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Does Joaquin Phoenix accurately depict French emperor Napoleon Bonaparte?
Next Goal Wins
Thomas Rongen becomes the head coach of the infamously bad American Samoa soccer team.
Annette Bening portrays long-distance swimmer Diana Nyad, who attempts to swim from Cuba to Florida.
Single mom Liza Drake finds success at a corrupt pharmaceutical start-up with a new opioid medication.
Larger-than-life attorney Willie E. Gary fights to save the business of a funeral home owner.
A computer nerd flips the script on Wall Street by driving up GameStop's stock value.
A Million Miles Away
Actor Michael Peña portrays José Hernández, a migrant farmworker who dreams of becoming an astronaut.
Rickey Hill dreams of playing big league baseball despite a seemingly insurmountable medical condition.
Meet the real Gran Turismo player who became an actual race car driver.
The Beanie Bubble
The Apple TV+ movie tells the story of toy salesman Ty Warner and the rise and fall of Beanie Babies.
The Christopher Nolan film explores the story of scientist J. Robert Oppenheimer, the father of the atomic bomb.
Sound of Freedom
An agent with Homeland Security quits his job in order to rescue children from human traffickers.
When two women with the same name are murdered a week apart, a police chief looks for a connection.
The Crowded Room
Tom Holland portrays Danny Sullivan, a character inspired by The Campus Rapist, Billy Milligan.
Did Richard Montañez create Flamin' Hot Cheetos, or is the film perpetuating a lie?
NSA translator Reality Winner leaks a classified intelligence report to The Intercept.
The movie chronicles the rise and fall of the world's first smartphone, dubbed "CrackBerry" by its users.
A Small Light
The Nat Geo miniseries tells the story of Miep Gies, one of the people who helped hide Anne Frank and her family.
The Pope's Exorcist
The Vatican's chief exorcist battles an evil that is unlike anything he's encountered.
Nike's Sonny Vaccaro (Matt Damon) wants to create a shoe around rookie Michael Jordan.
Henk Rogers (Taron Egerton) travels behind the Iron Curtain to secure the rights to the video game Tetris.
Reporter Loretta McLaughlin connects the murders and breaks the story of the Boston Strangler.
A community of teenage hippies in Southern California inspire a spiritual awakening in the early 1970s.
A 12-year-old boy is the sole survivor of a plane crash that kills 191 people, including his family.