13.40 / Antenna 3
'Roulette' meets 3,000 broadcasts
With today's program, Roulette of luck It fulfills 3,000 programs on Antena 3. For this reason, this delivery offers a double celebration. This 2018 already celebrated the anniversary in style, so now it will celebrate the 3,000 program combining this television milestone with the farewell of the year, which will turn it into a very original and fun program. There will be three pairs of contestants that will conquer the spectators.
21.30 / The Sixth
Mission Impossible United States, 1996 (102 minutes). Director: Brian de Palma. Performers: Tom Cruise, Jon Voigh, Emmanuelle Beart.
The television series that delighted spectators in the late sixties found its film version here. A trepidante action and intrigue tape starred, quite well, by the way, by Tom Cruise, and directed with great skill by Brian de Palma, director who had already done something similar in The Untouchables of Elliot Ness. Everything really very spectacular.
22.00 / Hollywood
'Living is beautiful!'
It's a wonderful life. United States, 1946 (130 minutes). Director: Frank Capra. Performers: James Stewart, Donna Reed, Lionel Barrymore.
Fascinating Christmas story, structured in two parts; a first in which reviews the benefits of the protagonist and a second in which it shows what would have been the life of his family and friends without him. Excellent technical invoice and some interpretations of height for a tape that constituted one of the most accomplished works of both Frank Capra and James Stewart. Irrepeatable and full of life.
22.00 / The 2
New Year's Eve, to 'Cachitos'
Music will once again be one of the highlights of La 2 this New Year's Eve with Iron and chrome bits The program presented by Virginia Díaz has prepared a special, 'The cabaret of iron and chrome', with live performances recorded in the room El Siglo del Mercantic of Sant Cugat del Vallès, set as a cabaret, with performances by groups such as La Casa Azul, The Refrescos, Los Punsetes and Dorian.
22.30 / DMAX
Special 'Border control'
For the last night of the year, DMAX will broadcast a border control marathon with the best deliveries of a format that accompanies the security forces to discover how the main border points of Spain are monitored. Enclaves where these agents have to be used thoroughly to fight against drug trafficking, smuggling of tobacco and merchandise or false documentation, among other things. All of them must face situations that range from the comic to the dramatic.
4.00 / Europsport
Tennis, to finish the year
The Australian Open is just around the corner, and the best rackets in the world are prepared to arrive in the best possible condition to the first Grand Slam of the year. But first, Eurosport will be very aware of what happens on the Brisbane ATP tracks (from today and until next Sunday, January 6), where important players like Rafael Nadal, the current champion Nyck Kyrgios, Andy Murray will meet , Kei Nishikori or Grigor Dimitrov.
11.15 / The 1
New Year's Concert
The German Christian Thielemann will take the baton in the traditional New Year's Concert, leading the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. The program will include pieces by Carl Michael Ziehrer, Josef Hellmesberger Jr. and the Strauss dynasty, along with the essentials The Blue Danube Y Radetzky March. In addition, the Vienna State Ballet will show its modern face with the young choreographer Andréi Kaydanovskiy.
16.00 / Antenna 3
Intouchables. France, 2011 (112 minutes). Directors: Olivier Nakache and Eric Toledano. Interpreters: François Cluzet, Omar Sy.
A monumental box office success governed by his intention to triumph among all types of spectators. Untouchable he approaches a quadriplegic millionaire who will regain his love for life thanks to the care he gets from a young man in the suburbs. His play with drama and comedy leads to a calculated spectacle: friendly characters, timely touches of humor and a bit of transgression, although acceptable by all ages.
22.00 / Movistar Drama
Les Misérables. RU, 2012 (160 minutes). Director: Tom Hooper. Performers: Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, Anne Hathaway, Amanda Seyfried, Samantha Barks, Helena Bonham Carter,.
The great musical of Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg took many years to reach the screen until the responsibility finally fell on Tom Hooper, popular director of The speech the king. The Miserables vibrates on the screen thanks to some monumental songs (and it should be noted that all the performers sing themselves). The film sins a bit too much, with a camera that almost always looks for "impossible" frames, but shines in its effort to recreate the splendors of the original work and, interestingly, delivers its best moments in its visually simpler sequences, such as the appalling flat shot in which Anne Hathaway sings I Dream a Dream.