The Social Network

Jesse Eisenberg stars as Mark Zuckerberg, exploring the contentious beginnings of Facebook, its legal battles, and the complexities of its founder.

The Favourite 

 A darkly comedic look into the reign of Queen Anne, portrayed by Olivia Colman, revealing the intricate political and personal dynamics of the 18th-century British monarchy.

The Queen

 Helen Mirren delivers an Oscar-winning performance as Queen Elizabeth II, focusing on the royal family's response to Princess Diana's death and the changing public perception of the monarchy.

The Right Stuff 

This film chronicles the journey of the Mercury Seven astronauts, capturing the dawn of the American space program and the pilots who became the first Americans in space.

Young Mr. Lincoln

Henry Fonda plays Abraham Lincoln, focusing on his early years as a lawyer, long before becoming President, and his first major legal case.

Yankee Doodle Dandy

 James Cagney stars as George M. Cohan, a renowned figure in the entertainment industry, showcasing his rise from vaudeville to Broadway success.


 A dramatized portrayal of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's life and rivalry with Antonio Salieri, capturing his musical genius and personal struggles.


Philip Seymour Hoffman plays Truman Capote, focusing on his deep involvement in the story of the Clutter family murder, which inspired his novel "In Cold Blood."

The King's Speech

 Colin Firth portrays King George VI, detailing his struggle with a stutter and the unexpected journey to the throne, emphasizing his relationship with speech therapist Lionel Logue.

Coal Miner's Daughter

Sissy Spacek portrays Loretta Lynn, following her life from teenage years to becoming a country music star, and her friendship with Patsy Cline