18.05 / Movistar Comedy
Corpse Bride. USA, 2005 (90 minutes). Directors: Mike Johnson and Tim Burton.
Tim Burton has never hidden his passion for animated film. In this wonder creates, with the help of Mike Johnson, a playful and lugubrious time story that poses a trip to the Land of the Dead by the hand of a young man who will end up seduced by a revived dead. Between images as surreal as the worm that lives in the body of the deceased and musical numbers as vivifying as the dance that the dead devote to the hero, Corpse Bride it raises a call to the triumph of vitalism and attacks all kinds of conventions.
18.10 / La 1
Princess of Asturias Awards 2018
The Campoamor theater in Oviedo is the setting for the awarding of the Princess of Asturias Awards 2018, prizes awarded since 1981. Among the laureates, who belong to the scientific, cultural or social world, are the filmmaker Martin Scorsese, the writer Fred Vargas, the journalist Alma Guillermoprieto, the climbers Reinhold Messner and Krzysztof Wielicki and the NGO Amref Health Africa.
22.00 / DMAX
Hellboy II: The Golden Army
Hellboy 2: The Golden Army. USA, 2008 (120 minutes). Director: Guillermo del Toro. Performers: Ron Perlman, Selma Blair, Doug Jones, Luke Goss, Anna Walton.
The second cinematographic installment of the hero created for the comic by the great Mike Mignola for the publisher Dark Horse is a baroque and motley film, turned into an example that commercial cinema and quality are not at odds. Above all, if behind the camera is not a fireworks manufacturer, but Guillermo del Toro, a film director who knows where to put the camera and give substance to his characters.
22.10 / Antenna 3
Mimi and Ana Guerra, united in scene
The participants in the program Your face is familiar to me Tonight, new imitations are taking charge, among which the one starring Mimi and Ana Guerra, who will join forces to be embodied in Becky G and Natti Natasha and version No pajamas, one of the successes of last summer. The program will also feature José Corbacho transformed into Raphael and María Villalón turned into Shakira, among others.
22.15 / The 2
Spain, 1998 (101 minutes). Director: Salvador García Ruiz. Performers: Gustavo Salmerón, Tristán Ulloa, Adrià Collado, Laia Marull, María Esteve, Lola Dueñas.
The amazing debut of Salvador García Ruiz, dramatically impeccable, stems from a staging that seems almost invisible, but develops as meticulous as expressive. Mensaka portrays a group of young people that shows in each gesture the embarrassment, the rebellion and the fear to grow. And the best of his unforgettable images comes from his credibility, from the passion with which the filmmaker embraces the story and from the amazing naturalness of a group of performers who were almost beginners at the time and who are now consolidated in Spanish cinema. A cinema that I hope will come more often to the daily reality of its surroundings, and that I wish it always with the honesty of Mansaka, a true example of true cinema.