Le Mans 66 by James Mangold with Christian Bale, Matt Damon (Canal +, 22h58): “Don’t get me wrong: even if you aren’t passionate about cars and racing, you will love Le Mans 66. Why? Quite simply because James Mangold’s film is above all a story of friendship set against a sporting background Told from the point of view of hot-headed driver Ken Miles and designer Carroll Shelby, the plot centers on a true story, that of a team of eccentric engineers commissioned to build a new automobile that is to dethrone the Ferrari in the 1966 Le Mans competition. With a perfectly executed cut, rightly awarded at the Oscars, the film does not suffer from any dead point and maintains a frantic pace which keeps the spectator on the edge of his seat until the end of its 2h30. big-name duo Christian Bale and Matt Damon, and you’ve got a solid, hair-raising cinematic tour de force. ” Caroline Langlois
Mission Impossible – Fallout directed by Christopher McQuarrie with Tom Cruise, Henry Cavill (Altice Studio, 8:50 p.m.): “You have to get used to the idea: after 5 parts, the Mission: Impossible machine still works as well. Action, suspense, a Tom Cruise who pushes the limits again … the recipe continues to entertain as long as Fallout is as intense as it is spectacular with explosive scenes, from the race through Paris to the final chopper chase. It’s square and oversized, all that is asked of this unbridled saga . ” Caroline Langlois
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull directed by Steven Spielberg with Harrison Ford, Cate Blanchett (M6, 9:05 pm): “What went through Steven Spielberg’s mind ?! Harrison Ford is worn out as an aging Indy, the magic inhabiting the original trilogy having faded between The Last Crusade and this new installment. that boring, the story connects the crazy and uninteresting action scenes, evidenced by the completely stupid sequence of the fridge and the nuclear bomb. If Shia LaBeouf brings an interesting energy and that the soundtrack of John Williams is always so great, This is not enough to raise the level. South Park will also ferociously parody the film in an episode featuring Indiana Jones being raped by George Lucas and Spielberg. We indeed have this feeling when leaving the session, especially after this hilarious unwillingness ending with aliens. ” Vincent formica
And if not, among all the films that pass, which is your favorite?