The past missteps of the Avengers are deemed unacceptable by the world’s leaders and a decision is made that the group should no longer function autonomously. This means heavy sanctioning and never-ending political interference. An explosive rivalry unfolds between Captain America (Chris Evans) and Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) and sides are chosen. To make matters worse, a new villain emerges who threatens to tear the Avengers a part for good.
Fed up with the increased violence of the community, Calvin and his team set out to prove that the hood is more than just a place with crime, it is a home to many and a place where goodness exists and change for the better is possible.
Miracles from Heaven tells the real-life story of the Beam family whose lives are turned upside down when their middle daughter is diagnosed with a terminal illness. The film follows the challenges that the Beams face, from the testing of their faith to the miraculous way that God works in their lives and allows them to share their story with the world.
Zootopia is a place where all animals, both predators and prey, live and work in harmony and peace. However, everything is not as it seems and it is up to Judy and her unlikely companion Nick Wilde to expose the corruption and injustice within the city and set things right.
This film is heart-wrenching and heart-warming at the same time. The best way to describe it is to say that for every tear shed or pang of sadness felt, there is a laugh that soon follows.
CREED does what many seasoned franchises fail to do successfully, and that is seamlessly bridge the generational gap that exists among movie goers.