What to watch on TV today? Friday, September 3, 2021 | TV

9.00 / Netflix

The final season of ‘La casa de papel’ arrives

The thieves of Dalí’s mask continue with their pulse to the system robbing the Bank of Spain, although they go through their lowest hours, with some of the members in danger of death and doubts about the loyalty of their own colleagues. A year and a half after the end of the fourth season, this is how the first part (five chapters) of the last installment of The Money Heist, the award-winning series created by Álex Pina that will end on December 3.

9.00 / Netflix

The secrets of the ‘Diving Club’

Off the coast of Cape Mercy, in Canada, a group of young and skilled divers investigate a series of secrets and symbols after one of them disappears. This is the start of Diving club, series shot entirely on the paradisiacal beaches of Port Douglas, in Queensland (Australia) and starring a group of young Australian actresses such as Miah Madden (Australia Day), Georgia-May Davis (Young Talent Time), Sana’a Shaik (Reckoning, 2067) y Mercy Cornwall (The Heights).

15.00 Movistar Premieres

‘The daughters of the Reich’

Six Minutes to Midnight. UK, 2020 (99 minutes). Director: Andy Goddard. Interpreters: Eddie Izzard, Judi Dench, Carla Juri, James D’Arc.

After making notable series like Downton Abbey O The Punisher, Andy Goddard immerses himself in an irregular (a first part more than remarkable and a second somewhat decaffeinated) but interesting dramatic intrigue based on real events and set in a Nazi school in southern England a few days after the outbreak of the Second War World. An Anglo-German women’s institution that could function as a bargaining chip during the conflict and that will soon attract the attention of spies and international agents. A story full of secrets, lies and betrayals that had a perfect setting and a spectacular cast led by Eddie Izzard (Hannibal), well supported by veterans like Judi Dench and Jim Broadbent.

15.43 / AMC

‘Django unchained’

United States, 2012 (165 minutes). Director: Quentin Tarantino. Performers: Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz, Leonardo DiCaprio.

Quentin Tarantino is now traveling to the Wild West to tell the story of Django, a slave who, under the promise of winning freedom, joins Dr. King Schultz, a bounty hunter, to capture the most wanted criminals in the southern United States: the Brittle brothers. Dialogues made in Tarantino, powerful performances, exceptional setting, violence, humor and criticism come together to shape this Oscar, Golden Globe and BAFTA winner for Best Original Screenplay.

17.58 / Movistar Classics

‘Arsenic out of compassion’

Arsenic and old lace. Estados Unidos, 1944 (110 minutos). Director: Frank Capra. Intérpretes: Cary Grant, Josephine Hull, Jean Adair.

Frank Capra proved that a movie classic can be shot on the tightest budget. With a script by the Epstein brothers, the famous Casablanca screenwriters, and the starring role of an immeasurable Cary Grant, Capra delights us with a wonderful comedy of charitable old women who relieve, with copious doses of arsenic, the pain of lonely men. Luxury secondaries for an unforgettable film.

19.30 / The 1

‘España Directo’ lives the FesTVal

The team of Spain Direct FesTVal, the annual contest that kicks off the television season, will live this Friday closely. The program will take place from the balcony of the church of San Miguel, overlooking the Plaza de la Virgen Blanca in Vitoria-Gasteiz. The presenters Ana Ibáñez and Ángel Pons will discover the most emblematic and curious corners of the city, which these days host the FesTVal and is filled with television faces. Ángel Pons will show us in a fun way the most representative places, such as the statue of Celedón and the mythical pintxos bar. The reporter Raquel Falcón will make a live connection from the Palacio de Congresos, where the FesTVal is held to tell all the details of the new programs and series that will make up the RTVE grid starting next week.

19.55 / Movistar Classics

‘An American in Paris’

An american in Paris. United States, 1951 (109 minutes). Director: Vincente Minnelli. Performers: Gene Kelly, Leslie Caron, Nina Foch, Oscar Levant.

A key title of the American musical that concentrates three great names of the genre: Vincente Minnelli in the direction, Gene Kelly as the protagonist and George Gershwin as the author of the soundtrack. A classic, with unforgettable musical numbers and sets, that once again shows Hollywood’s weakness for the bohemian life of the City of Light.

20.00 / AMC

‘Sahara’

United States, 2005 (119 minutes). Director: Breck Eisner. Cast: Penelope Cruz, Matthew McConaughey, Steve Zahn.

With clear references to the successful Indiana Jones saga, a generous budget (more than 130 million dollars), the executive production of Steven Spielberg and the protagonism of two stars like Matthew McConaughey and Penelope Cruz, this conventional, although entertaining, adventure is presented. Africana, in which everyone searches for a mysterious lost treasure.

20.30 / The 2

The premieres of the week in ‘Film Days’

It’s so late, Movie days returns to its usual schedule, duration and format, with guests every week. Jaime Chávarri will be the godfather of the program at the beginning of the year, to talk about cinema and a multitude of topics, including the centenary of the birth of Fernando Fernán Gómez with the broadcast of the report The intermittent author, focused on his role as a director. As for premieres, the program will review the arrival of the tapes on the billboard such as After Lost Souls, Malignant, The Tube, Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, The Metamorphosis of the Birds and the Spanish Nora, Directed by Lara Izaguirre and Chavalas, directed by Carol Rodriguez Colás and starring Vicky Luengo and Carolina Yuste.

