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The films of the Holidays in the hall, from the sequel to Avatar to Spielberg

Christmas movies arrive between the end of November and the beginning of December. The real revival of cinemas passes from here. Among the most anticipated feature films are science fiction Avatars, The water way from James Cameronthe autobiographical The Fabelmans from Steven Spielberg, Strange World – A mysterious world of the Disney And Pinocchio from Guillermo del Toro. In our country the films of sure appeal are Bones And All from Luca Guadagnino with Thimotee Chalamet arrives November 23, multi-award-winning in Venice, with Timothée Chalamet and Taylor Russell, about two young cannibals in 1980s America. The big day from Massimo Venierwith Aldo and Giovanni and Giacomo.

Meanwhile, it has just debuted The Christmas Showcomedy of Alberto Ferrariwith Raoul Bova, Serena Autieri,

From December 23, in theaters for just one week, it comes out Glass Onion – Knives Out from Rian Johnsonsecond chapter of the comedy-mystery saga with Daniel Craig, Ethan Hawk, Kathryn Hahn and Edward Norton. Disney’s animated Christmas film also makes its debut, Strange WorldA mysterious world from Don Hallco-directed by Here Nguyen. There is the return of Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne with Tori and Lokita (November 24) about the friendship between a teenage girl and a boy who fled Africa and the thriller Pokerface directed by Russell Crowe, also in the role of Jake, billionaire gambler.

On December 1st, there is, among others Forever Young, the dramedy by Valeria Bruni Tedeschi with Louis Garrel and Nadia Tereszkiewicz, a portrait of three boys in the late 1980s. It always comes out on December 1st monica from Andrea Pallaoro, about a young transgender girl (Trace Lysette) who returns home after many years to care for her sick mother (Patricia Clarkson). With Family reunion – Don’t marry my daughters 3 by Philippe de Chauveron, the multi-ethnic family of Claude and Marie (Christian Clavier and Chantal Lauby) returns.

Viola Davis is the African Nanisca, indomitable leader of the Agojie, warriors who in the 19th century defended the Dahomey people from the fearsome Oyo Empire, in The Woman King by Gina Prince Bythewood.

A Santa Claus very sui generis (David Harbour) faces a team of criminals in the Christmas thriller A violent and silent night by Tommy Wirkola. Two couples, composed by Claudio Bisio with Vittoria Puccini and Vinicio Marchioni with Valentina Lodovini they meet and compare in Neighbors from Paul Costella. Guillermo Del Toro has recreated in stop motion the tale of Pinocchio, arriving on December 4 in theaters and from 9 on Netflix. Since December 7 there is the original portrait of Saint Clare (Margaret Mazzucco) signed by Susanna Nicchiarelli in Clear. A cinematic icon like Princess Sissi (Vicky Krieps) returns to the irreverent The Corset of the Empress by Marie Kreutzer. Antonio Banderas once again gives voice to the feline fairytale character in Puss in Boots 2: The Last Wish by Joel Crawford and Januel Mercado.

December 14th will be the turn of Avatar, The Water Way by Cameron, first of the sequels of his science fiction masterpiece released in 2009 and became most successful ever. Among others, Z was castoe Saldana, Sam Worthington, Sigourney Weaver and Kate Winslet. Adrian (Pierre Niney), a young former dancer stages a big scam with the criminal Margot (Marine Vacth) in Masquerade – Thieves of love by Nicolas Bedos (December 21). With the animated Ernest and Celestine – The Adventure of the 7 Notes from Jean-Christophe Roger and Julien Chheng the bear and the mouse born from the palette of the Belgian painter Gabrielle Vincent are back. Steven Spielberg signs the most autobiographical film of him (already given among the eligible candidates for the Oscars) with The Fabelmans, inspired by his childhood and adolescence as an aspiring director full of dreams in a family always on the go. In the cast Gabriel LaBelle, Michelle Williams and Paul Dano.

Always on the 22nd comes Whitney: A rumor that has become legendthe directed film by Kasi Lemmons about the life and career of Whitney Houstonplayed by Naomi Ackie. Aldo Giovanni and Giacomo are disturbing elements in a family marriage in The big day by Massimo Venier. Coming to 2023, New Years is comedy Three too many with Fabio De Luigi, director and protagonist alongside Virginia Raphaelfor a proudly childless couple, who suddenly find their home invaded by three children.

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