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The movies you can't miss right now
The movies you can't miss – right now

Nöjesbladet tips on what is best at the cinema

One of the mexicans host +++++ . Glenn Close on Nobelprisutdelning. And realism is making a comeback!

Nöjesbladets the reviewer picks out the main gems among the films shown at the cinema now.

DRAMATHRILLER Spike Lee stroking over it all with thick strokes. Effective lecture. He is a skilled filmberättare. The history of the black police, who manages to fool klanmedlemmarna also has comic pages. ”BlacKkKlansman” veers between the comedic scenes and bottendjupt darkness. Nyhetsbilderna at the end is a powerful finale to an angry, intense and harrowing film. (Jens Peterson)

the DRAMA An engaging story. Good actor. Equally neat black and white photo of ”Ida”. And a great soundtrack with everything from folk to blues, jazz and rock. The music is important for the film. But sometimes storytelling, as well as some rapsodiskt. 1 hour and 28 minutes out to be 20-25 minutes, you are forced to as well as fill in some bits yourself. (Jan-Olov Andersson)

the DRAMA of The documentary imagery, which takes us spectators so close to the events, making that oscar-winning Swedish cinematographer Linus Sandgren probably can count with a new nomination. I have never really cared about astronauts and their adventures, but was very engaged by the ”First man”. (Jan-Olov Andersson)

FANTASY\\u002FTHRILLER ”Border” is based, as well as ”Let the right one in” on a text by John Ajvide Lindqvist, and is in the same way an intersection of realism and fantasy. As a folktale, and the film has characteristics reminiscent of Guillermo del Toro and his films ”Pan's labyrinth” and ”The shape of water”. (Jens Peterson)

the DOCUMENTARY Four wonderfully entertaining women talking skådespelarminnen. Maggie Smith has the sharpest tongue, not least when they talk about the monument of Laurence Olivier they worked with. And in whose home they sit. Director Roger Michell (”Notting Hill”) lets the camera go and shoot sometimes in questions to the four. The film also has a fantastic rich archival material, where we get to see them as young people, both on stage, in tv and on film. Timeless know-how and dazzling charisma. (Jens Peterson)

the DRAMA Alfonso Cuarón has done a magnificent filmpoesi of their childhood memories. In wonderful black and white images, often with long shots, and very emotional, rolled the family's everyday life. A more touching tribute to a still-living person, the housekeeper who cared more about others than himself, have seldom been seen before. Premiered at a few Swedish cinemas on december 7, is then shown from 14 december on Netflix. (Jan-Olov Andersson)

ANIMATED An entertaining adventure with slapstick and humor in the same vein as ”Ice age”films. As in ”Monsters, Inc” and ”Hotel Transylvania” is the yeti, equally afraid of people who, on the contrary. ”Smallfoot” celebrates facts, questions, and curiosity. Don't be afraid to learn, for new meetings. A fnissig film that affects the brain and heart. (Jens Peterson)

the COMEDY right through to the many actors, of all ages. Fredrik Hallgren and Sissela Benn is very good as Sunes parents, and makes us both laugh and feel sadness. We suffer with them in their attempts to meet what they believe are others ' expectations. Just like Sune. All getting older but we can still fight with to seek confirmation. The clever script is loaded with surprises and funny scenes. Envy and jealousy – but the ”Sune vs Sune” is a breath of fresh air with a strong heart. (Jens Peterson)

Meg Wolitzers novel, which the movie is based on, is about a fine prize for literature awarded in Helsinki. To change it to the Nobel prize is a prudent sharpening. ”The wife” moves around a wintery Stockholm, sweden with photos from the town Hall and the Grand hotel. Chockväckning with Lucia. Glenn Close makes one of his best roles. Björn Runges well-made film has plenty of talented actors who create a strong intensity. Timeless about a woman who get tired of the old-fashioned role of the outside world to give her. (Jens Peterson)

the DRAMA of Astrid decides. It, she does consistently in this cleverly-told film. Astrid Lindgren become a volunteer at the Vimmerby Newspaper and shows the early editor-in-chief Reinhold Blomberg (Harald Rafaelsen) how good she is. They become a loving couple. He is in a messy divorce, he is 30 years older. Great actor with an outstanding Alba August. She plays a strong, funny, snabbtänkt, caring fellow human being with berättarlust. It is a Astrid you believe in. (Jens Peterson)

the THRILLER Uk tv series ”Widows” came in 1983. The plot is pretty similar to when all moved to the united states, but the intensity and the tempo higher. It is violent and brutalare, even in the dialogue. Crime and politics are equally criminal. Viola Davis is very good as a leader for the women. A nervous and raw thriller that creates a fascinating uncertainty. (Jens Peterson)

... and so a new streamed movie were also nice even at the movies:

The ballad of Buster Scruggs

WEST To the brothers Joel and Ethan Coen can do west in different versions, we know then \\

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