(Golden, a las 16)
Abel is a nine-year-old boy admitted to a psychiatric hospital because of his strange behavior. Cecilia, his single mother, is sure that the best thing for her son is to return home with the rest of the family. She convinces the doctor to let Abel out for a week, during which time he will try to prove that it is not necessary to transfer him to a children’s hospital in Mexico City, despite his strange behaviors. With his father absent, Abel becomes an unconventional father figure who, in one way or another, manages to unite his family.
Happened yesterday? (part 3)
(TNT, at 20.01)
Two years have passed. Phil, Stu, and Doug live quiet, happy lives at home. The tattoos have been laser erased and the files removed. The boys are close to recovering from their night on drugs in Las Vegas and being kidnapped, shot and chased by gangsters in Bangkok. The only member of the Wolf Pack who is not satisfied is Alan. Still without a purpose, he has stopped his medications and indulged his natural urges in a big way, until a personal crisis forces him to finally seek the help of his three best friends. No bachelor party and no wedding, what could go wrong? But when the Wolf Pack gets under way, nothing is certain.
(Star Hits, a las 22)
A former special forces operative turned mercenary undergoes an experiment that leaves him with accelerated healing powers and adopts an alter ego. After enlisting in the army, Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds) begins to work as a mercenary, and will end up being an agent of the US Special Forces. Already retired, in his civilian life he dedicates himself to being a “hired thug” , helping people who cannot defend themselves. His life goes on normally, together with his girlfriend Vanessa (Morena Baccarin), until the terrible news arrives that he is seriously ill.
The heart of Sergio Ramos
A legend is defined by what it has been, but also by what it is and what it will be. We relive the great sporting milestones of an unrepeatable career while we accompany Sergio in one of the strangest and most complex seasons in the history of football. An opportunity to meet the myth but also the person behind it and who is already beginning to imagine a life after football.
Estela and her mother Clota must travel from Junín, where they live, to the town of Costa Bonita, in Necochea, to see some apartments that Estela’s father left her. This will become a nuisance for Estela, since her mother is someone difficult to deal with: she complains, she is afraid of everything, she says hurtful things and she keeps reminiscing about the past. The new film by Paula Hernández narrates the journey by micro of these two characters, a simple premise for a film almost always in tension as its two protagonists, brilliantly played by Valeria Lois and Rita Cortese, according to film critics. The only respite for poor Estela, and for the film itself, are some conversations she has with Primo (Sergio Prina).
In Correspondence, filmmakers Carla Simón and Dominga Sotomayor exchange visual letters that cover the personal and the political. With the history that unfolds between Spain and Chile, the respective countries of the filmmakers, the film goes from intimate reflections on family and motherhood, to the current political upheaval in each place.
Alexandre Aja (Crawl) returns to sci-fi horror in this chilling film about a young woman (Mélanie Laurent) who wakes up in a cryogenic capsule after an incalculable time and in an unknown place. In reality, he has no idea who he is or how he ended up there – all he knows is that he is running out of oxygen and must rebuild his memory if he is to survive. Oxygen begins with a white mouse circling an intricate maze. That rat will be the protagonist of the film and by extension, the viewers. A woman, whose name we do not know, at least at first, wakes up in a cryogenic capsule.
Confronting a serial killer
This is the astonishing story of the unprecedented relationship between writer and journalist Jillian Lauren and the most prolific serial killer in American history, Sam Little. This African American, born in the 1940s in the state of Georgia, was caught by justice in 2012, thanks to technological advances in police investigations. And it was inside the jail where he ended up confessing, voluntarily, his extensive criminal history. But he did not reveal it to the police, or to a security guard. He told Jillian Lauren, a journalist who took an interest in the case, corresponded with Little, and visited him in jail. Although the women who survived displayed self-destructive behavior, Jillian denounces with her work the fact that they internalized that it was a deserved punishment, that they felt guilty and humiliated and sometimes were not even called to testify, considering that their history would do them little worthy of credibility
Directed by Sydney Pollack and starring Tom Cruise in the title role, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Gene Hackman, Ed Harris, and Holly Hunter, among others. Mitch McDeere is an outstanding Harvard law student. On the verge of graduation he is recruited by Bendini, Lambert & Locke, a law firm in Memphis, Tennessee. When he joins the firm, he works closely with Avery, his mentor; while long working hours put their marriage to the test. As time progresses, he begins to uncover information about four associates who died under mysterious circumstances. A short time later the FBI contacts him and forces him to work for them. When the pieces come together and you find out who you’re really working for, it’s too late.