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The Prince of Egypt


The movie is based on the story of Moses from the Bible. It follows Moses’ life as he faces challenges and trials while trying to free the Hebrews from slavery under the rule of the Egyptian Pharaoh.

The story begins when young Moses is saved from Pharaoh’s decree and grows up as a prince in Pharaoh’s palace. However, he eventually learns the truth about his origins and sets out to lead the Hebrews to freedom and the promised land, despite facing conflict with the Pharaoh and enduring challenging trials in the wilderness.

Themes of religion, identity, the pursuit of freedom, and accepting fate are explored in the movie. Its stunning animation and impactful music make it visually and emotionally compelling. “The Prince of Egypt” has proven to be popular among both children and adults, continuing to have an impact for decades.

The film won an Oscar for Best Original Song for “When You Believe”.

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse


The friendly neighborhood Spider-Man from Brooklyn teams up with Gwen Stacy to traverse through the multiverse, where he encounters Spider-People who protect their existence. But as the heroes argue over how to handle this new threat, Miles finds himself facing other Spider-People, forcing him to redefine what it means to be a hero so he can save the people he loves most.

Ruby Gillman, Teenage Kraken


Sweet, clumsy 16-year-old Ruby Gillman desperately tries to fit into life at Oceanside High, but most of the time, she feels invisible. She tutors her skateboarding crush in math, who seems to only admire Ruby as a friend, and Ruby can’t hang out at the beach with the popular kids because her overprotective supermom has forbidden Ruby from going into the water. But when Ruby breaks her mom’s most important rule, she discovers that she is the descendant of the kraken warrior queens, inheriting the crown from her domineering grandmother, the Warrior Queen of the Seven Seas.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem


For years, the turtle brothers have lived sheltered from the human world, but now they have decided to conquer the hearts of New Yorkers through their heroic deeds and be accepted as ordinary teenagers. With the help of their new friend April O’Neil, they fight against a mysterious criminal organization, but soon they face the ultimate challenge when a mutant army is unleashed upon them.

Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny


In 1944, during World War II, American archaeologist Indiana Jones and his colleague Basil Shaw are in Europe searching for artifacts stolen by the Nazis. They’re attempting to prevent Nazi scientist Jürgen Voller from acquiring the Archimedes Chronometer, a device capable of time travel. Voller and the chronometer ultimately vanish without a trace. Twenty-five years later, Indiana feels uneasy as the U.S. government decides to recruit former Nazis to assist in the space race against the Soviet Union. Voller, now known as a former Nazi and a NASA member involved in the Apollo lunar landing program, aims to make the world a better place by acquiring the Archimedes Chronometer. Indiana, along with his goddaughter Helena, embarks on a journey to seize the object before the world descends into real chaos.

PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie


When a magical meteorite crashes into Adventure Bay, it grants the PAW Patrol pups superpowers, transforming them into MIGHTY PUPS! For the smallest member of the team, Tracker, these new powers are a dream come true. However, things take a sour turn when the pups’ arch-enemy, Mayor Humdinger, escapes from jail and teams up with a mad scientist. Their goal is to steal the superpowers for themselves. With Adventure Bay’s fate hanging in the balance, the Mighty Pups must stop this villainous duo before it’s too late. And Tracker must learn that even the smallest pup can make a big difference.

Asteroid City


An assembly of students and their parents participating in a science competition has gathered for a youth stargazing event. However, the gathering is abruptly interrupted spectacularly due to world-altering events.

Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One


A Russian submarine named Sevastopol is unexpectedly destroyed in a treacherous close-quarters combat orchestrated by the exceptionally advanced The Entity artificial intelligence system installed during its testing phase on board. However, this AI has managed to break free from its constraints, traversing the data network to observe human daily life worldwide. Governments of major nations have become aware of its existence and immeasurable capabilities, seeking to gain control.

Yet, it requires two perfectly matched keys, separated and lost. IMF’s trusted agent Ethan Hunt and his team are tasked with finding this terrifying weapon that threatens humanity before it falls into the wrong hands. With the future and fate hanging in the balance, Ethan and his colleagues must confront numerous authorities and ghosts of the past to access their target.

Risto Räppääjä ja Sevillan saituri


Ricky Rapper is in for an astonishing surprise! He learns that he’s the future heir to a distant relative’s fortune. The miserly man residing in Seville has amassed a colossal wealth with grand castles, and soon all of it would belong to Ricky. Consequently, the rambunctious Ricky needs to be groomed into a sophisticated young gentleman whose behavior would befit even the court, but that’s not quite easy. However, Nelli starts to suspect that things aren’t quite as they seem and decides to take action. The grand, mysterious house where Ricky goes to meet his relative is filled with hair-raising secrets and peculiar servants. This delightful adventure pulls Aunt Peace, Elvi, and Lennart into thrilling twists and turns.

Apollo 11


Apollo 11 is an impressive documentary film that follows the journey of Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins to the moon and back. The film is entirely based on archival material, which documentary filmmaker Todd Douglas Miller has edited into a cohesive whole. Although the outcome of the journey is known, the film presents the historic mission with its surprises and keeps the audience engaged throughout.

The film consists solely of archival material, including 70 mm film footage that has not been previously released to the public. It does not have a narrator, interviews, or reenactments. The only exceptions are the animated sequences used to clarify the spacecraft’s route to the moon and back for the viewers.

Director: Todd Douglas Miller
Cast: Neil Armstrong, Mike Collins, Buzz Aldrin