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Best movies and TV shows on Disney+ and Paramount+ for 3-4 December 2022

Best movies and TV shows on Disney+ and Paramount+ for 3-4  December 2022

This month, Paramount+ added many classic films to its library, and Disney+ released a brand new animated film based on one of its popular franchises.

Paramount+ added a number of classic films to its library this month, including Ace Ventura series, The breakfast club and Expenditure franchise. Families and friends can come together for a fun clock party and relive the classics. In addition, Disney+ is adding a new animated adaptation of one of its more popular franchises, Diary of a Wimpy Kid. The film series shows its target audience that it’s okay to be afraid and that their confidence can come from more than their physical strength.

Ace Ventura: Pet Detective and sequel were added to Paramount+ on December 1st

Jim Carry as Ace Ventura

Ace Ventura: Pet Detective was released in 1994 and starred Jim Carrey as an animal detective on the case to find an abducted dolphin mascot from the Miami Dolphins football team. The film is considered a cult classic, especially among adults who grew up watching the film. It has slapstick comedy elements and some unforgettable scenes. The sequel, Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls (1995), was released the same year as an animated series of the same name. When nature calls made a name for himself, with hilarious moments including the iconic rhinoceros birth scene.

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Paramount+ added the Breakfast Club on December 1st

The Breakfast Club cast

The breakfast club was released in 1985 and featured a group of teenagers sentenced to Saturday detention. Each student’s personality was significantly different, creating necessary conflict for the story. Boredom forces the five students to criticize and open up to each other, creating a temporary but powerful connection between them. The hours spent locked in the room make them reconsider their place in society and how they are not as different as they once thought. The film is considered one of John Hughes’ most memorable and recognizable works.

Paramount+ added Forgetting Sarah Marshall on December 1st

Forget Sarah Marshall Cast.

In 2008, Jason Segal wrote and starred in Forgot Sarah Marshall. The film featured Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell and Russell Brand as his co-stars in a story about a man who tries to escape heartbreak by going on vacation. In a nightmarish twist, he runs into his ex-girlfriend and her new boyfriend at the resort. However, he makes an unlikely connection with the front desk, which saves him from himself. The film elicits genuine laughter from the audience and serves as a fun romantic comedy for a date or girls’ night out.

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Paramount+ added The Expendables 1-3 on December 1st

Barney leads his team in The Expendables

Expenditure gained popularity by showing off incredible stunts and using weaponry and might to defeat his enemies. The franchise features some of the most popular action stars in the industry, including Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham and Jet Li. Paramount+ added the first three films to its library this month, and Expenses 4 will be released in 2023, adding to the franchise for the first time in nine years. In preparation for the new film, fans may want to brush up on previous installments.

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules premieres on Disney+ on December 2

diary of a tough boy rodrick rules

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules is an animated adaptation of the 2011 film of the same name. This film will be the sixth installment of the beloved children’s series. Each story featured elements from the comic book series it was based on, written by Jeff Kinney. The premise features a sixth grader named Greg Heffley who longs to feel accepted by his classmates. The live-action film included an unrequited crush, a new friend and embarrassing situations for the main character. Each film gives the main character an opportunity to prove that he’s not as badass as he once thought.

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