The best 3 films of the week according to the press (16.01.2019)

To help you make your choice, here are the 3 movies of the week best rated by the press on AlloCiné ! 1 : Glass average Rating press* : 3.5 / 5 Glass M. Night Shyamalan average Rating of the press : 3,5 Sessions Critical Press Critical spectators
“The first thing that strikes you here is the amazing frontality of the staging. “Glass” seems to look at us. Right in the eyes. As through a mirror without the silvering that would be the web of film stretched in front of us. “By Jacky Goldberg (Les Inrockuptibles) “Visually, Glass delivers on its promise. Too bad this is in the service of a narrative that is quite laborious. The film is not a bad conclusion, but with Unbreakable head of the line, we expected may to be better, especially now that we know M. Night Shyamalan is capable. “By Allan Blanvillain (The Journal of Geek) 2nd : The Amazing story of the Postman Cheval average Rating press* : 3.24 / 5
L'the Incredible story of the Factor Horse From Nils Tavernier average Rating of the press : 3,2 Sessions Critical Press Critical spectators

“This project called for an actor great, believable in a character taiseux, unsuited to the world of men. It is, paradoxically, Jacques Gamblin, usually attached to dance to his body, and managed to make deeply moving performance. “By The Editorial Staff (Paris)
“The film is like its central character : quiet and engaging, keeping the emotions at a distance and never dodge. It finds its beauty in the mystery that continues to surround the ideal Palate of the factor Horse. “By Corinne Renou-Nativel (The Cross) 3rd : Ben Is Back average Rating press* : 3.17 / 5 Ben Is Back By Peter Hedges average Rating of the press : 3,1 Sessions Critical Press Critical spectators

“Between family drama, horror and thriller, “Ben is Back” to observe with accuracy the self-destruction affecting violently the entourage. Worn by Julia Roberts and Lucas Hedges, impressive. ” by Isabelle Danel (Bande à part )
“A gripping drama, a tragedy of contemporary american unknown to the French, which allows Julia Roberts to deliver one of his most beautiful compositions. The actress is masterful. ” – by Frédéric Mignard (aVoir-aLire.com) * According to notes media barometer-AlloCiné, on the date of Friday 18 January 2019, and for movies released January 16, with at least 10 reviews.