Pakistan-born comedian Kumail Nanjiani and grad student Emily Gardner fall in love but struggle as their cultures clash. When Emily contracts a mysterious illness, Kumail finds himself forced to face her feisty parents, his family's expectations, and his true feelings.
1998, Nalchik. A Jewish family is in trouble: the youngest son and his bride do not come home, and in the morning, a ransom note arrives. The ransom is so high that the family is forced not... See full summary »
Young Tony decides to return to his hometown. There, he discovers his father has returned to France claiming to miss his friends and country of origin. Tony ends up becoming a teacher, and finds himself amid conflicts and inexperience.
Elle Fanning's third film with three multigenerational women at the center. The first two were "About Ray" (2015) and "20th Century Women" (2016). See more »
During the first dining scene three out of four students hold their fork with their right hand. It is highly unlikable they would have not been taught that proper table manners demand you hold your fork with your left hand as it is done by the two adult teachers. See more »
John McBurney(Colin Ferrall) is an injured soldier who seeks refuge at a female southern boarding school.
I do not understand why this movie is getting the rating it has. I went to see it in theaters because it was average a 70, so i thought it would be semi decent. Never have i seen a film so boring, where it ended and i asked that's it ? It was bland at best and lacking of suspense and any form of emotion. Spock's monotone demeanor is more thrilling and entertaining than this. The biggest regret is that i cannot get the time i spent sitting there, thinking it will get better, back. Skip this movie, unless you want to fall asleep then by all means. The one thing that made this movie entertaining at the theater, was an old man who shouted "That sucked" after it was done.
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