10 Movies You Need To See Before The Year Ends

Heartwarming tales, a great American epic and more

It’s that time of the month again—movie roundup time! As longer breaks come upon us, you might want to plan ahead and take note of which titles to catch. From a superhero blockbuster to heartwarming tales and a classic American epic, the choices are aplenty. We list down 10 must-sees you might want to add to your watch list.

Justice League

Through Superman’s selfless act, Bruce Wayne’s faith in humanity is restored. This time, he enlists the help of Diana Prince and recruits a team of superheroes to face an even bigger threat. Can Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and the Flash save the world? We sure hope so.

In theaters now.


This one’s for the young and the young at heart: Coco. The animated movie follows the story of young Miguel who dreams of becoming a musician despite his family’s ban on music. To prove his talent, he embarks on a journey to the colorful Land of the Dead and unlocks the story behind his family’s history.

In theaters November 22.


At 28, Robin Cavendish is afflicted with polio and given only months to live. But with the groundbreaking ideas of inventor Teddy Hall and the support of his wife and twin brothers, Cavendish is able to conquer the disease. Breathe is sure to tug on the heartstrings.

In theaters November 22.


Suburbicon is the place to live in—peaceful, affordable and comes with manicured lawns. It seems like the perfect place to raise a family until the town’s dark underbelly of betrayal, deceit and violence is revealed. Navigate through the disturbingly picture-perfect Subirbicon with the Lodge family.

In theaters November 22.

Murder At The Orient Express

A murder happens aboard the Orient Express and only the world’s greatest detective—Hercule Poirot—may be able to solve it. But can he do so before the killer strikes again? Based on a detective novel by the great Agatha Christie, this one’s not to be missed!

In theaters November 29.


You’ve read the book, cried your eyes out and talked about it amongst friends. Now, you can watch the New York Times bestseller come to life and meet the different but inspiring August Pullman as he enters fifth grade for the very first time.

In theaters November 29.

Battle of The Sexes

1973. Tennis. Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs. Rediscover the stories of these iconic sports stars as they battle each other on court and struggle with the complexities of life.

In theaters December 6.

The Disaster Artist

Two unlikely individuals become friends in acting class. Together they make a critically maligned movie that unexpectedly becomes a cult classic.

Disaster Artist is based on Greg Sestero and Tom Bissell’s non-fiction book of the same name, and chronicles the making of cult film The Room by Tommy Wiseau. Need other reasons to see it? James and Dave Franco.

In theaters December 6.

Ready Player One

In 2045, there’s no place else to go but the OASIS—a virtual reality universe. When its creator dies, he promises great fortune to the first person to find a digital Easter egg hidden somewhere in this universe. Join Wade Watts, the movie’s unlikely hero, for an adventure unlike any other in Ready One Player.

In theaters December 13.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi

As the Resistance prepares to do battle with the First Order, Rey discovers and develops her abilities with the guidance of none other than Luke Skywalker. Find the strength within through this great American epic.

In theaters December 13.

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Alex Lara

is a creative that loves to tell stories through art direction and curating images that capture, inspire and excite whoever sees them.

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