The noble Atreides are charged with taking over the desert planet Arrakis and production of the valuable commodity Spice from the cruel Harkonnens. And do you think the Harkonnens are happy about this? Are they foop! Lies are told and slaps are thrown. Stuck in the middle are the indigenous Fremen who just want to be left alone to live in (or under) the sand. Can anyone bring peace to the planet and end the bloodshed? Paul, maybe?
Hugh Glass (Leonardo DiCaprio) is a scout in the 1820s for an expedition on the hunt for furs. After being attacked and mauled by a bear, Glass is left for dead by his associates. But he doesn’t die and slowly crawls his way back to camp, all the time dreaming up ways to exact his revenge
30 odd years after the Empire was defeated, The First Order – basically a newer, snazzier version of the Empire – has come to power and threatens to destroy all who oppose them. It’s up to the Resistance (nee Rebellion) to join up with some familiar faces (and some new sexy ones) to put a stop to the baddies evil shenanigans.
Andrew (Miles Teller) is a mild mannered music student with dreams of becoming the best drummer that ever lived. Attending a prestigious music school he is tutored by the relentlessly cruel Fletcher (J.K. Simmons) who will stop at nothing in an attempt to get the best from his students
Desperate, all round creepy dude Louis Bloom (Jake Gyllenhaal) gives up a life of petty theft to become a freelance news camera man, providing (and sometimes creating) video footage of gruesome crimes and accidents to a network news company with an amoral director (Renne Russo)