Vivarium with Jesse Eisenberg, Official Secrets with Keira Knightley and Ralph Fiennes, Primal with Nicolas Cage are some of the unreleased films in theaters, for rent in October on Rakuten.
In this difficult year, the service of streaming Rakuten has decided to recover some rental for October films that never made it to our theaters: in some cases they are feature films with a prominent cast, at least worthy of the attention of cinephiles and those who follow Hollywood stars.
This is certainly the case for example Official Secrets (from 9 October) with Keira Knightley and Ralph Fiennes, true story of Katharine Gun, a journalist who divulged the maneuvers of England and the United States to start the First Gulf War (1990-1991). Instead, it is a horror Vivarium (from 8), passed by the Cannes Film Festival 2019, where Jesse Eisenberg and Imogen Poots are a couple trapped in a mysterious house. The Nicolas Cage of Primal (starting September 29), where he plays a rare animal hunter, stranded on a freighter where the ferocious animals have been freed by a dangerous criminal.
Beware of The house of terror (from 29 September): it is “just” a story of friends locked up in a haunted house on Halloween, but it is written and directed by the authors of the A Quiet Place script, already very popular in America, namely Bryan Woods & Scott Beck.
Sentimental dramas are theEternal Beauty with Sally Hawkinks (in original version with subtitles from 2 October), the acclaimed About Rose with Jessie Buckley and Julie Walters (story of a Scottish singer, from 16) e The Photograph from October 31st, where two love stories revolve around the same character, between past and present. The protagonist is the Issa Rae of The Lovebirds.
Historical background films are instead Robert the Bruce – Warrior and king with Angus Macfadyen (from 1 October), on the Scottish king of the same name in the early fourteenth century, and He was my son (from September 29), true story of William Pitsenbarger (Jeremy Irvine), who rescued sixty marines during Vietnam: in the cast there are even Christopher Plummer, William Hurt, Ed Harris and Samuel L. Jackson.
And if you are interested in laughing, we would direct you to Casino House (from October 16), where the wild Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler are two broke parents who decide to open an illegal casino in the suburbs, impromptu.
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