Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3′, the end of an era – VeryComputer

Guardians of the galaxy Vol. 3, Fast & Furious X o Knights of the Zodiac are some of the most anticipated movie releases for May 2023, but not the only ones. In fact, there are many films coming to Spanish theaters this month and, from all of them, we gather below a small selection specifically for evasion, not for recrimination. At least let it be fun, or at least try to be, right?

But, as we always remind you in this double-entry, these film premieres refer only to the Spanish billboard, although in the case of films with international projection, it is very likely that they can also be seen wherever you are, if it is not Spain. And, of course, if you are not a moviegoer, but rather enjoy things from the comfort of your own home, at VOD New Releases you have everything new from the streaming.

May 4 movie releases

It all started yesterday, Thursday, but only for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3the only premiere to hit the billboards with the farewell of one of the best franchises that the Marvel Cinematic Universe (UCM) has left us since its inception. The end of an era that has brought us many joys, but that has been left in the past by own demerits, or simply because they are still determined to crush a formula that no longer gives for more. Be that as it may, farewell, guardians!

May 5 movie releases

Already on Friday, the new film by Stephen Frears (High Fidelity, Hero by accident, A very English scandal), a drama with touches of obvious madness in which The Lost KingRichard III of England himself, will be found first by archaeologists, then by a history buff… in her own way.

We continue with the French My crimea period drama -with less drama than comedy, let’s face it- with touches of intrigue and good manners in which an investigator must solve the murder of a Parisian banker, with a colorful group of suspects, among which a vindictive young woman stands out.

Another outstanding premiere for this Friday is the one of Good Companya Spanish film co-produced with France, halfway between drama and social denunciation, also with claims about the feminist struggle for the right to abortion. Itziar Ituño (The Paper House, Errementari). Based on real facts.

Another Spanish one, also with drama and social criticism as pillars, but with a dose of suspense is. Asedioa film in which a riot policewoman discovers a plot of police corruption and that her enemies are not the Nigerian squatters she has just evicted, but the system she works for.

May 12 movie releases

Those who enjoy My crime and you’re left wanting more, but a bit more serious, you have at. Marlowe an option to satisfy his detective appetites: an Irish production directed by veteran Neil Jordan (Interview with the Vampire, Game of tears) and starring Liam Neeson (*Schindler’s List, Taken) is a remake of the classic movie.

Book Club – Now Italy, meanwhile, is the sequel to the 2018 film, with the same roll of romantic comedy of the third – and wealthy – age starring an ensemble cast full of old glories: Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, Andy Garcia, Don Johnson…

At The bounty hunter we switch gears with a revenge thriller also starring two veterans, albeit in very good shape, such as Christoph Waltz (Inglourious Basterds, Django Unchained) and Willem Dafoe (Spider-Man, Platoon). A film directed by another old glory such as Walter Hill (Danko: Red Heat, Streets of fire).

To close the second week of May, The eternal daughtera drama with strong touches of intrigue and even horror starring Tilda Swinton (Constantine, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.). And the fact is that returning home is not always comforting.

May 19 movie releases

In the penultimate week of May, the following films will be released Fast & Furious Xthe tenth installment already of the popular action franchise headed by Vin Diesen, always well surrounded by a large cast of very handsome or beefy Hollywood stars. This time there’s Jason Momoa, Michelle Rodriguez, Charlize Theron, Brie Larson… More of the same, but…

If instead of action you prefer drama, A person brings you that, although it looks like more of the same too, the typical story of loss and forgiveness with a tearful tone. Where’s the interest, then? In the leading couple: Florence Pugh (Black Widow, Midsommar) and Morgan Freeman (Seven, Life imprisonment).

No action, no drama: Shark in sight! is a French comedy with a whiff of sleaziness that, nevertheless, looks at least amusing as well as profane, since it is enough to see the trailer to see that it is a sort of parody of the classic Shark.

May 26 movie releases

The last Friday of May arrives The Little MermaidDisney’s new live-action adaptation of one of its cartoon classics and a real test for the company, which finally dares to release in theaters one of its classic stories renewed for new audiences. In this case, with a black protagonist who has already given a lot to talk about.

This last weekend of May will also see the premiere of Stay by my sidea romantic comedy at the beginning, a tearful drama with vital pretensions at the end, whose main hook is to be starred by Jim Parsons, the very same Sheldon Cooper of The Big Bang Theorynow reconverted into a fragile guy with a very smurfing problem.

And finally, the long-awaited new live-action adaptation of The Knights of the Zodiaca Japanese production of international invoice through which names like Sean Bean, Framke Janssen or Mark Dacascos pass without it mattering the least, and is that… yes, the movie is an absolute dreck, as expected and as it is confirming all those who have already seen it.

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