Richard Gere is a fascinating portrait in brazen panache as disgraced author and con artist Clifford Irving, who tricked the public in the early 1970s by claiming to have written an "authorized" biography of eccentric billionaire Howard Hughes. Marcia Gay Harden is excellent as Irving's misguided wife, and Alfred Molina gives a captivating performance as the author's right-hand man, who's fully aware that Irving has something up his sleeve. Directed by Lasse Hallstrom. Julie Delpy, Hope Davis.
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In the late eighteenth century, the Kingdom of Dahomey, armed with wealth, political influence, and a ruthless army, flourished as one of Africa's most powerful states. Yet as greedy European merchants encroached upon Africa, seeking riches at the brutal, heartless expense of its people, fierce warrior Nanisca (Viola Davis) inspires her king, Ghezo (John Boyega), to stand against the Europeans to uphold the freedom of their people. Gina Prince-Bythewood directs the historical epic inspired by true events. Co-starring Lashana Lynch, Hero Fiennes Tiffin, and Thuso Mbedu.
A sombre vampire mesmerises a young reporter with the story of his ghastly transformation from grieving aristocrat to immortal monster, beginning in 18th-century New Orleans with his first encounters with the charismatic and decadent bloodsucker Lestat. The two vamps remain deeply, if reluctantly, connected over the years, while becoming intimately involved with others of their kind.