15.45 / Four,
United States, 2011 (106 minutes). Director: J. J. Abrams. Intépretes: Joel Courtney, Kyle Chandler, Elle Fanning, Riley Griffiths, Ryan Lee.
Steven Spielberg, this time in charge of the production, and one of its most advantaged students, JJ Abrams, in the direction and the script, joined forces to shoot this fascinating mixture of science fiction, intrigue and comedy that pays homage to children's films and youth of the eighties (E.T., Count on me, The Goonies). Alien cinema full of imagination and nostalgia for a time when children could dream of being film directors while filming their stories with a super 8 camera.
22.00 / Movistar CineDoc & Roll
'McQueen', a different designer
An interesting work comes to Movistar CineDoc & Roll, the documentary McQueen, which focuses on the rise and fall of the artist. It also offers essential keys to understand the British inner universe and the motivations that led him to end his life right at the most important moment of his career. The biography of Alexander McQueen, who worked with figures such as Lady Gaga or Björk, is full of light and shadow and is as fascinating as the artist's collections. This work has interviews with the designer and unpublished homemade recordings, all a cinematic treasure. Like the privileged (and tortured) mind of the artist, this document displays a show full of beauty and passion.
22.05 / The 1
Night of trips, in 'MasterChef'
Before dismissing the year, the aspirants of MasterChef Junior They will cross the Spanish borders through gastronomy and travel to Disneyland Paris to celebrate the 90th anniversary of Mickey Mouse. At their first stop they will cook obster roll, barbecue ribs, vegetable lasagna, spring rolls, sweet and sour chicken and prawns bread, coulibiac and soup cock-a-leekie. In addition, they will have the visit of the singer Malú.
22.30 / La 2
'A wild god'
France, 2011 (80 minutes). Director: Roman Polanski. Performers: Jodie Foster, Kate Winslet, John C. Reilly, Christoph Waltz.
The popular theatrical play by playwright Yasmina Reza helped Roman Polanski to shoot this outstanding and energetic tragicomedy in which two couples, after a fight between their children, try to civilize the conflict. What begins as a friendly conversation takes on much more violent overtones as parents reveal their social contradictions and prejudices. Sparkly.
23.00 / Neox
'Preúvas', from Puerta del Sol
Happy New Year Neox returns to close the year with the company of Homo zapping. The spectators will enjoy new sketches that parody series and outstanding programs that have been seen throughout 2018 and that will follow the usual scheme of the program. Then, when midnight approaches, live, from Puerta del Sol in Madrid, it will be the turn to celebrate the traditional ones preludes of Neox.