A former Marine turned doorman at a luxury New York City high-rise must outsmart and battle a group of art thieves and their ruthless leader — while struggling to protect her sister's family. As the thieves become increasingly desperate and violent, the doorman calls upon her deadly fighting skills to end the showdown.
A black-ops assassin is forced to fight for her own survival after a job goes dangerously wrong.
Jessica Chastain plays Ava, an assassin working for a mysterious company who doesn't really appreciate the fact that she talks to her targets. When she begins questioning herself, she goes home to see her family and ends up in a struggle for her life.
Ava is the main focus of the movie, but we also get introduced to her mother, sister, ex-boyfriend, and handler throughout the movie. Each has its own issues with Ava, but the one closest to her is Duke, her handler and trainer. Her mother is in the story for really no reason other than backstory for Ava's character.
The sister, Judy, is a little more involved with her overall and might be the closest thing to a full secondary character. The ex-boyfriend, Michael, comes in a close third. There are no deep character connections in this movie, but the characters all do a good job moving the story forward.
In a time when monsters walk the Earth, humanity’s fight for its future sets Godzilla and Kong on a collision course that will see the two most powerful forces of nature on the planet collide in a spectacular battle for the ages.
Godzilla vs. Kong 2021, coming to HBO Max on March 31, is the follow-up to Godzilla King of the Monsters (2019), Kong Skull Island (2017), and Godzilla (2014).
A woman flees two serial killers who are hot on her heels in a forest.
The company of wolves is better than that of man." Once upon a frenzied time, Woman meets Man. Woman dances with Man. The man kisses Woman. Man grips Woman. Woman escapes Man. Man chases Woman - nothing new. Or is there?