To help you make your choices, here are the 3 films of the week best rated by the press and spectators on AlloCiné!*
THE 3 BEST FILMS ACCORDING TO THE PRESS:
1st: Full time – 4.0/5
“Eric Gravel portrays a solitary heroine who is exhausted between her work and the education of her two young children. A strong and realistic film played by Laure Calamy, once again impressive.” By Olivier De Bruyn (Les Echos)
“Social film? Certainly. But not only. A nice film very well composed with an extraordinary Laure Calamy once again.” By Jean-Baptiste Morain (Les Inrockuptibles)
2nd: Three times nothing – 3.8/5
“A social comedy that combines great writing quality and a tasty interpretation. “A great time” of the 2000s.” By Thierry Chèze (West France)
“To the credit of Nadège Loiseau’s film: a trio of sympathetic actors, rather successful scenarios and comedic scenes that have energy.” By Catherine Painset (The Voice of the North)
3rd: Moneyboys – 3.73/5
“This portrait of a sacrificed youth, magnificently staged and highlighted, is also that of a country in the process of express modernization, steamroller style.” By LS (Here)
“With Moneyboys, a straight-forward script and superb direction, CB Yi, a student of the Austrian master Michael Haneke, deals with the social transgression of homosexuality in China, in a stunningly beautiful film.” By Nathalie Chifflet (Latest News from Alsace)
THE 3 BEST FILMS ACCORDING TO VIEWERS:
1st: Jujutsu Kaisen 0 – 4.3/5
“A simply incredible film, very touching, very funny and with still breathtaking animations.” By sydney
“After the film Demon Slayer, it’s Jujutsu Kaisen’s turn to be a hit in France. The film, with a duration of 1h45, passes very quickly just like its predecessor. We are constantly absorbed by the action, the intrigue around of Yuta and Rika.” By Krowllen Ikoru
2nd: Full time – 4.0/5
“Laure Calamy’s acting is just monumental, as well as the music, the sound, the script and of course the direction in general. In short, a scathing (but fair) account of a confusing and unfair in a society that is equally unfair to single mothers.” By Happy
“Full Time is a thriller of ordinary life. What could be more banal than Julie’s life? Thousands, millions of French people perhaps will recognize themselves in it without difficulty.” By Yves G.
3rd: Three times nothing – 3.82/5
“The actors are all excellent. Discovery of Antoine Bertrand. Rebbot at the top of his game. Côme Levin super.” By Chloe V.
“We alternate between laughter and emotion. We get attached to the characters and above all, we have a great time. It feels good to have a French film like that.” By Lisa R.
* According to the ratings of the AlloCiné barometer, on Friday March 18, 2022, for films released in theaters on Wednesday March 16 with at least 10 reviews for the top press and 50 ratings for the top viewers. These two tops do not include films already released once or several times in France.