Santa Claus Came After All
Apart from the difficult circumstances in the country, everyone this season is on a date with a wide fan of festive-inspired films that are suitable for the whole family, perhaps introducing some joy and pleasure to the hearts. Here, we review the highlights of the work you can see both in the galleries and via Netflix. Between animation, comedy, love stories and excitement, the selected titles and themes begin with the story of Santa Claus, passing through the ice princess Lily and her dragon friend, and does not end with the polar fox Swifty and the Magic Academy.
In the third part of Norm from the North, an ancient Chinese artifact is stolen by an archaeologist named Dexter. With the help of his friends, the polar bear Norm has to embark on a major adventure to retrieve that piece for the benefit of the Chinese people. In Norm of the North: King Sized Adventure (written by Dan Stephan – directed by Tim Maltby and Richard Finn/ 90 D), fans of this series will follow a new adventure for the Son of the Arctic King. While those who have never seen the two previous parts will be able to identify this character who has developed the ability to speak to humans, which has led to her being ostracized by other animals except the wise bird Socrates and Elizabeth' bear. The video stars Alan Marriott, Cole Howard, Jonathan Holmes, Lisa Dorupt, Michael Dobson and Brian Dobson.
*Cinema City Cinemas (01/995195), Amp (1269), Grand Cinema (01/209109)
Bears In the Maze
Boonie Bears is a Chinese cartoon character, accompanied by young people on several adventures over the past years. Today, in Boonie Bears: Blast Into the Past, she takes us on a journey into the past, where Briar, Bramble and their friend Vic go on an occasional journey into the primitive ages. As these animals search for a return to the twenty-first century, they face all kinds of alien dangers and animals. The task of performing the votes was placed on The Task of The Performance of The Voices by Nikila Schwartz, Chris Buick, Siobohan Lumsden and Joseph S. Lambert, and others.
* Amp Lounges (1269)
After a 10-year success with the popular Fantasy Series "Game of Thrones" (HBO), British actress Emilia Clarke takes off the clothes of the dragon's mother, Daenerys Targaryen, to appear as a regular young woman named Kate in Last Christmas, directed by Paul. Weg. Combining drama and melodrama, the video tells the story of Kate, whose life can be shortened as a succession of endless bad decisions. The blonde boys are forced to accept work as a Santa Claus fairy in the Christmas season in a shop, and if she meets Tom, her life then takes a whole new direction. The list of heroes also includes Henry Goulding, Joachim Scarley, David Momini, Emma Thompson, Michelle Yeoh, and others.
* Fox Lounges (01/285582), Cinemol (04/444399), StarGate (08/813901)
The return of Elsa and Anna
Anna and Elsa with Christophe and Olaf make a new date with the audience in the second part of the film "Frozen". Away in the woods, the four friends go to find out a secret about an ancient mystery about their kingdom. What is it? That's what we'll find out in the video, signed by directors Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee. The actors who participated in the vocal performances of the characters are Kristen Bell, Edina Menzel and Stirling Kay. Brown, Jonathan Grove, and others.
*Grand Cinemas (01/209109), Amp (1269), Fox (01/285582)
The world is facing serious threats, and it has no choice but to rely on the famous spy Lance Sterling to protect him. Threats, in turn, rely on the extraordinary intelligence of the young scientist Walter Beckett to design great equipment to carry out his tasks.
When Beckett tries to present his latest bio dynamic concealment inventions, Stirling is mistakenly subjected to the inventor's experimental work and transformed into a dove. Now, he has to figure out how to save the world from a madman who is nothing but a weak bird!
Spies in Disguise (Camouflaged Spies – directed by Nick Bruno, Troy Coen/ starring Will Smith, Tom Holland and Rashida Jones...) is based to some extent on Lucas Martel's animated film Pigeon: Impossible in 2009.
* Grand Cinemas (01/209109), Amp (1269), Planet (01/292192), Cinema City (01/995195), Fox (01/285582), StarGate (08/813901), Cinema City (04/444399).
"Swifty"... A journey into the unknown
Swifty is a polar fox working in the Arctic Mail Delivery Service Room. But all of a sudden, his dreams of being a famous polar dog are all over him. To prove his eligibility for the role, Swifty secretly steals one of the sleds and proceeds to deliver a package to a mysterious location. So what's going to happen to this little animal? The answer in the cartoon Arctic Dogs, signed by director Aaron Woodley, was co-performed by actors Jeremy Renner, Angelica Houston, James Franco, Alec Baldwin and Laurie Holden...
*Vox Lounges (01/285582), Cinema City (01/995195), Grand Cinema (01/209109).
Dragon and Ice Princess
Coming from Germany, The Ice Princess Lilly lands in Lebanese cinemas to tell her cartoon-style story in Tabaluga (directed by Sven Unterwaldt Jr.). The Princess, who lives in Iceland, has a strong friendship with Tabaloga, the last dragon on earth, who grows in fertile Greenland. This is done while the dragon is searching for its fire, although the two peoples to which the two heroes belong are very suspicious of each other. But Tabaloga and Lilly find that prejudices are wrong.
* Grand Cinemas (01/209109), Amp (1269), Cinema City (01/995195), Fox (01/285582), StarGate (08/813901), Cinemol (04/444399).
Give Me Wings
Christian, a dreamer who studies wild geese. For his son, a video game-obsessed teenager, the idea of a holiday with his father in the wild is a nightmare. Father and son will meet, however, on a crazy project: saving endangered species. To begin an incredible and perilous journey. In the French film Donne-Moi des Ailes (Give Me Wings – starring: Jean-Paul Rove, Melanie Doughty, Louie Vasquez, Fred Saurel...) Director Nicolas Varnier offers a family-friendly cinematic meal, combining adventure, excitement and entertainment.
*Cinemol Lounges (04/444399), Grand Cinema (01/209109)
That's How He was Born... Santa Claus
We've always heard of Santa Claus, who comes on Christmas Eve with gifts for good children. But have we ever thought about how the story of the little ones's letters to this man with the white beard and red clothes, who moves with his magical elk-drawn sleigh, lives in the North Pole with his wife, Mrs. Claus, and some dwarves who make gifts for him? In its first original animation, Netflix tried to portray this story and present it in an engaging comedy format for young and old. Written and directed by Sergio Paplos, starring Jay-K Simmons and Jason Schwartzman (first released on November 15), Klaus (138 d.c.) tells the story of a selfish courier and an unarmed puppeteer whose relationship is an unexpected friendship. Netflix announced last week that Klaus had 30 million views worldwide in its first month of release, making it one of its most watched originals.
The Knight of Birth
Brooke is a woman who has lost hope in that legendary love that generates happiness, before she meets Cole, the 14th-century knight. This man was sent into the future by an "old man" to reach his destiny to become a true knight. After accidentally ramming her car just before Christmas, Brooke believes Cole suffers from amnesia, and his help is not yet recoverable. What she didn't realize, however, was that he was the knight with the shining shield and the white horse she had wished for all her life. This is, in short, the story of The Knight Before Christmas (written by Kara Jay Russell and directed by Monica Mitchell), which has been screened by Netflix since November 21, and is suitable for adults and young people over the age of 10.
Let It Snow
In films this time of year, Netflix began screening on November 8 of Let it Snow, based on a novel of the same title by Maureen Johnson, John Green and Lauren Merkel. In a small town on Christmas Eve, a blizzard brings together a group of high school students, affecting the friendships, love relationships and future of many of them. The video is for 13-year-olds, starring Isabella Munner, Shamek Moore and Kiernan Shepka.
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© 2019 Hafiz Muhammad Adnan