history of the United States’ political and military involvement in Vietnam. The story centers on Kay Graham, the first female newspaper publisher in the country (specifically of the Washington Post), as well as her tough editor, Ben Bradlee. The two become involved in an unprecedented power struggle between journalists and the government, exposing a cover-up that has spanned four different American presidencies.

 

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