Movies to see Thursday 19 January, in prime time and late evening

What Movies are on TV Tonight? Here’s ours Complete TV Guide with the Best Movies broadcast tonight, Thursday 19 January 2023, in prime and late evening on the main free-to-air TV channels, with plots, casts and trailers.

  • A Quiet Place – A quiet place – at 21.15 on Italia 2

    (Drama, Thriller, Horror, 2018, duration: 90 Min)
    A movie of John Krasinski, with Emily Blunt, John Krasinski, Noah Jupe, Millicent Simmonds, Leon Russom and Cade Woodward.

    Plot of the film A Quiet Place – A quiet place: The plot revolves around a family struggling for survival in a post-apocalyptic world overrun by extraterrestrial predators.
    These creatures, blind and extremely fast, attack anything that makes noise, thanks to a very powerful sense of hearing.
    Because of these aliens, the world’s population is decimated, and a deafening silence reigns in the cities.
    The Abbott family – made up of mother Evelyn (Emily Blunt), husband Lee, daughter Regan, who has a congenital hearing disorder, and sons Marcus and Beau – have learned to survive and adapt in this hostile world, but despite this is upset by the tragic death of the youngest…

  • Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets – at 21.20 on Italia 1

    (Adventure, Fantasy, 2002, duration: 159 Min)
    A movie of Chris Columbus, with Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, Richard Harris, Maggie Smith, Kenneth Branagh, Robbie Coltrane, Alan Rickman, Warwick Davis, Sean Biggerstaff, Shirley Henderson, Alfred Burke, Miriam Margolyes, Sally Mortemore, Oliver Phelps, David Bradley, Robert Hardy , Harry Melling, Bonnie Wright, John Cleese and Tom Felton.

    Plot of the film Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets: After spending a fantastic year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, Harry is forced to spend the summer at the house of his uncles Dursley, totally alone and disheartened by the fact that his friends have not sent him any letters. But one evening Harry receives an unusual visit from a house-elf named Dobby, who tries at all costs to convince Harry not to return to Hogwarts, because great danger awaits him when he returns …

  • The Equalizer 2 – Without forgiveness – at 21.20 on Rai 2

    (Action, Thriller, 2018, duration: 121 Min)
    A movie of Antoine Fuqua, with Denzel Washington, Pedro Pascal, Bill Pullman, Melissa Leo, Jonathan Scarfe, Ashton Sanders, Lexie Roth, Sakina Jaffrey, Caroline Day, Donald Cerrone, Abigail Marlowe, Tamara Hickey, Orson Bean, Kazy Tauginas.

    Plot of the film The Equalizer 2 – Without forgiveness: Robert McCall lives in a working-class neighborhood in Boston and earns his living as a chauffeur. His friend Susan is charged with investigating an apparent murder-suicide in Brussels with Dave York, McCall’s former colleague. However, the investigator is lured into a trap and at that point Robert takes action…

  • Arrival – at 21.10 on Rai Movie

    (Sci-Fi, 2016, duration: 116 Min)
    A movie of Denis Villeneuve, with Amy Adams, Jeremy Renner, Forest Whitaker, Michael Stuhlbarg, Tzi Ma and Mark O’Brien.

    Plot of the movie Arrival: The protagonist of the story is Louise Banks, an internationally renowned linguist, who is urgently summoned after the arrival of twelve mysterious extraterrestrial ships, called “shells”. Because of her great experience, the government wants the woman to join a team in Montana, site of the landing of one of the shells. Here, the woman meets the physicist Ian Donnelly and Colonel Weber and learns that the purpose of the mission is to establish communication with the aliens, in order to understand the reason for their arrival on the planet….

  • The Challenge of the Wives – at 21.10 on TwentySeven

    (Comedy, Drama, 2019, duration: 110 Min)
    A movie of Peter Cattaneo, with Sharon Horgan, Kristin Scott Thomas, Emma Lowndes, Jason Flemyng, Amy James-Kelly, Sophie Dix, Gaby French, Greg Wise, Lara Rossi and Teresa Mahoney.

    Plot of the film The Challenge of the Wives: it is the story of some women, wives of soldiers, who find themselves spending their lives on a military base because of their husbands’ work. Often alone when the men are on duty, they lead their existence between monotony, a lot of patience and waiting. Among these is Kate, longtime president of the Social Committee, who is replaced by newcomer Lisa. But Kate can’t seem to move away from her previous role and doesn’t accept Lisa’s new course of action. In fact, the veteran of the Committee would like the group to continue the book club appointments and community work, unlike the new president, who is more interested in sharing a glass of wine than in the aforementioned activities.
    Only one project seems to agree with all, that of founding a female military choir…

  • It’s all Freud’s fault – at 9 pm on Cine34

    (Comedy, 2014, duration: 120 Min)
    A movie of Paolo Genovese, with Marco Giallini, Anna Foglietta, Vittoria Puccini, Claudia Gerini, Vinicio Marchioni, Laura Adriani, Daniele Liotti, Alessandro Gassmann, Edoardo Leo, Giulia Bevilacqua, Dario Bandiera, Maurizio Mattioli, Alessia Barela, Antonio Manzini, Paolo Calabresi, Francesca Apolloni, Michela Andreozzi , Gian Marco Tognazzi and Lucia Ocone.

    Plot of the film It’s all Freud’s fault: The film tells the story of fifty-year-old psychotherapist Francesco and his three daughters Emma, ​​Marta and Sara, whom the man has always had to take care of alone after separating from the girls’ mother some time before. All three of Francesco’s daughters seem to be very unlucky in matters of the heart.
    Francesco, in this interweaving of complicated situations, will try to understand which is the right way to be able to juggle the desire to be an “ideal father”, the need not to neglect one’s feelings and one’s ability to fall in love that seemed dormant from times of separation and the desire to do true good for his daughters…

  • The Formula – at 9pm on Warner TV

    (Thriller, 1980, duration: 95 Min)
    A movie of John G. Avildsen, with Marlon Brando, George C. Scott, Marthe Keller, John Gielgud, Beatrice Straight, Richard Lynch, John Van Dreelen, David Byrd, Robin J. Clarke, Calvin Jung and GD Spradin.
    Synopsis of the film The formula: At the end of the Second World War, a German general is in charge of transferring highly secret documents to Switzerland, including the formula of the ‘Genesis’ plan to obtain synthetic fuel from coal. Many years later, in Los Angeles, the body of former major Tom Neely is found, who in 1945 had captured the German general with his documents. Detective Barry Caine, a friend of the victim, is put in charge of the investigation. The clues lead everything towards the world of oilmen….

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