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Here are the 4 must-see films at the cinema this weekend

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If you're hoping for good weather to return this weekend, you'll be disappointed. Rain will be present in a majority of France over the next few days. Just like temperatures that deserve to be a little higher. But it's not a big deal since it gives you a good excuse to take refuge in the cinema closest to you.

But what should you go see at the cinema at the moment ? Many films come out every week. Some are worth the detour, others a little less. That’s why we take a close look at the box office every week. So, we select 4 films not to be missed. On the program this weekend ? Two freshly released films, and two features to catch up on. Come on, here we go.

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Challengers is the big release this week. Featured ? Zendaya, the darling of Hollywood, as well as Mike Faist (West Side Story) and Josh O’Connor (The Crown). At the helm ? Luca Guadagnino, the director of Call me by your name and Bones & All.

Challengers takes us to a clay court. Art is a tennis champion in decline. What could be better to restore his confidence than a low-level tournament, which he is sure to win?? But when he has to face his former best friend, Patrick, in the final, the past resurfaces and it doesn't It's not a pretty sight. Years ago, the two young men succumbed to the charm of the captivating and talented Tashi…

The feature film offers us a sultry love triangle and constant tension, reinforced by audacious staging and a powerful soundtrack. Between complex writing, which takes us into the depths of human relationships, and particularly remarkable actors, Challengers deserves all the enthusiasm it arouses.< /p>

Also read – Challengers review: never two without three

The life of Nora, a young lawyer, is turned upside down when she is faced with her first criminal case. Based on a true story, Première Affaire highlights the cruelty of the environment. Between the sensitivity of her young client and the seriousness of the crime of which he is accused, Nora vacillates and questions her choices… The transition from theory to practice will profoundly change young Nora.

With an average of 3.5 out of 5 for AlloCiné spectators and a rating of 3 out of 5 for the press, Première Affaire is especially the opportunity for Noée Abita to shine, she who carries the film by portraying young Nora.

Released last week, Riddle of Fire is the ideal film to watch with the family. At the crossroads of Goonies, Club des Cinq or Tom Sawyer, Riddle of fire invites us to follow a trio of children in search of the parental code of their new console and the family recipe for blueberry pie. But funny adventures happen to them. An epic that reeks of nostalgia and brings a breath of fresh air to dark rooms. Perfect for young and old alike.

Riddle of Firewon over AlloCiné spectators (3.8 out of 5) but also the press (3.6 out of 5). The feature film was presented during the Filmmakers' Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival and caused a sensation among the public.

Melissa is a seasoned prison guard who has just moved to Corsica with her family to make a fresh start. But she will quickly discover that here, it is the prisoners who watch the guards. Saveriu is an influential inmate who takes a liking to her and places her under his protection, which facilitates her integration. But the young man's release shakes Melissa's daily life…

Borgo surprises with its breathtaking plot from start to finish and plunges us into an infernal spiral. The performances of the actors are praised by the press (3.9) and by the spectators (4). While Borgo was released in theaters last week, it's not yet too late to find out.

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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