11 must-see films to see this weekend (February 4-6): ‘Moonfall’, ‘Mission Impossible: Fallout’, ‘Through My Window’ and more

A new weekend is about to begin and in Espinof we were not going to miss our cinema with the most outstanding cinema you can see these days in cinemas, streaming platforms, physical or broadcast format on a Spanish national television channel. Below you will find the 11 movies which I selected this time.

In theaters

‘fall of the moon’

Roland Emmerich’s new disaster film is a real nonsense that combines both the most playful and the most dramatic aspects of this type of production. A very daring proposition but perhaps not as entertaining as many would like.

‘Driving my car’

One of the great auteur cinema sensations of recent times is this film by Ryūsuke Hamaguchi of a story of Haruki Murakami. Three hours of footage that received a host of applause in its wake, to the point that it even looks like it could be one of the best picture nominees at the next Oscars.


“Through My Window”

Netflix’s big theatrical release this week is the adaptation of a bestselling romance novel. The result is a sort of “Fifty Shades of Grey” aimed at a teenage audience, with all that that entails.

in physical format

“Three o’clock robbery”

One of the most iconic comedies in the history of Spanish cinema. Very funny and with a wonderfully chosen cast, this film by Jose Maria Forque It has an ingenious script and with good dialogues so that it is almost impossible not to have a good time with it.

‘At the bottom of the stairs’ (‘The Changeling’)

A great horror movie Pierre Medak knows how to take full advantage of the concept of haunted houses. The only downside we could put is that there are so many works that have drunk it that, obviously, it doesn’t make the same impression.

on TV

‘Multiple’ (‘Divide’)

definitive confirmation that M.Night Shyamalan was still in shape came from the hand of this remarkable thriller in which a very inspired james mcavoyalthough the eye also the good work of Anya Taylor-Joy.

Early morning from Friday to Saturday at 12:30 a.m. at La 1

‘Lost’ (‘Gone Girl’)

A twisted thriller David Fincher that in other hands it might have been another but it wasn’t and what we got was an absorbing film that knows how to fully squeeze the mystery it offers Gillian Flynncounting for it with a top-notch cast led by Rosamund Pike and Ben Affleck.

Saturday at 3:30 p.m. at Paramount


A comic western for which I will always have a lot of affection, because it is a fairly accessible gateway to the genre, because it has other attractions such as the alchemy between Mel Gibson and Jodie Fosterthe good work behind the scenes Richard Donner or a specially inspired home stretch in which poker is featured.

Saturday at 6:15 p.m. in Trece

‘The Invisible Thread’ (‘Ghost Thread’)

A twisted and elegant film by Paul Thomas Anderson which explores the special relationship established between the characters embodied by masters Daniel Day-Lewis and Vicky Krieps.

Saturday at 10 p.m. at La 2


The antihero embodied by Wine Diesel it returns with a third opus clearly superior to its predecessor but without equaling the remarkable ‘Pitch Black’, with which it shares a similar tone. A good science fiction film that also knows how to entertain the public.

Sunday at 3:45 p.m. at Paramount

“Mission Impossible: Fallout”

a great adventure Tom Cruise like Ethan Hunt in which the excellent action scenes shot by Christopher McQuarrie and the appropriate addition of Henry Cavill to the saga. During a first viewing, I was not very convinced by the script, but the second time I saw it, it became clear to me that I was too picky at the time.

Sunday at 10:05 p.m. in La 1

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