One of the reasons why we love Christmas parties is because of the movie premiere cascade that reach the screens, and Netflix is one of the platforms that will be filled with ideal news for the dates that are about to begin. If in the series format we are already looking forward to December 21 to see the third season of Emily in Paris, among others, as far as cinema is concerned there are lots of very interesting films, either for the christmas themed, either because they are perfect to watch with the little ones or because they are world premieres that are endorsed by critics. These are the ten movies that you cannot miss at Christmas.
santa’s diarya romantic comedy with a lot of snow and the protagonist of ‘This Is Us’
If there is a Christmas movie format that catches us, that is the romantic comedy full of snow and carols. If on top of that it stars Justin Hartley (Kevin in This Is Us), things cannot go better. santa’s diary Available from November 24, tells the story of a successful writer, played by Hartley, who meets a woman (Barrett Doss) in search of her biological mother. ORA mysterious journal contains the clues they need as the chemistry between them grows. Curiosity: Justin went to the premiere of the tape accompanied by his love in real life, Sofía Pernas.
pinocchiothe spectacular version of the tale by Guillermo del Toro
After the legendary Disney version, it was Guillermo del Toro who recovered Collodi’s tale and turned it into an animated film in stop motion. Pinocchio by Guillermo del Toro, that opens on December 9 arrives on the wrapped platform in excellent reviews, and it is perfect to watch with the little ones in the house. By the way, the original version has the voices, among others, of Tilda Swinton, Cate Blanchett, Ewan McGregor or Finn Wolfhard, the guy who gives life to Mike Wheeler in Stranger Things.
Scrooge: A Christmas Carola new Netflix-exclusive version of the Dickens classic
Speaking of voices, in this remake from the tale of Charles Dickens, who arrives tomorrow December 2 to Netflix, we found the one from Olivia Colman, who played Queen Elizabeth of England in The Crown. Anecdote aside, this animated version not only has a awesome aesthetic, but also the occasional wink that distances it from the orthodoxy of the classic, but that will delight young and old (yes, there are some other scare by the ghosts).
Daggers in the Back: The Mystery of the Glass Onion, the long-awaited sequel to detective Benoit Blanc
Enigmas typical of the best Agatha Christie, humor, the mystery surrounding a death to be solved and a luxury cast: these were the ingredients daggers in the back, one of the films that exalted Ana de Armas in Hollywood, and they are again the ones used for this second part, which arrives on December 23th to the platform. Kate Hudson, Edward Norton or Ethan Hawke are some of the actors who accompany Daniel Craig in his new adventure, this time in the mansion on a Greek island owned by a technological magnate (Norton).
slam Christmas, the return of lindsay lohan
After some time away from the spotlight, Lindsay Lohan has returned in style with slam Christmas, an exclusive Netflix romantic comedy that has been in the catalog since the November 10. The story centers on a rich, spoiled heiress who suffers a skiing accident and loses her memory. She ends up receiving the care of a widower (Chord Overstreet) and her daughter. A perfect cocktail to enjoy a love story with a Christmas backdrop.
Roald Dahl’s Matilda: The Musical the sing-and-dance version of a literary classic
Roald Dahl has supplied the cinema with numerous films thanks to his brilliant stories. One of them has been Matilda, the story of a girl with extraordinary intelligence willing to change her life. If we were already moved by the 1996 version, with Mara Wilson and Danny DeVito, this comes in a musical version, an adaptation of the Tony-winning play. Alisha Weir gives life to the protagonist, and in the cast we have none other than Emma Thompson. A luxury that arrives on Netflix on December 25th.
christmas with you: romantic comedy starring a 90s star
You may not remember but Freddie Prinze Jr. was a well-known actor in the 90s and the beginning of the 2000s. Mainly, for being the protagonist of the saga Scooby Doo and for marrying Sarah Michelle Gellar, the star of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. in romantic comedy Christmas with you which is on Netflix since November 17, He plays the father of a fan of a great pop artist, Angelina (Aimee Garcia), who decides to visit her fan to surprise her. An ideal film to fall in love and sing.
Background noise: black comedy starring Adam Driver
The December 30 arrives on the platform Background noise, a film that mixes genres but that essentially parodies the cinema of disasters, and that stars one of the most sought-after actors of the moment: Adam Driver. driver, what presented the film at the last Venice Festival, plays Jack, a college professor and father who looks faced with the consequences of an environmental accident that can end the lives of all.
The Claus family 2: a 100% Christmas movie for the little ones
Claus family 2 Available on Netflix from November 8th, is part of a trilogy in which the santa claus grandson You must replace your grandfather. This time he comes a request as special as complicated to fulfill. Perfect to see as a family with children.
Barcelona, winter night: love stories on Twelfth Night
Barcelona, winter night is a 2015 film, but it arrives today December 1st to Netflix and it is totally worth it. To sum it up a lot, it’s kind of love actually Spanish style, perfect for these dates and with a lot of well-known actors: Berto Romero, Miki Esparbé, Alexandra Jiménez Y the actor who has put himself in the shoes of Cristóbal Balenciaga, Alberto San Juan.