Left Behind is an apocalyptic Action-Thriller movie starring Nicolas Cage based on the New York Times bestselling novel that brings biblical prophecy to life in modern times. The most important event in the history of mankind is happening right now. In the blink of an eye, the biblical Rapture strikes the world. Millions of people disappear without a trace. All that remains are their clothes and belongings, and in an instant, terror and chaos spread around the world. The vanishings cause unmanned vehicles to crash and burn. Planes fall from the sky. Emergency forces everywhere are devastated. Gridlock, riots and looting overrun the cities. There is no one to help or provide answers. In a moment, the entire planet is plunged into darkness.
The Steele family is caught on the razor’s edge of that darkness. RAY STEELE, an airline pilot, struggles to calm, and ultimately to save the lives of the passengers that remain on his flight, as the world below loses its ability to help his plane, and any other to safety. Running out of fuel, his equipment failing, his crew escalating into panic, Ray must guide the plane with the help of GWN reporter, CAMERON “BUCK” WILLIAMS who takes over the role of co-pilot in the face of the crisis. For Buck Williams, being trapped at 30,000 feet with a plane full of terrified passengers means a struggle to understand the incomprehensible. On the ground, Ray’s daughter CHLOE STEELE struggles to find her young brother and mother, both of whom may have disappeared in the Biblical event. Forcing herself through the chaos, Chloe must navigate a world filled with terror and despair.
Set in 2044 after solar flares have made the Earth's surface radioactive, 99.7% of the Earth's human population has been wiped out. The survivors built robots, the Automatas, to help them rebuild in harsh environments.
The robots have two unalterable protocols: the first obliges them to preserve human life; the second limits them from fixing themselves. Initially, these robots were popular, but failure to stop desertification saw them shifted in roles to manual labor and domestic care. Jacq works as insurance claim checker for the company that makes the robots, the ROC. One day he investigates a report from a cop, Wallace, who shot a robot claiming it was fixing itself and looked alive. The next day, he follows a robot which was stealing parts, and when Jacq finds it hiding outside the walls, it intentionally burns itself. He takes the burned robot's brain core. Jacq speculates to his friend and boss Robert that there might be someone, a clockmaster, who somehow succeeded in altering the second protocol, and hopes that if he were able to close the case by finding such a person, he would be able to transfer to a city on the coast, as he secretly fears that the city is too dangerous for his unborn daughter. In Jacq's dreams, it is hinted that he has memories of the ocean as a child, before it dried up.
Jacq shares his plan with Wallace, who brings him to a woman who owns a prostitute robot in the ghetto, which is capable of performing human harm for the purposes of pleasure. When Jacq is unable to get the clockmaster's name from the owner, the cop shoots at the hostess robot Cleo, saying it will be easier to simply follow the owner to Cleo's clockmaster. Jacq meets Cleo's clockmaster, Dr. Dupre, but gets no valuable information, so he leaves the his card and the board containing the kernal of the burned robot with her, promising a nuclear battery he recovered as a reward for information. The next day, however, Dupre calls Jacq and shows that Cleo has began repairing herself after she installed a hybrid between the ruined kernal and a standard kernal. Jacq messages Robert about it, but the ROC intercepts it and sends a team of men and child soldiers. Dupre is killed, but Jacq escapes and catches up with Cleo in a car, leading to the men pursuing Jacq and Cleo. Their car crashes before the men are killed in an explosion.
Jacq wakes up the next morning in the radioactive desert with three unknown robots and Cleo. They don't obey his command to take him to the city, but the first protocol makes them carry him with them and save him from hunger and dehydration. Jacq manages to secretly send a text message with his rough location to Robert.Knowing of the danger Jacq is in, Robert asks Wallace to recover Jacq in exchange for wiping Wallace's record clean, as he knew that Wallace was being investigated for the use of drugs while on duty. Robert didn't know that Wallace intended to extort Jacq for half the value of the nuclear battery, and when Wallace finds Jacq, a physical confrontation ensues. The robots, unable to harm Wallace or permit the harming of Jacq, freeze in confusion as Wallace threatens Jacq with a gun. Two robots consecutively step in front of the gun to prevent it from killing Jacq, and both are destroyed. When Cleo steps in front of the gun, Jacq fires a recovered flare gun into Wallace's stomach, killing him and causing his partner to flee with their vehicle. Informed of the failure, the ROC orders another team out to kill Jacq.
At a cable car station on the edge of a canyon, Jacq meets the robot which altered all of the others and was the original of its kind. After a philosophical talk with him in which Jacq expresses uncertainty in his memories of the ocean and of his own survival, Jacq surrenders the nuclear battery that the robots need. They use it to build an insect-like robot. The ROC forces Robert to track Jacq with their henchmen. Unable to find him, they kidnap Jacq's wife and newborn daughter. Robert, disagreeing with the intent to use Jacq's wife and daughter as hostages, reveals a gun he stole off of Wallace's corpse, and in the ensuing firefight, he is wounded and left for dead. In the morning, the robots repair a truck for Jacq so he can return to the city. Jacq initially takes the car, but Jacq goes back to the robots' place after finding the dying Robert and knowing his family is in danger. The henchmen find the robots' place and kill two of them dead and damages Cleo. Jacq arrives and crashes the truck killing the two henchmen, but at last he is cornered by the lead henchman, Vernon. The insect robot, which Vernon had fired at, pushes Vernon off a nearby ledge. Vernon catches a lower ledge, but he eventually loses his grip and falls to his death. Jacq reunites with his family and Cleo thanks him. Jacq, severely wounded in the gunfight, recalls his memories of the ocean before it dried as his wife drives him to the remaining ocean for his dying wish. VIDEO COMING SOON
The city needs heroes #TMNT. Darkness has settled over New York City as Shredder and his evil Foot Clan have an iron grip on everything from the police to the politicians.
