Lights, camera, animation: the cinema is dedicated to children this week in Seixal
“Ghostbusters: O Legado”, “Cantar 2” and “Encanto” arrive at Cineplace at RioSul Shopping this Thursday, December 2.
As Christmas approaches, the excitement – in every way – is there. At the moment, the programs to do with friends or family are far from exhausted and especially for the little ones there is good news. Parents, you can now call the kids, because they can gather them all around the big screen. The reason: new productions have already arrived in cinemas, where animation and cartoons reign supreme.
Enveloped by the traditional magic of that time, the families of Seixal already know where to go when it comes to cinema: at the Cineplace of RioSul Shopping, in Fogueteiro. There, this Thursday, December 2, they are preparing to present another good dose of films. To save you the work, New in Seixal has rounded up the latest on the big screen in Seixal.
From last week’s poster, still on display “The Addams Family 2”, “Eternals” and “Irregular”. There are also new films for the whole family, but which are especially dedicated to children. “Ghostbusters: Legacy” and “sing 2are making their comeback at the cinema, after the success of previous productions. Also Disney is back with “Charm” and lots of magic.
Now indicate the films and exhibition times, which will be presented this week, at the Cineplace Cinema at RioSul Shopping.
Cineplace Cinema at RioSul Shopping
“Ghostbusters: Legacyis the final chapter of the “Ghostbusters” universe. This time, directed by Jason Reitman and produced by Ivan Reitman, it hits the big screen to show the story of a single mother who arrives with her two children in a new (and small) town. This new beginning will lead the children to discover their connection with the ghost hunters while being confronted with the secret legacy left by their grandfather. Sessions: every day at 4.10 p.m., 6.50 p.m., 9.30 p.m.
“sing 2returns to theaters filled with new music (and characters). After the events of the first film, this new production puts the koala Buster Moon and his comrades back in the spotlight. Together they plan to create a musical at the prestigious Crystal Tower Theater located in the town of Redshore. But they will have to convince producer Jimmy Crystal to listen to them. When they realize that they have little luck, they announce that in the troop is the lion Clay Calloway: a living legend of rock. But the challenge will be to convince him to come back on stage at the same time that they have to do the show. All this in just three weeks. Showtimes: every day at 4:20 p.m., 6:40 p.m. and 9:10 p.m.
“Charmby Jared Bush and Byron Howard. Disney returns to cinemas with this animation full of charm of course. The plot unfolds around the story of Maribel, a girl from the town of Encanto, who was born without the super strength and healing power that blesses all children in this place, located in the mountains of Colombia. When she discovers that her town’s magic is in peril, Mirabel may be the only one in common to save her family’s gifts: the Madrigals. Sessions: every day at 4:30 p.m., 7:00 p.m.
“The Addams Family 2” is back on the big screen for a new story. This time around, the plot revolves around Morticia and Gomez being completely devastated to watch their children grow up and become completely alienated from the family. To resolve the situation, the couple decides to organize one last family vacation aboard the haunted caravan. With a few encounters and shifts, will everything go well? The film is screened in Portuguese version on weekends at 1:10 p.m.
“Eternals”in Chloe Zhao, is another bet of Marvel Studios and, of course, in a new team of superheroes. In a duel against humanity’s oldest enemies, the Deviants, the last group of heroes have an uphill battle ahead. All, as always, to save the planet and the human species. With a deluxe cast, you can see it shine in this new North American production Gemma Chan, Richard Madden, Kumail Nanjiani, Lia McHugh, Salma Hayek, Harington pencil case, Brian Tyree Henry, Lauren Ridloff, Barry Keoghan and Don Lee. Showtimes: every day at 3:10 p.m., 6:15 p.m., 9:20 p.m.
“Irregular” presents itself as the most recent Portuguese production to reach national cinemas. Directed by Diogo Morgado, the film tells the story of Gabriel, a man who sees his life destroyed after the kidnapping of his daughter and, soon after, his wife. What makes the plot unprecedented is that in the place of these two precious people in his life are now another boy and another woman, whom he has never seen. Will he be able to find his family and find out what happened? Are part of the cast Pedro Teixeira, Carla Chambel, Maria Botelho Moniz, João de Carvalho, Julia Belard, Diogo Faria, Laura Barbosa, Margarida Serrano and Salvador Pires. Showtimes: every day at 9:40 p.m.