March of the Penguins 2: The Call
After 2 months of shooting in unique conditions in Antarctica last winter, Luc Jacquet returns with a new film shot mostly in 4K, with unseen submarine and droneshots. This new story sees a young penguin about to embark on his first journey, following the mysterious call that compels every penguin, when winter falls, to set out for an unknown destination. Through the eyes and memories of his 45-year-old elder, we will contemplate this decisive moment, this magnetic call: we will follow our penguin closely during his enthralling journey, focusing on his doubts, his fears, and the challenges that face him at every step… March of the Penguins 2: The Call tells the destiny of one penguin whose powerful and mysterious instinct enables him to survive...
Let’s Go, Jets!
Hikari Tomonaga (Suzu Hirose) enrolls at Fukui Chuo High School, and joins its cheer dance club for the sole reason of cheering on a boy she has known from their junior high days. However, the club’s coach Kaoru Saotome (Yuki Amami) is a harsh and no-nonsense task master who suddenly declares: “Our aim is to become U.S. champions! No fringes or boyfriends allowed!” As older students quickly quit the club, the presence of Hikari’s teammate Ayano (Ayami Nakajo) encourages her to stick to the club for the time being. Will the club achieve their goal of becoming U.S. champions? These ordinary schoolgirls set off on a long journey towards making their dream a reality.
In Korea, where job crunch is becoming a major issue, 35-year-old Yeong-sil is a desperate woman who is more than ready for a full-time job. Yeong-sil has obtained all kinds of certification including military training. Finally, she gets a call from the National Security Agency to be their intern. Her joy; however, does not last long and she is asked to leave.
She accidentally discovers that her boss was scammed of half a million dollars from a phishing centre. Instinctively, she realises that this is her chance, and she makes a deal with her boss. If she can successfully retrieve her boss’s money, she will get a full-time job. As an undercover spy, Yeong-sil starts work at the phishing centre. Will she find the criminal and finally get a full-time job?
The Amanto, aliens from outer space, have invaded Earth and taken over feudal Japan. As a result, a prohibition on swords has been established, and the samurai of Japan are treated with disregard.
One man, Gintoki Sakata (Shun Oguri), still possesses the heart of the samurai, although from his love of sweets and work as a yorozuya, one might not expect it. Accompanying him in his jack-of-all-trades line of work are Shinpachi Shimura (Masaki Suda), a bespectacled boy with a strong heart; Kagura (Kanna Hashimoto), a young girl with a seemingly bottomless stomach, as well as Sadaharu, their oversized pet dog. Of course, these odd jobs are not always simple, as they have frequent run-ins with the police, ragtag rebels, and assassins, often leading to humorous but unfortunate consequences. Who said life as an errand boy was easy?
In Tokyo, man-eating monsters called “ghouls” run rampant. The populace has become fearful of these creatures, who hide themselves among ordinary people, and remain shrouded in mystery. Kaneki (Masataka Kubota) is an ordinary university student. He frequents a coffee house called Antique, where one day he meets a girl named Rize (Yu Aoi). Little does he know that this encounter will drastically alter the course of his destiny. What does the future hold for Kaneki, who struggles to contain his curiosity regarding the existence of these bizarre entities that take the lives of humans to ensure their own survival?
Journey to China: The Iron Mask Mystery
The two iconic action heroes (Jackie Chan & Arnold Schwarzenegger) join forces for a big-budget blockbuster (USD$48 million) that has been eagerly anticipated for years.
The English traveller Jonathan Green (Jason Flemyng) receives from Peter the Great an order to map the Russian Far East. Once again he sets out for a long journey full of incredible adventures that will eventually lead him to China. The cartographer will unexpectedly face a lot of breath-taking discoveries, encounter bizarre creatures, meet with Chinese princesses, and confront deadly martial arts masters and even the king of all dragons - the Dragon King. What could be more dangerous than meeting eye to eye with Viy, except doing it again? What would be stronger this time - a staunch skepticism of the scientist or the old black magic that has seized power of Eastern lands?