10 Unmissable Movies To Catch In The Cinema In Singapore This Month

Megan Zara Walsh Megan Zara Walsh - Staff Writer

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The movie and TV industry took a hard hit as a result of the pandemic. Hence why we feel that it’s important to support your local movie theatre and the global film industry by catching some blockbusters. During restrictions, cinemas have limited capacity and masks are compulsory. Therefore, you can feel safe as you exclusively engage in the best new cinema movies on earth. In no particular order, here are 10 of the best new flicks to catch at the cinema this month ahead.

1. Resident Evil: Welcome To Raccoon City

Expect an iconic cast from Kaya Scodelario, Hannah John-Kamen, Robbie Amell and more to bring another Resident Evil franchise movie to life. This particular movie focuses on a once popular Midwestern town, which is home to a creepy pharmaceutical company Umbrella Corporation. The company destroyed the town leaving behind a great evil. Consequently, a group of survivors work together to uncover the truth and fight for survival against zombies.

2. Dune

This sci-fi blockbuster stars award-winning Timothée Chalamet, Zendaya, Game Of Thrones alumni Jason Momoa, Rebecca Ferguson and more. Adapted from the Frank Herbert sci-fi novels, it is the first installation of an array of movies set to showcase the story. Part one, introduces the audience to the ideas, culture and diversity of this fictional futuristic world. It follows Paul Atreides (Timothée Chalamet), an unknowingly gifted young man, who travels with his family to the most dangerous planet in the universe. Though, evil forces are waiting to unleash hell on them. If you loved Lord Of The Rings, Star Wars, Harry Potter, and those alike, you will adore this as one of the best cinema movies right now.

3. Spider Man: No Way Home

On December 16, you can watch this highly anticipated movie on the big screen. In this movie, Spider-Man is unmasked and no longer able to hide his identity, meaning he cannot separate his normal life as Peter Parker (Tom Holland) from his life as a superhero. When Peter seeks help from Doctor Strange, the stakes get even more dangerous. Certainly, one of the best cinema movies to see this year.

4. No Time To Die

Finally, the 25th movie in the Bond series has hit screens. It was due to be released in early 2020 but the $300 million dollar production flick was pushed back as a result of COVID-19. Daniel Craig returns as James Bond, who is retired living a private life in Jamaica. After an old CIA friend turns up begging for help, Bond can’t resist, and goes on a mission to rescue an abducted scientist. On this mission, Bond comes face-to-face with a mysterious criminal, who has a new type of warfare. With an award-winning cast, from Rami Malek to Léa Seydoux, you won’t want to miss the last film in the Bond series.

5. Eternals

Marvel fans will love this surreal superhero flick by Marvel Studios. It tells the tale of a group of immortal beings, with superhuman powers, who have secretly lived on the planet for thousands of years. They must team up to battle the devilish Deviants to save the planet from evil. With a stellar cast, from Angelina Jolie, Kit Harington, Selma Hayek, Harry Styles, and more…you know it’s gonna be a good one. Certainly, one of the most iconic cinema movies to see this month.


6. Late Night In Soho

Watch this psychological horror flick starring New Zealand’s Thomasin McKenzie and Anya Taylor-Joy from The Queens Gambet. After moving to London, an aspiring fashion designer learns that she has the ability to see things from the 1960s. There, she learns about a beautiful wannabe singer called Sandie, who is murdered in cold blood. Soon after, the past and present become blurred, and things in the real world start to take a dark twist. Indeed, you’ll have nightmares about this cinema flick in Singapore.

7. Encanto

This musical animation movie by Disney tells the story of The Madrigals, an extraordinary family who live hidden in the mountains of Colombia. Their charming town called Encanto has blessed every child with a rare talent, except The Madrigals Mirabel. In the wake of her frustration, Mirabel learns that the magic around Encanto is in danger, and she may be the only one that can help. Definitely, it’s perfect for nostalgic-seeking adults, or parents wanting to take a child to the cinema.

8. Shang-Chi And The Legend Of The Ten Rings

Another fantastic Marvel movie that has taken over cinema screens near you. It is about a martial-arts master Shang-Chi, played by Simu Liu, who must confront his past after his father, who is the leader of a strange Ten Rings organisation, tries to force Shang-Chi and his sister to search for a mystical village. Viewers have praised the movies representation of Asian culture and performances from the cast. Indeed, this is an unmissable movie in the cinema in Singapore right now.

9. Clifford The Big Red Dog

Watch as bullied middle-schooler, Emily Elizabeth (Darby Camp), meets a magical animal rescuer, who gifts her with a rare red puppy. After an upsetting day at school, Emily cuddles with her little puppy, and wakes up to find the puppy has grown into a 10-foot dog beast in her tiny NYC apartment. While her mother is away for work, Emily and her impulsive uncle Casey (Jack Whitehall) venture out into the city with the abnormally large puppy. Indeed, the feel-good movie that will give you bellyaches of laughter.

10. Ghostbusters: Afterlife

This Sony Pictures fantasy flick was due to be released in 2020, but was rescheduled on account of the pandemic. A sequel to the past Ghostbusters movies, it follows a single mother who moves with her two children to a new town in Oklahoma. Soon after, they discover a connection between their grandfather and the original Ghostbusters, which sets the scenes to follow. Starring Paul Rudd, Finn Wolfhard, Mckenna Grace, and more…how could you possibly critique one of the best cinema movies this month?

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