Dumbledore’s Secrets and more

A new weekend is upon us, and in Espinof we go on time to our usual review of essential cinema these days. Today I have selected 11 movies which are released in cinemas, appear in streaming, are released in physical format or are broadcast on a Spanish national television channel.

Before entering with the chosen ones for this weekend, I remind you that we also have a selection of fantastic science fiction movies and Netflix, the cool fancy ribbons on HBO Max, from good erotic cinema to view on different platforms or from very funny feature films to watch streaming. Without anything else to add, Let’s go with the essentials of these days.

In theaters

‘Fantastic Beasts: Dumbledore’s Secrets’ (‘Fantastic Beasts: Dumbledore’s Secrets’)

third installment of this Harry Potter prequel saga very marked by the dismissal of Johnny Depp and the subsequent subscription of Mad Mikkelsen like Grindelwald. More compact than its predecessor, it’s also tepid, proposing a transitional adventure that feels like a failed test bed for what works and what doesn’t.

Fantastic Beasts: Dumbledore’s Secrets review


“The Crystal Girls”

Netflix’s new Spanish film marks the actress’s reunion Maria Pedrazza with the director Jota Linareswho had previously collaborated in the estimate “Who would you take to a desert island?”. Here they offer us intense drama in the world of ballet that aspires to become the new big hit of the platform.

‘An appointment with the past’ (‘All the Old Knives’)

A spy thriller that explores the interpretation of the character Chris Pino investigate what went wrong on a mission several years ago. Well supported by both Thandiwe Newton in front of the cameras as from the work measured behind them Giano Metz.



An intense Polish film in which the reappearance of a woman from the protagonist’s past forces him to become a police informant. Obviously, it won’t be an easy task.

‘Death on the Nile’ (‘Death on the Nile’)

The Return of Hercule Poirot played by Kenneth Branagh It is a luxurious and effective suspenseful pastime in which its cast full of faces known to the general public stands out. It didn’t do as well at the box office as it did “Murder on the Orient Express”but hopefully this adaptation of the novel by Agatha Christie find a second view on Streaming.

Review “Death on the Nile”.

in physical format

“Spider-Man: There’s No Way To Go Home”

The completion of the first phase of Tom Holland like the Marvel superhero and also the three live-action versions of the character so far. “Spider-Man: There’s No Way To Go Home” it became last year’s big box office phenomenon and now has everything to do it again with its arrival on DVD, Blu-ray and UHD.

‘Last Night in Soho’ (‘Last Night in Soho’)

the latest film by Edgar Wright It did not have the success hoped for in theaters, so its arrival in physical format is a good opportunity to recover this thriller that plays with past and present, relying on the work of the nascent Thomasin McKenzie.

on TV

‘Class Infiltrator’ (’21 Jump Street ‘)

He left for class

A fun big-screen jump from the popular TV series that relies on the good chemistry between Jonah Hill and Channing Tatumbut it is also essential that behind her there is that duo that has given us so much joy, formed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller.

Criticism of “Infiltrating the classroom”

Friday at 10pm on Neox

‘Hell boy’

Hell boy

William of the Bull brought this unique character created by Mike Mignola in a fun and accessible film without neglecting its distinctive features. One of the best superhero movies that Hollywood has given us.

“Hellboy” review.

Saturday through Sunday at 12:20 am at Paramount

‘Aliados’ (‘Ally’)


An elegant film highlighted by the inspired interpretations of Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard. However, it is unfortunate that Robert Zemeckis it seems to focus more on technique than on achieving that touch of humanity essential to take the film to another level.

Review of “Allies”

Sunday at 10pm on Telecinco

“The infinite trench”

The infinite trench

One of the great Spanish films of all years, in which the not sufficiently known theme of the moles of the civil war is addressed. To this end, a dramatic approach is used which enhances the most suffocating component of the story, which shines so brightly Antonio della Torre What Belen Cuesta both in shared suffering and in individual suffering.

Review of “The infinite trench”

Sunday at 22:35 in A 2

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