Ghost Recon: Alpha sees a team led by Ghost Leader infiltrate a trade at a Russian depot between a general and a mysterious other figure.
Soldiers land on Caprini and confront diabolical villains.
We follow a squad of American paratroopers as they struggle to carry out a mission only one of them knows the real reason for undertaking. As tensions become heightened in the heat of battle, can you depend on the guy next to you, or is he not what he appears to be?
After the gruesome events on Caprini, Sharp and his elite team of tough, witty and trigger happy space Marines must now head out to the icy planet Mezzo to investigate further Ma'har activities. What they will encounter will defy their imaginations as they tackle giant man eating snow worms, an underground city of Cyborgs, a slew of murderous alien entities and maybe, finally, the ever elusive Ma'hars.
Can you ever feel love when you're only half alive?
After 20 years of intergalactic war, humanity must make a final stand against the Ma'har invaders. Dispatched to the treacherous deserts of Gauda Prime, Lieutenant Sharp (Anderson Bradshaw) and his unit must find and destroy the enemy's central weapon, the dreaded Ma'har dream machine. The obstacles are daunting- giant mutated creatures and an army of zombified sand troopers stand between the unit and their objective. They must thwart a devious politician (UFC Octagon Girl Edith Labelle in her screen debut) and her hideously disfigured mercenary, The Face (Lael Stellick.) Political intrigue will prove as challenging as the monstrous faun of Gauda Prime but Sharp's team are humanity's only fighting chance against the deadly Ma'har armada.
Bolivia has become a safe haven for the Santa Blanca, one of the most powerful cartels in the world. When a betrayal threatens to destroy everything the cartel has built, no one will escape their vengeance. War Within the Cartel is inspired by the Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands video game by Ubisoft and executive produced by Roberto Orci (Star Trek) and Orlando Jones (American Gods).
Late one evening Alex suddenly abandons his girlfriend, Simone, to pursue the beautiful Aimee. In his encounter with Aimee time and place dissolve for him and he becomes a stranger to Simone, to whom he cannot return.
Manuela and Olmo meet in a future as they had promised fifteen years earlier as teenagers, when they lived their first love. Based on this romantic situation, La Reconquista is in fact a film on a quest for time; or about the awareness of time: of time lost and time recovered; about what we remember about ourselves and what we don't remember; about the words, gestures and feelings to which we remain faithful, because they define and compel us today, yesterday and tomorrow.
Gwang-sik is a single father with a son and Hae-ra is a widow with a daughter. They get remarried and become one family. Gwang-sik's son Myeong-ho and Hae-ra's daughter Dal-rae are brother and sister but they end up having sex. Their parents notice something is wrong but they pretend they don't know anything. That's because Gwang-sik feels attracted to Dal-rae and Hae-ra feels attracted to Myeong-ho. They go on a family trip to Kangwondo. They end up colliding with their sexual desires for each other and in the end, their family is reconstructed.
Not Reconciled, the title of the Straubs’ first feature-length film, is engraved on their work like an inscription. It is a story about the continuity and collapse of history, the power of suppression, and the terror of reconciliation; loyalty, treason and revenge. In a brave cinematic game, Heinrich Böll’s story Billiards at Half-Past Nine is split up into cracks, blocks, breaks and sudden turns, as the life story of a German family, covering numerous generations, is propelled forward. Terms such as “interwar period” and “post-war period” are blown up with a single cut, word or click of a billiard ball. Not Reconciled remains one of the most important German film of the past fifty years.
A magistrate reconstructs the murder of Costas Ghoussis, a labourer who was killed by his wife and her lover.
Disconnect interweaves multiple storylines about people searching for human connection in today’s wired world. Through poignant turns that are both harrowing and touching, the stories intersect with surprising twists that expose a shocking reality into our daily use of technology that mediates and defines our relationships and ultimately our lives.
An elderly couple and a younger man and woman follow up failed seduction attempts with conversation about love and the meaning of life.
A prosecutor, policemen and teacher bring the students Vuica and Nicu to a restaurant to re-enact their drunken brawl there, and have it filmed to show the effects of alcoholism.
Inststamatic pictures − sewn in and reversed. These images were all very ordinary with typical scenes from a family album: vacations, trips abroad, family gatherings etc. The sewing threads in the pictures − coast sewn to ocean, clouds to sky or people sewn to each other − marks a way of codifying the emotional structures and relations in the images, thus controlling an interpretation of them and highlighting (while at the same time trying to bridge) the gap between image and reality.
A story about the desperation of a man leading a monotonous life. Interacting with people turns out to be impossible, and his routine has alienated his loved ones, among them, his 11-year-old son.
Eduardo (Diego Peretti) is an obsessive and efficient oil plant worker who finds his solitary routine is altered when summoned to travel to Ushuaia for a few days. The trip and reunion with an old friend and his family tested and make something in it is in motion allowing you rebuild your past, present and maybe the future.
A reconstructed view of the surroundings I had as a child. I place the camera in the space at different levels corresponding to different stages in my life as I grew up. Constant camera movements show objects from extreme close-up, a perspective alien to the eye opening up a microcosm which remains hidden to the normal observer.