Enjoy “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” this weekend on Teletica

This Saturday round of 7 presents at 8 o’clock at night, the action and science fiction plot: “X-Men: Apocalypse”, since the beginning of time Apocalypse, the most powerful mutant that has ever existed, was worshiped as a god while accumulating the powers of the rest of the mutants becoming an immortal being. After thousands of years asleep, he awakens in a world he does not like and therefore recruits a team, led by Magneto, to end all humanity and create a new world order. But Professor X, with the help of Mystique, will join a group of young mutants to try to stop the greatest enemy they have ever faced.

This Sunday Cinema for All presents at two in the afternoon, the biographical drama: “McFarland without limits”, set in 1987, fired as coach of the American football team of a high school in Boise, Idaho, Jim White must accept a I work at a school in McFarland, a small California town mostly inhabited by Hispanic immigrants. There he will take charge of a group of young athletes, whom he will introduce to the specialty of field races.

In pop cinema this Sunday at 4:10 in the afternoon, Fantasy Family Comedy “My Meeting Me” Willis is a busy man with little time for feelings who, after a supernatural experience, meets a boy who turns out to be 8 years old himself.

To close this weekend in film hits, film hits presents at eight o’clock at night, the science fiction and adventure plot: “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”, Thirty years after the victory of the Alliance Rebel on the second Death Star, the galaxy is still at war. A new Republic has been formed, but a sinister organization, the First Order, has risen from the ashes of the Galactic Empire. The heroes of yesteryear, now fighting in the Resistance, are joined by new heroes: a fighter pilot, a defected First Order soldier, a young junkyard, and a rolling android. They all fight against the forces of Evil: a fearsome and mysterious character wielding a red lightsaber.

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