Come to my house, I live with a friend of Patrice Leconte with Michel Blanc, Bernard Giraudeau (France 2, 1:55 p.m.): “Escaped from the” Bronzed “, the Leconte / Blanc duo continued to spark with this hilarious comedy which smells of carefreeness and snubbery. Their merit is also to have captured the spirit of the times – the crisis, the suburbs, the resourcefulness – with deliciously biting lines. Finally, see Giraudeau again, his angel face and his cool attitude. ” Guillaume Martin
3 Billboards, The Panels of Revenge by Martin McDonagh with Frances McDormand, Sam Rockwell (Cine + Premier, 3:05 p.m.): “The producer of the strippers Bons Baisers de Bruges and 7 Psychopathes continues his momentum with 3 Billboards. A creaky drama about a woman seeking to avenge the death of her daughter by questioning the powerlessness of the police in her small town. Frances McDormand shines brightly as usual. At his side, Sam Rockwell delivers a formidable performance. The two did not steal their numerous awards. It is at the same time heartbreaking, violent and funny, in the vein of a good Coen. ” Caroline Langlois
10 Cloverfield Lane by Dan Trachtenberg with Mary Elizabeth Winstead, John Goodman (Ciné + Frisson, 8:50 p.m.): “Mysterious project linked to the extended universe imagined by the production company of JJ Abrams (Bad Robot) on Cloverfield, 10 Cloverfield Lane is nonetheless an effective thriller which knew how to spare the suspense: Why Mary Elizabeth Winstead is- “She is locked up and what does John Goodman want with her? What danger lies in wait for them outside? The talented Dan Trachtenberg offers here a neat and sometimes claustrophobic achievement that will appeal to fans of the genre.” Chaïma Tounsi
Gangs of New York by Martin Scorsese with Leonardo DiCaprio, Daniel Day-Lewis (OCS Max, 2 p.m.): “If Gangs of New York has certain” weak “points preventing it from being in the best Scorsese (the choice of Leonardo DiCaprio for the main role and the too hazy final sequence), it remains a great film History that has benefited from substantial resources. Among the two things that are particularly worth a detour: the incredible performance of Daniel Day-Lewis who plays a terrifying gang leader and the opening scene in the snow as beautiful as it is violent. ” Laurent Schenck
Savages by Oliver Stone with Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Taylor Kitsch (Action, 3:02 p.m.): “Despite a disappointing ending, this film constitutes a terribly effective dive into the world of drug cartels. Stunning scene, shocking scenes, charismatic and terrifying characters like those composed by Salma Hayek and Benicio Del Toro … Definitely , Oliver Stone has found his bite! ” Guillaume Martin
And if not, among all the films that pass, which is your favorite?
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