"The Avengers: War of Infinity" and other film premieres of the week

The blockbuster, summing up the ten-year work of the Marvel studio, collected almost two dozen stars, sets hire records and clearly claims more. Spiderman and Ironman, Thor and Doctor Strange, Natasha Romanoff and Hulk will unite to confront the common enemy, the intergalactic tyrant Thanos, played by Josh Brolin. Obsessed with overpopulation, Thanos wants to reduce the population of the universe by exactly half. Fans of the Marvel universe will be pleased with timekeeping: “War of Infinity” takes two and a half hours. And this is only the first part, the second is waiting for exactly one year. Remove it will be the same brothers Rousseau.

"Dog Island"

The second full-length cartoon Wes Anderson.

Producer:Wes anderson

If an adult film fan and you can wait with impatience to rent a cartoon, then the director should be at least Miyazaki or Wes Anderson.

Anderson, a filmmaker with a charming sense of humor, who shot The Tenenbaum Family, Rushmore Academy, Grand Budapest Hotel, released his second full-length cartoon. Those who watched "The Unparalleled Mr. Fox" are already running to buy tickets.
The mayor of the Japanese city of Megasaki, a villain and catgiver, on the pretext of a dog flu refers the city dogs to a garbage island. An eleven-year-old brave little boy goes in search of his beloved dog, he is assisted by the already accustomed inhabitants of the dog island - experienced dogs Rex, Boss, Chef, Duke and King.

Wes Anderson is a master of visual retro-aesthetics, and not drawn, but puppet characters help him create a warm and nostalgic world.
It is best to watch "Dog Island" in the original voice acting, because superstars speak for the dogs: Bill Murray, Brian Cranston, Edward Norton, Scarlett Johansson and Liv Schreiber.


A military drama about the escape of prisoners from the concentration camp.

Producer:Konstantin Khabensky
Cast:Konstantin Khabensky, Christopher Lambert, Felice Yankell, Dainius Kazlauskas, Maria Kozhevnikova, Michalina Olshanska

The directorial debut of Konstantin Khabensky - war drama,based on the tragic event of the Second World War, the human feat - escape of prisoners from the Sobibor concentration camp located in south-eastern Poland. In October 1943, about four hundred prisoners under the leadership of leader Alexander Pechersky revolted and fled from the camp. Those who did not take part in the uprising were shot, about eighty people were killed during their escape, someone was found, and the locals handed someone over to the Germans. About fifty survived until the end of the war, among them was Alexander Pechersky. His role was played by Konstantin Khabensky himself.


A horror about a girl to whom someone else's skin took root.

Producer:Norbert Kyle
Cast:Rebecca Forsyth, Lucy Aron, Barbara Crampton, Sean Nopp, Adnan Maral

Indie horror, which is worth paying attention to because of the visual effects and melancholic soundtrack. Beautiful Kira notices that her skin begins to flake and look, as if the girl is a hundred years old. Appeal to doctors does not help, but the skin of other women has become the salvation.

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