The Kovalev family is going through hard times: dad, a former captain of the local Taiga hockey club, cannot recover from a serious injury, and mom has to cope with the role of the head of the family. Daughter in the midst of a crisis of transitional age, the youngest son has no friends. And when a boy brings into the house a tiny bear cub that has strayed from a bear on the outskirts of the city, their world begins to burst at the seams.
The sought-after and spoiled actor Slava loses everything at once - contracts, popularity, good relations with his family. However, the protagonist does not give up and, together with his agent, comes up with a dangerous adventure - to bury himself alive in order to resurrect his career and start from scratch.
A dark, dark comedy of manners, set on a rainy evening at the swanky country home of Pierre (Kropf) and Emily (Fischer), who have invited installation artist Darlene (Withers) and Ricky (Fielding), a local furniture designer and builder, to dinner. Each character has an agenda that is ultimately thwarted. Based on the original play by Brenda Withers.
Lenny Bruce's depiction on film did not start or end with Bob Fosse's Lenny (1974). Through these other often offbeat cinematic incarnations, this essay piece considers how Lenny Bruce was the perfect Bob Fosse subject, and how Fosse's focus on the lives of performers invigorated his portrait of the controversial, trail-blazing comic.
IMAX presents QUEEN ROCK MONTREAL – digitally re-mastered for the first time into the image and sound quality of The IMAX Experience®️, including 12-channel surround sound and crystal-clear images. Experience rock & roll royalty with Freddie Mercury, Brian May, Roger Taylor, and John Deacon as they take to the stage in an historic and exhilarating live concert from 1981. One of the world’s most iconic rock bands performs an unforgettable setlist of their greatest hits including “We Will Rock You,” “Somebody To Love,” “Under Pressure,” Bohemian Rhapsody,” “Another One Bites the Dust,” and “We Are The Champions.” This is Queen like you’ve never seen before in a larger-than-life, front row concert experience – only in IMAX.
Horny Teenagers Must Die is an over-the-top homage to '80s slasher fare with a difference, pitting a tale of sexual intrigue and weekend hedonism against a violent and bloody dead-teens-in-the-woods backdrop. A group of recent high school graduates head out into the woods for a weekend of sex, drugs and booze-drenched debauchery...only to meet their maker at the hands of a demented killer who uses anything from farm tools to sex toys in a non-stop orgy of eye-popping slaughter. Part pitch black comedy, part body count horror, Horny Teenagers Must Die. fuses the narrative structure of the Friday the 13th movies with the caustic wit of Heathers and the gory, anarchic insanity of cult classics like Re-Animator, Street Trash, Cabin Fever and The Evil Dead.
A seemingly simple taxi ride across Paris evolves into a profound meditation on the realities of the driver, whose personal life is in shambles, and his fare, an elderly woman whose warmth belies her shocking past.