Moana (Cravalho), future chief of her people, lives on a small island in the Pacific Ocean. As a toddler, the ocean itself marks her as the chosen one, the hero who will heal the mother island, Te Fiti, save the islanders and restore their heritage. Years later, when the fish begin to disappear and the crops die, Moana's grandmother (House) explains that the heart of Te Fiti was stolen by the demigod Maui (Johnson), and that the demon Te Ka is destroying all in her path in search of it. Moana sets sail to return the stone to the goddess, meeting up with Maui along the way, but she soon discovers that Maui is more interested in getting his demigod powers back than he is in risking his own skin to save the world.
Former Marine Gabriel Drummer (LaBeouf) returns home from Afghanistan to find that a disaster has struck while he was away, and that his hometown is now just as bad as the horrors he faced overseas. With his wife (Mara) and son (Shotwell) missing, he launches a treacherous search for them, with his friend Devin (Courtney) at his side.
In the British countryside live three generations of the Cutler family: Patriarch Colby (Gleeson), Chad (Fassbender), heir to the family crime ring, and Chad's young son, Tyson (Smith). With Tyson quickly growing up, Chad starts reconsidering his involvement with the family's criminal activities, much to the chagrin of his father, who is nothing but proud of his family's legacy. Determined to keep both his son and grandson in the family business, Colby organizes a high-stakes heist that threatens to bring the family lots of unwanted attention from the police.