Paramount + It is a newer streaming site that was first launched on March 4, 2021. Since then, it has been trying to make its mark in the world of online streaming sites to join the ranks of the big powers like Netflix and Hulu. Doing so means adding new content every month and producing new original shows and movies that catch the attention of millions of viewers around the world. Such a task is easier said than done. However, January’s batch of movies is exciting and has something for everyone. While there won’t be many new movies (the best new content on Paramount+ in January is TV
If you like scary, you can pick up Paranormal activity The sequels, which drop on the site on the first of the month, like most of these releases. If you are a big fan of action movies, you will enjoy our selection of James Bond favorites such as Look to kill, tomorrow never dies, And the Rainfall, which all hit Paramount+ on the 15th. Or, if you’re looking for romances to get you in the mood for Valentine’s Day, you’ll enjoy classics like Shakespeare in Love, The Romantics, And the Prince and I which became available to stream on January 1st. Whatever your cravings, you’re sure to find the perfect movie in Paramount+’s January lineup.
Good Burger (January 1)
Welcome to Good Burger, the home of Good Burger. May I take your order?” Everyone’s favorite fast food cashier is here to take your order and serve delicious burgers at a millennial favourite, Good Burger. Join Ed (Kel Mitchell), a teen with a big heart and a lot to learn, and his co-worker Dexter Reed (Kenan Thompson) as they get into a fast-food duel with the new restaurant across the street, Mondo Burger. Will their secret sauce be enough to keep their burgers going? Find out in this cheesy, heartwarming comedy when it hits Paramount+ on January 1st.
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (January 1)
“If you work for a living, why kill yourself with work?” Leave it to a spaghetti western to give good life advice but here it is. Although its name refers to three types of people, The good, the bad and the ugly is actually only about two, “Those who carry loaded guns, and those who dig,” And the movie seems to be full of both genres. The western stars Clint Eastwood as “The Good,” a confident bounty hunter, Lee Van Cleef as “The Bad,” a ruthless mercenary, and Eli Wallach as “The Ugly,” a timid bandit. Watch what happens when all three come together in one epic shootout.
Grease (January 1)
“Go, greased lightning, you’re burning a quarter of a mile.” Get ready to sing and dance to one of the greatest musicals of all time. fat. What happens when sweet, good girl Sandy (Olivia Newton-John) falls in love with leather-covered bad boy Danny (John Travolta)? Naturally, the couple has a happy story and end up together, as is befitting of most romances.
This sexy musical features many cult favorites like “Summer Nights,” “You’re the One That I Want,” and “Grease.” Experience romance, friendships, and adventures as a group of students live life to the fullest in the 1950s, and enjoy the great Olivia Newton-John, who passed away this year.
The Brady Bunch Movie (January 9)
if you think Brady Bunch He was goofy and out of place in the 70’s, then things get about crazy when the gang live their wonderful lives in the 90’s. Things don’t look very good for the Bradys when their house is in danger of being taken over by a greedy real estate developer. So, the six kids decide to take matters into their own hands and enter the talent competition. The Brady Bunch movie It’s part homage, part irony, and all parts nostalgia.
The Pink Panther Movies (January 15)
Is Inspector Jacques Clouzot (Peter Sellers) a stunning idiot or a complete genius? It’s hard to say Pink panther Movies, it seems he may not even know himself. Relive the classic movie that started it all Pink panther. will Will Inspector Clouseau be able to track down the famous missing jewel known as the “Pink Panther?” Sure, but he’ll probably find the gem in his pocket in the most inconvenient of places. After you finish this classic, have fun Return of the Pink Panther (1975) and The Pink Panther Strikes one more time (1976) when the three films become available for streaming on January 15.
Rocky Movies (January 15)
With eight films already in the franchise (including creed movies) and a ninth is coming in 2023, it appears rocky The series does not plan to stop anytime soon. You’ll be able to immerse yourself in the original series when the first six movies come out, rocky Through rocky Balboa, Dropping on Paramount+ on January 15th. Relive the series that put Sylvester Stallone front and center and cemented him as a household name as he starred in one of the greatest sports series of all time. “Life isn’t about how hard you can strike, it’s about how many strikes you can take and still keep moving forward.”
Hercules (2014) (January 21)
Go back to ancient times when Zeus ruled the sky and the gods walked among men. Among the many children Zeus fathered, one of the most famous was Hercules, half-god, half-human with superhuman strength. The live 2014 version of Hercules It stars action hero Dwayne Johnson as the main character, a demigod haunted by his tragic past, the death of his wife and children. However, the hero must find within himself if he hopes to stop an evil warlord. Hercules It is a fun fantasy adventure movie that doesn’t take itself too seriously.
Teen Wolf: The Movie (January 26)
Cast of American Supernatural Teen Wolf The series is back for its scariest adventure yet, and January’s only original Paramount+ movie. in a Teen Wolf: The MovieAnd the A new evil has appeared in full force and is out for blood. Werewolf Scott McCall (Tyler Posey) must gather his trusted friends and forge new alliances if he hopes to defeat the terrifying evil on his doorstep. The trailer promises action, fight sequences, and plenty of romance, everything the series is known for. Watch the world premiere of a movie Teen Wolf: The Movie When it becomes available to stream starting January 26th.
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