Writer-director Shane Black (who wrote "Lethal Weapon") puts a killer spin on this slam-bang salute to old-school noir detective yarns. Robert Downey Jr. and Val Kilmer are superb as a hapless hood and a gay PI looking into a mysterious death involving the sister of Downey's high-school crush (Michelle Monaghan). This is Black's directorial debut, and he tips his hat to pulp master Raymond Chandler by naming each chapter of the film after a Chandler book title.
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When fugitive ex-con Dom Toretto returns to Los Angeles seeking the truth behind a high-profile crime, Agent Brian O'Conner reluctantly seeks out his help in order to take down a common enemy. Speeding from the streets of L.A. into the Mexican desert in convoy heists and precision tunnel crawls, Dom and Brian attempt to get their man while exploring thrilling new frontiers in the fine art of racing.
After decades of dreaming, a quartet of older women, who are dedicated football fans, finally decides to make a pilgrimage to the Super Bowl for the once-in-a-lifetime chance to meet their favorite player, noteworthy NFL mainstay Tom Brady. Along the way, a series of hijinks ensue.
Cantankerous and alone, widower Otto (Tom Hanks) spends his days critiquing his bemused neighbors, rarely holding back his scathing opinions. Much to his dismay, a boisterous young family moves into the house next door, challenging his sour personality and negative ideals. Otto then finds unexpected kinship with the members of the family that turns the tide in his lonely life. Marc Forster directs the comedy-drama based on the novel by Fredrik Backman. Co-starring Rachel Keller, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, and Cameron Britton.