HBO Releases: All Movies Dec. 14-20 – Movie News

‘The Great Budapest Hotel’, ‘The Theory of Everything’, ‘What to Expect When You’re Expecting’, ‘Chronicle’ … Discover all the titles added to the streaming platform’s catalog this week.

Yo, Daniel Blake, The theory of everything, El gran Hotel Budapest, What to expect when you’re expecting, Colossal, Pear cake with lavender… As every week, HBO adds new titles to its catalog and in SensaCine We have compiled the films that you can choose from to enjoy a great home theater session.

Netflix Releases: The movies that are released from December 14 to 20

Then see all movies premiering on HBO the week of December 14-20:

Yo, Daniel Blake

Daniel Blake He is a carpenter in his 60s who is forced, for the first time in his life, to go to social services after falling ill with heart problems. It is then that the protagonist is trapped in a bureaucratic labyrinth. On his odyssey he meets Katie, a single mother with a complicated personal situation. Together they will try to overcome this difficult moment. Ken Loach directs I, Daniel Blake, starring Dave Johns, Hayley Squires and Dylan McKiernan.

Premiere: December 15.

Read the review of Yo, Daniel Blake.

Stefan Zweig: Goodbye to Europe

Maria Schrader directs Stefan Zweig: Goodbye to Europe, a biographical film about the famous Jewish writer and social activist who was forced to flee his country under the Nazi regime. After passing through different territories, Zweig lived his last days in Brazil, where he committed suicide. Josef Hader, Barbara Sukowa and Aenne Schwarz star in the film.

Premiere: December 15.

Colossal

Gloria he is not going through his best moment. Her boyfriend has abandoned her and she has lost his job. To change of scene, he decides to leave New York and return to the place where he spent his childhood. Meanwhile, the news reports that a gigantic monster is destroying Seoul. At that time when the protagonist discovers that she is connected with that being and the only way to stop it is for her to put her ideas in order. Nacho Vigalondo directs Colossal, starring Anne Hathaway, Jason Sudeikis and Dan Stevens.

Premiere: December 15.

Read the review of Colossal.

Pear cake with lavender

Eric Besnard conducts Pear cake with lavender, a romantic comedy starring Virginie Efira, Benjamin Lavernhe and Lucie Fagedet. Louise She is a widowed woman and mother of two children living in the heart of Provence. His routine is disrupted after suffering an accident in which he almost runs over a man. Her encounter with this stranger will lead her to rethink her life and to think that he could be the change she has been waiting for.

Premiere: December 15.

In the milky way

A Serbian milkman must cross the front on the back of his donkey every day during the Balkan War. His mission is to bring milk to the soldiers and, despite the conflict, his life is quite peaceful. Everything changes when he meets an Italian woman who turns her life upside down. Emir Kusturica directs and stars In the milky way, a film that has Monica Bellucci and Sloboda Micalovic in its cast.

Premiere: December 15.

Read the review of In the milky way.

El gran Hotel Budapest

Gustave H, a concierge at a famous hotel, and the adventures he lives with Zero Moustafa, a bellboy who becomes your friend, are the core of El gran Hotel Budapest, film directed by Wes Anderson. In the film, everything is in order until a valuable painting is stolen and a family dispute over an inheritance occurs. Ralph Fiennes, Tony Revolori and F. Murray Abraham star in the film.

Premiere: Dec. 18.

Read the review of El gran Hotel Budapest.

The theory of everything

Directed by James Marsh, The theory of everything tells the story of the leading science theorist and popularizer Stephen Hawking. Specifically, the film focuses on the relationship that Hawking had with his wife Jane Wilde and how his illness has evolved since his diagnosis. Eddie Redmayne, Felicity Jones and Tom Prior star in the film.

Premiere: Dec. 18.

Read the review of The theory of everything.

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Chronicle

After three teenagers come into contact with a mysterious substance, they begin to develop superpowers. The film chronicles how this group must confront their personal problems and the use they make of their abilities to confront them. Josh Trank conducts Chronicle, starring Dane DeHaan, Ale Russell and Michael B. Jordan.

Premiere: Dec. 18.

Read the review of Chronicle.

What to expect when you’re expecting

Kirk Jones dirige What to expect when you’re expecting, a film that tells the stories of a series of couples on their way to motherhood and fatherhood and how that stage is different for each of them. Cameron Diaz, Jennifer Lopez, Elizabeth Banks and Anna Kendrick star in the film.

Premiere: Dec. 18.

Read the review of What to expect when you’re expecting.

Mad World


Tung, a financial analyst diagnosed with bipolar disorder, must remain in the care of his father after being expelled from a mental institution. Wong Chun conducts Mad World, starring Shawn Yue, Eric Tsang, and Elaine Jin.

Premiere: Dec. 18.

Doraemon and the birth of Japan

The most famous cosmic cat on television stars Doraemon and the birth of Japan, an animated film in which Doraemon and his friends travel back in time, right at the time when Japan was created. Shinnosuke Yakuwa directs this film, which has the voices of Wasabi Mizuta, Yumi Kakazu and Kimura Subaru in its cast.

Premiere: Dec. 18.

Master Moley By Royal Invitation


A mole picks up a rose from the Jardines de la Reina. This simple act will change his life and that of all moles like him. Leon Joosen directs this animated film that features the voices of Gemma Arterton, Joseph Balderrama and Calum Callaghan.

Premiere: Dec. 18.

K-19: The Widowmaker

Kathryn Bigelow dirige K-19: The Widowmaker, starring Harrison Ford, Liam Neeson and Peter Sarsgaard. In the middle of the Cold War, the captain of the K-19 submarine discovers that the main reactor’s cooling system is failing. This error in the installations can cause a terrible explosion. Alone and isolated from the rest of the world, the crew will have to face this major crisis that could escalate the current conflict.

Premiere: December 20th.

Read the review of K-19: The Widowmaker.

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HBO Releases: All Movies Dec. 14-20 – Movie News