Whats on TV today Monday 20 February 2023

What’s on TV today? Monday 20 February 2023

13.05 / Hollywood

‘Battle of the titans’

Whats on TV today Monday 20 February 2023

Shootout at the OK Corral. United States, 1957 (117 minutes). Director: John Sturges. Cast: Burt Lancaster, Kirk Douglas, Rhonda Fleming.

The great John Sturges knows how to fill the legendary OK Corral duel with epic breath. His camera captures the mournful gestures of Doc Hollyday and the sober grandeur of Wyatt Earp in a story that moves to a crescendo that is as energetic as it is emotional, as Sturges embraces the heroes of the West to turn them into myths. Ten years later, the director signed another masterpiece, The Hour of the Guns, the plot of which begins at the time of the outcome of Duel of the Titans.

2:00 p.m. / Be crazy

“Grab Me These Ghosts”

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The horrors. United States, 1996 (105 minutes). Director: Peter Jackson. Cast: Michael J. Fox, Trini Alvarado.

Before his consecration with the three episodes of The Lord of the Rings, Peter Jackson had already directed a masterpiece like Heavenly Creatures, among other films. Also this remarkable comedy produced by Robert Zemeckis whose meaning distorts the infamous Spanish title. A combination of horror and parody at the expense of a trickster using his powers to clean up haunted houses.

15.45 / The 2

The Magnificent, for the birthday “Recognize and win”

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The oldest game show on TV celebrates its 26th anniversary. As is already traditional, the program will gather its Magnificents, the participants who won more than 7,000 euros in 2022, in a series of special programs.In addition, Saber y ganar will pay tribute to the director and creator of the program, Sergi Schaaff, recently deceased . Six contestants will take part in these specials. In the first phase of six programs, they play individually, organized in groups of three. At the end of this round, the three highest-scoring contestants advance to the finals of four programs, starting with zero points on their scoreboard.

16.40 / SyFy


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United States, 2010 (117 minutes). Directed by Matthew Vaughn. Cast: Aaron Johnson, Nicolas Cage, Mark Strong

A student who is passionate about comics decides to become a superhero. No superpowers, but superhero nonetheless. And he’ll even get some clones… Such a Thug starting point lives on in the awesome comics created by writer Mark Millar and artist John S. Romita Jr. in 2008. On screen, Kick-Ass emphasizes its transgression of genre codes thanks to a meticulous script and an impeccable visual calculation by Matthew Vaughn, who a year later would take on the young mutants of X-Men: First Generation.

18.50 / Movistar drama


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United States, 1999 (180 minutes). Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson. Cast: Tom Cruise, Julianne Moore, Jason Robards, John C. Reilly, Melora Walters, Philip Seymour Hoffman.

An unusual portrait of several parallel stories with inner anguish and the search for forgiveness as narrative engines. The film, as innovative as it is amazing, hides multiple readings and dissects a cast of characters that oscillate halfway between the pathetic and the moving. A masterful lesson in cinema, combining a screenplay of mind-blowing perfection, lavish and precise staging and a series of performances, each more stunning.

19.30 / Divinity

Premiere of the telenovela “Les miserables”

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The telenovela Les miserables, a free adaptation of Victor Hugo’s famous novel, comes to Divinity. In contrast to the original literary work, this Telemundo Studios production stars a woman who embraces love as the driving force behind her struggle against a world of injustice. Its action shifts to Texas, United States, where Lucía Durán simultaneously lost the man she loved, the son she was carrying, and her freedom. During an 11-year prison sentence, she learns to survive, defend herself, and earn the respect of the other inmates.

21.45 / antenna 3

“El Hormiguero” receives a visit from Sara Baras

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Tonight the set of El Hormiguero will be visited by the famous flamenco dancer Sara Baras. The artist has just sold out three consecutive performances of her latest production, entitled Alma, at the Sydney Opera House. A show with which the artist will return to Madrid in May at the EDP Gran Vía Theater.

22.00 / TCM

‘The pianist’

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you upset him France-Austria. 2001 (130 minutes). Directed by Michael Haneke. Cast: Isabelle Huppert, Benôit Magimel, Annie Girardot, Susanne Lothar.

The mere name of Michael Haneke both shocks and terrifies many fans: he set the screen on fire with his reflection on violence in The Benny Video; he stirred stomachs and consciences with unspeakable merry games; and filmed in Unknown Code the clearest reflection on the intolerance that lives under Europe’s skin. In The Pianist, she goes even further: an overwhelming Isabelle Huppert is a grumpy piano teacher who is strangled by a smothering mother; in him beats the torment that he can only combat with physical and mental self-mutilation. Few times has the tragedy of a film character reached such a level of abstraction, and few films have so gruesomely portrayed the moral collapse of a monstrous society. The Pianist is a subversive and nihilistic work that will crush any viewer’s defenses.

22.00 / The 2

‘Deep Roots’

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Shane. USA, 1953 (113 minutes). Director: George Stevens; Cast: Alan Ladd, Jean Arthur, Van Heflin.

Few Westerns have played with the mythical genre like Deep Roots. The film that canonizes the character of the gunman with a dark past, whose revolver is always at the service of the weakest. George Stevens traces the story with extraordinary depth, blending the luminosity of the open spaces with the chiaroscuro of the interiors, right up to the legendary final sequence, in which the duel between Shane and the villain Jack Wilson, the black-gloved gunslinger, explodes. Deep Roots is an example of classic cinema that always offers the viewer new impressions.

22.00 / Movistar Classic

‘The good, the bad and the ugly’

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Il buono, il brutto, il cattivo. Italy, 1966 (152 minutes). Director: Sergio leon Cast: Clint Eastwood, Eli Wallach, Lee Van Cleef.

The most interesting of the films in Leone’s spaghetti western trilogy, which doesn’t mean it’s a well-rounded work, but does mean it’s the one with the best constructed script. Eastwood displays all his charisma, but the production remains crude and gimmicky. Too much zoom to tell clearly, even more so in a western story.

22.30 DMAX

A journey into the history of Persia

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The Disassembling History documentary series offers the part entitled The Empire of Persia, which includes a visit to the capital of the famous empire, Persepolis. A documentary exploring the site of epic battles like that of Sparta, where a group of experts use the latest archaeological technologies to uncover the city’s greatest monuments.

23.20 / Four

New episode of the series “The Good Doctor”

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The conflicts between Dr. Murphy and the rest of the medical team at Saint Bonaventure Hospital move on. This episode tells how Sophie takes Lea on a day to remember as they plan various details of her wedding to Shaun. In the meantime, dr. Audrey Lim in the hospital after a near-fatal accident suspect that there is a latent problem behind Nurse Villanueva’s unprofessional behavior.

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