essays for life
Comedian and producer Nathan Fielder returns to television in a show that explores the lengths one man will go to reduce the uncertainties of everyday life. With a construction team, a legion of actors, and seemingly limitless resources, Fielder enables ordinary people to prepare for life’s most important moments by rehearsing them in carefully designed simulations of his own.
14.55 / Eurosport
The excitement of the Superbike World Championship and Formula E
Motor world lovers have several appointments in July, and some of them take place this weekend. The action begins with the celebration of the test in the United Kingdom of the World Superbikes (14.55 and 16.00). Next, Formula E will kick off a double race on the New York street circuit, with a first race on Saturday at 6:50 p.m. and the second on Sunday at the same time.
15.40 / Neox
United States, 1997 (119 minutes). Director: Gregory Hoblit. Cast: Denzel Washington, John Goodman, Donald Sutherland.
Interesting film that, following the line of blockbuster hits with a dark setting such as Seven Y The silence of the lambs, insists on characters of ambiguous morality. The protagonist of this story by Gregory Hoblit (hidden trace) is the always effective Denzel Washington. Murders and supernatural intrigues for a dark, disturbing and truly exciting film.
15.45 / Four
‘A height shot’
Tower heist. United States, 2011 (104 minutes). Director: Brett Ratner. Cast: Ben Stiller, Tea Leoni, Eddie Murphy.
The coup that says in the title is the one that the employees of an unscrupulous billionaire who has defrauded them and from whom they plan to steal a lot of millions of dollars want to commit. With this argument, a discreet action comedy begins that subordinates almost everything to his well-known cast. Passable.
4:00 p.m. / Comedy Central
United States, 1996 (87 minutes). Director: Joe Pytka. Cast: Michael Jordan, Wayne Knight, Theresa Randle
Some aliens bent on taking all the cartoon characters to their planet will have to play an original basketball game in this funny film, with which Michael Jordan made his film debut accompanied by such acclaimed myths as Bugs Bunny or the Tasmanian Devil .
17.48 / Movistar VHS
‘The bridges of Madison’
Bridges of Madison County. United States, 1995 (129 minutes). Director: Clint Eastwood. Cast: Clint Eastwood, Meryl Streep, Annie Corley.
Masterful drama with which Clint Eastwood tasted success again. The actor and director adapted the homonymous novel by Robert James Waller into a moving film that talks about love and the consequences of the possibility of choosing. For the protagonists, nothing better than a truly exceptional couple like the one formed by Meryl Streep, perfect in her difficult role, and Eastwood himself. A good sense of rhythm and an admirable soundtrack end up rounding out this great work.
19.05 / Hollywood
‘The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers’
The lord of the rings: The two towers. United States, 2002 (181 minutes). Director: Peter Jackson. Cast: Elijah Wood, Ian McKellen, Liv Tyler, Viggo Mortensen.
Second installment of the series based on Tolkien’s work and directed again by the Australian Peter Jackson. The balance of Middle-earth has been shattered, and the evil influence of the ring has divided the community that formed to destroy it. The last hope lies in the feat of the hobbits Frodo and Sam. Stunning special effects for a wildly entertaining fantasy adventure.
19.20 / 1
Spain, 1969 (82 minutes). Director: Ramon Fernandez. Performers: Alfredo Landa, José Gálvez, Florinda Chico, José Sacristán, Rafaela Aparicio.
after rolling there goes another recruitRamón Fernández returns to the past to film this bland remake of the film starring José Luis Ozores, Recruit with child. Alfredo Landa takes over and acts as a redneck in this sentimental serial. Old-fashioned, but it has its audience.
20.50 / 1
Spain seeks the quarterfinals in the women’s Eurocup
The Spanish team continues its journey in the women’s soccer Eurocup. After last Tuesday’s defeat (2-0) against Germany, a match that achieved a record audience of 1.4 million viewers, the Spanish team needs at least a draw to qualify and advance to the quarterfinals. They will face a Denmark that arrives with the same points to this last day of group B.
21.30 / The Sixth
Greater Wyoming, in ‘laSexta noche’
The program hosted by José Yélamo and Paula del Fraile receives the comedian El Gran Wyoming tonight. with the presenter of The intermediate They will take the opportunity to review current news, including the recent debate on the state of the nation. In addition, he will talk about his new program, You are here, in which, together with David Trueba, he analyzes current events in Spain through humor.
22.00 / Antenna 3
‘La Voz Kids’ reaches the semifinal
Of the four singers who have reached the semifinal in each team, only two will become finalists: one of them will be chosen by the public and another by the jury itself. David Bisbal, Sebastián Yatra, Aitana and Pablo López will sing with their young aspiring winners. Afterwards, the contestants of each team will perform a solo theme. At the end, the time will come to decide who goes to the final and at the end of the night the names of the eight finalists of this edition of The voice Kids.
22.00 / Telecinco
Ana María Aldón reappears in ‘Let yourself be loved’
Toñi Moreno interviews the wife of José Ortega Cano, who explains how she is, the reason why she has decided to move away from the media spotlight and the state of her relationship with her husband, as well as receiving an emotional message from a person close to her. In addition, the program has the participation of Mariana Rodríguez, former contestant of survivorswho will be reunited with his mother, whom he has not seen for several months.
22.00 / DKISS
Murderers in sheep’s clothing, in ‘Unusual Suspects’
This true crime The premiere shows complicated investigations in which the police put their theories to the test to uncover possible suspects while the investigations take them through unexpected and bewildering turns to uncover unsuspected culprits. The production recreates real cases to capture the terror of these macabre mysteries while using images from the news, recorded calls to 911, interrogation videos and homemade audiovisual material to anchor these stories to reality. Homicides that take more than 15 years to solve, killers with a terribly deceptive peaceful appearance, erroneous DNA, imprisoned innocents and false confessions make up the enigmas that focus these stories.
22.15 / Four
United States, 2011 (111 minutes). Director: Joe Wright. Cast: Saoirse Ronan, Eric Bana, Cate Blanchett, Alvaro Cervantes.
Just before shooting some episodes of the series Black Mirror, Joe Wright returns to the movies to direct this energetic thriller centering on a young woman, Hanna, who has been trained in a remote part of Finland by her ex-CIA father to become the perfect soldier. The one in charge of getting into this dense character is Saoirse Ronan. All under the enveloping soundtrack of The Chemical Brothers.
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