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Great movies on TV (week of April 22-28)

Great movies on TV (week of April 22-28)

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In the week of the 50th anniversary of April 25, Portuguese television will celebrate freedom with great films on TV!

On April 25, 1974, Portugal entered a new page in its history, one that was more flexible and free, and marked the end of the dictatorship that began in 1933. 50 years later, Portugal has flourished and freedom is still a reality. However, there are cries, more than ever, for more freedom, more tolerance and more culture.

In the week that marks the 50th anniversary of the fall of the dictatorship, there will be special celebrations across the country, as is typical of the series' programming. Cinematheque. Portuguese television hasn't been left out either, and these are the fantastic films that will be showing on April 25 with many cinema classics in the mix that would never have been shown if we were still under the dictatorship.

Sinmundo Channel

The calm of death (April 22 at 10:30 p.m.)

According to the official synopsis, “After a family tragedy, married couple John and Ray Ingram vacation on a secluded yacht in the middle of the sea. But calm slowly turns to anxiety when they rescue a stranger on a sinking boat, whose presence becomes increasingly uncomfortable, uncomfortable, and dangerous.

This amazing TV movie has a rating of 63%. Rotten tomatoes There are two big names in the lead: Sam Neill and Nicole Kidman.

Exn films

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (April 23 at 9:10 p.m.)

Johnny Depp stars in this extraordinary film adaptation of Roald Dahl's famous short story.

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According to the official synopsis, “Willy Wonka (Johnny Depp) is the eccentric owner of a chocolate factory, and has not had visitors in 15 years. Then Wonka decided to hold a global competition to choose the heir to his chocolate empire. Five children, including Charlie, a boy who lives with his family in a very poor house, find golden tickets in chocolate bars and win a guided tour with the strange Wonka to the legendary factory. Charlie is immediately fascinated by the world of the Chocolatier and his eccentric personality. Tim Burton's film was nominated for an Academy Award in the Best Costume category.

Your mother

The secret of Mount Brusbach (April 24 at 03:01 AM)

It's almost 20 years old and it's one of the big movies on TV this week. With an excellent cast (Jake GyllenhaalRandy Quaid, Heath Ledger, American actress Anne Hathaway (Michelle Williams) The film follows Ennis del Mar and Jack Twist, who meet while looking for a job on Joe Aguirre's ranch. They both seem sure of what they want in life: a stable job, a happy marriage, and a family. But when Aguirre hires Ennis and Jack to work in the Brokeback Mountain area… Farther apart, the two young people feel more strongly united, leading to a deep friendship and intimacy. A film that will never pass the dictatorship's censorship.

hollywood channel

Born to kill (April 25 at 03:05 AM)

According to the official synopsis, “A Marine officer observes the inhumane effects that the Vietnam War has had on his recruits, from a hellish training camp to the bloody battlefield of Hue, Vietnam.”

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This brilliant TV movie is one of Stanley Kubrick's best films ever made, and is a stunning portrait of the brutality of war.

Corpse bride (April 28 at 10:35 a.m.)

Another Tim Burton film, also starring Johnny Depp Helena Boham Carter.

According to the official synopsis, “After a misunderstanding, a young man finds himself engaged to a female ghost. Although he knows that he is in love with a beautiful girl, his new bride does not give up. This wonderful TV movie received a rating of 77%. Rotten tomatoes.

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Robin Hood (April 26 at 9:15 p.m.)

Russell Crowe is a war-torn crusader whose Moorish commander organizes a bold revolt against the corruption-tainted English crown. The New Zealand actor also returns to theaters with “Sleeping Dog,” a riveting thriller about forgotten revenge.

Cinema TV

The murder of Kenneth Chamberlain (April 27 at 1:50 PM) – Event

Starring Frankie Faison, Steve O'Connell, Enrico Natale and Ben Martin, this brilliant TV movie tells a brutal true story. According to the official synopsis: “Based on the true story of the events leading up to the death of Kenneth Chamberlain Sr., an African-American war veteran with bipolar disorder, who was killed during a struggle with police officers sent to visit him.”

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