What to watch on TV today? Saturday September 4, 2021 | TV

15.00 / Movistar Action

‘The writer’

The Ghost Writer. Reino Unido, 2010 (128 m.). Director: Roman Polanski. Int.: Ewan McGregor, Pierce Brosnan, Kim Cattrall.

Outstanding adaptation of Robert Harris novel The power in the shadow, that in the hands of a director of the category of Roman Polanski it was transformed into a suspenseful story with great visual force and some dialogues full of sarcasm. To highlight the work of Ewan McGregor giving life to the black man who accepts the commission to continue writing, after the death of his predecessor in an accident, the memoirs of a former British Prime Minister, played by an effective Pierce Brosnan. To tackle the project, he settles, together with the politician, on an island off the east coast of the United States. Silver Bear for the best director of the Berlin festival in 2010.

15.00 / Movistar Drama

‘There’

United States, 2002 (160 minutes). Director: Michael Mann. Cast: Will Smith, Jamie Foxx, Jon Voight.

Michael Mann (The last Mohican and Heat) featured the leading role of Will Smith -in a good job that earned him an Oscar nomination- to recreate the life of Muhammad Ali, one of the most controversial athletes of all time and whose influence on the society of the moment extended much more beyond the quadrilaterals.

15.40 / Four

‘Jurassic Park’

Jurassic Park. United States, 1993 (125 minutes). Director: Steven Spielberg. Performers: Sam Neill, Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum.

Much ado About Nothing. Despite its impressive special effects, an extremely flat film with which Steven Spielberg met again, for the umpteenth time and thanks to an unusual and highly studied display of marketing, the honeys of success at the box office around the world. Of course, dinosaurs seem to be alive, but that alone is not enough.

16.00 / 1

Penultimate stage of La Vuelta

Two and a half minutes separate the Spanish Enric Mas from the leader of La Vuelta, Primoz Roglic. Although the Slovenian cyclist has shown so far that he is the strongest in the peloton, the Movistar rider will be very aware of the evolution of the race to consolidate his second place in the Spanish round and, if necessary, attack the leadership. Through the 202 kilometers that separate Sanxenxo de Castro from Herville, with five scoring ports.

17.15 / Movistar Classics

‘Chosen for glory’

The Right Stuff. United States, 1983 (153 minutes). Director: Philip Kaufman. Cast: Sam Shepard, Scott Glenn, Ed Harris.

Philip Kaufman adapts Tom Wolfe’s acid book to show the race that man undertakes to conquer space. Good technical workmanship, interesting characters and a careful setting give an unusual force to this surprising social analysis. A round film.

19.07 / Movistar CineÑ

‘Open your eyes’

Spain, 1997 (114 minutes). Director: Alejandro Amenábar. Performers: Eduardo Noriega, Penélope Cruz, Chete Lera, Najwa Nimri.

After the award-winning Thesis and just before taking the big leap to Hollywood with The others, Amenábar invented this fascinating mix of melodrama, intrigue and science fiction, starring an impressive Eduardo Noriega. Although somewhat confusing narratively, Amenábar shows that he has plenty of talent to comfortably resolve the situation and plays with the reality-fiction duality with astonishing ease.

20.00 / Fox

‘Wolverine immortal’

X-Men: Wolverine 2. United States, 2013 (126 minutes). Director: James Mangold. Performers: Hugh Jackman, Tao Okamoto, Rila Fukushima.

Hugh Jackman seems to never tire of donning the Wolverine suit and adorning his hand with the indestructible adamantium claws. Now under the supervision of James Mangold (On the tightrope), a hermit Logan, tortured and immersed in the darkest moments of his life (vulnerable for the first time and defying his physical and emotional limits) travels to Japan to date his past. Guaranteed entertainment, yes; surprising as the first installments of the series, a resounding no.

20.00 / Neox

‘The time Machine’

The time machine. United States, 2002 (91 minutes). Director: Simon Welles. Performers: Guy Pierce, Jeremy Irons, Mark Addy, Samantha Mumba.

Since the original story of HG Wells first came to the screen in 1960 with the unforgettable Time in your hands, many have been the directors who have tirelessly revised the myth of the trips to the past or to the future. Simon Welles, Co-Director of The prince of Egypt, moves the action from London to New York to shoot this new version, which, with excellent special effects, does not abandon the imaginative richness of the literary original.

20.45 / Four

Ukraine faces France

The French team has returned to competition after their failure at the European Championship. They faced Bosnia and Herzegovina on the first day of this break and in their second match they will face Ukraine. Deschamps does not want relaxation, he has taken all the artillery for these qualifying commitments for the Qatar 2022 World Cup. will not be in the game will be Kylian Mbappé. The PSG striker had to leave the squad after suffering from muscle problems after the match against Bosnia.

21.00 / The Sixth

‘laSexta noche’ welcomes Gabriel Rufián

In this installment, the sixth night receives the spokesman for Esquerra Republicana, Gabriel Rufián, with whom he will comment on some sensitive issues of current national and international politics. In addition, they will visit the program Lolita and Luis Motola, protagonists of the play Take me to heaven, and will speak with Iñaki López and Cristina Pardo, who will be in charge of the La Sexta program from Monday Better late.

