9.00 / Movistar Pus
Last season of “Paradise”
Three years have passed since the events of season one and another group of undead, the Novavis, appear in Almanzora. His goal is to destroy the city to perform his regeneration ritual. The lives of family and friends of Javi and his gang are in danger. There is also another mystery: Javi’s true origins, a secret his parents have kept secret since he was born. This last season of Paraíso has new additions: Álvaro Mel in the role of Mateo, Begoña Vargas as Evelyn, Laura Laprida as Valentina and the young Carla Domínguez as Anabel. And they continue in the new episodes, including Macarena García, Iñaki Ardanaz and Gorka Otxoa.
16.48 / TCM
‘Once Upon a Time in America’
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Once Upon a Time in America. United States, 1984 (217 minutes). Director: Sergio Leone. Starring: Robert de Niro, Joe Pesci, Tuesday Weld, James Woods.
One of the most successful contemporary films of recent years. Sergio Leone thus completed a trilogy that began with Agachate maldito, continued with Hasta que su horarrido and ended this interesting film. More than a gangster film in the style of the prevailing film noir, this production is an in-depth look at the time, its course and its consequences. Good actors for an admirable and admired film. Significant.
17.55 / #0
United States, 2006 (128 minutes). Director: Tony Scott. Cast: Denzel Washington, Val Kilmer, Adam Goldberg, Jim Caviezel.
Despite a protagonist of proven talent like Denzel Washington (his reference actor) and Bruckheimer’s staging, this excessive intrigue by the always excessive Tony Scott takes its starting point in a major attack on a New Orleans ferry. It works as pure entertainment.
18.35 / Movistar drama
‘My Left Foot’
my left foot Ireland, 1989 (99 minutes). Directed by Jim Sheridan. Cast: Daniel Day-Lewis, Brenda Fricker, Ray McAnally.
Intense drama based on the life of Christy Brown, an Irish writer and painter who suffered from cerebral palsy which only allowed him to move his left foot. Thanks to a lot of effort and the unconditional support of his mother, he will learn to write and paint with him. Impressive performances from Daniel Day-Lewis and Brenda Fricker, winners of a well-deserved Oscar.
19.15 / Hollywood
“Save Soldier Ryan”
United States, 1998 (162 M.). Directed by Steven Spielberg. Cast: Tom Hanks, Matt Damon, Edward Burns, Tom Sizemore, Jeremy Davis, Vin Diesel, Adam Goldberg, Ted Danson.
Undoubtedly one of the great war productions in the history of cinema and one of the most violent and crass portraits of the Second World War. In it, the King Midas of cinema, Steven Spielberg, reflects, as in Schindler’s List and Empire of the Sun, a deep reflection on this armed conflict, following the best tradition of war cinema with deep anti-war convictions. Superb cast, led by the impressive Tom Hanks, for an Oscar-winning film that was a smash hit around the world and with which Spielberg pays tribute to those who took part in that war. Very good.
19.50 / The 2
Luis Pastor celebrates 50 years of music
Next June 21st is the European Day of Music and Awareness Works celebrating it in advance. This Thursday, one of the best Spanish singer-songwriters is sitting on the red sofa: Luis Pastor, who has just released his latest album, Extremadura Fado, with which he celebrates his 50th music anniversary. This new album, consisting of thirteen songs, is a love story for Extremadura, the country where he was born. It’s a work that reflects the Extremaduran poet and singer-songwriter’s penchant for Portugal and Cape Verde, and it’s also a love story in times of Covid, a WhatsApp-driven crush. In addition, there will be more music on the program by Shirley Davis & The Silverbacks in the Malasaña neighborhood. They just released their third album Keep On Keepin’ On, a powerful collection of soul funk that sounds contemporary and classic at the same time.
21.00 / Movistar VHS
United States, 1994 (147 minutes). Directed by Quentin Tarantino. Cast: John Travolta, Samuel L Jackson, Uma Thurman, Harvey Keitel.
Quentin Tarantino once again proves his genius in this outstanding action film, which won awards including the Oscar for Best Screenplay and the Palme d’Or at Cannes. Sex, drugs, a powerful soundtrack and some curious gangsters take over the attention of this action-packed story that revives the character of John Travolta, perfectly supported by Samuel L. Jackson, Uma Thurman and Harvey Keitel. Significant.
21.45 / antenna 3
The Anthill welcomes Alexia Putellas
To end the week, El Hormiguero will host Barcelona player Alexia Putellas, an athlete who won the Golden Ball for best player in the world and who will attend the program for the first time. Pablo Motos will speak to her about his brilliant career and track record, which includes a Champions League, six League Championships, seven Queen’s Cups and two Spanish Super Cups.