The future is grim until four unlikely outcast brothers rise from the sewers and discover their destiny as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The Turtles must work with fearless reporter April and her wise-cracking cameraman Vern Fenwick to save the city and unravel Shredder's diabolical plan.
Amber Rose is getting the Halloween festivities off to an early start! The model celebrated her 31st birthday on Monday night with a costume party that looked like one amazing time.
The recently-single lady decided to dress up as a zombie version of Peg Bundy from "Married with Children," sporting a skin-tight leopard print bodysuit, red bouffant wig and blood around her neck."Al killed me so I came back as a zombie to eat his Brains," she wrote on Instagram, explaining her costume choice. - See more at: TooFab
A couple are driving home when their car breaks down just as the Purge commences. Meanwhile, a police sergeant goes out into the streets to get revenge on the man who killed his son, and a mother and daughter run from their home after assailants destroy it. The five people meet up as they attempt to survive the night in Los Angeles. In The Purge Anarchy the new founding fathers sanction another murderous cleanse. The Purge Anarchy revisits the gruesome dystopia in the not so distant future where for twelve hours all sanctioned crime is legal and all rescue services are suspended. The nation is reborn, unemployment and crime are at record lows, all because of the annual night for decriminalized murder to unleash pent up American rage.
Five virtual strangers join together to survive when, after several unrelated but harrowing events, all find themselves on the street and in jeopardy on purge night. There is no security system, minimal defense and there is little hope. Despite being marketed as a horror film The Purge Anarchy feels more like a thriller. The potential for a despicable act of inhumanity is imminent and occurs frequently throughout the film. Yet, its display is the antithesis of a masturbatory gore fest relishing in the suffering, evocative of torture-porn. Instead, the brutality is appropriately out of focus in the background, almost as an afterthought, consistent with the desensitized society. The approach of James DeMonaco's direction is on point with the message of the film. He creates a disconcerting feeling with a deserted cityscape, seemingly lit at night by flickering yellow streetlights casting shrouded shadows. Certain scenes are realistically and deliberately shaky and imperfect to draw the audience into the character's peril. One can not talk about a second installment to a franchise without returning to its predecessor, in this case The Purge. Acclaimed as a novel premise and potentially unsettling look into the primal aspect of human nature, it left something to be desired. The story had so many places it could go that were raw and savage; yet, The Purge was slightly simplistic and flawed but still enjoyable. Once again James DeMonaco took the helm as writer and director of The Purge's sequel Anarchy. This time DeMonaco's execution was able to address criticisms by delving further into concept, but from a different perspective: the working class. In doing so we see a harsher existence, far less idealistic and a more depraved purge night. The difference between The Purge and The Purge Anarchy is that the active tormenters for this purge are not all unhinged closeted maniacs hiding behind masks. Anarchy takes the end of The Purge and goes more in-depth. Those participating are frustrated and exhausted but ultimately they are people. Most terrifyingly it proposes a hypothetical and disturbingly feasible purge experience for the upper class. The nefarious top 10% obligingly exercise their civic responsibility and now government granted right in style and comfort. The Purge Anarchy is a commentary on society and social inequality in the most gruesome of circumstances. The film's ability to play into our inner fears, that deep within anyone there is a darkness capable of unspeakable evil, is pivotal to its success. While I wish The Purge Anarchy hadn't tried to tidy the story up and resolve everything I did find it far more realistic and thought provoking than the former.
So Hollywoodlife.com had this to say: On Oct. 19, a brand new Drake song was mysteriously leaked on Soundcloud! The track was immediately taken down, however, it is still floating around the internet. Do you think that sounds like Nicki Minaj in the beginning of the track? Listen!
Drake’s ‘How About Now’ Leaks
A 17-year-old boy from Georgia posted the new Drake song claiming it was an exclusive track off of his new album, Views From The Six. Some fans argued that they song sounded like it came from the Nothing Was The Same-era though. Lena Dunham Freaks Out Over Drake on ‘Degrassi’
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Even though the song was only on the teen’s Soundcloud for a short time before being taken down, fans kept the audio and it is still posted online for the world to hear.
It was supposed to be a simple job. All Lucy had to do was deliver a mysterious briefcase to Mr. Jang. But immediately Lucy is caught up in a nightmarish deal where she is captured and turned into a drug mule for a new and powerful synthetic drug.
When the bag she is carrying inside of her stomach leaks, Lucy's body undergoes unimaginable changes that unlocks her mind's full potential 100%. With her new-found powers, Lucy turns into a merciless warrior intent on getting back at her captors. She receives invaluable help from Professor Norman, the leading authority on the human mind, and French police captain Pierre Del Rio.