Garfield, Sydney Sweeney and Hamaguchi, stars of the Aragonese billboard


The new adventures of the most famous cat in the world of comics, Garfield, arrive in theaters this Friday along with ‘Immaculate’, a religious horror film with Sydney Sweeney and Alvaro Morte, the ecological parable of Ryusuke Hamaguichi, ‘Evil does not exist’ and another adaptation of a comic, by the Spanish Paco Roca, ‘La casa’.

Garfield, the famous house cat who hates Mondays and loves lasagna, is about to live an adventure when he is forced to abandon his comfortable life, along with his canine friend Odie, to carry out a hilarious and risky robbery.

The film, directed by Mark Dindal, It has the voices of Chris Pratt and Samuel L. Jackson in the original version and, in the dubbed version, with Santiago Segura, Alaska or the chef Pepe Rodríguez, who makes his debut in the world of dubbing.

Raised to stardom by the series ‘Euphoria’, Sydney Sweeney stars and produces ‘Immaculate’, a religious horror film that features the Spanish Álvaro Morte in the role of the sinister Father Tedeschi.

Directed by Mohan, The film is set in a convent in the Italian countryside, where Cecilia, a young American who enters as a novice; One day she discovers that she is pregnant and what seemed like a miracle turns out to hide a darker plan.

The Japanese filmmaker Ryusuke Hamaguchi, Author of the acclaimed “Drive my car” (2021), he directs ‘Evil does not exist’, an environmental parable about the clash between countryside and city, a film for which he won the Grand Jury Prize at the Venice Festival.

The story of this film delves into a Japanese village whose inhabitants live modestly and peacefully until one day they receive a visit from two tourist promoters who want to build a camp with all kinds of holiday activities for the people of the big city.

‘The House’, based on the graphic novel of the same name by Paco Roca, tells the story of three brothers who meet to decide what to do with the family house after the death of their father between memories, secrets and old disputes.


Now comes its film adaptation, directed by Álex Montoya and starring David Verdaguer, Óscar de la Fuente, Miguel Rellán and Luis Callejo, among others, and which won the award for best script at the Málaga Festival.

The war action thriller ‘Hostile mission’, directed by William Eubank, it brings together Russell Crowe, brothers Liam and Luke Hemsworth and Milo Ventimiglia in its cast.

Crowe is a drone pilot on a special mission in the southern Philippines who sees the situation take an unexpected turn when his team on the ground is attacked and captured by a group of insurgents and he has 48 hours to rescue them.

‘The Life of Maria Montessori’ is a film about the famous Italian doctor and educator who at the beginning of the 20th century opted for a new way of working with children, laying the foundations of one of the most recognized pedagogical models in the world, the ‘Montessori method’.

Directed by French filmmaker Léa Todorov and starring Jasmine Trinca and Leïla Bekhti, The film places us in the year 1900 in the elementary school that Maria Montessori co-directs in the city of Rome.

‘Ooh la la!’ is a French comedy directed by Julien Hervé and starring Christian Clavier (‘My God, but what have we done to you?’), which revolves around a wedding; For the occasion, they have prepared DNA tests as a gift for their parents to find out the origin of their ancestors.

The surprise turns into a fiasco when the Bouvier-Sauvages, a large aristocratic family, and the Martins, much more modest, discover the unexpected results.



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