Director: John Lee Hankok
Actors: Michael Kiton, Nick Offerman, John Carroll Lynch, Linda Cardellini
The true fan of the Bigmak with Frey potatoes should know everything about him, or rather about Ray Crok, the founder of the World McDonald’s Network. In just two hours of watching the film, you will learn how to breathe life into a village stall and turn it (without scandals it will not do) into a really large McDonald’s network. Tom Hanks lost, refusing to act in the film. Or maybe for the better, because Michael Kiton brilliantly emphasized the positive and negative sides of the ruthless businessman, who literally builds his empire on the heads of friends.
Director: Juan Antonio Bayon
Starring: Naomi Watts, Yuen McGregor, Tom Holland
It is difficult to imagine, and even more difficult to convey the feelings and emotions that a family faced during the 2004 tsunami caused by an earthquake in the Indian Ocean. They do not know whether their relatives are alive and whether the chance will appear again to find each other. Naomi Watts and Yuen McGregor play every emotion as well as sensitive supervision of a real family, which was present on the set throughout the shooting. In addition, many of the statists were real surviving after the tsunami.
“In the power of the elements” (2018)
Director: Baltazar Kormakur
Starring: Sheilin Woodley, Sam Claflin
Two lovers decide to overtake the luxurious yacht through the Atlantic. Further in the classics is a storm, and they are alone in the middle of the endless water surface. Only here everything is complicated by the fact that this is the real story of Tami Oldem-Eshcraft and one of the most terrifying hurricanes in history. Producers of the twin brothers Kendall-Hawaiians, divers and surfers, rowers who successfully removed Moana immediately rejected the idea of filming in the pool and dangled with a film crew at sea without visible land for 12 hours.
Director: Feng Xiaogan
Starring: Xu Fan, Zhang Jingch, Lee Chen
The film is based on the history of the Tanshan earthquake in 1976, which amazes not so much by scale, but as terrifying consequences. The consequences of not only physical, but also spiritual sense. Mother will face which of the two children to save, when you can save only 1. Will her heart find peace after that terrible night? The director holds the viewer with a firm hand for 2.5 hours, applying one emotional blow under the breath after another.
“For reasons of conscience” (2016)
Director: Mel Gibson
Starring: Andrew Garfield, Teresa Palmer, Vince Won
The Oscar -winning Mel Gibson’s Oscar -Minor received a ten -minute ovation at the Film Festival in Venice. Spectacular and dynamic cinema on real events about the Desmond Dossy, who, with God’s help, managed to save 75 colleagues during the battle for Okinawa. Although what to sin, one day the doss still had to pick up a weapon to wind the wounded hand to the rifle. Pulling his own, he did not forget to bandage the Japanese wounded American bandage along the way.