The naive, 15-year-old Holly Sargis (Sissy Spacek) joins her 20-something greaser boyfriend, Kit Carruthers (Martin Sheen), in a killing spree across the upper Midwest.
In 1916, Bill (Richard Gere), his girlfriend Abby (Brooke Adams) and his sister Linda (Linda Manz) travel to the Texas panhandle and work for the aging Farmer (Sam Shepard). Bill, convinced he can finally escape poverty, pressures Abby to marry the Farmer so they can inherhit his estate, but what follows is a story of deceit, jealousy and unexpected love.
An ensemble cast and multiple perspectives make up the recounting of the events in the Guadalcanal Campaign in the Pacific theatre during World War Two. Soldiers and generals alike grapple with questions of life, fidelity, honor, service, and duty in the face of an unrelenting enemy.
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1607: Captain John Smith (Colin Farrell) arrives in a trio of English ships with a charter to found the settlement of Jamestown, Virginia in pre-colonized North America. But clashes with the existing Powhatan tribe threaten the fragile relationship Smith has formed with the chief’s daughter, Pocahontas (Q’orianka Kilcher).
The genesis of life on earth is juxtaposed with the memories of man’s (Sean Penn) childhood in Waco, Texas in the 1950s. Through these early years, he learns about life, death, innocence, and faith from his authoritarian father (Brad Pitt) and more forgiving mother (Jessica Chastain).
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After falling in love in Paris, Marina (Olga Kurylenko) and Neil (Ben Affleck) struggle to keep their relationship alive when the move to Oklahoma. Meanwhile, Father Quintana (Javier Bardem) experiences a crisis of faith, and Jane (Rachel McAdams) struggles to keep her business afloat.
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Rick (Christian Bale), a Hollywood screenwriter, embarks on a journey of decadence though Los Angeles and Las Vegas. In his search for self-discovery, he encounters figures from his past as well as his present, each pushing him towards a final conclusion.
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The history of the universe, from the beginning of time to the beginnings of human civilization and beyond, is explored in this expansive celebration of existence and the cosmos.