August 11 releases: Free Guy and Rouge best movies of the week

August 11 releases: free guy and rouge best movies of the week

To help you make your choices, here are the 3 best rated films of the week by the press and viewers on AlloCiné! *


1st: Red – 3.7 / 5

“Look no further for the most relevant film of the moment. In Rouge, Farid Bentoumi, far from all Parisianism, sets up his camera in Isère and, as close as possible to his beleaguered characters, stages a political and social thriller that look straight in the eye at some of the realities of our time. ” By Olivier De Bruyn (Marianne)

“With his film in the tradition of Todd Haynes’ recent Dark Waters, Farid Bentoumi proves that commitment takes many forms, including cinematographic ones.” By Corinne Renou-Nativel (La Croix)

2nd: Simple Passion – 3.6 / 5

“Laetitia Dosch’s subtle and deep play brings out the thousand nuances of this story, adapted from a novel by Annie Ernaux.” By La Rédaction (Current Woman)

“The beauty of Danielle Arbid’s film is to stick to this vow of simplicity: to chronicle this singular love by tearing it away from the old moons of romanticism, without falling into the clinical case study either.” By Mathieu Macheret (Le Monde)

3rd: Free Guy – 3.5 / 5

“Carried by a Ryan Reynolds at its best, Shawn Levy’s film succeeds in offering a show for all audiences that is both intelligent and generous that does not take its audience for a marketing target.” By Pierre Champleboux (Filmsactu)

“You immediately empathize with the character played by Ryan Reynolds who unleashes his quirky and deliciously trashy humor in a tribute to geek culture: teeming, exhilarating, galvanizing and inventive.” By Stéphanie Belpêche (Le Journal du Dimanche)


1st: Free Guy – 4.0 / 5

“A really cool blockbuster, and one that will appeal to the game lover as well as the uninitiated.” (James Ford)

“One flaw for this film: too long. For the rest it’s enjoyable. A real immersion in a video game and in the barbaric behavior that Gamers can have in the virtual world. Ryan Reynolds always at the top of his humor, he is good at it, let him continue. ” (Brice Escane)

2nd: Red – 3.6 / 5

“An exciting, intelligent, important social and ecological thriller, which questions masterfully and carried by a wonderful cast. A brilliant work.” (Zm Psammis)

“Very good ecological thriller. Very good actors. I did not see the time pass. A strong subject. A film that I would like to see nominated for the César.” (Olivier Gallais)

3rd: Paw Patrol – The movie – 3.4 / 5

“Great movie! Great for kids. My son, a huge Paw Patrol fan, loved it. The puppies are cute.” (Julien W)

“1st movie for my daughter and what a movie !!!! Paw Patrol more beautiful than ever. We take full eyes for 1h20. The script remains faithful to the series and a lot of winks for aficionados.” (Jean pierre Houard)

* According to the notes of the AlloCiné barometer, on Friday August 13, 2021, for films released on August 11 with at least 10 reviews for the top press and 50 ratings for the top viewers. These two tops do not include the springs.

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