August 5, 2021

What to watch on TV today? Saturday February 27, 2021 | TV

12.20 / Sundance

Motorcycle Diaries

Argentina-Chile-Peru-USA, 2004 (127 minutes). Director: Walter Salles. Performers: Gael García Bernal, Rodrigo de la Serna, Mía Maestro.

In 1952, Ernesto Guevara and Alberto Granado embarked on a journey of romantic and adventurous intention in which they would travel more than 10,000 kilometers and rethink the meaning of their existence. Six years after ravaging the guts of viewers with Central station of Brazil, Walter Salles sets fire to the images of Motorcycle Diaries and create not only a vibrant road movie , but also a rocky portrait of characters and a committed sociological drawing that finally turns sour.

12.50 / TCM

What Happened to Baby Jane?

What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? USA, 1962 (136 minutes). Director: Robert Aldrich. Performers: Bette Davis, Joan Crawford

In Bette Davis’ maddened gaze, dedicated to tormenting an invalid Joan Crawford, beats an X-ray of squalor. They are two mature sisters, retired actresses, who live mired in a hatred that has been fed since they were children. What Happened to Baby Jane? is a maddened drama that pursues them to create a terrible spectacle of Big puppet, but also a sordid portrait of the sludge that human beings hide, which culminates in a final sequence as terrifying as it is cruel.

14.00 / Movistar LaLiga

Four matches of the football day

The First Division matchday includes four games that will be broadcast by Movistar LaLiga. In the morning the duel between Eibar and Huesca arrives at 2:00 p.m. Then, at 4.15 pm, Sevilla and Barcelona will face each other. At 6.30 pm it will be the turn of the match between Aavés and Osasuna. Finally, at 9:00 p.m. the match between Getafe and Valencia will arrive.

15.20 / Calle 13

American Gangster

EE UU, 2007 (150 minutos). Director: Ridley Scott. Intérpretes: Denzel Washington, Russell Crowe, Chiwetel Ejiofor.

Sometimes, Ridley Scott still knows how to show that one day he was the director of Alien Y Blade Runner. On this occasion, he accumulates power in his staging and manages to throw at the viewer the beats of his main characters, the first great Harlem trafficker in the seventies and the incorruptible detective in charge of catching him.

15.45 / Four

War Horse

USA, 2011 (146 minutes). Director: Steven Spielberg. Performers: Jeremy Irvine, Peter Mullan, Emily Watson, David Thewlis.

War Horse proposes a dramatic journey through different scenarios of World War I and follows the steps of a horse that serves as a link between various characters. A film that arrives weighed down by the tender gaze that Spielberg casts on the story; However, perhaps we should not regret a characteristic that is recurrent in the filmmaker, but rather enjoy his visual talent, present in memorable sequences such as that of the British cavalry advancing through the wheat fields or in visual discoveries such as the flight of the traveling howitzer. between two trenches and relates two of the protagonists. So, for better and for worse, War Horse it is neither more nor less than a Spielberg movie.

17.45 / Neox

The Italian Job

EE UU, 2003 (105 minutos). Director: F. Gary Gray. Intérpretes: Mark Wahlberg, Charlize Theron, Edward Norton, Donald Sutherland.

The leader of a band of thieves is betrayed and loses his loot: he will organize a meticulous plan to take revenge. This is how this starts remake from A job in Italy, Old 1969 film, which plays with at least a splendid cast and skillfully handles narrative twists.

21.00 / The Sixth

‘laSexta noche’ welcomes Jordi Évole

This Saturday, Iñaki López receives several visits on the set of laSexta noche, starting with Jordi Évole, who will present the new season of his space Lo de Évole, which begins tomorrow Sunday. Also present will be the actress Anabel Alonso, Boticaria García, Rocío Vidal (and Luis Quevedo. In addition, at the table of medical and scientific experts, doctors César Carballo, José Antonio López, Alfredo Corell and Juan Torres will be seated.

21.30 / Movistar Cine Ñ


Spain, 1999 (96 minutes). Director: Benito Zambrano. Interpreters: María Galiana, Ana Fernández, Carlos Álvarez, Antonio Dechent.

The astonishing first film by Benito Zambrano, which pours on the screen an unusual dramatic depth in a debutante, travels to a poor neighborhood in Seville to show a stark portrait of loneliness and frustrations. Without fuss, without a single excess, Zambrano delves into the relationship between a mother who senses that her life is ending and an alcoholic and pregnant daughter of a man who does not want to know anything about her. The filmmaker’s camera caresses his characters and weaves a splendid chain of images in which the reflection of life beats.

21.30 / The 1

Hope for Mexican refugees in Rio Bravo

Space Weekly report approaches, in the report The door in the wall to the situation of Mexican refugees from the Matamoros camp, on the Mexican bank of the Rio Grande, who have begun to cross the border thanks to the changes of the Biden administration in the face of the immigration policy of their predecessor. Later, Danger of addiction investigates the compulsive use of screens among the youngest.

22.00 / TNT

The Town. City of thieves

USA, 2010 (125 minutes). Director: Ben Affleck. Performers: Ben Affleck, Rebeca Hall, Chris Cooper, Pete Postlethwaite, Jeremy Renner.

Ben Affleck’s directing career grows thanks to this intense and robust thriller who accepts the codes of the black genre to turn on a group of robbers who survive in the Charlestown neighborhood. Affleck shows a narrative pulse that brings him closer to the classics, as in the robbery sequence that opens the film. It is true that the script abuses conventions, but the force of the filmmaker’s images makes the story throb.

22.00 / DMAX

Secrets of World War II

The deadliest and most destructive conflict in human history, whose devastating impact is still being felt, is the focus of DMAX, which premieres the documentary series Secrets of World War II. A production filmed in the United States, United Kingdom and France, which delves into events such as Dunkirk, ‘D-Day’, the Battle of Britain and the Blitz.