Every day, find the program of films and series to watch on TV. Tonight: an epic fresco by Albert Dupontel, a breathtaking adaptation of the classic novel by HG Wells and a teenage friend with a giant rabbit.
Au Revoir Là-haut by Albert Dupontel with Albert Dupontel, Nahuel Pérez Biscayart (France 2, 9:05 p.m.): “Albert Dupontel is back in force with this epic fresco where he gives free rein to his boundless creativity. Faithful to himself, he stages characters with undeniable charm in a framework of elaborate aesthetics where humor and poetry come together. and visual discoveries. Dupontel is as touching as ever before the soft and expressive gaze of the revelation Nahuel Pérez Biscayart. ” Caroline Langlois
War of the Worlds directed by Steven Spielberg with Tom Cruise, Dakota Fanning (6ter, 9:05 pm): “The Tom Cruise-Steven Spielberg collaboration reached its peak with this War of the Worlds, a breathtaking adaptation of the novel by HG Wells. We still have in mind the impressive scenes of the alien attacks. However, the sequence with the disturbing character played by Tim Robbins remains the most nerve-wracking in the movie. Thrills guaranteed! ” Vincent formica
Richard Kelly’s Donnie Darko with Jake Gyllenhaal, Maggie Gyllenhaal (OCS City, 8:40 p.m.): “In 2001, Richard Kelly took us into the hallucinogenic universe of Donnie Darko, a troubled teenager plagued by horrific visions. Full of symbols, the film is a puzzle that one does not come out of unscathed, requiring several screenings to be sure to have understood well, which one can legitimately reproach him. Having become cult, the feature film has had its share of theories around the plot and the character of Frank (which we are frankly afraid to find in a corner of our bedroom at night) just as thrilling as the movie itself. In addition, early career Jake Gyllenhaal delivered a memorable performance, etching his name into the list of best actors of his generation. ” Caroline Langlois
And if not, among all the films that pass, which is your favorite?
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