TV program: the best films to watch this Sunday, November 7 on free channels

Actors Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson as secret agents, a somewhat special trip to unknown land with Christian Clavier and Michael… Télé-Loisirs has selected the films not to be missed on TV this Sunday on the free channels.

As every week, Télé-Loisirs accompanies you in your cinema sessions at home. In addition to its weekly selection of new releases available on platforms such as Netflix, or audio description programs, the editorial staff offers you a choice of feature films every Sunday to savor from your sofa. On the menu this week: the confrontation of stars with bloated egos with one of the most isolated tribes in the world in comedy See you among the Malawas, stars Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson who form a shock duo of secret agents in Men in Black: International Follow the guide !

We will all go to heaven, at 1:30 p.m. on France 3

The new love affairs and misadventures of the forties ofAn elephant cheats a lot. Yves Robert and Jean-Loup Dabadie have concocted a more bitter story, still carried by the superb quartet of the first film.

Vera cruz, at 1:30 p.m. on Arte

At the end of the 19th century, in a revolutionized Mexico, two adventurers fought over a treasure… Robert Aldrich modernized the western with this cynical and dark work, carried by two actors at the top.

Apocalypse Now Final Cut, unpublished, at 8:55 p.m. on Arte

Everything has already been said about this absolute masterpiece by Francis Ford Coppola. The madness of its shooting, the mastery of its direction, its incredible cast … A monument film presented in the version proposed by the director in 2019, forty years after his Palme d’Or at Cannes. Thirteen minutes shorter than the “Redux” version, it has benefited from image and sound restoration and officially corresponds to what Coppola had in mind.

Germinal, at 9 p.m. on TF1 Séries Films

The rebellion of the muzzles in the northern settlements, in the 19th century. Claude Berri has given himself the means of his ambitions to adapt Zola’s work. The actors are perfect, including Renaud, remarkable in Étienne Lantier.

For a show, four celebrities move to an isolated African village. In this “Rendez-vous in unknown land” … to laugh, not everything is successful, but some gags are hilarious and the actors are endearing.

Break, unpublished, at 9:05 p.m. on W9

In search of her father, a dancer settles in the suburbs where she sympathizes with a waiter who introduces her to the world of hip-hop battles. Impressive dance scenes, but the script is too agreed upon.

A gigantic asteroid is rushing towards Earth. NASA instructs a team to destroy it by lodging a nuclear bomb in its heart. Despite a few lengths, an effective entertainment, with a prestigious distribution.

Passionate about aliens since childhood, a woman joins the Men in Black. His first mission: to unmask a mole. Nothing very original in this fun sequel, with a nice cast.

Leader of the apes, Caesar must defend his family against a human army that seeks to destroy them. This fight will determine the future of the planet. Matt Reeves (Cloverfield) closes the new trilogy with this powerful, deep and desperate shutter, like the inner conflict experienced by its hero, always remarkably interpreted by Andy Serkis, via motion capture. A peak of emotion and control.

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TV program: the best films to watch this Sunday, November 7 on free channels

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