This week, no science fiction, but a thriller, two dramas and a comedy are on the bill. Many trailers have been posted for Action or Truth, The Return of Mary Poppins, Ralph 2.0, Largues, Anon and a new adaptation of Fahrenheit 451. Family secrets
This week, the Marrowbone's Secret The Thriller plunges us into the world of 20-year-old Jack and his younger siblings. They decide "to hide from everyone the death of their mother who raised them alone. They find themselves left on their own in the isolated family farm, but soon, strange phenomena would indicate that a malicious presence haunts their only refuge. " The film is forbidden for children under 12 years old. The averages are 6.6 out of 10 in IMDb and 6.1 out of 10 in SensCritique.
In the drama The day of my return, we find Colin Firth and Rachel Weisz embodying the couple Donald and Claire Crowhurst. In an attempt to save his business by living an adventure out of the ordinary, the English businessman "decided to participate in the first solo sailing race to win the grand prize. Supported by his wife and children, he then embarks on this incredible odyssey through the seas of the world. But poorly prepared and facing himself, Crowhurst very quickly encounters serious difficulties. The averages are 6.2 and 5.2 out of 10, respectively.
Unexpected ArrivalsEva is another drama, adapted from James Hadley Chase's novel bearing the same name. Isabelle Huppert takes the lead role: "It all starts with a snowstorm. Eva, troubling and mysterious, burst into the life of Bertrand, a promising writer. This meeting will upset Bertrand to the point of obsession and will drag him to his ruin ".
If you prefer a lighter, more comical tone, Mrs. Mills, such a perfect neighbor, extends her arms. In this comedy, Pierre Richard takes the appearance of an old American woman living in Paris to trap her neighbor Hélène (Sophie Marceau), a publisher of romance novels. The man, disguised as a woman, will try to recover a painting of great value by becoming his friend. Problem, Ms. Mills will become the face of a magazine, greatly upsetting the plans, especially when Helen will discover the pot to the roses.
Truth or Dare ? Marie Madeleine wants to play too
Universal Pictures has decided to revive a game well known to teenagers (among others) in one of his upcoming films: Action or Truth. In this thriller, "a simple innocent game of Actions or Truths between friends turns into a bloody nightmare when someone – or something – begins to punish those who lie – or refuse to play" … A mix between Jumanji and Final destination ? In the cinema on May 2nd.
The studio also posted several videos for Marie Madeleine – yes "la" Marie Madeleine – in theaters March 28, and Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again, the sequel to Mamma Mia 2008. The output of this new opus is scheduled for July 25, 2018.
Mary Poppins and Ralph La Casse come back
At Disney, Mary Poppins will return to the cinema on December 19th … for "a whole new story", but with characters and a place that we know well. More than fifty years later, the super nanny is this time embodied by Emily Blunt (The Devil wears Prada, Looper, Edge of Tomorrow) and will resume service with the Banks family.
And since it is in old pots that we make the best soups, the studio has also posted a video for Ralph 2.0. Unsurprisingly, Ralph La Casse and Vanellope von Schweetz return for new adventures in the era of the Internet and Wi-Fi. Once on the network of networks, the two friends will discover a new digital era full of adventure, "stuffs", "fake news", surprising "top" and kittens obviously.
Dropped girls, the end of privacy in Anon
Pathé unveils on his side Largues of Eloise Lang with Miou-Miou, Camille Cottin and Camille Chamoux to name a few. "Rose and Alice are two very different sisters. Rose is free and rock n'roll. Alice is tidy and responsible. They do not agree on anything except for the urgency of cheering up their mother, Françoise, who was recently dropped by their father for a much younger woman. The mission they have given themselves is simple, "save mom" and the framework of operations well defined: a holiday club on the island of Reunion. In the cinema on April 18th.
A trailer for Anon, which Netflix has acquired rights, is also available on many unofficial channels. Clive Owen and Amanda Seyfried are starring Andrew Niccol (Welcome to Gattaca, Lord of War, Time Out). Here's the pitch: "In the near future, the end of privacy and anonymity has eradicated crime. When a detective crosses the road of a woman who should not exist, he realizes that crime has not really disappeared … ".
Netflix is full of series
Like every week or so, Netflix is relatively active on movie trailers. In recent days, it was the sixth and final season of House of Cards, with Claire Underwood (Robin Wright) in power. She warns, "this is just the beginning." Falling in the fall.
From March 23, the O Mecanismo series will focus on the "biggest corruption scandal in the history of Brazil". In three days, The Outsider will plunge us into post-war Japan: "An American prisoner soldier integrates into the dark universe of yakuza, and repays his freedom by adopting their way of life."
On March 12, it will be Annihilation's turn: "When her husband disappears during a secret mission, a biologist joins an expedition to a mysterious region, cordoned off by the American government." A month later, Lost in Space will be available: "The Robinson family members are sent into space to establish a new colony. But during their expedition, an incident forced them to a forced landing on an unknown planet.
Finally, HBO will broadcast in May the film Fahrenheit 451, obviously inspired by the famous novel by Ray Bradbury. As always, do not hesitate to tell us the movies that interest you via comments or on this topic dedicated to cinema reviews of our forum.