The true story of the legendary New York heiress and socialite, Florence Foster Jenkins (Meryl Streep), who in the early 1900s, obsessively pursued her dream of becoming a great singer—despite having a singing voice that was so out of tune and unable to hit the right notes that people found it hilarious.
Supported by her younger partner, actor St. Clair Bayfield (Hugh Grant), she mostly performed concerts for friends, but in 1944, she staged a public performance at the famed Carnegie Hall, that quickly sold out.
A group of young people break into the homes of the wealthy to find things to steal. Some things they keep, some things they sell. One of the thieves, Alex (Dylan Minnette), has a father who owns a security company, so they target his customers because Alex knows how to bypass their security systems. He's joined by Rocky (Jane Levy) and Money (Daniel Zovatto).
Money finds out about a blind military veteran (Stephen Lang) who won a major settlement after his child's accidental death. He thinks the veteran, who lives alone, has stashed the cash in his house.
They sedate the veteran's Rottweiler before entering the house. However, things don't go as planned. Although blind, the veteran is not nearly as helpless as they thought he would be.
American pilot Chesley Sullenberger (Tom Hanks) becomes a national hero when the plane he was flying was disabled after striking a flock of geese.
Shortly after taking off from New York's LaGuardia Airport, both engines were disabled and he quickly determined that landing in the Hudson River was his only option. He successfully glided the plane to a water landing, saving all of the 155 passengers and crew members on board.
Directed by Clint Eastwood, Sully tells the story of how an ordinary American, whose work day began in a seemingly normal way, rose to the status of hero with unbridled courage and expertise in the face of panic and danger.