Want a movie? Our three favorites of the week

“The Bikeriders” (Jeff Nichols)

Hop on your bike, put on a leather and take out the six-pack of beer to follow the chronicle of the Vandals, an authentic motorcycle club from the Midwest in the 1960s. The Bikeriders by Jeff Nichols (Mud) brings together a sumptuous cast: Austin Butler and Jodie Comer as headliners, supported by Tom Hardy, Michael Shannon and Norman Reedus. All with a few glances towards The Freedmen by Martin Scorsese.

Our review of the film “The Bikeriders”

Jeff Nichols (“The Bikeriders”): “At this point in his career, I’m very curious to see what Austin Butler will become”Austin Butler and Jodie Comer move up a gear

“Maria” (Jessica Palud)

In her second feature film, Jessica Palud returns to the filming of Last Tango in Paris and the shattered destiny of Maria Schneider (excellent Anamaria Vartolomei), following the sexual assault orchestrated on set by Bernardo Bertolucci and Marlon Brando (Matt Dillon). A film that resonates with the big questions that run through current (French) cinema.

Our review of the film “Maria”

Jessica Palud: “I am not here to destroy Bertolucci. I am here to carry the voice of Maria Schneider” Anamaria Vartolomei: “Imagine what Maria Schneider must have felt when she was taken by surprise”

Vice-Versa 2

For a family outing, here is the latest from Pixar studios. At 12 years old, Riley sees new challenges and new emotions trying to take over his brain, while puberty is just around the corner… Won’t his natural optimism be overwhelmed by anxiety? ? Kelsey Mann insightfully examines the emotional roller coaster that sometimes takes over our inner lives. Enlightening, at any age.

Our review of the film “Vice-Versa 2”

Cinema in mourning

Cinema lost two major figures this week.

Anouk Aimée died on Tuesday at the age of 92: our portrait.

Donald Sutherland died on Thursday at the age of 88: our portrait.



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