Zapping – L’Orient-The Day – OI Canadian

Zapping – L’Orient-The Day – OI Canadian


Dumbo Young Adult Film, directed by Tim Burton. Holt Farrier, a former circus star, returns from the war and is hired by Max Medici, the owner of a circus on the verge of bankruptcy. The troupe is happy because an elephant has just been born. Max Medici is horrified to discover that the animal, dubbed Dumbo, has huge ears. A deformity that, in his opinion, is not good for business. While playing feathers together, Holt’s children discover that Dumbo can fly. Entrepreneur VA Vandevere and aerialist Colette Marchant have heard about this child prodigy and want to make the young pachyderm a star… M6, 10:10 p.m.

ET, an intimate cinematic blockbuster by Clélia Cohen, Antoine Coursat. 1982 saw the release of Steven Spielberg’s seventh feature film, ET the Extraterrestrial. This film about childhood and difference was to move hundreds of millions of viewers around the world and established itself as the greatest success in cinema history at the time. However, its director had not envisioned it as a commercial film, but as an intimate work, inspired by his own wounds, telling a young boy’s extraordinary friendship with a being as lost as he is. Art, 11:50 p.m


Miss France 2023 election entertainment. They are 30 young women who have embarked on an extraordinary adventure. They are all determined, committed and ready to take on new challenges, but only one will gain access to the Miss France 2023 crown. For this new edition, the show will be moderated by Jean-Pierre Foucault and by Sylvie Tellier in the presence of Cindy Fabre. TF1, 10:10 p.m

I love what you do Comedy by Philippe Guillard (2022), with Gérard Lanvin, Artus, Antoine Bertrand, Laura Del Sol, Natasha Andrews. Gérard Lanvin takes on the role of a resistance martyr in a Hollywood blockbuster. His meeting with the uber-jovial Momo, overzealous pool specialist and die-hard fan, will have a major impact on his filming schedule. Stickier and without embarrassment you die! Canal+, 11:40 p.m

Planning Permission Comedy by Éric Fraticelli (2021), starring Didier Bourdon, Éric Fraticelli, Anne Consigny, Simon Abkarian. A dentist living in Paris learns that he has inherited a plot of land in Corsica where his recently deceased father wanted to build a house. Canal+, 10:09 p.m


L’ascension Dramatic comedy by Ludovic Bernard (2017), starring Ahmad Sylla, Alice Belaïdi, Waly Dia. Nadia challenges Samy, her boyfriend, to do something extraordinary for her. The young man promises him to climb Everest. When he regrets accepting, he embarks on the adventure, leaving his friends, family and his town of Seine-Saint-Denis for the Himalayas. Despite the reluctance of Jeff, the leader, the young man, who has never been a climber, begins to climb the “Roof of the World”. He discovers the arduous work of the porters and decides to go all the way. Nadia is stunned to learn what he is doing. And support Samy, like the rest of the city following his exploits… France 2, 10:10 p.m

The Singing Club Drama by Peter Cattaneo (2019), starring Kristin Scott Thomas, Sharon Horgan, Jason Flemyng, Emma Lowndes. Yorkshire, 2011. Soldiers from Flitcroft Garrison are on the move again. To encourage each other, the companions decide to look for something to do together. How about a choir? France 2, 11:55 p.m


Green Book: On the Roads of the South Dramatic Comedy by Peter Farrelly (2018), starring Viggo Mortensen, Mahershala Ali, Linda Cardellini, Sebastian Maniscalco. 1962. Tony Lip is a brutal Italian-American from the Bronx slums, used to bouncer jobs in seedy clubs. He is hired as a driver by the piano king Don Shirley, a black composer, on a tour of the segregationist South. Don Shirley may be well-known and wealthy, but he is no longer “black” to his peers and will never be “white” to those who pay a fortune to receive him in concert. Opposite Tony Lip is a boorish man, a father who is in love with his wife but doesn’t know how to write her a letter worthy of the name. An unlikely friendship will develop between these two reluctant men… France 3, 10:10 p.m

Asterix 3D: Domain of the Gods Animated film directed by Louis Clichy and Alexandre Astier (2014). In order to blind and thus bend Asterix and his invincible Gallic friends, Emperor Caesar has luxurious buildings built around the village. M6, 10:10 p.m


Ice Age 4: Continental Drift animated film directed by Steve Martino and Mike Thurmeier (2012). After confronting the dinosaurs, Manny, Diego and Sid find themselves on a piece of iceberg in the middle of a raging ocean. Whose fault is it? TF1, 10:10 p.m

Waiting for Bojangles Drama by Régis Roinsard (2022), with Virginie Efira, Romain Duris, Solan Machado-Graner, Grégory Gadebois, Orianne Daudin, Mira Rogliano. At first glance, Camille and Georges seem to be a couple like any other in the late 1950s. In reality, since the beginning of their relationship, everything has been too extraordinary. They married the same day they met at a social event, their love continued to grow and soon a little Gary came to their house. Unfortunately, this life of excess, recklessness, and too much recklessness comes to an abrupt end when Camille is overcome by demons she can no longer fight. George finds himself alone with his son, facing his terrible regrets, full of uncertainty… Canal+, 10:11 p.m


Camille repeats Dramatic Comedy by Noémie Lvovsky (2012), with Noémie Lvovsky, Samir Guesmi, Judith Chemla. Camille Is Bad: Eric, The Only Man In Her Life, Leaves Her For A Teenage Girl After 25 Years Of Marriage! Abandoned, she spent New Year’s Eve with friends and passed out completely drunk at midnight. Waking up in the hospital, she finds herself as a teenager in her adult body, propelled to 1985, her mother and father at her bedside. Later, in high school, she is discovered by a boy named…Eric! Knowing that he will leave her a quarter of a century later, she initially rejects him… Arte, 9:55 p.m

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets Luc Besson, Mark Gao and Virginie Silla (2017) sci-fi film starring Dane DeHaan, Cara Delevingne, Clive Owen, Rihanna, Ethan Hawke. In the galaxy, in the 28th century. Valérian and Laureline, spatiotemporal defense agents, are responsible for recovering the last representative of the Transmuter species, a creature capable of reproducing in large numbers whatever it devours. And they are not alone on site. TF1, 10:10 p.m


Top Gun: Maverick Joseph Kosinski’s action film (2022) with Tom Cruise, Miles Teller, Jennifer Connelly, Jon Hamm, Glen Powell. Thirty-six years after his Navy debut, Captain Pete Mitchell is back at Top Gun, still just as hot-headed and defiant. His mission: to prepare a team of elite pilots for a highly dangerous war mission. Among the officers in the race he finds Rooster, the son of Goose, his teammate whose death he has on his conscience. Canal+, 10:10 p.m

Gaston Lagaffe Comedy by Pierre-François Martin-Laval (2019), starring Théo Fernandez, Pierre-François Martin-Laval, Arnaud Ducret, Jérôme Commandeur. Prunelle, an executive at the Peticoin company, sees a large stake called Gaston Land. The trainee doesn’t start until noon and is a fan of naps. Which has the ability to deeply annoy Prunelle. Especially since he pays the price for the young man’s eccentric inventions. His colleagues particularly appreciate the pretty Miss Jeanne, who falls under the spell of this moon boy. TF1, 10:10 p.m

FridayDumbo Young Adult Movie, directed by Tim Burton. Holt Farrier, a former circus star, returns from the war and is hired by Max Medici, the owner of a circus on the verge of bankruptcy. The troupe is happy because an elephant has just been born. Max Medici is horrified to discover that the animal, dubbed Dumbo, has huge ears. A deformity that, in his opinion, is not…

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