10 Questions

A parody on Quentin Tarantino

The shortest day of the year is obviously the best day of the year for a long tv evening. With good movies and politically incorrect comedy can’t go wrong.

1 SHINE

Canvas, 22.10-23.50 hours

Difficult question: should you Geoffrey Rush the best actor of his generation call it, now he is being accused of (light) cross-border behavior? Rot on, moraalridders, see him at work as David Helfgott in this stunning biopic and daring us wrong.

2 HANS TEEUWEN: REAL RESENTMENT

Q2, 22.35-0.40 hours

Previous tip it was maybe a little inappropriate, but that is because we with our heads all at the second sitting, especially this zaalshow from 2016 of the least politically correct and so geestigste comedian of the Low Countries.

3 THE HATEFUL EIGHT

NPO 3, 21.30-0.15 hour

This eighth film from Quentin Tarantino is almost a parody of the films of Quentin Tarantino: the blood spatter where it is not able to go, the dialogues meander as an affluent of the river Amblève. Jennifer Jason Leigh does what she does best: the rest of the cast to the house to play. That saves those people back to Uber.

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