Blog #TehTarik: Movies for December Holidays

It’s the year-end holidays and that also means there’s an interesting line-up of family-friendly movies at the cinemas. Most, if not all of us, are spending as much quality time with family over the month-long end of year school holidays so why not a trip to the cinema this weekend (and the next)?

What’s Currently Showing

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

Ryan Coogler, the movie’s director, who also co-wrote the script with Joe Robert Cole, faced the task of rewriting the script and changing the course of the popular franchise upon the untimely death of Chadwick Boseman in 2020. Boseman played the Black Panther/King T’Challa in the first movie.

The result? A box office hit lauded to be one of the best to come out from Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe while still paying a moving tribute to honor Chadwick Boseman and his character’s legacy as Black Panther.

Marvel’s Wakanda Forever premiered in Brunei cinemas in November, but the movie is still running through December.

Did you know?

Angela Bassett is nominated for the Best Supporting Actress category in the upcoming 95th Academy Awards. She played Queen Ramona, a grieving mother, a strong leader the Wakandans depend on as a world threat looms over their country, and at her core, a vulnerable person under attack. This is also the first Oscar nomination for an actor from an MCU movie.

Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile

A live-action and animation movie based on a children’s book of the same title, Lyle, the singing crocodile is sure to entertain kids and adults alike. It involves a lot of singing and dancing—who doesn’t love those?

Did you know?

Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile is Shawn Mendes’ feature film role debut. He stars as the protagonist, a saltwater crocodile named Lyle, who loves to sing in the shower (or anywhere, really), enjoys his bath time, and loves caviar.

He also wrote an original song called “Heartbeat” for the movie.

What’s Coming Soon

Puss in Boots: The Last Wish

In The Last Wish, our favorite orange tabby from the Shrekverse is down to his last life and sets out on a new adventure with his former partner slash nemesis, Kitty Softpaws, to find the mythical Last Wish to restore his nine lives.

See the latest installment of the Puss in Boots movie franchise in a cinema near you on December 22, 2022.

Did you know?

Goldilocks, a character voiced by Florence Pugh in the movie, has previously only appeared in video games for the “Shrek” franchise rather than any movies.

Avatar: The Way of Water

Set 15 years after the events of the first movie, Jake Sully and Natiri are living their lives as the new leaders of the Omaticaya tribe with their five children. When an old familiar threat re-appears, displaced from their homes, and flee to the Metkayina’s waterworld.

It’s been 13 years since the first Avatar movie. For those who have been waiting in anticipation, we are returning to Pandora on December 15, 2022.

Did you know?

  • Avatar: The Way of Water and Avatar 3 (title not yet disclosed) were filmed simultaneously and lasted for three years, concluding in September 2020.
  • The sequel was estimated to be made on a $350–400 million budget, making it one of the most expensive films of all time.
  • The Way of Water has a runtime of 3 hours and 12 minutes, which is 32 minutes longer than the first, which has a runtime of 2 hours and 40 minutes. Planned toilet breaks are needed for this one.
  • All the actors had to learn to free-dive and hold their breath so the crew could capture their performance underwater. Kate Winslet broke a record by holding her breath for seven minutes. She also performed all of the underwater stunts herself.

They all sound exciting to watch. Which one will you be watching at the cinema?

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