Movies on board – October’19

on Oct 1, 2019 in Automatic Pilot | No Comments


Director Danny Boyle and scriptwriter Richard Curtis present this charming comedy about a young musician struggling to make it. When a mysterious blackout happens, Jack finds himself the only person on the planet who knows the Beatles’ music, using it to catapult his career to world stardom.

by Dannny Boyle > starring Himesh Patel, Lily James > 116 min.



French comedy with Guillaume de Tonquédec playing a farmer on the verge of ruin, who risks everything with a mad idea: promoting his chickens in social media videos to save his ailing business.

by Mélanie Auffret > starring Guillaume de Tonquédec, Léa Drucker > 85 min.



An Indian, German and American co-production about a young photographer who makes his living on the streets of Mumbai. Pressured by his traditional family (especially his grandmother) to find a girl to marry, Rafi convinces a shy stranger to pretend to be his fiancée. However, the trick quickly leads to a connection that neither had envisaged…

by Ritesh Batra > starring Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Sanya Malhotra > 110 min.



Action comedy, starring Dave Bautista (Guardians of the Galaxy) and Kumail Nanjiani, about a detective pursuing a dangerous terrorist group who recruits a quiet Uber driver to help him, despite the poor’s man’s obvious reluctance.

by Michael Dowse > starring Dave Bautista, Kumail Nanjiani > 93 min.


Godzilla: King of the Monsters

Once again, the fate of the planet and humanity is endangered when the mythical sea monster Godzilla emerges from the ocean depths. However, rivals like Mothra, Rodan and King Gidorah also appear, and this time even the Monarch agency seem unable to prevent a battle between them.

by Michael Dougherty > starring Millie Bobby Brown, Kyle Chandler > 132 min.


Spiderman: Far from Home

In this, the first Marvel film after the Infinity War against the evil Thanos, our hero Spiderman now has to make his mark in a world forever different. However, just when Peter Parker wanted to holiday in Europe with his workmates, a new threat follows him far from home.

by Jon Watts > starring Tom Holland, Zendaya > 129 min.


Toy Story 4 

Twenty-four years after revolutionising film animation, Pixar presents the fourth chapter of the most famous and endearing big screen toy saga. Now that Andy has grown up and has no interest in his old plastic friends, Woody, Buzz and the other toys have to adapt to a new situation and owner…

by Josh Cooley > starring Tom Hanks, Tim Allen > 100 min.


by Pedro Silva


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Danny Boyle is one of the most interesting directors of his generation, known for his capacity to excel in various cinematic genres. Having started his career in British television, he got the world’s attention with his second feature film, Trainspotting (1996). Oscars success would come a few years later, with Best Director for Slumdog Millionaire (2008). In 2010, he was nominated for Best Movie and Best Adapted Screenplay for 127 Hours.


One of the most successful British screenwriters ever, Richard Curtis also started out in television, making a name for himself with Blackadder and Mr. Bean. He has written for classics films, such as Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994), Notting Hill (1999), Love, Actually (2003, also as director) and About Time (2013).


The Beatles' connection to cinema has always been very strong with five official films: A Hard Day's Night, Help!, Magical Mystery Tour, Yellow Submarine and Let It Be. In addition to these, there have also been dozens of documentaries and movies inspired by the band, such as the musical Across the Universe (2007).

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