The first film in author Vince Flynn's Mitch Rapp series, a young man, devastated by the loss of his love during a terrorist attack, is recruited by the CIA as a black ops specialist. A veteran of the Cold War is brought in to sharpen recruit Mitch Rapp's lethal talents in the hunt for the terrorist leader that killed his fiancé. Starring Dylan O'Brien, Sanaa Lathan, and Michael Keaton, the film comes to theaters September 17, 2017.
When you think dessert, tomatoes are probably the last fruit that comes to mind. But President Josiah Bartlet has a sweet tooth for tomate du saltambique. Going by the description used in the show, Babish tries the recipe and finds it lacking. For the second round, he uses his own interpretation and scores big — with the added bonus of telling your guests they're having tomatoes for dessert.
A coming of age tale — a recent college graduate, a wealthy father — and his father's mistress. The Only Living Boy in New York stars Callum Turner as Thomas, recently graduated from college and casting about the city for the shape of the rest of his life. He and his love interest happen to catch his father and a woman who is definitely not his mother in a club — and a very strange relationship forms between them. The Only Living Boy in New York stars Pierce Brosnan, Kate Beckinsale, Kiersey Clemons, and Jeff Bridges. The film opens in theaters August 11, 2017.
It's a story we've all heard before — a large manufacturer closes down and decimates a small Midwestern city. But this time, the narrative is different. Made In Iowa follows the story of Webster City, who made a comeback with the help of small business, saving itself from the Midwest rust.