Tonight on tv : matt "Lion" and "Wall-E"

You don’t know what to watch tonight ? The Drafting of AlloCin√© shows you the movies and series on tv. Program : a robot in space, Dev Patel traces his past and the meeting of Al Pacino/Robert De Niro. “Allowed to watch” Wall-E by Andrew Stanton (Disney Cinema, 20: 45 cet) : “The magic Pixar is operating once again through this little robot touching. Despite the limited dialogue, the film is full of poetry and manages to embark, while sparing no criticism of our modern society.” Pascal Muscarnera Lion trailer VO Lion by Garth Davis with Dev Patel, Rooney Mara (Canal +, 21h05) : “bill very classic, this biopic signed Garth Davis (Mary Magdalene), and is damned effective. If the part devoted to Saroo adult is significantly less strong, it is caught up in the incredible journey into the beautiful landscapes of indians of this little boy. A little boy played by a true revelation, the shocking Sunny Pawar, whose large eyes both sad and bright long remain etched in memory. A remarkable epic, touching, giving a final of the most touching.” Caroline Langlois Heat trailer VO “Heat” by Michael Mann with Al Pacino, Robert De Niro (NRJ 12, 21) : “there was a before and an after” Heat “. For this little gem at the intersection of the polar and urban action film (cf the famous scene of shooting in the streets of Los Angeles), Michael Mann, the master of the minimalist style, is offered in the face-to-face to any movie buff had dreamed of : Pacino vs. De Niro. Such a confrontation, at a time when these two holy monsters were at the top of their charisma, well worth to reserve a niche of 2h50.” William Martin “Allowed to speak” And otherwise, among all the movies that are coming this evening, what is your favorite ? What are you going to watch this Tuesday, march 05 ? To find all programs, go directly to the grid by clicking here.

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