The films of the day were judged by Leena Virtanen.
1918 – A man and his conscience ★★
(Finland 1957) A special description of the Civil War, directed by Toivo Särkkä, manuscript Ilmari Unhon. Anneli Sauli plays a prostitute whose priest (Åke Lindman) wants to save. At the end we are in the red prison camp. (K12)
TV1 at 1:15 p.m.
Jurassic World: The Fallen Kingdom ★★
(USA 2018) Trilogy of the Second and Ancient Jurassic Park the offspring of the mega-giants were splashed with dollars one-first, but it didn’t produce a good movie either. Hypocrisy is at its peak. (K12)
TV5 at 6:30 p.m.
Yes Man ★★★
(USA 2008) Jim Carrey plays a man who learns to say yes to everything in turn. Pretty jees comedy mostly thanks to Carrey. (K12)
Hero at 7 p.m.
Fifty Shades of Gray ★★
(USA 2015) The hit film still seems the hardest after #meto, and doesn’t even fulfill the promise of erotic entertainment. The man takes, the woman whispers and fulfills the man’s wishes. Is that what the woman wants? (K16)
TV5 at 9 p.m.
Bottled mail ★★★
(Denmark 2015) Fares Fares and other familiar actors are seen in a smooth but typical Danish thriller in which forensic investigators investigate child abductions using bottle mail. (K16)
Fri at 23.00
No Escape ★★
(USA 2015) An ordinary engineer (Owen Wilson) moves with his family to an Asian country where a violent coup breaks out, and everything instantly turns into hell. The British, presented by Pierce Brosnan, will help. The message is clear: you shouldn’t leave home among the wild. (K16)
Nelonen at 11.45 pm
In the heat of the night ★★★★★
(USA 1967) A classic and pioneer of police films in which black police solve a murder case in a racist south. The lead role is played by the role model and pre-fighter of Hollywood black actors, the coolest of them is Sidney Poitier. Norman Jewison’s control grabbed the Oscars. (K12)
Subject at 11.55 pm