premiere | 10 Movies On ‘Live Streaming’ You Can’t Miss This January



It starts in 2023 and does so with a variety of novels and documentaries Available to view at home on dreaded January slope. Beatle fans will get their dose with ‘Abbey Road: If the Walls’, fans of Jennifer Lopez will be able to enjoy her comedic visit in a new wedding film and fans of indie films will love some rarities like Earwig. There are basic social denunciation tapes like “Hype” or politics like “Klondike” about the war in Ukraine, plus the latest from Eddie Murphy and Jon Hamm.

“confess, share”

Thursday, the fifth day. Movistar +, Filmin

Greg Mottola, responsible for such cult films as “Adventureland” or “Superbad”, approaches the universe created by Gregory McDonald about journalist Fletch and his investigations, which have already been modified by Chevy Chase. right Now, Jon Hamm enters this character’s guise, accompanied by his Mad Men co-star, John Slattery. A detective comedy full of quirky characters that becomes an excellent counterpoint to the “punches in the back” series.

‘earwig’

Friday, Day 6. Filmin

The latest film by the great director Lucile Hadzihalilovic, which won the Special Jury Prize at the San Sebastian Festival in 2021, was part of the Atlántida Film Festival, but can now be enjoyed within the catwalk catalog. A work as mysterious as it is fascinating, filled with powerful imagery that delves into the imagination to create its own suspenseful and dreamy universe. A radical film that does not depend on narration, but rather on creating a hypnotic and suggestive atmosphere that takes us to disturbing cognitive and mental spaces.

Abbey Road: If Walls Could Sing

Friday, Day 6. Disney +

Paul McCartney’s daughter, photographer and documentarian Mary McCartney guides us through the stories of some of the most famous recordings that took place at Abbey Road Studios through a very personal journey, told from her own perspective. For the first time, the studio doors were opened to explore the scope of his contribution to modern music. There are interviews, archive photos, and previously unpublished session tapes Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Elton John, Liam & Noel Gallagher, John Williams, George LucasOr Cliff Richard or Jimmy Page or Shirley Bassey or Kate Bush or Roger Waters.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iKuXgFYZ

‘Noise’

Wed 11 netflix

It made it through theaters, but like many Netflix originals in a way that’s so small and fleeting that it can’t really be considered a proper show. So it’s time to find out Essential work by Natalia Berestin on The silent genocide of women in your country, Mexico, which is perfectly complemented by another critical work like “Noche de fuego”, by Tatiana Huizo (also on Netflix). A thriller-style film that brings us closer to a mother’s struggle to find her missing daughter.

“Les Magnetiques” (“Magnetic Rhythm”)

Friday, 13. Movistar +

It was presented at the Directors’ Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival and won the César Award for Best First Feature. The film directed by Vincent Mile Cardona, in addition to discovering a whole host of young faces in French cinema, is a fascinating portrait of a generation of the eighties, and how it characterizes the relationship with music. Some of the characters live from setting up a small local radio station. A nostalgic coming-of-age novel filled with catchy rhythms and legendary songs, reflecting on a world in constant change in which young people try to rebel, in their own way, against the system.

‘we’

Friday, 13. Movistar +

Before establishing herself with her first feature film, Saint-Omer, winner of the Grand Jury Prize at the recent Venice Festival and an Oscar nominee for France, documentary filmmaker Alice Diop was already clear about her interests, immigration and the everyday stories of her life. Ordinary people who face tragedies and inequalities in their daily lives. this work Follow in the footsteps of a nurse, writer, cleaner, junk dealer, fisherman and the film director herself To outline a fictional proposal in which the seen character mixes with the cinema of denunciation, taking into account the situation of the train line that runs through the suburbs of Paris.

“Jusqu’ici goes all”

Fri 20

Young actor and playwright Francesc Cuéllar appears behind the camera for the first time to compose A minimalist piece that reflects the cinema craft of the post-metoo era Through boundaries and consent. In the middle of filming, the protagonist requests a meeting with the director to inform him that she will not be doing the nude scene that was filmed the following week because she does not feel comfortable. You feel like it’s not an honest project and that scene only serves to make her objective. During a long conversation, both will present their positions on art and the way it is captured with integrity and respect.

‘people like you’

Friday the 27th. Netflix

Kenya Barris is the director and actor Jonah Hill writes and stars in this A comedy about cultural clashes and social expectations, generational differences and racial prejudices with a truly luxurious cast in which we find Eddie Murphy, Lauren London, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, David Duchovny, Nia Long, and Rhea Perlman. The creator of the #blackAF series continues to investigate African American family relationships and struggles in today’s society at the pace of the comedy.

An explosive wedding

Friday, the 27th. Amazon Prime Video

Jennifer Lopez and weddings, an unmissable classic. The actress and singer feels more comfortable in this subgenre since she starred in 2001’s “Wedding Plans” with Matthew McConaughey and has practiced regularly, most recently last year with Marry Me. She is now embarking on an action comedy with Josh Duhamel, whom she is about to marry on Dream Island when a group of mercenaries take them hostage. They’re accompanied by the quirky Jennifer Coolig and even Lenny Kravitz as a sexy ex.

“Klondike”

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