10 Must-See Movies This December

Exciting MMFF entries, a new Star Wars, and more!

 

(SPOT.ph) Can you believe we're nearing the end of another year? Bid 2016 goodbye with an all new roster of films to catch this month. From exciting MMFF entries to a promising Star Wars spin-off, here are the 10 films you can't miss this December.

 

 

Underworld: Blood Wars

Release date: December 2

Kate Beckinsale reprises her role as Selene in a new Underworld installment. The stakes are even higher as she must stop the eternal war between Lycans and Vampires, even if it means losing her own life.

 

 

Office Christmas Party

Release date: December 7

When an uptight CEO (Jennifer Aniston) threatens to shut down her carefree brother's branch (TJ Miller), he decides to throw an epic office Christmas party to impress a potential client. Naturally, things go (hilariously) awry.

 

 

Magic Temple

Release date: December 7

Prepare to be transported back to your childhood! ABS-CBN has restored this beloved '90s classic directed by Peque Gallaga and written by Gallaga, Lore Reyes, and Erik Matti. The film will be screened exclusively at Power Plant Mall Cinema 1.

 

 

Your Lie in April

Release date: December 7

The best-selling romantic manga is getting a live-action adaptation! The film is a coming-of-age story centering around music, particularly a musical prodigy who is drawn to a talented violinist with a secret.

 

 

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Release date: December 15

The Star Wars universe is back with an all-new prequel that will have fans of all ages excited. A group of unlikely heroes band together to in an epic mission to steal the Death Star. Directed by Gareth Edwards, the all-star cast includes Felicity Jones, Diego Luna, Mads Mikkelsen, Forest Whitaker, and Ben Mendelsohn.

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Seklusyon

Release date: December 25

Set in the '40s, this gripping horror revolves around a group of young deacons who are sent to a secluded sanctuary for seven days before they are ordained as priests. Little do they know that this would be the last time the church will uphold the tradition.

 

 

Die Beautiful

Release date: December 25

This comedy-drama stars Paolo Ballesteros in his Best Actor-winning role as Trisha, a transgender woman who competes in beauty contests. Her only wish before she passes away? To die beautiful. The film also stars Luis Alandy, Gladys Reyes, Albie Casino, and Inah de Belen.

 

 

Ang Babae Sa Septic Tank 2: Forever Is Not Enough

Release date: December 25

Eugene Domingo, Kean Cipriano, and Cai Cortez reprise their roles in this highly awaited sequel to the 2011 comedy. Based on the trailer, the film within a film will definitely up the craziness and laughs that made the original such a hit with audiences.

 

 

Oro

Release date: December 25

Directed by Alvin YapanOro is a crime thriller about Ethan (Joem Bascon), a small-scale gold miner whose relationship with Linda (Mercedes Cabral) is filled with secrets. Meanwhile, the life of the local mining community is disrupted with the arrival of an armed group masquerading as environmentalists.

 

 

Kabisera

Release date: December 25

The film revolves around a seemingly perfect family led by Nora Aunor's character. When her husband's (Ricky Davao) dark and murderous past is revealed, she must find a way to keep her family intact. The film also stars Ces Quesada, JC de Vera, Jason Abalos, and Victor Neri.

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