21.01 / #0

A walk through the history of the Titanic

For the last 35 years, investigations have been carried out on the most famous shipwreck in the world. But now 108 years after its sinking, the Titanic is in danger. The ship is being consumed by a colony of iron-eating bacteria. This slow and irreversible decline, according to experts, will destroy all the secrets of the mythical ocean liner in a few decades. Titanic: in the heart of the shipwreck recounts the underwater odyssey of the greatest expeditions of the Titanic and the evolution of the shipwreck. From the epic discovery of the ship by a French-American team in 1985 (after a score of failed attempts) to the exploratory missions led by James Cameron, who managed to illuminate the wreck scene like a Hollywood set and venture inside the ship thanks to remotely controlled robots.

22.00 / The 2

‘Grandpa’

Spain, 1998 (144 minutes). Director: José Luis Garci. Performers: Fernando Fernán-Gómez, Cayetana Guillén Cuervo, Rafael Alonso, María Massip.

José Luis Garci continues with this attractive film the melodramatic series that began with Lullaby and continued with The luminous wound. This time it was the turn of Benito Pérez Galdós’ very interesting novel, which the director adapted with the help of Horacio Valcárcel and with which he obtained his fourth nomination for the Hollywood Academy Awards. But, without a doubt, the soul of the story is Fernando Fernán-Gómez. His excellent work was awarded the Goya for best actor.

22.00 / Antenna 3

New guests on ‘Family Feud’

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Nuria Roca takes charge of Family Feud: the battle of the famous, format in which humor, competition and spectacularity are part of its main features. Tonight two new groups will face off, Comedians versus Athletes, with well-known faces such as Santi Rodríguez, Secun de la Rosa, Pepe Viyuela, Amaya Valdemoro, Gemma Mengual, Fernando Romay or Juanma López Iturriaga.

22.00 / Neox

‘Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull’

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. United States, 2008 (122 minutes). Director: Steven Spielberg. Performers: Harrison Ford, Shia LaBeouf, Cate Blanchett, Karen Allen.

Steven Spielberg and George Lucas meet again to resurrect the best-known archaeologist in the history of adventure movies. And he does it with a Harrison Ford who, despite the years, continues to show that he dominates the character with ease. Action, humor and fantasy for a continuation of the most entertaining.

22.00 / Movistar Fest

Enemies in concert

A concert of The enemies without songs like From the pallet O Countdown It is not a live show worth its salt. Between comings and goings, the band has been turning reality into poetry for more than 30 years, with a loyal audience that now has several generations. Josele Santiago (voice and guitar), Fino Oyonarte (bass), Chema Animal Pérez (drums), and David Krahe (guitar and one of the latest additions to the group) form the band that performs in Movistar + sessions, with its own repertoire, in which the version of a song that launched a Swedish group to stardom, back in the 70s, sneaks in. In addition, the group will chat with the presenter Arturo Paniagua about the current situation of the profession, from the perspective given by their experience as musicians

22.00 / Fox

‘Lucy’

France, 2014 (90 minutes). Director: Luc Besson. Cast: Scarlett Johansson, Morgan Freeman, Choi Min-sik.

As in Nikita, the director and screenwriter Luc Besson returns to give the title role of a hectic delivery of action to a woman, in this case the effective Scarlett Johansson. The actress gets into the skin of a young woman who exercises from for some drug traffickers and who acquires special abilities after breaking one of the bags of drugs that he carries. Although in its final part it rambles a bit, the first 40 minutes are devastating.

0.35 / Neox

‘Something happens with Mary’

There’s something about Mary. United States, 1998 (114 minutes). Directors: Bobby Farrelly, Peter Farrelly. Performers: Cameron Diaz, Matt Dillon, Ben Stiller.

The Farrelly brothers had Cameron Díaz to star in this grotesque comedy of sentimental entanglements, which he obtained, as well as Two dumbs so dumbs, an unpredictable hit in movie theaters. The experiences of a young man who hires a private detective to find the girl of his dreams serve as the basis for this delirious and crazy story that preserves some (few) very funny moments.

1.22 / TCM

‘Singing under the rain’

ingi’in the rain. United States, 1952 (98 minutes). Directors: Stanley Donen and Gene Kelly. Performers: Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds, Donald O’Connor.

Without a doubt, it is the most important title in musical cinema of all time. With a Gene Kelly who sits in the chair and musical numbers, unflappable over time, Stanley Donen went to the greats of history for getting a round film full of memorable scenes. As much as it looks. always leaves a very pleasant taste in the mouth.

1.39 / Hollywood

‘Gravity’

United States 2013 (90 minutes). Director: Alfonso Cuarón. Performers: Sandra Bullock, George Clooney, Phaldut Sharma.

In the immensity of stellar space, Mexican filmmaker Alfonso Cuarón set this Oscar-winning (seven awards, including best director and cinematography) and a claustrophobic mixture of drama, intrigue and science fiction. A tense and disturbing reflection on loneliness and the proximity of death that contains, among many other virtues, truly luxurious special effects and a perfect lead couple (Sandra Bullock and George Clooney). An odyssey written by Cuarón himself with his son Jonás.

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What to watch on TV today? Friday, September 3, 2021 | TV