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Cinema: top 4 films to see in cinemas this weekend


It’s the weekend already! And who says weekend, says moments for you. If you don't yet know what to do to take advantage of these days of rest, or you simply want to paint yourself a picture, you can trust us. Like every week, we scrutinized the box office. Between three sensational releases and a film to catch up on before it's too late, you won't be bored.

This week notably marks the return of a very popular animated film… But not only that! Alone, as a couple, with family or friends, discover our selection of 4 films to see at the cinema this weekend.

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With a 5-star cast, The Bikeridersis promising. Jeff Nichols' feature film takes us to the United States of the 1960s. Kathy, with a strong temperament, crosses paths with Benny, who has just joined the Vandals biker gang. But what was only a group welcoming the “marginals” quickly becomes a gang of shameless thugs. Benny is torn… Will he have to choose between love and his loyalty to the gang??

Just released, The Bikeriders is already unanimously received by the press and AlloCiné spectators. The film benefits from a rating of 3.6 out of 5, which is a great achievement. The photography, like the synopsis and the actors are acclaimed. Austin Butler (Elvis), Jodie Comer (Killing Eve) and Tom Hardy (Mad Max: Fury Road) are extremely convincing in their respective roles.

This is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated films of this year. After the thunderous success of Vice-Versa in 2015, Riley's emotions are back in a sequel that is as colorful, funny and moving as ever. For our reunion, Riley is turning 14 and she is a real teenager. Vice-Versa 2 is interested in the thankless age, which brings its share of new emotions. Joy, Sadness, Fear, Anger and Disgust must accommodate Anxiety, Envy, Boredom and Embarrassment and cohabitation will not really be easy.

Vice-Versa 2 is particularly funny, with a series of jokes and comical situations. But the feature film plays with our emotions and intends to play with our tear glands. Funny, yes. But also poignant. With respective ratings of 3.7 (press) and 4.1 (AlloCiné spectators), Vice-Versa 2 everyone agrees. To discover our detailed review, it’s right here.

Presented at the Cannes Film Festival in the Cannes Premiere section and awarded the Ecoprod prize, Maria is not to be missed in cinemas. This biopic dedicated to the actress Maria Schneider is particularly interested in the filming of the sulfurous feature film Last Tango in Paris with Marlon Brando, thanks to which she will know the glory. But at what cost ?

Maria is loosely based on the book Your name was Maria Schneider , written by Vanessa Schneider, cousin of the famous actress. In this feature film, Jessica Palud wants to pay tribute to Maria Schneider and highlight the abusive behavior that the actress denounced during her time. Necessary and moving, Mariamanaged to reach the press (3.2 out of 5) and AlloCiné spectators (3.6 out of 5).

If you like Quebec cinema, Dissidenteis still being shown in several cinemas. In this drama, Pier-Philippe Chevigny meets us in Richelieu, an industrial city in Quebec. Ariane is hired in a factory as a translator. But faced with the deplorable working conditions of Guatemalan workers, she finds it difficult to remain indifferent. The young woman then takes many risks to fight against this exploitation which she considers unacceptable.

For his first feature film, the director pulls no punches. Social violence is at the heart of Dissidente and should make more than one viewer suffocate. The film received a rating of 3.6 from the press while AlloCiné spectators were even more enthusiastic with an average of 3.9 out of 5.

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Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116