Is Puss in Boots 2 the best movie of the week? – Cinema news

To help you make your choice, here are the 3 top rated films of the week by press and viewers on AlloCiné!*


1er: The worst – 4/5

“An incredible emotional charge, carried by magnificent young actors of authenticity and tenderness.” By Françoise Delbecq (her)

“Les Pires, winner of the Un Certain Regard award, reveals great young actors and a duo of female directors to follow.” By Roland Hélié (Les Fiches du Cinéma)

2nd: Falcon lake – 3.8/5

“A sweet melancholic daydream, which begins as a tender teen film before flying off into a poetry of infinite delicacy.” By Geoffrey Crété (widescreen)

“Every shot is a painting where reflections come to life, where the forest lives, where the bodies are tamed. Absolutely beautiful.” By Victoria Gairin (Le Point)

3rd from draw: under the figs – 3.7/5

“A theater of conservatism, emancipation and social domination, Sous les figs magnificently reveals the subtle portrait of a Tunisia lost between the desire for freedom and respect for tradition.” By Laurent Cambon (

“Bathed in beautiful light and embodied by sublime amateur actors, a sensual first film, full of humanity and very successful.” By Camille Brun (Tele Loisirs)

3rd from draw: The lucky stars – 3.7/5

“As we get to know these damaged characters who together do good for each other, a melancholy sets in and a tidal wave of emotions grows without us realizing it, destroying everything.” By Aurélien Allin (CinemaTeaser)

“Korea fits the Japanese filmmaker like a glove. The light is beautiful, the setting absolutely beautiful. Between thriller and road movie, he is wary of well-meaning ones. The filmmaker plays neither cleverly nor provocatively, he likes to shift the lines, to doubt.” By Michael Mélinard (L’Humanite)


1er: Puss in Boots 2: The Last Quest – 4.1/5

“The humorous dimension is sufficiently distilled, from which many tasty extracts emerge and it is always great to see DreamWorks become a master in the art of reinventing characters from fairy tales (…)” By Chachacritique

“Puss in Boots 2: The Last Quest is a very beautiful film, with clever thinking, remarkable execution, and you will have understood it very quickly. It is a huge personal crush that confirms my idea that DreamWorks is going through a remarkable creative and artistic experience . renewal.” By alin francisc

2nd: Falcon Lake – 3.8/5

“A little jewel of tenderness, of great beauty and great subtlety.” pigeon v.

“Besides the instructive story, Falcon Lake is also and above all an atmospheric film where the fantastic just sprinkles the atmosphere and the careful photography with poetry.” By Pamolico – blog

3rd: Worst – 3.7/5

“It’s tender, rhythmic and you won’t get bored for a second! To see!” By SUZY AND MEE

“A touching shoot for these young people who discover a universe that seems inaccessible and takes them out of their daily worries. Timéo Mahaut is incredible. It’s lush, funny, touching and delicate. Great cinema.” By Arthur Brondy

* According to AlloCiné barometer ratings, as of Friday, December 9, 2022, for films released in theaters on December 7 with a minimum of 10 reviews for the top viewers and 50 ratings for the top viewers. These two tops do not include films that have already been released one or more times in France.

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