Once again, in soydecine.com we want to review the children’s premieres of January 2023 most expected. And it is that with a 2023 full of children’s premieres to considerwe have to start the year talking to you about some very interesting family proposals.
Children’s releases of January 2023: movies in theaters
We start our list of children’s premieres of January 2023 with movies coming to theaters. And it is that, although it is true that in soydecine.com We have already told you about the most anticipated releases of the month, in this article we want to specify some that are also valid for the Children public.
Zoe and Tempest: January 4
Born and raised among horses, Zoe leads a happy life fueled by the dream of one day becoming a jockey like her father. Zoe’s favorite horse gives birth to a foal they name “Tempest.” She will be the first to see in him the champion that her family has always been waiting for but an accident will leave her with serious consequences and only her tenacity and her love for “Tempest” will make her recover from it.
The amazing Mauritius: January 20
Inspired by the Brothers Grimm tale The Pied Piper of Hamelin, this funny and irreverent yet dark and subversive animated film is based on one of Sir Terry Pratchett’s most popular novels, which has sold more than 100 million books. around the world. One of the screenwriters with the most successful films in the world box office of all time, Oscar nominee Terry Rosio, whose credits include titles like Shrek, Aladdin and Pirates of the Caribbean, signs the film script. For his part, Carter Goodrich (Ratatouille; The Croods; Brave; How to Train Your Dragon; Coco; Despicable Me) has designed his charismatic characters. A very interesting family proposal among the various premieres of January 2023.
Children’s releases of December 2022: movies on streaming platforms
We continue talking about children’s movies of January 2023 on streaming platforms. And it is that, thanks to these services, the little ones can enjoy an infinite number of proposals without the need to leave home.
Jurassic World: Dominion: January 13 on Movistar plus
Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard -stars of the ‘Jurassic World’ trilogy launched in 2015 by Colin Trevorrow- and Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum and Sam Neill, -of Steven Spielberg’s original trilogy- unite in this epic denouement of one of the most successful film sagas of all time. Trevorrow, who returns to directing the franchise after handing over the baton to JA Bayona in ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’, explains that with this latest installment “we not only end the story that began in 2015 with ‘Jurassic World’, we also ends the story that was born in 1993 with ‘Jurassic Park’… and to tell it we needed to bring together all the characters in the saga”.
Based on the novels by Michael Crichton, the franchise comes to an end in an adventure more fast-paced and terrifying than ever, with the dinosaurs roaming free across the world after the destruction of Isla Nublar (the place where they had been confined for decades) and the irruption of a new biotech company that has managed to get the United States to grant it exclusive rights to protect dinosaurs.
As the writer and director of ‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ explains, “the film shows that we must respect the power of nature and that, if we don’t, we will become extinct like the dinosaurs”. Probably the most outstanding blockbuster of the Movistar releases of January 2023.
Jurassic World: Dominion review
godzilla vs. Kong: January 21 on HBO Max
Godzilla and Kong, two of the most powerful forces on a planet inhabited by all manner of terrifying creatures, clash in a spectacular combat that shakes the very foundations of humanity. Kong and his protectors will embark on a dangerous journey to find their true home. With them is Jia, a young orphan with whom the giant has a unique and powerful bond. On the way they unexpectedly cross paths with an enraged Godzilla who is causing destruction in his path through the world. The epic clash between the two titans – brought about by unseen forces – is just the beginning of the mystery that lurks deep within the Earth’s core.
Lockwood Agency: January 27 on Netflix
In a world plagued by ghosts, gigantic corporations employ psychic teenagers to combat supernatural threats. There’s only one company that runs without adult supervision: The Lockwood Agency, staffed by Anthony Lockwood, a rebellious young entrepreneur haunted by an enigmatic past; his genial if eccentric partner George; and the most recent addition, Lucy, a girl endowed with extraordinary powers. This trio of renegades is about to unravel a terrifying mystery that will change the course of history.
Children’s premieres of December 2022: online series
If we talk about the children’s premieres of January 2023, we cannot forget the online series that reach the different streaming platforms.
Star Wars: The Bad Consignment, Season 2: January 4 on Disney Plus
Months have passed since the events of Kamino and the Bad Shipment continues its journey sailing through the Empire after the fall of the Republic. Along the way, they will meet friends and enemies, both new and familiar, as they undertake a series of exciting missions as mercenaries that take them to unexpected and dangerous places.
Koala Man: January 9 on Disney plus
Koala Man follows Kevin, a middle-aged father and not-so-secret identity whose only superpower is a burning passion to follow the rules and take down petty crime in the town of Dapto. Although it may seem like any ordinary Australian suburb, the forces of evil, both cosmic and artificial, are waiting to pounce on the unsuspecting inhabitants of Dapto. Koala Man, in his quest to clean up his hometown, and often involving his frustrated family in his adventures, is ready to act. He’ll do whatever it takes to defeat the villains, the supernatural horrors, or worse, the jerks who don’t put the trash cans down on the right days.
Welcome to a world where everyone is given a superpower at the age of 18. Everyone except Jen, who at 25 feels like she’s behind her. Luckily, her roommates—Carrie, Kash, and a mysterious alley cat—help keep her from falling into a pit of self-pity. Adrift in a difficult world and armed with just a little bit of hope and a whole lot of despair, Jen sets out to find her own superpower. But in the meantime, she might discover the joy of being halfway well.
With this we conclude our recommendation for children’s releases in January 2023. As always, remember that in our premiere section you can consult all the movies hitting theaters in january. We also invite you to discover the premieres on platforms such as disneyplus, Netflix, Movistar plus+, AppleTV+, HBO Max, Prime Video either filming. In addition, we encourage you to take a look at what’s new in blu-ray and dvd releases for january 2022.