Is Thor 4 the best movie of the week?  - Cinema news

Is Thor 4 the best movie of the week? – Cinema news

To help you make your choices, here are the 3 films of the week best rated by the press and spectators on AlloCiné!*


1st: The Night of 12 – 4.4/5

“Dominik Moll dares to reconstruct an unfinished criminal investigation to sign a feminist thriller, without culprit and yet gripping.” By Adrien Gombeaud (Les Echos)

“Dominik Moll signs a discreet, restrained and economical investigative film in its political meditation on feminicide, the opposite of a demonstration by excess.” By Sandra Onana (Liberation)

2nd: The Nights of Mashhad – 3.2/5

“Ali Abbasi returns to his native lands to unravel the sinister career of a serial killer, which says as much about the fanaticism of the act as the moral state of the society in which – and even for which – he acts. ” By Emmanuelle Spadacenta (CinemaTeaser)

“If this hunt for a killer protected by the religious system seems a bit conventional, the actress playing the journalist who is investigating this news item, Zar Amir Ebrahimi, delivers a vibrant performance.” By Emily Barnett (Marie Claire)

3rd: To Kill the Beast – 2.9/5

“If To Kill the Beast is sometimes too self-aware, the first feature film directed by Agustina San Martín nevertheless offers a handful of sequences with a bewitching atmosphere, coupled with a sensitive initiatory quest and an awakening of feverish desire.” By Mathieu Victor-Pujebet (Widescreen)

“A heroine who discovers the violence of the world of men at the same time as she awakens to her attraction for women. Still a little fragile, this upside-down tale is all the same a pretty promise for the future.” By Bruno Deruisseau (Les Inrockuptibles)


1st: The Night of 12 – 4.1/5

“A very dazzling success that this comeback of Dominik Moll. A police investigation in the vicinity of Grenoble referring both to Memories of Murder and to the raw style of stripping of a Poliss.” By Naughty Dog

“I really liked this film. It’s simple, no frills, with actors who don’t do too much. We are fully immersed in the daily life of a PJ.” By Aure

2nd: The Nights of Mashhad – 3.8/5

“A film that is both fascinating and instructive, which conquered the spectators of the Cannes Film Festival and deeply irritated the Iranian authorities. Zar Amir Ebrahimi.” By velocio

“Really a very good film. The actors play well, the music puts us in a perfect atmosphere, and the scenario is well shot. To see!” By Mathis Diallo

3rd: Thor: Love And Thunder – 3/5

“A good little Marvel, a nice script, appreciable fight scenes, emotion and a lot of humor (perhaps a little too much for my taste).” By Aureliane

“We feel a desire not to take ourselves seriously, but the effect is exaggerated, sometimes downright clumsy. The stakes are therefore dulled. Only the intensity in Christian Bale’s game brings a real plus.” By Vader Mir

* According to the ratings of the AlloCiné barometer, as of Friday July 15, 2022, for films released in theaters on July 13 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.



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