Recommendations: what to see according to the winners of the Critics Choice

The movie Everything everywhere at the same timewhich was already seen in theaters in Colombia last year, won 5 awards and won, forcefully, in the 28th edition of the Critics Choice awards, awards that are awarded each year to the highlights of the season in the small and large screen.

The tape created by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert —colloquially known as the daniels— came as the most nominated with 14 nominations and bagged the awards for Best Film, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, Best Editing or Editing and Best Supporting Actor for Ke Huy Quan’s performance.

The Critics Choice are recognitions granted by the Critics Association of the United States and Canada (CCA, for its acronym in English) on behalf of more than 600 journalists specialized in the entertainment sector.

The big disappointments of the night were The Fabelmans —Steven Spielberg’s autobiographical drama directed by himself— and The Banshees of Inisherin (the spirits of the islandin Spanish) that a week ago dazzled and won the Golden Globes and started as favorites along with Everything everywhere at the same time.

The following is the list of movies and series that cannot be missed according to critics.

Everything everywhere at the same time – movie

Starring Michelle Yeoh and Ke Huy Quan the film moves in the multiverse (previously only touched on superhero tapes).

Ke Huy Quan won these awards for Best Supporting Actor and is a firm candidate for the Oscar.

The film was in theaters and for now it can only be rented on Apple TV. It chronicles the life of Evelyn, a Chinese immigrant in the United States, who finds herself involved in a wild adventure in which only she can save the world.

The Whale – film

It will hit theaters across the country on February 2 and tells the story of Charlie (played by Brendan Fraser), a lonely obese English teacher who will try to reconnect with Ellie (Sadie Sink), his teenage daughter whom he abandoned in his childhood. , for a chance at redemption.

TÁR – film

Starring Cate Blanchet (who won Best Actress) this film will hit the Colombian billboard on February 23 and narrates the life of Lydia Tár, one of the best orchestra conductors in the world.

She is one of the most famous and avant-garde conductors. Therefore, she conducts the German Symphony Orchestra while awaiting the release of her new book. When she begins to prepare her next concert of Gustav Mahler’s famous Symphony No. 5, her life begins to fall apart in a few weeks without her being able to do anything to prevent it. The film Tár dives into the mechanisms of power and its impact on today’s society.

RRR – movie

Currently available on Netflix, this film, winner of Best Foreign Language Film (it won Argentina, 1985) and Best Original Song, is a fictional tale of two legendary Indian revolutionaries and their journey far from home before they began. to fight for his country in the 1920s.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever – movie

It will be available on Disney + from February 1, the award for Best Supporting Actress for Angela Bassett and Best Costume were the awards that this film that closed phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and shows as Queen Ramonda. , Shuri, M’Baku, Okoye and the Dora Milaje, fight to protect their nation from the interference of world powers in the wake of the death of King T’Challa.

Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery – movie

The awards for Best Comedy and Best Cast went to this film available today on Netflix and which is a sequel to Knives Out, which in Colombia was called Entre navajas y secretos.

The film tells the story of billionaire Miles Bron (Edward Norton) who invites a few of his close associates on a getaway to his private Greek island and it soon becomes clear that all is not perfect in paradise. And when someone turns up dead, who better than Benoit Blanc to unravel all the layers of the mystery?

Other winning series to watch and where:
Best Comedy Series: Abbott Elementary – Star+

Best Miniseries and Best Miniseries Actress for Amanda Seyfried: The dropout – Star+

Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for Jennifer Coodlige: The White Lotus – HBO Max

Best Drama Series and Best Actor in a Drama Series for Bob Odenkirk: Better Call Saul – Netflix

Best non-English speaking series: Pachinko – Apple TV+

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Recommendations: what to see according to the winners of the Critics Choice

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