Cinema releases on October 13: what are the best films of the week?

Cinema releases on october 13: what are the best films 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: Julie (in 12 chapters) – 4.2 / 5

“Funny, moving, sliding between registers with admirable fluidity: under false airs of romantic comedy, the film joyfully dynamites the injunctions to form a couple, to portray a generation (the” millenials “) of ‘chronically dissatisfied. ” By Cyprien Caddeo (L’Humanité)

“In Julie (in 12 chapters), presented in competition at the last Cannes Film Festival, Joachim Trier has kept the best of the Nouvelle Vague, this freshness, this voice-over, these details that hit the mark, this way of showing a city in all its aspects. ” By Eric Neuhoff (Le Figaro)

2nd: The Last Duel – 3.9 / 5

“Ridley Scott still has something to make the younger generation blush and, soon to be 84, signs one of his best films, echoing his very first.” By Aurélien Allin (CinemaTeaser)

“With two or three errors of taste (why do the soldiers sing in French while the film plays the convention of making everyone speak in English?), This is a great show, adult and stimulating, as we no longer thought Hollywood capable of producing it. ” By Nicolas Schaller (Le Nouvel Observateur)

3rd: Freda – 3.7 / 5

“Chronicle of daily life in a popular district of Port-au-Prince, this wonderful film offers a moving and funny look at Haitian women.” By Stéphane Dreyfus (La Croix)

“Freda makes the experience of women a different experience, a journey, a rallying motive which, in the last part of the film, after a mysterious disappearance, and in the reconciling embrace between a mother and her daughter, finds its most vibrant incarnation. ” By Marilou Duponchel (Les Inrockuptibles)


1st: Stand up women! – 4.3 / 5

“Seen in preview in Besançon. Thank you to François Ruffin and all his team for offering us documentaries of such quality. Another dive into” the low end of society “, to see what these women are going through to whom we owe all.” By Aquel Duc

“A humanist film on the inadmissible working conditions of women. See a reality and understand the daily problems that they must manage with dignity and pride. To see urgently.” By Bruno Glibert

2nd: The Last Duel – 4.1 / 5

“A very great film that dares to confront all points of view. The reconstruction is impeccable and the actors are all inhabited by their roles. Ridley Scott manages to prove to us that there is still a great cinema and that it is still a great one. director.” By Kristen Karlsson

“It’s just barely hallucinating, the work is spectacular, each element is thought to make the event tangible until the competition of brutality initiated by the most disdainful characters (Adam Driver in Jacques le Gris and Ben Affleck in Pierre d’Alençon), facing that of the convinced Jean de Carrouges (Matt Damon). ” By Alban Gaultier

3rd: Julie (in 12 chapters) – 4.0 / 5

“Julie (in 12 chapters) or Oslo, 31 doubts. The doubts, the joys, the loves of a young thirty-something in today’s Oslo. We think a lot about Frances Ha. This film is a marvel and its actress is stunning. ” By xando

“Joachim Trier’s staging is so fluid that you have the impression of being alongside Julie at all times. Renate Reinsve has not stolen her performance award at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival from anyone. actress illuminates the screen and our hearts with incredible naturalness. ” By Cinéphiles 44

* According to the notes of the AlloCiné barometer, on Friday October 15, 2021, for films released in theaters on Wednesday October 13 with at least 10 reviews for the top press and 50 ratings for the top viewers. These two tops do not include films already released one or more times in France.

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