‘Ghostbusters: Beyond’, ‘The Perfect Family’, ‘It Was God’s Hand’, ‘Clifford, The Big Red Dog’, ‘Love In Its Place’ and ‘The Matrix’ Stand Out Among The Movie Premieres Of The End of week

The billboard receives titles for the whole family, award-winning films and a much-anticipated re-release.

The arrival of December also marks the beginning of the Christmas season. Some dates in which one of the infallible plans is to enjoy a good movie session. The national billboard continues to receive interesting news that will delight young and old. News like Ghostbusters: Beyond, the third installment in the saga that Ivan Reitman started in the mid-80s. A movie for the whole family, with Paul Rudd and Finn Wolfhard as the main characters.

Another title to enjoy with the family is Clifford: The Big Red Dog, the live action comedy inspired by the homonymous saga of children’s stories. In addition, you will be able to see on the big screen The perfect family, Love in its place, It was from the hand of God and The Matrix.

Then see movies hitting theaters this weekend:

‘Fandomhunter: Beyond’

Three decades after Ghostbusters II, the franchise returns to theaters with its third installment, Ghostbusters: Beyond. Directed and written by Jason Reitman, son of Ivan Reitman -director of the two original films-, the film features Paul Rudd and the young star of Stranger Things, Finn Wolfhard. The story follows Callie, a single mother who moves to the farm her grandfather has inherited, with her two children Trevor and Phoebe. Soon they begin to discover secrets from their family’s past, which they will bring to the attention of the seismologist Mr. Grooberson, who has arrived in the small town, to investigate a series of earthquakes that have occurred in recent days. Their investigations lead them to an ancient ghostbusting machine, like the one used by the quartet of Venkman, Stantz, Winston, and Spengler to trap specters in the 1980s.

Ghostbusters: Beyond A nostalgic sequel at the height of the original

‘The perfect family’

Belén Rueda and José Coronado are the protagonists of The perfect family, the comedy directed by Arantxa Echevarría. The story introduces us to Lucía, a woman who since she was a mother has been determined to make her family perfect. His way of seeing life is threatened when his son’s girlfriend, Sara, appears on the scene, a young woman with no hairs on the tongue, with a family totally opposed to Lucía’s. If you want to avoid confrontations with your son, you will have no choice but to accept your new in-laws.

‘Love in its place’

The new feature film as director of Rodrigo Cortés, Love instead, is another of the novelties that you can find on the billboard from Friday, December 3. The two-Goya-nominated drama is inspired by the play Miłość szuka mieszkania (Love is looking for an apartment) by Jerzy Jurandot, which was performed in a Warsaw theater in 1942. Set in World War II, it tells the story of a group of Jewish actors, who try to forget the harsh reality on stage.

‘Love in its place’: Rodrigo Cortés and theater as a palliative of life in the Warsaw ghetto

‘Clifford, the big red dog’

Clifford the big red dog is another of the perfect titles to see this weekend with the family. Inspired by Norman Bridwell’s saga of children’s stories, the film tells the story of Emily, a teenage girl tired of her new school, her new classmates and her new home. His world seems to turn magical when a little red puppy sneaks into his backpack. Her love for him is so great that the next morning Clifford, as she has decided to call him, has become a huge dog. Together with her uncle, Emily will have to protect her pet from the clutches of a businessman who wants to do business with this adorable creature.

‘It was the hand of God’

It was the hand of God is another of the films that hits theaters this weekend. Directed by Paolo Sorrentino, who won the Silver Lion at the last Venice Film Festival, the film is an autobiographical portrait of one of the most tragic passages in the director’s life. The arrival of the Argentine footballer Diego Armando Maradona in Naples made the 16-year-old Sorrentino decide to stay in his city instead of going out as usual, on an excursion with his parents. An excursion to the mountains in which both of his parents sadly died.


The mythical science fiction film, Matrix returns to the big screen to celebrate its 20th anniversary. Directed by Lana and Lilly Wachowski, the film follows Neo (Keanu Reeves), a computer hacker who works at a computer company during the day and hacks into large corporate databases at night. His world is turned upside down when Trinity, a famous hacker who wants to introduce him to one of the leaders of that world, crosses his path. Now Neo, must decide whether to join them or continue with the life he had until now.

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The comedy Six ordinary days; the animation drama Brat Boy; the dramatic thrillers Black Box and Viper’s Nest; the musical Let’s have the party in peace; the animation film The Seasons Fairy, and the documentaries Aita Mari and Sin Limit are other cinematographic novelties that will be released this weekend in Spanish cinemas.

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