the world after … what to watch on TV tonight?

the world after … what to watch on TV tonight?

The new series Vortex is to follow 9:10 p.m. on France 2. 2025, in Brest. During an investigation, a police officer discovers by chance that he can communicate with his first wife, who died in 1998… An ambitious and innovative thriller that renews the fantasy genre. The story is captivating, raises metaphysical questions and offers Tomer Sisley the opportunity to show the full extent of his talent.

At 9:10 p.m. on Canal + we watch the blockbuster Jurassic World: the world afters. After the disaster that occurred on Isla Nublar four years earlier, dinosaurs proliferated dangerously, threatening all of humanity with extinction… Fans of the saga rejoice: this final episode marks the unexpected encounter between the characters of Jurassic World (the current shutters) and those of Jurassic Park (the first shutters). It is all the more worth the detour as it renews its bestiary.

TF1 put at 9:10 p.m. on the action movie Equalizer. While he was thinking of leading a quiet retirement in Boston, a special services ace finds himself forced to return to service to protect a young prostitute and wrestle with the local Russian mafia… A “vigilante movie” (film of a solitary urban vigilante) and hyper violent, skilfully orchestrated by Antoine Fuqua (“Training Day”). Denzel Washington who, in a very physical role, shows us that when it comes to handling fists and guns, he has nothing to envy to a Bronson or an Eastwood…

We end this selection with the film The Clan of the Sicilians at 9:05 p.m. on France 3. The patriarch of a family of gangsters of Sicilian origin joins forces with a lone mobster to carry out a daring robbery. But love gets involved, which doesn’t mix well with the Latin code of honor… Seven years after “Melody in the basement”, Verneuil brings together the same gang for a most effective thriller. With the presence of its three stars at the top of their form and the unforgettable music of Ennio Morricone, the film was a huge public success and can still be enjoyed today with the same

Sarah Ibri


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