Face as the final part of an 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.
Exodus: Gods and kings (Telecinco, 22:45 hours)
The excellent director Ridley Scott it was put to the front of this peplum modern in which tells the story of Moses (Christian Bale), a man of extraordinary courage who defied the pharaoh Ramses (Joel Edgerton) and freed 600,000 slaves, who were the protagonists of an epic and dangerous flight through Egypt in search of the Promised Land.
The lord of the rings: the fellowship of The ring (The Sixth, 22:30 hours)
The film adaptation of the elephantine literary work of Tolkien could not start in the best way. Peter Jackson brought to the screen, so a second and highly successful the adventures of the mythical Frodo (Elijah Wood), from all his friends and enemies who struggled to steal it the magic ring. Ian McKellen, Viggo Mortensen, Liv Tyler and up Orlando Bloom they are huge in one of the best adventure movies of all time, which would have its continuation with The two towers and The return of the king.
The proof of the crime (Paramount, 22:10 hours)
Terrific thriller mafia that was one of the best roles of the prematurely deceased Paul Walker. Wayne Kramer told in 2006 the story of Joey, a man who is 10 years of being the hit man of the Italian band of the Perello in New Jersey.
Sex and the city: The movie (AXN White, 22:00 hours)
Adaptation of the popular tv series Sex in New York. Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker), a columnist for the New York Star, tells its own story. For their part, the others are still living to the limit, combining work and intense relationships, while they discover the secrets of motherhood, marriage, and the luxuries of Manhattan. Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) is sarcastic and arisca, Charlotte (Kristin Davis) is sweet, posh and the most traditional of all. SamanthaKim Catrall) is the most ambitious and the most active sexually.
Aladdin (Movistar Premieres, 22:55 hours)
There was a lot of excitement in the past year to discover how he would have adapted Guy Ritchie the Disney classic cinema real, not animation. Told the traditional story of Aladdin (Mena Massoud), a lovable but unlucky petty criminal in love with the daughter of the Sultan, princess Jasmine (Naomi Scott). To try to conquer it, he accepts the challenge of Jafar (Marwan Kenzari) and the lamp out comes a genie that’s it, nothing more and nothing less, Will Smith.