14.25 / #0
Despicable Me 2. United States, 2013 (98 minutes). Direction: Pierre Coffin and Chris Renaud.
Sustained by a script as full of brilliant ideas as the one in the first installment, Gru returns redeemed and working in the service of the law. Among some images full of imagination and served with a remarkable sense of rhythm, the little ones will enjoy the appearances of the Minions, and the adults with the incisive critical notes towards the handling of the powers in the shadows. They wish animated films with more pretensions were even close to the achievements of Crane 2.
15.35 / The Sixth
Executive Decision. USA, 1996 (127 minutes). Director: Stuart Baird. Performers: Kurt Russell, Halle Berry, John Leguizamo.
Stuart Baird has a brilliant editing career, which is evident in his directorial debut. Critical decision It is a film as efficient as it is intense, which transcends the lightness of its plot: some agents have to finish off some terrorists who have hijacked a plane, including a bomb. Far from the infamous action movies that plague the screens, Baird shoots solidly and brings dramatic weight to his images. What’s more, it doesn’t allow the characters to recite jokes when they’re in danger, and it doesn’t overwhelm the story with explosions.
17.00 / Movistar LaLiga
Four games in the soccer league
The confrontation between Barcelona and Getafe at 5:00 p.m. opens the LaLiga match this Sunday. A duel broadcast live by Movistar LaLiga, which will also offer the other three matches that take place this day: Rayo Vallecano-Granada (19.30), Cádiz-Osasuna (19.30) and, finally, Atlético de Madrid-Villarreal (22.00).
17.45 / Movistar Drama
‘Husbands and wives’
Husbands and Wives. USA, 1992 (108 minutes). Director: Woody Allen. Performers: Woody Allen, Mia Farrow, Judy Davis, Sydney Pollack.
After the stylistic display that supposed shadows and fog, Woody Allen was facing the decade of the nineties, which would be lavish in masterpieces. Husbands and wives mercilessly noses in the miseries of two marriages marked by unhappiness in a claustrophobic and suffocating story, very hard. Allen’s camera, almost unhinged, in perpetual motion, creates some of the densest images in American cinema in recent years.
20.45 / Telecinco
Messi’s debut with PSG in the French League
After almost 17 years defending the Barcelona shirt, Messi closed his time at the club to start a new one in French football, with his signing for Paris Saint-Germain. Today, the Argentine debuts in an official match with his new club, against Stade de Reims, and Telecinco broadcasts the match live. Messi will form a luxury trident in PSG’s attack along with Neymar and Mbappé.
21.10 / TNT
‘The Bourne Legacy’
EE UU, 2012 (135 minutos). Director: Tony Gilroy. Intérpretes: Jeremy Renner, Rachel Weisz, Oscar Isaac, Stacy Keach.
Agent Jason Bourne changes his face: Jeremy Renner takes over from Matt Damon. There is also a trade behind the camera, with the addition of Tony Gilroy, who served as screenwriter for the three preceding installments of the Bourne series. Gilroy is committed to abandoning the electric style of Paul Greengrass to return to a visual tone that is assumed to be close to the spy films of the seventies.
21.30 / DMAX
The daily work of border agents
The documentary series Border Control: Spain again shows the work of the security forces at the Spanish border points where the most shocking situations occur. In this sixth season, the Maritime Service patrol boat will be seen in action, which will star in a chase on the coast of the Strait of several boats that transport contraband tobacco. The boarding of a ship from Colombia that is suspected of carrying a large shipment of cocaine will also be documented. In addition, spectators will take a look at the organization of a controlled delivery of a cocaine shipment that arrives in Barcelona hidden in a garment of women’s clothing, in order to identify the recipient of the merchandise.
21.45 / Four
Last program of ‘Viajeros Cuatro’, in Mexico City
The team of reporters from Travelers Four moves to Mexico City in the last installment of the season. The program will visit the most emblematic places of the historic center of the city, such as the Plaza de la Constitución, the National Palace and the Palace of Fine Arts. In addition, you will arrive at the Coyoacán neighborhood, the cradle of artists, writers and historians, where the Casa Azul is located, where the artist Frida Kahlo resided. There will be a tour aboard a trajinera in Xochimilco and a balloon ride over the pyramids of Teotihuacán, a city declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
22.00 / TCM
‘A perfect world’
A Perfect World. USA, 1993 (132 minutes). Director: Clint Eastwood. Performers: Kevin Costner, Clint Eastwood, Laura Dern, TJ Lowther.
Kevin Costner is an escaped convict who kidnaps a seven-year-old boy on the run. Sandwiched between two such films as Unforgiven and Madison’s Bridges, Clint Eastwood used a simple plot scheme for what is perhaps his most bitter and gloomy film. And is that A Perfect World is a bleak fable that revolves around defeat and the inevitability of destiny; frustration and fatigue can be seen on the faces of its characters, housed in images that illuminate one of the most shocking masterpieces of cinema of the nineties
22.00 / Antenna 3
New problems for the characters of ‘My daughter’
The Turkish series My daughter it entangles its characters in more conflicts, in a chapter that tells how the relationship between Demir and Candan is going to take great strides with the return of the young man, since both will decide not to hide their love anymore. To strengthen the relationship, Demir will propose to Candan, although not everything will be happiness, because Murat will try to prevent the happiness between them from being consolidated.
22.30 / The 2
From your window to mine
Spain, 2011 (96 minutes). Director: Paula Ortiz. Performers: Maribel Verdú, Leticia Dolera, Luisa Gavasa, Roberto Álamo, Fran Perea, Cristina Rota, Pablo Rivero.
Paula Ortiz’s debut takes place in a sensitive and attentive film, which approaches three women, from different times and ages, who face existence in a hostile environment. Women who live, suffer, love, feel and dream haunted by intolerance, contempt or disdain. A militant film, but narrated almost in a low voice, which shows that you don’t need fuss to create a source of emotions.
23.50 / Hollywood
United Kingdom, 1998 (118 minutes). Director: Roger Michell. Performers: Hugh Grant, Julia Roberts, Rhys Ifans.
One of the box office bombs of the year 1998, in a romantic comedy format, which, although it does not bring any novelty to the genre, at least has a fun story with simplicity and skill, something that cannot even be said of hundreds of comedies that have arrived. in the nineties. Hugh Grant is a bookseller who falls in love with Julia Roberts, a movie star, with which the gags are served.
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