22.00 / Movistar premieres
“That was life”
Spain, 2020 (109 minutes). Directed by David Martin de Los Santos. Cast: Petra Martinez, Anna Castillo, Ramon Barea
For his debut in the world of feature film directing (he already had several expenses and documentaries to his credit), David Martín de los Santos surrounded himself with two actresses in a state of grace, Petra Martínez and Anna Castillo, to direct this tender and dramatic film Slow story that tells the story of two women who meet in a hospital in Belgium at very different times in their lives. An intense relationship that will help one to explore their roots and the other to question some of the principles on which they have built their lives.
22.00 / #0
More guests visit ‘Martínez y Hermanos’
Actor and singer Carlos Areces, actress Hiba Abouk and singer and composer Iván Ferreiro are the new guests that Dani Martínez will receive on the set of Martínez y Hermanos. At the beginning of the program, Dani Martínez talks to Hiba Abouk about her new series (I Killed My Husband) and her life in Paris. The showman will also put Iván Ferreiro to the test to find out if he’s an indie or mainstream musician. For his part, Carlos Areces will give the best interpretation of what we did on the program in the vocal app and of course they will have to play in the Breaking the Ice section and answer the long-awaited Julista question.
10:30 p.m. / Sundance TV
“Helsinki: Minors Unit” arrives
Sundance TV shows Helsinki: Children’s Unit, selected at the Berlinale Series Market 2021 and awarded the Golden Nymph at the Monte Carlo Festival 2021. Each of the eight episodes of this social drama about the Helsinki Child Protection Unit describes the case of a child in danger, the concern of his family and the work of unity to solve it. The protagonists go about their work with the utmost meticulousness, because every wrong decision can immediately lead to disaster. Rita (Lotta Lehtikari), the main character of this series, returns to her job at the Helsinki Child Protection Bureau after being suspended during a police investigation. She is tormented and feels the need to solve the case of the missing girl she still feels responsible for: Elli. What really happened to him?
22.30 / The 2
Maspalomas Drag Gala
After the Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Carnival Queen Election Gala comes the Maspalomas Carnival Drag Queen Gala. The Drag Gala of this municipality in the south of Gran Canaria has been reached after a hard-fought pre-selection, in which a total of 12 contenders finally qualified to become the queens of this event. It’s going to be a night of humour, transformation and fantasy.
22.30 / The sixth
“net of lies”
body of the lines. United States, 2008 (122 minutes). Director: Ridley Scott. Cast: Leonardo DiCaprio, Russell Crowe, Mark Strong.
The story of an American field agent who must delve into the underbelly of a terrorist stationed in Jordan in order to unmask a terrorist stationed in Jordan is at the heart of the plot in this well-dosed mix of action cinema and traditional espionage, directed by a Ridley Scott who is now directing his own Looking at the conflicts in the Middle East. Leading the cast are two effective and blockbuster actors: Leonardo DiCaprio and Russell Crowe, who revisits Gladiator, A Good Year and American Gangster with Scott.
22.40 / The 1st
Journey into the past by Antonio Alcántara
Tell Me How It Happened bids farewell to its 22nd season in retrospect with a special chapter. Right at the beginning of life in the capital of a young Antonio Alcántara (played by Daniel Arias), when he missed his family and even had to do things that he is not particularly proud of. In addition, some of the plots of the year will also be closed in this chapter entitled Whiskey.
22.45 / four
New puzzles in “Horizon”
Tonight on Horizon, Iker Jiménez will address NASA’s announcement of a scientific study on unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) led by David Spergel, astrophysicist and professor at Princeton University, with the intention of presenting the results in a future public publish report. On the other hand, the program will deal with rapid technological advances in artificial intelligence (AI) and the mysterious deaths of about a dozen Russian oligarchs under strange circumstances since the conflict erupted in Ukraine.
0.01 / Movistar drama
“The Danish Girl”
The Danish girl. Great Britain, 2015 (120 minutes). Director: Tom Hopper. Cast: Eddie Redmayne, Alicia Vikander.
A heartfelt portrait of the true story of artist Lili Elbe, the first transgender person to undergo gender reassignment surgery in the 1930s. After its applied formal correction, the film strikes with a passionate and engaging story and vibrates thanks to the monumental work of its leading couple.
0.15 / neox
“The Army of Darkness”
Army of Darkness. USA 1993 (84 minutes). Director: Sam Raimi. Cast: Bruce Campbell, Embeth Davidtz, Marcus Gilbert.
Something remains of the good results of the first part of the series that started with Infernal Possession. What concerns us is the third, both chronologically and for its quality. Time travel with clear references to Jason and the Argonauts for a fantasy lacking a few doses of fantasy. It can be seen.
1.30 / Movistar premieres 2
United States, 2008 (116 minutes). Director: Clint Eastwood. Cast: Clint Eastwood, Christopher Carley, Bee Vang.
Once again, the great Clint Eastwood’s filmography as a director and actor demonstrates his tremendous talent for storytelling in this simple and intimate drama about tolerance. Through the life of a lonely, resentful and racist widower whose greatest passion is looking after his car, a 1972 Gran Torino who has to live with the new social reality of his neighborhood, the film brings endless nuances about generational hostility to the picture Difference, coexistence, family relationships and culture shock.
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