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Get stuck into Christmas favourites - then it's Jan 2022

Moonlight Cinema has come up with the goods for January 2022. You can start booking for the new year which has all the latest as well as some old-time favourites. But first, you still have a couple of weeks of Christmas classics to go through. Christmas movies are the fabric of traditions are they not? Get into the swing of Christmas movies and kick it off with films like Love Actually, The Holiday, The Grinch That Stole Christmas, Elf, Home Alone and Die Hard.

These films just never get old. It'll be fond family memories of the future when your kids say - every Christmas we always watched '....' Could you really go past all the joy of intersecting love stories in Love Actually, or all that love from Jude Law in The Holiday. The Grinch and Home Alone have to be favourites of the little ones, with Elf being one of Will Ferrell's finest as he tugs at the heartstrings. Last but not least, let's face it, some of us can watch Mister Yippee Ki Yay, a hundred times over. Get your Christmas Spirit on, and go get you some Christmas movies under the stars. Give 2021 a nod as you head into 2022.

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Amongst the films for the January 2022 program are much-awaited new films in the mix, so get excited. You can watch it in a leisurely and social setting out amongst nature with loved ones. Bring your own delicious picnic or support local business and buy what's available on the premises - the choice is yours. You could go all out and have the Tia Maria Platinum Experience for the ultimate Moonlight Cinema experience and sink into a premium double bean bed with an exclusive grazing box by QT hotels. It doesn't stop there. You'll receive delectable food and beverages served straight to your seats.

Next up, AAMI Gold Grass with prime view of the screen in an exclusive area, on a deluxe bean bed and waiter service. Perfect for the experience of a taste of luxury for your next movie night. Connoisseur Lounge anyone? Get an all exclusive designated area that gives you great screen views, a comfy bean bed, and most importantly, a decadent Connoisseur Gourmet Ice Cream to make your experience that much sweeter.

If you're a little tired of singing alone and want to shout out your hidden talent, Moonlight has you covered. Bring out those honey warm vocals and join Macca's Sing Together Sessions at Moonlight Cinema. Sing along to some of the most iconic movies of all times as you reminisce and embrace some of your fave soundtracks that feature Time of My Life from Dirty Dancing; The Greatest Show from The Greatest Showman; Shallow from A Star Is Born; Bohemian Rhapsody from Bohemian Rhapsody and Summer Nights from Grease Sing-Along. You'll find all the lyrics via the link given so you don't miss a beat!

For the lucky ones, remember Moonlight Cinema is accepting NSW Discover Vouchers. They make it so easy to Discover your favourite movie and latest releases at great value. It doesn't stop there. At the site you can also redeem your Dine vouchers on a range of delicious hot food and your favourite movie snacks.

For a night of adventure, action and epic stories under the stars, could you really go past films like No Time To Die, especially as it's Daniel Craig's last role as Bond. That's enough to make many cry on the inside. This time his mission is to rescue a kidnapped scientist, but it turns out to be far more treacherous than expected when the villain is armed with dangerous new technology. The much-awaited follow up - Venom: Let There Be Carnage; Marvel Studios' next big-screen blockbuster is set to be another thrilling ride, especially with the charismatic all-time great Woody Harrelson in the film.

Spider-Man: No Way Home - you best watch Spider-Man Far From Home first, if you don't remember the first film for a seamless continuation, which this film is, as the story continues. It would seem the same would apply for The Matrix Resurrections. You almost need to watch a marathon or Matrix films for continuity, before watching the long-awaited fourth film from visionary filmmaker Lana Wachowski. You could call it a groundbreaking franchise that defined a genre. This new film reunites its original stars in Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss in their iconic roles.

There are many other new films of note like the majestic Dune, this time with a family already in control of the desert planet Arrakis, which is the only source of the coveted spice melange. This leads to the story exploring themes of politics, religion, and man's relationship to nature as a rebellion is led to restore a family's control of Arrakis. Let's face it, could you really miss seeing some of the big screen greats and charming newcomers like Josh Brolin, Jason Momoa, Javier Bardem, Charlotte Rampling, Timothée Chalamet, Stellan Skarsgård and Zendaya to name a few?

Spencer is going to be an interesting one for Princess of Wales' Diana Spencer lovers as Kristen Stewart takes on the challenge of the role. The marriage has long since grown cold, and rumours of affairs and a divorce abound. Peace is ordained for the Christmas festivities at Sandringham Estate. There's going to be eating, drinking, shooting and hunting. Diana knows the game and this year, things will be a whole lot different. The brilliant Sally Hawkins is bound to add some weight to this hefty take on Diana.

Two other films of note has to be House of Gucci as Lady Gaga moves more towards being in films in her new career curve. But then, could you really say no to a Ridley Scott movie. This is the story of how Patrizia Reggiani, the ex-wife of Maurizio Gucci, plotted to kill her husband, the grandson of renowned fashion designer Guccio Gucci. Gaga stars alongside some Hollywood greats like Adam Driver, Jared Leto, Jack Huston, Jeremy Irons, Al Pacino and Salma Hayek.

Steven Spielberg's West Side Story is another that's much talked about and has advance screenings on 17-19 December 2021. It's an adaptation of the 1957 hit musical of the same name and explores forbidden love and the rivalry between the Sharks and the Jets, two teenage street gangs of different ethnic backgrounds. Get in quick and book your tickets today for this and all other loved and familiar old-time favourites for a movie experience where you're not cooped up in a darkened room. In Covid times, being outdoors seems to be the safer option. Check out the films and dates in your state and enjoy the Jan 2022 program.

Adelaide - Rymill Park/ Murlawirrapurka on lawns East of Colada Lakeside Kiosk. Enter Rymill Park from the central path on Bartels Rd to find the venue on your right.
Brisbane - The Amphitheatre, Roma Street Parkland. Within the park, enter via Foxtail or White Jacaranda Ave, opposite the Spectacle Garden.
Melbourne - Central Lawn at Melbourne Gardens (Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria). Enter the venue via Gate D on Birdwood Avenue (near the intersection of Domain Road) and follow the path to the Central Lawn.
Perth - May Drive Parkland in Kings Park and Botanic Garden. Enter from May Drive.
Sydney - Belvedere Amphitheatre, Centennial Park (on the corner of Carrington Dr and Broome Ave) Paddington. The nearest gates to the cinema are the Woollahra Gates on Oxford Street.
Western Sydney - The Amphitheatre, Lizard Log in Western Sydney Parklands.

Head into Australia's favourite outdoor cinema and make the experience completely yours.

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Why? Moonlight Cinema's January 2022 Program
When: 16 Dec 2021 to 31 Jan 2022
Where: Moonlight Cinema Australia wide
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