Hollywood blockbuster movies definitely made a lot of empty pockets from the audience after an awesome lists of films released over the past few months. But before this year ends, we still have a couple of movies that we should definitely look forward watching in theaters pretty soon, better start saving for the tickets. So let’s mark those calendars because here are the top 10 must-see movies left for 2016:
1. ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY
Well, what’s not to get excited about in this upcoming movie? It’s Star Wars people!
Sitting somewhere between Revenge Of the Sith and A New Hope on the Star Wars timeline, spin-off Rogue One follows a ragtag band of rebel fighters — with the anti-authoritarian Jyn Erso (Jones) leading the way — who unite to steal the plans for the Death Star.
Release date: December 15, 2016
2. A MONSTER CALLS
Conor is losing his mum to cancer. He barely knows the grandmother (Weaver) he’s sent to live with, his dad’s not around and he’s being bullied at school. His unlikely saviour is a monster (a motion capture performance by Liam Neeson) in the form a giant yew tree who emerges from the garden one night declaring he’ll tell Conor three stories. When he’s done, Conor must tell a story of his own.
Release date: December 1, 2016
3. DOCTOR STRANGE
Marvel fans, here’s a good movie for a change (aside from seeing Iron Man and Captain America that is). Doctor Strange is here!
After a car accident, a surgeon loses his ability to operate, but gains insight into hidden dimensions. Training with The Ancient One (Swinton in monk mode), he becomes a sorcerer tasked with protecting the world from an aberrant mystic
Release date: October 27, 2016
And for extraterrestrial fans out there, here’s an interesting movie you don’t want to miss:
After giant, shell-shaped UFOs land across the globe, linguistics expert Dr Banks is recruited by the army to attempt to communicate with the alien beings on board. When the creatures take mankind’s actions as a declaration of war, the Doc makes a highly inadvisable last-ditch effort to talk to them.
Release date: November 10, 2016
5. FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM
Set 70 years before Potter, Fantastic Beasts centres on Redmayne’s Newt Scamander, a favoured student of Dumbledore. Cast out of Hogwarts, the magizoologist travels to 1926 New York. What is only meant to be a stopover is disrupted when some of Newt’s creatures are accidentally freed from his magical suitcase and he catches wind of a tense anti-wizarding movement in the United States.
Release date: November 17, 2016
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