Home quarantine: The best movies to see today on tv (12 may)


We are approaching the half of a atypical month of may and, although the measures of relief every time are more, keep some of the prohibitions to continue stopping the spread of the pandemic coronavirusthat have to do with stay at home the longer the better and just leave it for actions essential. We have spent already many, but there are more hours to fill with books, series, telework, and also movies. In the absence of film in the rooms, each day will advise you some of the best films that, each day, broadcast on television. That enjoy them.

Heroes in hell (FDF, 23:00 hours)

Drama inspired by the struggle of the heroic corps of firefighters, Granite Mountain Hotshots against a terrible fire happened in Prescott, Arizona, in June of 2013. Veterans Josh Brolin and Jeff Bridges carry weight to the argument of this good american movie.

Sabrina (La 2 of TVE, 21:55 hours)

The monument to the classic film the day will be broadcast tonight on The 2. Billy Wilder led in 1954 to Humphrey Bogart, Audrey Hepburn and William Holden in this romance focused on the young Sabrina, the daughter of the chauffeur british of the powerful Larrabee, who is in love with the youngest son of the family, who flirts with her for pure entertainment.

The hunger games: Sinsajo (AMC, 20:16 hours)

Third and final installment of the saga literary The hunger games of Suzanne Collins. Starring, also, Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth and Philip Seymour Hoffmanthat made this legend epic one of the key titles of the science fiction of the decade.

The dead don’t die (Movistar Premieres, 21:00 hours)

In the small town of Centerville, the dead come back to life and a motley group of characters will have to face them. One of the directors of worship the last few decades, Jim Jarmusch, returns with a zany film of terror starring Bill Murray.

Husbands and wives (AXN, 18:23 hours)

One of the best comedies the great Woody Allen is this that tells the story of the couple formed by Jack (also director Sydney Pollack) and Sally (Judy Davis), that surprised two of his best friends, embodied by Woody Allen and Mia Farrow, partner in the real life, announcing his intention of separating. Past the first moment of stupefaction, the couple begins to wonder if her marriage is based on a relationship really solid.