Winter often means finding entertainment indoors, and going to the movies is a time-honored tradition, particularly around the holidays. While many families make a tradition of heading to the movies during holiday gatherings, Hollywood has a different reason for releasing many sequels or other highly anticipated films during November and December each year. Most of the film festivals have ended, and the upcoming awards ceremonies will take place just ahead of the Oscars each spring.
So, what are some of the most highly anticipated movies coming soon? Let’s take a look at what they are and why viewers will enjoy watching them.
1. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (Nov. 11)Read More »
T’Challa must rally his allies and use all of his skills to defeat Killmonger and save Wakanda. The movie is full of exciting action sequences, and the final battle is particularly epic. The cast is also excellent, with Boseman and Jordan delivering strong performances.
2. The Fabelmans (Nov. 11)
The Fabelmans is a heartwarming tale of a family who comes together to save their beloved pet from a life of misery.
The film follows the Fabelmans as they adopt a dog from a shelter and soon discover that he is a natural born performer. With the help of some new friends, they embark on a journey to save their dog from a life of boredom and routine.
The Fabelmans is a feel-good film that will leave audiences smiling from ear to ear. It’s a must-see for animal lovers and families alike.
3. Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery (Nov. 23)
The Glass Onion is a gripping, emotionally charged film that will leave audiences both shaken and satisfied.
The film follows the story of a mother and daughter struggling to grapple with the aftermath of a devastating family tragedy. The performances by both lead actresses are exceptional, and the film’s tight direction ensures that the story never feels anything less than completely engaging.
4. Christmas with the Campbells (Dec. 2)
The Christmas with the Campbells movie is a heartwarming story about a family who comes together to celebrate the holidays. Despite the challenges they face, the family is able to come together and enjoy the season.
The film is a great reminder of the importance of family, and how even when times are tough, they can still be there for each other. It’s a feel-good movie that will leave you feeling warm and fuzzy inside.
If you’re looking for a movie to get you into the Christmas spirit, then Christmas with the Campbells is definitely worth a watch.
5. Empire of Light (Dec. 9)
The Empire of Light is a powerful and moving film that tells the story of a young girl’s journey to find her place in the world. The film follows 12-year-old Lila (played by newcomer Maria-Victoria Dragus) as she moves from her small village in Romania to the big city of Bucharest to live with her father, who is a famous artist. Lila is immediately drawn to the city’s vibrant and chaotic energy, and she quickly befriends a group of street kids who show her the ropes.
As Lila begins to explore her new home, she also starts to discover more about her father and their relationship. The Empire of Light is a beautiful and poetic film that captures the joy and wonder of childhood, as well as the pain and confusion of growing up. It’s a must-see for anyone who loves coming-of-age stories.
6. The Whale (Dec. 9)
Many Brendan Fraser fans have anxiously awaited the release of this movie, as it is a bit of a comeback for the Journey to the Center of the Earth star.
Fraser plays Charlie, a gay Ohio literature professor who never leaves his dingy, cluttered apartment, and keeps his camera switched off during his Zoom lectures. It is revealed that he has been depressed since the suicide of his lover, several years ago. and he has kept eating to the point where he is morbidly obese.His loyal caregiver, Liz urges him to go to hospital, and a missionary from a local evangelical church is determined to save his soul. All Charlie cares about is talking to Ellie, the 17-year-old daughter he hasn’t seen since he left her and her mother eight years prior.
7. Avatar: The Way of Water (Dec. 16)
Avatar: The Way of Water is an excellent movie that everyone should see.
The story is about a young girl, Aang, who must master the elements in order to save the world from the Fire Nation. The movie is very well-made and the acting is superb.
This sequel is the long-awaited follow-up to the blockbuster Avatar movie from nearly two decades ago.
8. Spiderman: No Way Home (Dec. 17)
Spiderman: No Way Home is the latest movie in the Spiderman franchise, and it does not disappoint. The action is non-stop, the plot is thrilling, and the ending will leave you on the edge of your seat.
Tom Holland reprises his role as Peter Parker/Spiderman, and he does a fantastic job. The chemistry between Holland and his co-stars, Zendaya and Jacob Batalon, is electric. They have an easy rapport that makes their scenes together some of the best in the movie.
The villain, Mysterio, is played by Jake Gyllenhaal, and he is chilling. His performance is one of the highlights of the film. He brings a sense of menace and menace to the role that is truly terrifying.
Spiderman: No Way Home is a must-see for any fan of the franchise. It is a thrilling ride from start to finish.
9. The Matrix: Resurrections (Dec. 22)
The Matrix Resurrections is a gripping, heart-pounding thriller that will leave audiences on the edge of their seats.
The film follows the story of a group of rebels who are fighting against the machines that have taken over the world. They are led by a man named Neo, who is believed to be the one who can save humanity from the machines.
The action in the film is non-stop and the special effects are amazing. The acting is also top-notch, with Keanu Reeves giving an outstanding performance as Neo.
The Matrix Resurrections is an exciting, well-made film that is sure to please fans of the original Matrix trilogy.
10. The King’s Man (Dec. 22)
The King’s Man is a new action movie starring Ralph Fiennes as a dapper secret agent who must stop a madman from starting World War I. The movie is a prequel to the Kingsman series, and it is a fun, stylish romp that is sure to please fans of the franchise.
The King’s Man is a fun, stylish movie that is sure to please fans of the franchise. The movie is a prequel to the Kingsman series, and it is a fun, stylish romp that is sure to please fans of the franchise. The movie is a prequel to the Kingsman series, and it is a fun, stylish romp that is sure to please fans of the franchise.