Today, Friday, June 30th.
As the most prominent title we have “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny(Buena Vista), the fifth installment in the franchise in which James Mangold replaces Steven Spielberg as director. This is basically the last part of the saga, or at least the last one in which we will see how Harrison Ford gives life to his iconic protagonist. Along with the latter, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Mads Mikkelsen, Shaunette Rene Wilson, Boyd Holbrook, Toby Jones, Antonio Banderas, Oliver Richters, Ethann Isidore, Thomas Kretschmann and John Rhys-Davies complete the main cast of this film that tells how the Dauntless Archaeologist races against time to recover a legendary watch face that can change the course of history. Accompanied by his goddaughter, he soon has to deal with Jürgen Voller, an ex-Nazi who works for NASA.
Another version to consider is “Ruby: Adventures of a Teenage Kraken(Universal), the new DreamWorks animated film about a shy teenage girl who discovers that she is part of the legendary royalty of the mythical Kraken, lords of the sea, and that her destiny in the depths of the ocean is much greater than she could have imagined I never dreamed.
Finally, we will also talk about “confectioner and cook” (A Contracorriente Films), a true story-based drama about the story of Yazid Ichemrahen, whose strength and determination led him to work for the world’s top chefs from Paris to Monaco. Together with them you will learn everything you need to succeed in the elite world of pastry chefs.
“Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny”
Gender: action, adventure
Director: James Mangold
Script: James Mangold, Jez Butterworth, John-Henry Butterworth
Distribution: Harrison Ford, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Mads Mikkelsen, Shaunette Rene Wilson, Boyd Holbrook, Toby Jones, Antonio Banderas, Thomas Kretschmann, Oliver Richters, Ethann Isidore, John Rhys-Davies
Dispute: This time, the intrepid archaeologist will race against time to recover a legendary watch face that can change the course of history. Accompanied by his goddaughter, he soon has to deal with Jürgen Voller, an ex-Nazi who works for NASA.
“The Paradox of Antares”
Gender: drama, thriller
Director: Luis Tinoco
Script: Luis Tinoco
Distribution: Andrea Trepat, Aleida Torrent, David Ramírez, Jaume de Sans, Jos Luis Crespo
Dispute: Alexandra, a scientist on duty at a radio telescope, receives a signal that could answer one of humanity’s most transcendental questions. He only has a few hours to check it out, but an unexpected family problem forces him into a dramatic inner struggle in a race against time to unravel one of the universe’s greatest mysteries.
Script: Pilar Palomero, Mara Mnguez
Distribution: Greta Fernndez, Elena Martin, Alejandro Pau, Nora Navas, Pablo Molinero, Lidia Casanova
Dispute: Isaac has everything. She is intelligent, beautiful and confident. She is feminist and polyamorous and passionately defends her life. When Guillem proposes to be a monogamous couple, Isa is unsure if she wants to change her life and lacking the decision-making power, Guillem decides to break off the relationship. They live in a world of semblance and comfort, their contradictions come to light and their universe crumbles under the blow of “likes” and moral judgments in this web that social networks have become.
Gender: drama, thriller
Director: Joaqun Carmona Hidalgo
Script: Salvador Serrano, Helio Mira
Distribution: Fernando Tejero, Scar Casas, Carlos Santos, Nerea Camacho, Adriana Ozores, Salvador Serrano
Dispute: Coque is released from prison and returns to his neighborhood. There he befriends his neighbors Andrés and Sonia, a young couple. But Coque harbors a big secret: he is really Andrés’ father and has turned to him to regain his affection after he left him when he was a baby. Coque starts working in his brother Ramón’s bar, who is seriously threatened by the mismanagement of his debts; and Andrs confronts the members of a dangerous gang after a shady criminal affair.
“Confectioner and Cook”
Director: Sebastian Tulard
Script: Cdric is gone
Distribution: Marwan Amesker, Riadh Belache, Loubna Abidar, Christine Citti, Patrick d’Assumao, Phnix Brossard, Anis Mansour, Lika Minamoto, Estban, Dycosh, Pascal Lgitimus, Georges Corraface, Frdric Fix
Dispute: Ever since he was little, Yazid dreamed of becoming a confectioner. Despite the constant shifts from one foster family to another that seem to keep him from that goal, his strength and determination will see him work for the best chefs in the world from Paris to Monaco. Together with them you will learn everything you need to succeed in the elite world of pastry chefs.
“Ruby: Adventures of a Juvenile Kraken”
Gender: Animation, Comedy, Fantasy
Director: Kirk DeMicco, Faryn Pearl
Script: Pam Brady, Kirk DeMicco
Distribution: Lana Condor, Jakoubie Young-White, Toni Collette, Annie Murphy, Jane Fonda, Colman Domingo, Sam Richardson, Blue Chapman, Will Forte, Nicole Byer, Liza Koshy, Ramona Young, Eduardo Franco, Echo Kellum
Dispute: Sometimes the hero in us is on the surface. This summer, DreamWorks Animation plunges into the troubled waters of youth with a poignant and hilarious action-comedy about a shy teenager who discovers she is part of the legendary royalty of the mythical Kraken, Lord of the Seas, and that her destiny lies beneath of the ocean is far greater than he ever dreamed. Sweet and awkward 16-year-old Ruby Gillman just wants to fit in with her classmates at Oceanside High, but feels like she’s invisible. She’s helping a classmate she’s in love with math, but he…
Director: Frank Berry
Script: Frank Berry
Distribution: Letitia Wright, Josh O’Connor, Abdul Alshareef, Ruth McCabe, Joanne Crawford, Emmanuel Okoye, Geraldine McAlinden, Corey Millar, Christopher Livingstone, Bernadette Carty
Dispute: Aisha, a young Nigerian woman seeking asylum in Ireland, finds herself caught in a maze of social services and bureaucracy. Alone and unwilling to sacrifice her dignity to comply with the authorities’ demands, she finds an ally in Conor, a young man who works at her detention facility. Conor is Irish and has a colorful past. Together they struggle to maintain their young friendship in the face of the increasingly serious situation of Aisha, who is threatened with imminent deportation.
Director: Mounia Meddour
Script: Mounia Meddour
Distribution: Lyna Khoudri, Rachida Brakni, Francis Nijim, Salim Kissari, Marwan Zeghbib, and Amira Hilda Douaouda
Dispute: Houria is a young and talented dancer. In order to fight for his dreams and get some money, he participates in secret bets. But one night, after winning a fortune, she is attacked. After this unexpected event, his world will change forever.