We reached the middle of January with the arrival of six new titles, some of them really interesting. As the most outstanding premiere we have ‘Malasaa 32‘(Warner Bros.), a promising horror film inspired by real events that takes us to Madrid in the 70s, when a family moves to a house in the famous Madrid neighborhood that turns into their worst nightmares. A family made up of Manolo, Candela, their three children and grandfather Fermn. They leave the town behind in search of the prosperity that the capital of a country that is in full transition seems to offer them. But there is something that the Olmedo family does not know: In the house they have bought, they are not alone …
For his part, with the intention of challenging him in ‘1917’ arrives ‘Bad Boys for Life‘(Sony), third installment of the franchise of ‘Two rebel policemen’ again starring Martin Lawrence and Will Smith as detectives Marcus Burnett and Mike Lowery and which, with large doses of humor and lots of action, is announced as the last mission of the two most famous policemen in Miami.
Finally, after the Oscar nominations were announced last Monday, ‘Jojo Rabbit‘(Hispano Foxfilm), a satirical comedy by Taika Waititi that has garnered 6 nominations for these awards, including those for Best Film and Best Supporting Actress for Scarlett Johansson. Regarding the plot, the film follows a lonely German boy named Jojo, whose worldview is turned upside down when he discovers that his single mother is hiding a young Jewish woman in the attic. With the sole help of his stupid imaginary friend Adolf Hitler (Waititi), Jojo must confront his blind nationalism.
For next weekend, the most prominent premiere will be ‘The Adventures of Doctor Dolittle‘, an adaptation of the legendary series of books for children from the 1920s in which Robert Downey Jr. gives life to the doctor who can talk to animals.
‘Bad Boys for Life’
Gnero: Action, Adventure, Comedy, Crime
Director: Adil El Arbi, Bilall Fallah
Guin: Chris Bremner, David Guggenheim, Joe Carnahan
Distribution: Will Smith, Martin Lawrence, Vanessa Hudgens, Kate del Castillo, Paola Nuez, Joe Pantoliano, Alexander Ludwig, Nicky Jam, DJ Khaled, Ivo Nandi
Argument: In this third installment of the franchise, the polkas Mike Lowrey (Will Smith) and Marcus Burnett (Martin Lawrence) return to patrol together on one last trip.
Gnero: War, Comedy, Drama
Director: Taika Waititi
Guin: Taika Waititi
Distribution: Roman Griffin Davis, Taika Waititi, Scarlett Johansson, Thomasin McKenzie, Sam Rockwell, Rebel Wilson, Alfie Allen, Stephen Merchant, Archie Yates
Argument: The story follows a strange young German (Roman Griffin Davis) raised by a single mother (Scarlett Johansson), and whose only ally is his imaginary friend Hitler (Waititi). His naive patriotism is put to the test when he meets a young woman (Thomasin McKenzie) who changes his worldview and forces him to face his greatest fears.
‘Playing with fire’
Gnero: Comedy, Family
Director: Andy Fickman
Guin: Dan Ewen, Matt Lieberman
Distribution: John Cena, Brianna Hildebrand, Judy Greer, Keegan-Michael Key, John Leguizamo, Christian Convery, Jasmine Vega, Kurt Long, Jessica Garcie, Finley Rose Slater, Tommy Europe, Kristine Wilson
Argument: When Fire Chief Jake Carson (John Cena) and his elite team (Keegan-Michael Key, John Leguizamo and Tyler Mane) arrive at a fire in the middle of the woods and rescue three brothers (Brianna Hildebrand, Christian Convery and Finley Rose Slater), they quickly realize that no training could prepare them for their most challenging job yet: babysitting. Unable to locate the children’s parents, firefighters have their lives, jobs, and even their fire station revolutionized, quickly learning that children, like fires, are wild and unpredictable.
Director: Albert Pint
Guin: Ramn Campos, Gema R. Neira, Salvador S. Molina, David Orea
Distribution: Begoa Vargas, Ivn Marcos, Bea Segura, Sergio Castellanos, Jos Luis de Madariaga, Ivn Renedo, Javier Botet, Mara Ballesteros, Rosa lvarez
Argument: Manolo and Candela settle in the Madrid neighborhood of Malasaa, along with their three children and grandfather Fermn. They leave the town behind in search of the prosperity that the capital of a country that is in full transition seems to offer them. But there is something that the Olmedo family does not know: in the house they have bought, they are not alone …
Gnero: Comedy, Drama
Director: Nicolas Pariser
Guin: Nicolas Pariser
Distribution: Fabrice Luchini, Anas Demoustier, Nora Hamzawi, Lonie Simaga, Antoine Reinartz, Maud Wyler, Alexandre Steiger, Pascal Rnric, Thomas Rortais, Thomas Chabrol
Argument: The mayor of Lyon, Paul Thraneau, finds himself in a delicate situation: after 30 years of political career, it is increasingly difficult for him to propose new ideas or alternatives, finding himself in the middle of an existential void. To overcome this bump, Paul hires a brilliant young philosopher, Alice Heimann. Their totally opposite personalities will stagger their respective worlds.
Director: Juan Rodriguez
Guin: Juan Rodrigez, Eduard Mont de Palol
Distribution: Lola Rubio, Jorge Dutor, Gianfranco Poddighe, Katrin Memmer
Argument: An erratic and eccentric circus company raises its tent on the outskirts of a small town on the Castilian plateau to finish putting the finishing touches on its new and great show, Human Rights. A show halfway between the revolutionary, the utopian and the necessary, but that sometimes cannot escape the most mundane.
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Premieres Spain (01/17/2020) – Welcome to the house of terror