The origins of the global McDonald's restaurant chain unfold in this biographical drama. When traveling salesman Ray Kroc (Keaton) looks into a California company that's buying an unusual number of his milkshake makers, he finds a little restaurant owned by Mac (Lynch) and Dick McDonald (Offerman) that's making a killing. Kroc goes into business with the brothers, handling the franchising of their concept and driving the company's expansion. Before long, it becomes clear that Kroc's vision for the future of McDonald's doesn't line up with the brothers' less-ambitious plans, and the business partners find themselves on a collision course.
Kevin (McAvoy) kidnaps three teenage girls and locks them up, and over the course of their captivity, the girls realize that their captor possesses multiple personalities, some more benign than others. When one of the girls, Casey (Taylor-Joy), tries to befriend one personality, she learns of a dangerous, as-yet unseen personality lurking within him. Meanwhile, Kevin's psychiatrist (Buckley) begins to suspect that her patient is behind the recent kidnappings, and when the monstrous hidden 24th personality finally reveals itself, all of the women are put in mortal danger.
Las Vegas cop Vincent Downs (Foxx) is operating undercover for Internal Affairs to help dismantle a crime ring that's suspected to exist within the department. Together with his partner, Cass (T.I.), he steals a shipment of drugs belonging to notorious mobster Novak (McNairy), but inadvertently draws the attention of other Internal Affairs investigators who are unaware of his undercover status. With his corrupt partner beginning to suspect him, Internal Affairs hounding him and a deadly mobster out for his head, both Vincent and his family are in grave danger.