The best film of the week is a comedy!

To help you make your choices, here are the films of the week with the highest ratings by the press on AlloCiné!*


1st: My crime – 4/5

“François Ozon, inspired from first to last, signs a “Lubitschian” and amoral fiction of the best taste. A farce which, far from the customary academicism of popular French cinema, is distinguished by its originality, its audacity and its incorrectness.” By Olivier De Bruyn (Les Echos)

“The generous entertainment he offers us is more subversive than his good manners and his displayed seduction would suggest.” By Marilou Duponchel (Les Inrockuptibles)

2nd: Christophe… definitely – 3.7/5

“A fascinating and melancholy dive into the creative universe of Christophe. Between documentary and experimental work, the film by Ange Leccia and Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster is seen as a beautiful tribute by two artists to a beloved singer.” By Margherita Gera (Les Fiches du Cinéma)

“The visual artists who have become directors orchestrate a progressive synthesis. The snippets become concrete pieces, moments of musical bravery on stage. We then access the complete concert, in all its cinegeny.” By Augustin Pietron-Locatelli (Telerama)

3rd tied: The Whale – 3.3/5

“Darren Aronofsky’s inspired staging transcends the camera to sketch with empathy the portrait of an antihero plagued by loneliness and guilt, while conveying the religious values ​​that are so important to the filmmaker (redemption and forgiveness ).” By Stéphanie Belpêche (Le Journal du Dimanche)

“With The Whale, Aronofsky assumes to pour into the great intimate melodrama, as moving as it is impressive, without being tearful or performative.” By Thomas Bonicel (

3rd tied: Tengo sueños eléctricos – 3.3/5

“An admirable study of characters, admirably interpreted by the actress and the actor who plays them, by the writing, by the camera, by all the nuances of proximity and distance that we manage to establish with them.” By Luc Chessel (Liberation)

“This first feature translates with great finesse all the ambivalence of puberty, these moments when more than ever certainties are shattered and open a blank page as exciting as it is frightening.” By Thierry Chèze (Premiere)


1st tie: My Crime – 4.1/5

“It’s a touching comedy, funny, interesting, very well acted. We leave this film in a good mood!” By Jean-Charles E.

“In the end, the feature film turns out to be very pleasant to follow with its beautiful cast, its mischievous scenario and its inimitable style!” By LeFilCine

1st tie: The Whale – 4.1/5

“A truly moving and poetic marvel.” By Alexis B.

“A masterpiece embodied by a Brendan Fraser at the top, a necessary date in the history of cinema.” By Celebrating Cinema

3rd: Scream VI – 3.8/5

“The actors had teased a more brutal and bloody Ghostface than ever and it is!” By Jim Slater

“Refreshing, funny, rather gory, full of suspense, filled with Easter-eggs and fan service, I recommend that all fans go and see this sixth installment, which I found above the previous one.” By Bene

* According to the ratings of the AlloCiné barometer, on Friday March 10, 2023, for films released in theaters on March 8 with at least 10 reviews for the top press and 50 ratings for the top viewers. These two tops do not include films already released once or several times in France.

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