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If you like Spider-Man comics, Spider-Man movies, Spider-Man action figures and / or Spider-Man Underoos, get ready for “Spider-Man: No Way Home”, which is pretty much most Spider-Man movie of all time.
This weekend, Tom Holland returns with the famous red and blue leggings for Spidey’s next (and quite huge) adventure in the Marvel Cinema Universe, while Bradley Cooper is the front page of an old noir thriller Guillermo del Toro. Machersala Ali does a double duty – and Glenn Close is his doctor! In an Apple TV + sci-fi drama about love and death, Will Arnett voices a giant fighting monster in a Paramount + animated comedy, and Chloe Grace Moretz tries to survive the robot revelation in a futuristic thriller .
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Here’s a guide to new movies that will satisfy every cinematic taste:
If you need a superhero repair: “Spider-Man: No Way Home”
Holland proves once again that it is the best Spidey movie ever in this fascinating epic that breaks many genres. The best teenager Peter Parker is presented as the heroic crawler wall, which overturns his life and threatens his chances of studying at MIT. So he approaches his magical friend Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) to devise a spell to make everyone forget his secret identity, leading to a visit by old Spidey movie villains, including Green Goblin (Willem Dafoe), Electro (Jamie Foxx) and Doc. Ok (Alfred Molina). If you are a fan of Marvel or Spider-fans, you should see it.
Where to watch: In theaters
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If you like the most creepy aspects of the circus: “Nightmare Alley”
In the Del Toro adaptation of William Lindsay Gresham’s 1946 book, Cooper is portrayed as an enigmatic and charming lure with a greedy, ruthless side who fulfills his instincts at a travel carnival and then moves on to a high school. rich signs. His show puts him on the radar of a methodical psychoanalyst (Cate Blanchett), which is both good and bad for his business. Cooper has an interesting character trait, Blanchett is amazing and del Toro creates a wonderful world of crooks and charlatans.
Where to watch: In theaters
Review: The elegant “Nightmare Alley” by Guillermo del Toro is a walk full of charm
If your kids love professional wrestling and / or giant monsters: “Rumble”
Cartoon sports comedy imagines a world where Godzilla-sized creatures fight each other and each city has its champion. When Tentacular (voiced by Terry Crews) wins “The Big Belt”, he turns to his hometown, Stoker, and moves on to a nicer new location. Teen Winnie (Geraldine Viswanathan) trains salsa dancer Steve (Will Arnett) to become Stoker’s new champion and save the stage named after Winnie’s dad. Even with a predictable underdog story, those who appreciate headlocks and body slams will love it.
Where to watch: Paramount +
If a Machersala Ali is not enough for you: “Swan song”
In the beloved and melancholy sci-fi piece by writer / director Benjamin Cleary, graphic designer Cameron (Mahershala Ali) keeps his incurable illness a secret from his beloved wife (Naomie Harris) and signs a radical sci-fi project to save his family. loss: An innovative doctor (Close) creates his doppelganger (also Ali), with a mind that has all his memories and a healthy body that will not have the disease. But before the new Cameron can be installed in the prototype house, both versions must resolve the emotional complications arising from the switch, allowing Ali to do his usual excellent job twice.
Where to watch: Apple TV +
If you dig a good international movie: “The Hand of God”
Writer / director Paolo Sorrentino (“Youth”) plays with this well-crafted and soulful Italian adult drama about a young loner growing up in Naples in the 1980s. Fabietto (Filippo Scotti), a teenager from a large and crazy family , feels the commotion in the city with the arrival of football hero Diego Maradona. When he is not watching his fights, Fabietto befriends smugglers, crashes with his aunt (Luisa Ranieri) and thinks of becoming a director, although an unexpected tragedy throws away his sense of hope, leaving him to figure out how to process a lot. pain.
Where to watch: Netflix
If you are worried about RoboCup: “Mother / Android”
It takes place in the near future, where humanoids who have settled as butlers, waiters and other service workers become evil in an android uprising, a young woman 9 months pregnant (Moretz) and her boyfriend (Algee Smith) have to cross a dangerous no country to go to Boston – and then abroad. The interesting plot is lost in a first half filled with overcooked human drama, until an AI programmer (Raul Castillo) helps the expectant mom, encounters murder bots and the film takes a welcome turn to the brutally insane.
Where to watch: Hulu
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