Films to look forward to in January


January may be a dead month when it comes to movies, but that doesn’t mean there’s nothing to watch. With the Sundance Film Festival, there are some interesting films coming out. Here are a few of the ones we look forward to.

A hero (In theaters January 7; Prime Video January 21)

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Rahim (Amir Jadidi) is in prison because of a debt he was unable to repay. During a two-day leave, he tries to convince his creditor (Mohsen Tanabandeh) to withdraw his complaint against the payment of part of the sum. But things are not going as planned. Iranian official selection for best international feature film at the 94th Academy Awards.

See for me (In theaters January 7)

When former blind skier Sophie is seated in an isolated mansion, three thieves invade the hidden safe. Sophie’s only defense is Army veteran Kelly. Kelly helps Sophie defend herself against the invaders and survive.

Hotel Transylvania: Transformia (First video January 14)

Drac and his monster buddies are all transformed into humans, and Johnny (Andy Samberg) becomes a monster! In their new mismatched bodies, Drac, stripped of his powers, and an exuberant, monster-loving Johnny, must team up and travel the world for a cure before it’s too late and before they get together. drive mad.

Italian studies (In theaters and on VOD January 14)

From award-winning filmmaker Adam Leon, Italian studies is a lyrical film about dislocation, connection and the elusive nature of identity. While visiting New York City from her hometown of London, writer Alina Reynolds (Academy Award® nominee Vanessa Kirby) inexplicably loses her memory and suddenly breaks up and drifts through the streets of Manhattan with no sense of time or time. of the place – or even his own name.

Scream (In theaters January 14)

Twenty-five years after a series of brutal murders shocked the peaceful town of Woodsboro, a new killer donned the Ghostface mask and begins targeting a group of teenagers to resurrect the secrets of the town’s murderous past.

A line (In theaters January 21)

For Aline Dieu, nothing in the world matters more than music, family and love. Her powerful and moving voice captivates all who hear her, including successful manager Guy-Claude Kamar, who decides to do everything in his power to make her a star. As Aline goes from local phenomenon to successful recording artist to international superstar, she embarks on the two great romances of her life: one with decades-old Guy-Claude, and the other with his adored audience.

Puppet (VOD / Digital January 21)

After losing her husband in a seemingly random accident, child psychiatrist Marianne Winter begins her life in Scotland again. There, she begins to care for a 10-year-old boy who claims to control the future through his drawings. When her horrific sketches begin to come true, Marianne begins an obsession that will derail her life and reality.

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