“You may think you know the narrative, but you don’t.” The holidays are quickly approaching!! Netflix has released a short 90-second promo video that plays like a TV commercial in honor of the 2022 holiday season.
They are concentrating on their four major films for this season, as well as events and pop-ups in Los Angeles. According to Netflix: “This holiday season, amazement is only available on Netflix. Enola Holmes 2 starring Millie Bobby Brown, Slumberland starring Jason Momoa, Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio a wonderful stop-motion adventure, Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical, and many more will make every night a family movie night.”
“Netflix will be spreading holiday pleasure this season with a varied selection of films and shows that the whole family can enjoy, as well as a variety of interactive holiday events and experiences for fans to engage with their favorite titles,” the company says. I’m not sure these are the four best holiday movies, but they’re entertaining for the whole family. Enjoy.
Here’s the “Wonder is Everywhere” Netflix advertising video for their Holiday 2022 releases.
“Wonder is Everywhere on Netflix This Holiday Season.” According to Tudum: “The holidays are upon us. Some say it’s the finest time of year because there’s family, friends, food, fun, and plenty of extra time to snuggle up and watch your favorite movies and series.
Of course, the holidays are also about finding a sense of balance. You absolutely want to take some time to unwind, but you also want to ensure that you get enough holiday cheer (not to mention plenty of time to shop). If you enjoy a little Christmas magic around every corner, Netflix has you covered, beginning with a Slumberland-inspired float in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Then it’s on to December, which offers a slew of wonderful holiday events to look forward to. This is your guide to things Netflix and holiday chill, from in-store shopping activities and movie screenings to family-friendly photo opportunities and a jam-packed slate of new releases.” You can also see trailers for the following films: Enola Holmes 2, Slumberland, Pinocchio, and Matilda the Musical. Which ones stand out?