Elisabeth (Caroline Peters) dishes up a big meal and, together with her husband Stephan (Christoph Maria Herbst), a pedantic professor of literature, invites family and friends to dinner. But there is no trace of a relaxed get-together when a discussion about a first name escalates and in the end the biggest secrets are revealed...
The sequel to Max and his animal friends: Jack Russell Terrier Max travels to the country with his owners to recover from his itching. On the farm where they live, he meets the farm dog Rooster, a Welsh Sheepdog. When sheep go missing, Max joins Rooster in finding the animals. They meet cats, rabbits and guinea pigs.
The award-winning spy film enters an action-packed second round: Eggsy Unwin (Taron Egerton) has followed in the slightly too big footsteps of his late teacher Harry Hart (Colin Firth). As the new Kingsman spy Galahad, he has to deal with drug lord Poppy Adams (Julianne Moore). They are trying to kill the agents with a series of attacks.
Sabine (Luise Heyer) toils away at work for her son Jonas and is constantly overlooked. When the Rostock Arunia shipyard, where she works as a service worker, is threatened with closure, it is like the last spark that sets her on fire. Desperate, she takes up arms against "all the assholes" in her world. And she feels freedom for the first time. Katrin König (Anneke Kim Sarnau) and Sascha Bukow (Charly Hübner) work against the clock because Sabine doesn't stop killing.
Actually, Vietnam veteran John Rambo (Sylvester Stallone) only wanted to visit a former war comrade. But when it turns out that he has since died as a result of chemical weapons used by the US Army during the Indochina War, Rambo wanders aimlessly through the small, cold town in the north of the USA. He is picked up by the police and abused. The sight of a flashing knife evokes memories of the merciless jungle war. Then the barely buried instincts break out again, and Rambo begins his bloody private war.