21.30 / The 1

Afghanistan, protagonist of ‘Weekly Report’

The Taliban and jihadist organizations around the world this week celebrated the departure of the last American soldier from Afghanistan. Twenty years of war have ended with a chaotic retreat that has deteriorated the image and prestige of the world’s leading power and of the entire West. Weekly report looks at Afghanistan’s failure with testimonies from refugees who have managed to escape the Taliban and others who live in anguish over their return to power. It will also feature experts and analysts on the panorama that opens the restoration of a regime that claims a return to the origins of Islam and the Arab customs of the 7th century. The program will analyze tonight the UN opinion on Garzón in An opinion for a cause and will dedicate his last report of the night to young poets in Poetry charged with the future.

22.00 / Movistar Premieres

‘Chronicle of a storm’

Spain, 2020 (85 minutes). Director: Mariana Barassi. Interpreters: Clara Lago, Ernesto Alterio, Quique Fernández.

For her feature film debut, Argentine director Mariana Barassi surrounded herself with a powerful leading couple, Ernesto Alterio and Clara Lago, who fight in an intense acting duel giving life to the director of a prestigious newspaper and his young employee, his possible successor , a brilliant woman who has sacrificed her life to move up in a male-dominated profession. Both begin a long conversation in the editorial office of the prestigious newspaper that uncovers all kinds of secrets and confessions. A remarkable adaptation of the play Testosterone, de Sabina Berman.

22.00 / DMAX

The killer wasps arrive

In this special program, The attack of the killer wasps, Chris Looney, an entomologist with the Washington DC Department of Agriculture, embarks on a mission to track down the killer hornets that invaded the American capital in the spring of 2020, rampaging in their wake. This species of Asian giant wasp is attacking humans and other species of insects such as bees. Along with other experts, Looney will investigate the behavior of these mutant creatures to try to stop their expansion.

22.00 / Telecinco

‘See you again’ receives Isabel Pantoja

Isabel Pantoja stars in this new installment of To see you again, in which he receives a surprise from Juan Pedro Hernández, a make-up artist who has been by his side for years. In addition, the Sevillian singer recalls the main milestones of her career and recognizes the great work of her mother, Doña Ana Martín, the first person who believed in her artistic qualities. Another of the guests on the program will be the Colombian actor Edgar Vittorino, who receives an emotional message. In addition, he will witness a woman’s desire to reunite with her little brother; a young man’s request for forgiveness from his partner; and the initiative of a woman determined to find a friend from her youth whom she has lost track of 35 years ago.

22.05 / The 1

‘Whims of destiny’

Random hearts. United States, 1999 (127 minutes). Director: Sydney Pollack. Performers: Harrison Ford, Kristin Scott Thomas, Bonnie Hunt.

Although Sydney Pollack surrounded itself with a cast with guarantees, with a main couple as well known as Harrison Ford and Kristin Scott Thomas, the film was shipwrecked in almost all its pretensions because of a mechanical script and with little emotion. In short, the typical film shot for the show off of Ford, but that leaves the viewer quite cold, despite the relationship of lust established by the protagonists.

23.32 / Movistar Classics

‘The big Lebowski’

The Big Lebowski. United States, 1997 (112 minutes). Director: Joel Coen. Cast: Jeff Bridges, John Goodman, Julianne Moore, Steve Buscemi.

Splendid comedy by the Coens that follows the line of productions such as Arizona Baby and Death among the flowers. On this occasion, the story revolves around a curious character, El Nota, an individual who lives hallucinated in a marijuana nebula and who one fine day is mistaken by some thugs for a rich millionaire from Pasadena, Jeff Lebowski. From here begins a whole display of crazy characters and surreal intrigues in which extortion, betrayal, deception and blackmail are mixed.

23.46 / #0

‘The Midnight Express’

Midnight Express. United States, 1978 (121 minutes). Director: Alan Parker. Performers: Brad Davis, Randy Quaid, John Hurt, Bo Hopkins.

Despite a tricky script, manipulated by Alan Parker at will, this film, full of attractions and based on real events, achieved the recognition of both critics and the public. It narrates the extremely difficult moments that a young American has to go through when he is arrested and later imprisoned in a nightmarish prison in Turkey. Complaints against the permanent violation of human rights narrated with crudeness and credibility.

24.00 / Neox

‘The jewel of the Nile’

The jewel of the Nile. United States, 1985 (101 minutes). Director: Lewis Teague. Performers: Michael Douglas, Kathleen Turner, Danny DeVito.

Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner rejoin the lead couple in this decaffeinated sequel to the 1984 Robert Zemeckis-directed film Behind the Green Heart. Lewis Teague (The Lady in Red) had already shown his capacity for this type of story, but the script was too mediocre to bring the film to fruition. Passable and little else.

24.00 / The 2

Female victims in ‘Thematic night’

Kidnapped, sold and used as sex slaves, more than ever a lucrative business has been generated around women as merchandise. Almost 200 million girls and women are missing in the world today. Themed night is coming tonight in The miracle of being a girl to women victims of war, poverty or family planning through documentaries The tree of daughters and I was a Yazidi slave.

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What to watch on TV today? Saturday September 4, 2021 | TV