Tonight on TV: Today’s Movies February 1st

How is your weekly stress and tiredness? If you want to relax at home in front of the TV tonight, we advise you, as always, to bet on some good films, also because in the programming of free-to-air and satellite channels there are some for all genres and moods. They range, for example, from the action movie The Town directed by and starring Ben Affleck to the comedy Flavors and Disappointments, with Catherine Zeta-Jones and Aaron Eckhart.

And then there’s the romantic A United Kingdom, based on true events.

The titles not to be missed

The Town – 8pm, 9.05pm

Director: Ben Affleck

Cast: Blake Lively, Ben Affleck, Jeremy Renner, Jon Hamm, Rebecca Hall, Chris Cooper, Slaine, Brian Scannell, Gary Galone, Jeff Martineau

Year: 2010

Sinopsys: We are in Boston, in the Charlestown neighborhood. Doug’s sports career is soon interrupted: wrong friendships and the legacy of a criminal father lead the young man to frequent the underworld. He thus finds himself at the head of a gang of thieves, who set up robberies in the most prestigious banks in the city. Everything goes smoothly until, during the umpteenth heist, his old friend Jem decides to take Claire or the director of the institute hostage, even if for a short time. After the girl’s release, Doug chases her to understand her habits. Falsely casual appointments and fleeting encounters will lead to the birth of an unpredictable love story. However, you know, lies have short legs.

Flavors and disagreements – La5, 9.10 pm

Director: Scott Hicks

Cast: Catherine Zeta-Jones, Aaron Eckhart, Abigail Breslin, Patricia Clarkson

Year: 2007

Synopsis: Kate is a famous chef of a Manhattan restaurant, who suddenly finds her life turned upside down. Before her, her sister dies suddenly, leaving her the management of her nine-year-old daughter Zoe, and then she finds herself with a new under-cook, the enterprising Nick, who with her exuberance will undermine the certainties of Kate.

A United Kingdom-The love that changed history – Sky Cinema Romance, 21.00

Director: Amma Asante

Cast: David Oyelowo, Rosamund Pike, Terry Pheto, Vusi Kunene

Year: 2016

Plot: We are in the 50s. Seretse Khama, heir to the throne of Botswana, falls in love with Ruth Williams, a white London employee. However, for that period, this relationship also ended up having socio-political implications, finding opposition not only from families but also from the respective governments. It’s the story of a true story that changed a nation (and beyond).

The other proposals

Nanny McPhee-Tata Matilda – Italy 1, 9.20pm

Director: Kirk Jones

Cast: Emma Thompson, Colin Firth, Kelly Macdonald, Celia Imrie, Derek Jacobi, Patrick Barlow, Imelda Staunton

Year: 2005

The patriot – Nine, 21.25

Director: Roland Emmerich

Cast: Mel Gibson, Heath Ledger, Joely Richardson, Jason Isaacs

Year: 2000

The hour of truth-The Vanished – Rai4, 9.20 pm

Director: Peter Facinelli

Cast: Thomas Jane, Anne Heche, Jason Patric, Peter Facinelli

Year: 2020

About Schmidt – Warner TV, 21.00

Director: Alexander Payne

Cast: Jack Nicholson, Kathy Bates, Hope Davis, Dermot Mulroney, June Squibb

Year: 2002

Remember – Rai Movie, 9.10 pm

Director: Atom Egoyan

Cast: Christopher Plummer, Bruno Ganz, Jurgen Prochnow, Heinz Lieven

Year: 2015

The big leap – Cine34, 9.00 pm

Director: Giorgio Tirabassi

Cast: Ricky Memphis, Giorgio Tirabassi, Roberta Mattei, Gianfelice Imparato

Year: 2018

It’s never too late – 27, 21.10

Director: Rob Reiner

Cast: Jack Nicholson, Morgan Freeman, Sean Hayes, Beverly Todd, Rob Morrow, Alfonso Freeman, Rowena King, Verda Bridges, Brian Copeland, Ian Anthony Dale

Year: 2007

The Terminal – Iris, 21.00

Director: Steven Spielberg

Cast: Tom Hanks, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Stanley Tucci, Zoe Saldana, Chi McBride, Diego Luna, Barry Henley, Kumar Pallana

Year: 2004

Super Storm: The last storm – Sky, 9.15 pm

Director: Sheldon Wilson

Cast: David Sutcliffe, Mitch Pileggi, Erica Cerra, David Lewis

Year 2012

Seven Sisters – Sky Cinema Action, 21.00

Director: Tommy Wirkola

Cast: Noomi Rapace, Clara Read, Willem Dafoe, Glenn Close, Marwan Kenzari

Year: 2017

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