What to see today on TV? Sunday June 26, 2022

9.00 / ATRESplayer PREMIUM

Sixth installment of ‘The Bourbons: A Royal Family’

In this sixth episode of The Bourbons: A Royal Family the institution of the Monarchy in different parts of the world is addressed through the most notorious scandals: in addition to the Bourbon dynasty, the Windsors or the Grimaldi, among others. In addition, the pain that the weight of tradition and the modernization of the institution in Europe with the arrival of commoner women to the courts has caused in some members of the Japanese royalty is analyzed. From the irruption of Mette-Marit from Norway, who had to publicly renounce a drug past, to that of Máxima from the Netherlands, daughter of a former minister of the Argentine dictator Videla, who could not invite her parents to her wedding at the request of of the Dutch parliament.

11.00 / DAZN

Grand Prize of the Netherlands

The legendary Assen circuit hosts the eleventh round of the MotoGP World Championship, the Grand Prix of the Netherlands. The first to hit the track (11.00) will be the Moto3 riders, with Ayumu Sasaki occupying the pole. Later (12.20), the turn will be for Moto 2, with Jake Dixon in the lead ahead of the Spanish Albert Arenas. And to end the day (2:00 p.m.), Pecco Bagnaia, Fabio Quartararo and Jorge Martín will occupy the first row of the starting grid of the premier category, Moto GP.

06.15 / Movistar Action

‘In the line of fire’

In the line of fire. United States, 1993 (123 minutes). Director: Wolfgang Petersen. Cast: Clint Eastwood, John Malkovich, Rene Russo.

Film tailored to the needs of Clint Eastwood, now giving life to a bodyguard who, after the attack in Dallas against the president of the United States, has a second chance (now he will have to face a dangerous psychopath who embodies a magnificent John Malkovich). wolfgang petersen (The perfect Storm), with a script by Jeff Maguire (Timeline), it covers the entire plot with a well-understood classicism without excesses, which gives the film a special warmth.

15.20 / Neox

‘matilda’

Mathilda. United States, 1996 (91 minutes). Director: Danny DeVito. Cast: Danny DeVito, Rhea Perlman, Mara Wilson.

Matilda, a young woman with extraordinary intelligence and parents absorbed with their insubstantial lives, are the protagonists of this modern fairy tale, adapted from Roald Dhal’s classic. A story of self-affirmation of a young woman who appears fragile, but who never loses her identity or her sense of humor. Commercial and very funny.

15.40 / Four

‘Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter’

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. United States, 2012 (105 minutes). Director: Timur Bekmambetov. Cast: Benjamin Walker, Dominic Cooper, Rufus Sewell.

Very far from the historical revision, the figure of Lincoln serves as an excuse for a hectic youth fantasy in which the character fights against evil southern bloodsuckers. A mix of history, politics, action, fantasy, drama, horror and comedy directed by Kazakh Timur Bekmambetov, producer with Tim Burton, and based on the novel of the same title by Seth Grahame-Smith (also scriptwriter). It gave for much more, but as mere entertainment it can be seen.

16.30 / Movistar VHS

‘Neighborhood’

Spain, 1998 (94 minutes). Director: Fernando Leon de Aranoa. Performers: Chete Lera, Francisco Algora, Eloy Yebra.

After Family, Fernando León de Aranoa established himself as one of the promising Spanish filmmakers with this splendid film, which shows the story of three young people who discover how difficult it is to leave their neighborhood and how difficult it is to grow up. A hard story, but with its necessary dose of innocent humor.

17.28 / #0

‘War of the Worlds’

War of the worlds. United States (110 minutes). Director: Steven Spielberg. Cast: Tom Cruise, Dakota Fanning, Tim Robbins.

The HG Wells classic, suitably updated, has a new film version by Spielberg. Now, the leading role falls to Tom Cruise (well below his two co-stars: Dakota Fanning and the effective Tim Robbins), who gives life to a divorced, selfish docker and an unexemplary father who will find himself trapped in the first alien attack on earth

17.35 / Four

‘Van Helsing’

United States, 2004 (126 minutes). Director: Stephen Somers. Cast: Hugh Jackman, Kate Beckinsale, Richard Roxburgh.

The adventures of Van Helsing (a role played by Hugh Jackman), a monster hunter who is commissioned to kill Count Dracula himself, helped filmmaker Stephen Sommers, who returns to the fantastic genre after the commercial success of The Mummy Y The Mummy Returnsto shoot this entertaining, but not brilliant, film that follows in the wake of films as commercial as The league of extraordinary men.

7:00 p.m. / Comedy Central

‘Eight Basque surnames’

Spain, 2014 (90 minutes). Director: Emilio Martínez-Lázaro. Performers: Clara Lago, Dani Rovira, Karra Elejalde, Carmen Machi.

This comedy became the highest-grossing Spanish film in history (later came The impossible Y Eight Catalan surnames). With a cast as balanced as it is brilliant (spectacular supporting roles by Karra Elejalde and Carmen Machi) and a simple love story (that of a very Andalusian Andalusian and a very Basque Basque), Emilo Martínez-Lázaro (El otro lado de la cama) mounts a fun story that skilfully plays with the stereotypes of both autonomous communities. At its completion (20.53), Eight Catalan surnames.

19.53 / Hollywood

‘When the river rises’

The river. United States, 1984 (113 minutes). Director: Mark Rydell. Cast: Mel Gibson, Sissy Spacek, Shane Bailey.

