You can also see: “Little Sister”, Gaza my love”, Fatima, “Fatima”, Honey cigar”, “Seven Days”, “the Kisk”, and “Delphine & Carole, rebellious”. They arrived in theatres on Wednesday, October 6. The Obs helps you make a decision.
International thriller Cary Joji Fukunaga, with Daniel Craig, Léa Seydoux, Ana de Armas, Rami Malek, Lashana Lynch (2h45).
Here’s James Bond, the film that will have killed him. Two hours and forty-five minute of “James Bond for Dummies” are ours. It features touches of Freudianism, super-important revelations, and touches of Freudianism. Yes, the future of the globe is at stake.MI6 boss M (Ralph Fiennes), insane action scenes, and to underscore the urgency of the situation, M says: “I will warn the Prime Minister. “Notify Boris Johnson It is, to put it another way: the abyss.
This Bond 25 has everything. Everything: The explosions, stunts and Bond girls. Nothing: no life, no fun, no electricity, no suspense. The corpses follow one another, the bombs too, the exploits of the least secret secret agent in the world accumulate and… pfffft. The five (or seven, or six?) Screenwriters have built a highway. It’s safe, lucrative, comfortable, and long.
Felix Leiter, a former friend of the CIA, requests James Bond’s license to kill 007, which he believes was an imitator. He sets out again on the warpath, therefore, after realizing that his fiancée Madeleine Swann (Léa Seydoux) is perhaps a Specter scale. He visits Cuba, then returns to London for a drink. After trying to strangle Blofeld, he discovers that Lyutsifer Sfin, the Russian poxster, has funded a super-high laboratory on an island in the desert. James Bond immediately goes to the island in a plane that transforms into a submarine. There is a global conflict looming (Trump remains president), and James is the only one who can stop it. The hero is in for a surprise (we won’t spoil the plot, but it’s not the type of house we are talking about) that transforms him into Delly (big song).
James Bond spends the first part of the film in Matera (a beautiful cave city in Puglia), in stupor. It is the most idyllic time of your life: it is peaceful, tranquil, and beautiful. Things quickly go wrong with motorbike killers, assassins for land rover, and other vicious buggers. 007 splits with his partner and everything goes wrong. He would have preferred to remain by Swann’s side with his Madeleine. Francois Forestier
French musical comedy by Arnaud and Jean-Marie Larrieu, with Mathieu Amalric, Mélanie Thierry, Josiane Balasko (2h).
It takes place at Lourdes and is a bubble filled with lightness. Street musician, Tralala (Mathieu Amalric) meets, at Gare Montparnasse, a mysterious “blue girl” (Galatéa Bellugi) and follows her to the Marian city, where he gets his guitar blown – quickly replaced by a banjolele branded by the Holy Virgin. It is the beginning of an unexpected journey that will be full of warm and touching encounters. The Larrieu brothers (“A man is a real man”) make Jacques Demy a guinguette. They are surrounded by the best French scene actors: Cherhal, Cherhal, Daho… Bertrand Belin..The miracle occurs after a quarter of an hour. And the spell doesn’t break. The film envisioned a film that would send barrier gestures to graze: Reinvention of the family. Nicolas Schaller
French drama by Rachel Lang, with Louis Garrel, Camille Cottin, Ina Marija Bartaité (1h47).
Two couples: one solid, and the other new, fragile and foreign. The men are sent to Mali by Legionaries. The women await them in Corsica. Rachel Lang, a reserve officer shows, in almost documentary style, the daily lives of some. Other aspects include life in low-rent housing and activities of the club o stupid wives. These codes and vocabulary, affirmative or negative, are all passed on to the kids. The actors are great, and the shots are breathtaking. But then, tragedy strikes. A hair too long but so skillful. Sophie Grassin
Swiss drama by Stéphanie Chuat and Véronique Reymond, with Nina Hoss, Lars Eidinger, Marthe Keller (1h39).
Lisa (Nina Hoss), a German playwright who followed her husband to Switzerland, where he directs an international school, and Sven (Lars Eidinger), star actor of the famous Schaubühne from Berlin, whose director Thomas Ostermeier plays here his own role, are twins. Sven is also affected by leukemia, as does his sister. They fight it together. They want to see Hamlet’s crown returned to him and they will face the death on stage. The celibate homosexual and the married woman who broke the ban will share a home with their mother, Marthe Keller. This touching film about twinning and theater, which is the second director of “La Petite Chambre”, has a poignant melancholy ending that is eventually calmed with a Bach cantata. Jerome Garcin
Palestinian drama by Tarzan Nasser and Arab Nasser, with Salim Dw, Hiam Absbass, Maisa Elhadi (1h28).