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What are the things not to miss on Disney +? Here are some suggestions.

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Andor

In a very concrete way, Andor bears the brunt of the Galactic Empire’s oppression of individuals. Although it is a fiction, the parallels with our history and the reality of some countries are still evident today. The tense pace of the first four episodes seen by The print is accentuated by the music of Nicholas Britell (Moonlight, Succession, Don’t look up). Visually, Andor is impressive with the realism of his surroundings. The places visited are numerous, vast and inhabited.

Pascal Le Blanc

Hocus Pocus 2





Under the guidance of director Anne Fletcher (The proposal), pretty much everything has been taken over from the original film, be it the special effects, the intensity, the interest of the secondary characters, the witches’ reaction to all kinds of elements we take for granted in our times, so like the strength of the bonds that unite the three sisters. Above all, the pleasure of finding the legendary witches is undeniable. The fiery Winifred (Bette Midler) with long teeth, the beautiful and dazed Sarah (Sarah Jessica Parker) as well as the faithful Mary (Kathy Najimy) with the crooked mouth have kept their charm. Friendly zombie Billy Butcherson (Doug Jones) is also back. There is enough to satisfy fans of the franchise, seducing a new generation.

Danielle Bonneau

The bear





Confession, that’s it: I hated the first episode of The bear, as well as the latter, which immerse us in the muddy kitchen of a messy Chicago restaurant. It is not watchable. I persevered and made it to the eighth and final episode, I was one of those people who sing the praises of The bear aloud. And why does this cacophonous and frenetic eight-half-hour series fascinate us so much? Because it makes us feel things. Urgency, tension, conflict, despair, anger, violence and pain.

Hugo Dumas

Reboot





To avoid giving birth to a flop with Rebootits first series since then Modern family, Steve Levitan “worked very hard”. His efforts paid off. With this new comedy, the American author, director and producer marks the second consecutive home run.

Marc-André Lemieux

Mike





Created by Steven Rogers (Me, Tonia, Hope floats), Mike takes up the show formula Mike Tyson: Undisputed truth in which the New Yorker drew the thread of his life in front of an audience. It all starts at the Teatro Maestoso, where Trevante Rodi (Moonlight) announces on stage that he won’t lie. Very convincingly, with Tyson’s voice, facial expressions and attitude, the actor embodies the man of his last years, but also his eighteenth birthday in scenes that relate to the past. Younger Ethan Barrett and BJ Minor play Tyson during his difficult childhood and later adolescence, respectively, spent mostly in the company of his coach and sole father figure Cus D’Amato (the excellent Harvey Keitel).

Pascal Le Blanc

She-Hulk: lawyer





New in the Marvel Universe: She-Hulk: lawyer with Regina, Saskatchewan-born actress Tatiana Maslany. Jennifer Walters (Maslany) has a distinguished career as a lawyer. While traveling with her cousin, Bruce Banner, aka Hulk (Mark Rufalo), things change when they are involved in an accident. And the blood contamination will do the rest. The first episode sets the table well, humor as a bonus. Plus Jennifer Walters talking directly to the camera, a little Dead Pool, makes it even more enjoyable. Watch out for Thursday.

Maryse Tessier

Light year

Director Angus MacLane’s passion for science fiction films is evident. This is reflected in the numerous references to the classics of the genre. There are just enough technical details to delight sci-fi fans and plenty of humor, thanks in part to the friendly robot cat Sox. But even though it offers high-quality entertainment, the animated film skillfully sticks to a proven formula.

Danielle Bonneau

Only murders in the building





Difficult to tinker with a fascinating and sparkling series likeOnly murders in the building by Disney +. The second season does not disappoint, far from it. It adds the great Shirley MacLaine to its five-star cast, which includes two big names in humor: Steve Martin and Martin Short.

Hugo Dumas

Santa Evita





Some will say this series is macabre. But she is so charming! A piece of Argentine history is presented in this miniseries based on the book by Tomas Eloy Martinez, Santa Eva. Eva Perón was significantly more popular than her husband, General Juan Perón. When she died on July 26, 1952, her body was embalmed by Doctor Pedro Ara, recognized for his expertise in the matter. Santa Evita, offered on the Disney + Star component, sometimes causes anxiety, but it hooks us. Listen in Spanish, with subtitles, to better capture the emotions of the characters.

Maryse Tessier

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