Mel Gibson tried to show that he was up to more than his perennial tough guy role in Mad Max. Mark Rydell, director among other films of In the golden pool, He directed this pleasant rural drama that narrates the problems that a couple very attached to the land they work goes through. Emotionally grateful characters and beautiful landscapes helped this film to get four nominations for the oscars. Pretty.

20.05 / Paramount Channel

‘end horizon’

Event horizon. United Kingdom-United States, 1997 (89 minutes). Director: Paul WS Anderson. Cast: Laurence Fishburne, Sam Neill, Kathleen Quinlan.

Futuristic intrigue set in the year 2047 in which Paul WS Anderson (Resident evil) tries to imitate the classics of the genre, such as Alien. But he remains in the effort with this entertaining, although not very innovative, science-fiction installment that counted, as the greatest success, with a cast as choral as it is well-known, headed by the always effective Sam Neill and Laurence Fishburne. Recommended for fans of this type of story.

22.00 / Movistar Premieres

‘eiffel’

France, 2021 (109 minutes). Director: Martin Bourboulon. Cast: Romain Duris, Emma Mackey, Pierre Deladonchamps, Armande Boulanger.

After debuting with dad or mom and its corresponding continuation, Martin Bourboulon changes genre to direct this biographical film about the work and also the life of the famous engineer Gustave Eiffel, brought to life in a credible performance by Romain Duris (perfectly seconded by Emma Mackey. Nominated for three César awards, this very correct biopic It takes place at the moment when, having finished his collaboration on the Statue of Liberty, the French government pressures the protagonist to design something spectacular for the Universal Exposition in Paris in 1889, the iconic Gallic tower.

22.00 / Telecinco

Expulsion in ‘Survivors: Honduras Connection’

Marta Peñate or Mariana Rodríguez: one of the two ‘Parasites’ will put an end to her adventure in survivors with his final expulsion tonight in the new installment of Survivors: Honduras Connection. Throughout the night, Arelys, mother of Yulen Pereira, will disembark in the Cayos Cochinos to surprise her son and meet the rest of the survivors. On the other hand, the contestants will face a new reward game in the sea, entitled ‘Stick Ladder’: in it they will have to create a ladder from two sticks that will allow them to ascend a post stuck in the sand.

22.00 / COSMO

The end of ‘Mystery in Paris’ arrives

Tonight, COSMO broadcasts the last episode of Mysteries in Paris, titled Mystery at the Sorbonne, where Victoire Missonnier, the Sorbonne’s leading law student, is accused of murdering an eminent professor at the university. The police investigate the case convinced of her guilt. Desperate, Victoire seeks the help of one of her criminal law professors, the sixty-year-old misanthrope César Garbot, and two of her classmates. In a race against time, this foursome delves into the victim’s unusual past.

22.00 / Hollywood

‘Schindler’s List’

Schindler List. United States, 1993 (187 minutes). Director: Steven Spielberg. Cast: Liam Neeson, Ben Kingsley, Ralph Fiennes, Caroline Goodall.

Hard and emotional story about the Holocaust with which Steven Spielberg achieved one of his most personal films. With an enviable technical bill, a sober narration and a high level interpretive work (especially Liam Neeson and Ralph Fiennes), together with a wonderful black and white photography only tinged on one occasion with a red image, the filmmaker swept the billboards around the world and won seven well-deserved statuettes.

22.10 / Antenna 3

‘Brothers’ the fight for life

Antena 3 lives tonight, Monday and Tuesday three special nights with the premiere of Brothers and sisters, Turkish series already acquired by more than forty countries that presents the exciting story of Kadir, Ömer, Asiye and Emel, four brothers who live a happy and peaceful life, with empty pockets but full of love. As these youngsters, who only have each other, struggle to survive on a day-to-day basis, powerful businessman Akif Atakul searches for a way to escape without paying the price for a crime committed in the past. The story begins when, after losing their parents, the young protagonists face the challenges of life saying “let life go its way.”

23.15 / Antenna 3

‘Unfaithful’ is coming to an end

After the premiere of Brothers, comes a new installment of ‘Unfaithful, an acclaimed production that mixes genres such as drama and thriller. Tonight, all eyes are on Derin because of the incident between Leyla and Asya. The young woman has a hard time convincing even her closest relatives of her innocence due to her past. Although the events surprised everyone, Ali and Volkan’s reaction to Aras will be quite harsh. Asya’s response to Aras is a matter of curiosity, as is the response to the growing tension between Volkan and Ali.

0.50 / Movistar Action

‘Pacific Rim’

United States, 2013 (130 minutes). Director: Guillermo del Toro. Cast: Charlie Hunman, Idris Elba, Rinko Kikuchi, Ron Perlman.

With some spectacular special effects and the always surprising direction of Guillermo del Toro, also author of the script, this curious science fiction film mixes two classics of Japanese popular culture: the kaijus, stories of giant beasts like Godzilla, and the wicks, robots in the style of Mazinger Z

1.50 / TCM

‘Natural Born Killers’

Natural born killers. United States, 1994 (113 minutes). Director: Oliver Stone. Cast: Woody Harrelson, Tommy Lee Jones, Juliette Lewis, Robert Downey Jr.

The renowned director Oliver Stone (The sky and the earth Y J.F.K.), with a script by Quentin Tarantino (who refused to sign the script due to disagreements with the changes introduced) proposes a vibrant denunciation of the violence that prevails in society in this unusual feature film that had, among other virtues, a production as worked as provocative and a star-studded cast (nice job Woody Harrelson). Prize of the Grand Jury Prize at the Venice Festival.You can follow EL PAÍS TELEVISIÓN on Twitter or sign up here to receive our weekly newsletter.

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What to see today on TV? Sunday June 26, 2022