The mystifying lives of the five Lisbon sisters are told through the perspective of a group of neighborhood boys, who are captivated by the girls’ enigmatic nature and the isolation imposed by their parents.
The chance encounter and friendship between fading American movie star Bob Harris (Bill Murray) and recent college graduate Charlotte (Scarlett Johansson) in a Tokyo hotel leads them to examine the disillusionment they feel for their current positions in life.
14-year-old Maria Antonia (Kirsten Dunst) is thrust into a life of decadence and splendor when she marries Louis XVI (Jason Schwartzman), becoming the queen consort of France. Rambunctious and highly stylized, the film has been both celebrated and criticized for its loose adaptation of Antoinette’s life.
While recuperating at the Chateau Marmont, actor Johnny Marco (Stephen Dorff) lives a hollow life filled with drinking, drugs and sex. But when his 11-year-old daughter Cleo (Elle Fanning) unexpectedly arrives, he’s forced to reexamine his role as a father and his so-called successful life.
Based on actual events, the film follows a group of teenagers living in the suburbs of Los Angeles whose mundane existence is electrified when they begin to rob the homes of celebrities. They’re eventually thrown in over their heads into a tangle of lies.
Bill Murray wanders through the Carlyle Hotel in New York as a snowstorm threatens to cancel his Christmas special. Starring an ensemble cast, Murray and friends perform a whirlwind of holiday classics that are guaranteed to fill your heart with cheer.