Crunch Calhoun is a motorcycle stunt artist and former art thief who caused himself some pretty crippling damage in his last daredevil show. Now, feeling useless and bored without his usual adrenaline fix, he decides to go back to work in a new heist - right after his neck brace comes off first. He enlists his half-brother Nicky into his latest criminal scene, as well as his forger friend Guy de Cornet and his new apprentice Francie Tobin, while Crunch himself will use his motorcycle skills as the party's wheelman. The plan? Steal the Gutenberg Bible; the world's most valuable book; and switch it for a fake. It soon becomes clear as the heist gets underway, however, that not everyone in on the scheme can be trusted. Can such a huge plot be successful with betrayal on the cards?
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Al Klein is a used car salesman who works with his best friend and business partner Ash Martini at Diamond Motors. Together, the duo utilise every selling method in existence from complimenting the customer to telling white lies - and it's not always morally sound. Klein misses his former wife Barbara and wishes he could spent more time with his high school graduate son Freddy. Luckily for him, Freddy wants the same thing and decides to drop his college prospects and become a salesman like his father. He moves in with Al but the pair soon find themselves under the wrath of Barbara, who wishes for a more successful life for her son than what Al could offer and is desperate that Freddy doesn't turn out like him. As much as Al loves having him around, he is the one that needs to decide what's best for Freddy.
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Greg Heffley is back in the third movie instalment of the 'Diary of a Wimpy Kid' franchise. This time he looks forward to an excellent summer break with his best friend Rowley. However, his vacation is set to be spoiled when his father is determined to use the time to bond with his teenage son. Greg decides to avoid the situation by lying that he has a job at a country club, but it looks like a disastrous break is still on the cards with a series of humiliating catastrophes including failed attempts at impressing girls at a very crowded poolside, slightly too terrifying rollercoaster rides and a calamitous camping expedition.
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Ever since Greg's mum bought him a journal, he's documented his journey through life and the torment that usually comes from being a geeky pre-teen. As has always been the case, Greg and his brother Rodrick aren't getting along, with his cooler older brother taking advantage of every possible opportunity to show Greg up. From melting a chocolate bar on the back of his trousers to causing mayhem in church the boys are in serious trouble with their mum and dad.
Simon (Bostick) is an orphan teen raised by his slacker uncle Tom (Speedman).
When a teacher (Khanjian) assigns an exercise based on a news story, Simon's piece recounts how his Palestinian father (Jenkins in flashbacks) talked his pregnant violinist mother (Blanchard) into carrying a bomb onto an airliner.
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How we perceive reality, whether in art, history, or technology, has been the monkey on the back of several directors, but none have seemed as seduced by the conundrum as Mr. Egoyan has been for the last two decades. The woman with the mask is Sabine (Arsinée Khanjian), a teacher who we meet early in the film and who has become entangled in quite the imbroglio with her student Simon (Devon Bostick). Together, Simon and Sabine have engineered a false identity for Simon, casting him as the son of a terrorist who attempted to blow up a plane heading to Israel by hiding a bomb in his wife's luggage. Simon uses the identity in a presentation to his classmates, who take it as gospel, and soon enough, he is the focus of international news. But, in reality, Simon's parents died in a car accident, leaving Uncle Tom (a very good Scott Speedman) as the young man's sole guardian.
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'The Art Of The Deal' how you've never seen it before.
The Boss will release his memoirs via hardback, audiobook and e-reader on September 27th 2016, and reportedly secured a $10 million advance.