16.20 / AMC
USA, 2006 (142 min.) Director: Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, Cast: Brad Pitt, Cate Blanchett, Adriana Barraza.
Iñárritu’s third film is based on an unforgettable script by Guillermo Arriaga, at that time an inseparable collaborator of the director. Babel brings together four stories, set in the United States, Mexico, Morocco and Japan, where a deep look at isolation and intolerance is given.
16.35 / Movistar Cine Ñ
Juan of the Dead
Cuba 2011 (100 minutes). Director: Alejandro Bruges. Performers: Alexis Diaz de Villegas, Blanca Rosa Blanco, Jazz Villa, Elsa Camp, Andrea Douro.
“Juan de los Myrtus, we killed his loved ones.” This is the chatter mantra that two Cuban scammers have adopted to confront the zombie invasion sweeping the island, and by the way, in order to thrive a little. Juan of the Dead Combining a sharp sociological analysis (the film’s protagonists notice a deserted street in Havana with many zombies in the background and assert “I don’t see anything strange, it’s all the same”) with horrific cinema symbols, it’s all brazenly covered in a layer of comedy. Thus, the movie boasts understandable manners, healthy rudeness and an impressive array of hilarious gags
17.20 / Hollywood
Change. USA, 2008 (140 minutes). Director: Clint Eastwood. Performers: Angelina Jolie, Gatlin Griffiths, John Malkovich
against exchange He plays the fact that he finds himself caught between two exceptional Eastwood films Messages from Iwo Jima And the Gran Turin. However, although it is not one of his main works, hundreds of films really want to show his commitment to the formal classics of telling the story of a woman whose son has disappeared and who, months later, sees how the police return to another creature. Powerfully, the filmmaker goes beyond melodrama to create a bitter social image.
17.20 / 1
Lydia Bush joins “Servir y Protecte”
Viewers of the series It provides and protects Today he meets a new character, Mabel, played by Lydia Bush. She is the ex-wife of Chief Inspector Thomas Salgado, an intelligent forensic doctor. Mabel’s collaboration will be key for police station employees to advance the investigation into the police killer, but how will Inspector Claudia Mirales handle Mabel’s arrival in the neighborhood?
17.25 / # Come
Tribute to Kobe Bryant on the first anniversary of his death
Movistar + remembers Kobe Bryant a year after his death with special software that will show the report Eternal Kobe. A year without a lamamba And two of his most notable matches. The report, which runs through his life, can be followed on #Vamos (17.25) and Movistar Deportes (22.10). The two channels will also present the 2006 duel between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Toronto Raptors, in which Bryant scored 81 points (# Vamos, 18.35 and Movestar Deportes, 23.00). Movistar Deportes, as a coronation, will broadcast the match that marks the retirement of the basketball player in 2016, the confrontation between the Lakers and the Utah Jazz (23.55).
19.45 / 2
An interview with Andres Trappillo on ‘Page 2’
Literary space Page 2 An interview with the writer Andres Trappillo, who spoke about his recent book, entitled Madrid. With this resource, the program will bring together many writers to talk about the cities they reside in. He will also speak with writers who will relate their experience when writing a journal and this edition will culminate in the memory of the literary giant, Stendall.
21.45 / antenna 3
Javier Gutiérrez and Karra Elejalde in “El Hormiguero”
Actors Javier Gutiérrez and Karra Elejalde, major figures in Spanish cinema, head to space tonight Anthill. Both will be speaking with Pablo Motos about his new movie, titled Pajocero Which premieres on Netflix January 29. It is located at about a Thriller From mystery and action, he narrates how a policeman is forced to barricade himself in the prisoner transport van he drives when the car is attacked.
20.10 / TCM
Hannah and her sisters
Hannah and her sisters. EE UU, 1986 (102 minutes). Director: Woody Allen. Intérpretes: Woody Allen, Michael Caine, Mia Farrow, Diane West, Barbara Hershey.
Woody Allen definitely wanted to return to New York’s asphalt in 1986, after three films like Zelig, Broadway Danny Rose And the The Purple Rose from Cairo. Allen traces the love and existential struggles three sisters faced with their fears and hopes. And he does so with a wonderful script, From Millimeter Advance, that gives his interpreters a beloved cast of characters, especially the priceless Michael Caine, who won an Oscar.
22.10 / 1
The humor of “La Noche D” with Danny Rovera
Leading actor Danny Rovera from Malaga Tonight d A new space on public television wants to humorously showcase the daily way of understanding life through a different topic each week: love, money, gossip, food, pleasures … Antonio Recins, Pepe Viuela, Cristina Medina, David Perdomo and Lara Ruiz will all act as collaborators. A week in the program, which will also see various famous people visit. In this first installment, Silvia April, Bellin Cuesta, Anna Castillo, Macarena Garcia will be present to talk about love.
22.30 / DMAX
Secrets of the Pyramid of Giza
The Great Pyramid of Giza is the oldest and largest on the Giza plateau. It is over 481 feet high, and its mass is estimated at 5.9 million tons. The documentary series Forbidden History He approaches his secrets, as no body was found inside, nor hieroglyphs or dates to agree on when it was first built. Egyptologists believe that it was made around 2500 BC for the pharaoh Khufu, but not everyone agrees.
22.45 / vi
Horizon in deep water. USA, 2016 (107 minutes) Director: Peter Berg. Performers: Mark Wahlberg, Kurt Russell, Kate Hudson.
A fascinating reconstruction of the tragic events of the oil rig disaster Horizon in deep water, In the Gulf of Mexico in 2010. Black Sea It has excellent optical encapsulation and succeeds in creating sequences of shocking tension without resorting to any impact.
23.45 / TCM
Night at the opera house
Night at the opera house. USA, 1935 (85 minutes) Director: Sam Wood. Q: Groucho, Chico, Harpo Marx, Kitty Carlisle and Alan Jones.
It turns out that a young opera singer wants to win a beautiful girl. On his way, the brothers meet Marx and decide to help him, but what they will do, disrespectful and utter, is to destroy what is placed before them, especially all kinds of social norms. The humor of the Marxists destroys the offensive delusional comedy, which builds up clamor to exhaustion. Night at the opera house It forces a barrage of laughter that culminates in the crazy sequence of the cabin full of people. It also helps you be happier, and better yet, is more rebellious.
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