Thursday 24th November kicks off a rich and especially varied film week for Italian cinema. From the long-awaited new Disney classic Strange His World, to the return of Detective Bran in Glass Onion – Knives Out, to Taylor his Russell and Timothée Chalamet expedition in Bones, find all the movie synopsis and trailers Let’s.
Mr. Crade is a farmer, but he has a dynasty of great explorers in his veins. As such, her family was contacted by the President for an unprecedented assignment. This is what leads Crade to extraordinary discoveries. It’s a new world inhabited by fantastic creatures. From the creators of Big Hero 6 and Encanto, his 61st classic by Walt Disney Animation is inspired by the pulp magazines that were hugely popular in the early 20th century, and promises all the classic elements of Disney magic in a journey of adventure. It’s a story.
Strange World: An Eco-Friendly, Inclusive Family-Friendly Adventure
Glass Onion – Knife Out
By Rian Johnson, Daniel Craig, Dave Bautista, Ethan Hawke, Kathryn Hahn, Edward Norton, Janelle Monae, Leslie Odom Jr., Jessica Henwick, Kate Hudson
Tech mogul Miles Bronn invites his closest friends to a private island in Greece. But a holiday in a paradise of sun and sea is suddenly ruined by the discovery of a dead body. Detective Benoît Blanc immediately springs into action and investigates the matter… In the second chapter of the series and the sequel to Knives Out, Detective Blanc (Daniel Craig) is surrounded by suspects working on a new case. You’ll find that there are quirky rich and extravagant men – played by an all-star cast.
bones and all
By Luca Guadagnino, with Taylor Russell, Timothée Chalamet and Mark Rylance
USA, Virginia, 1980s. Maren’s father abandons her teenage daughter and leaves her to her fate. So the girl decides to go find her mother, and she decides to take a road trip through the exciting landscapes of the Midwest. She is never alone there. Among the thousands of homeless, vagabonds marginalized by her Reagan-era American society, Lee is actually a combative young man who helps her make sense of herself and her world. Luca Guadagnino’s first American film explores one of the most difficult and controversial situations in recent history, her search for and acceptance of self. America has been sunk by Reagan, the AIDS epidemic, and an unprecedented generational gap. full.
Bones and All is an unconvincing romantic splatter
Tori and Lokita
By Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, with Schils Pablo and Mbundu Joely
After a hopeful trip to Sicily, little Tori and little more than an adult Rokita managed to reach Belgium. However, because her boat-born sibling bond is not blood-related, the girl cannot obtain her residency permit and she risks being deported to Benin. As if that wasn’t enough, the duo must send money to their families in Africa and return it to the smugglers through the “passage” to Italy. So they work for restaurateurs and drug dealers, delivering pizza and drugs. The Dardenne brothers (his two Palme d’Or winners) are back in Cannes. It’s about humanity, marginalization and immigration, which is typical of their films.
At the Cinema Tori and Lokita of the Dardenne: A Brotherly Bond Born of Difficulties
Written by Russell Crowe Starring Russell Crowe, RZA, Elsa Pataky, Liam Hemsworth, Jacqueline McKenzie, Matt Nable, K. Curran, Lynn Gilmartin, Daniel McPherson
Avid gambler and billionaire Jake Foley decides to raise the stakes again for thrill-seeking. So he gathers close friends at his Miami mansion for a special game of poker. The winner wins an unimaginable amount of money, but in return they must share their most hidden secrets. The previous second film explores conflicting love-hate relationships within a high tension game where the game gradually replaces action.
Poker Face, a thriller by (and co-written by) Russell Crowe, not a movie about poker
From Thursday 24th November in cinemas to watch: “La California” by Cinzia Baumori, “Spaccaossa” by Vincenzo Pilotta, the documentary “Fortuna Granda” by Francesca Sironi and Alberto Gottardo, and the French (and very entertaining) Una’s voice from the chorus.