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  • AmsterDO Movie Wishlist: Films to Watch in December 2016

    The month of December brings lots of new movies along with it! Wonder what films to watch first? Check out our movie wishlist! Here you’ll find the most promising premieres of the month in various genres – something for every taste.

    Office Christmas Party

    Genre: Comedy
    Duration: 105 min
    Release: 8 December
    IMDb Rating: unavailable yet

    Source: IMDb
    Source: IMDb

    After the CEO (Jennifer Aniston) threatens to close Clay’s (T.J. Miller) branch in the company, he throws a big Christmas party in an attempt to impress an important potential client, close the deal and thus save his job. But the party suddenly goes out of control…

    Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

    Genre: Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
    Duration: 133 min
    Release: 14 December
    IMDb Rating: unavailable yet

    Source: IMDb
    Source: IMDb

    Jyn Erso (Felicity Jones) leads a group of ordinary people, unlikely to be heroes, to do something extraordinary and steal the plans to the Death Star. While the movie definitely has all typical for the Star Wars action, it stands out from the rest of the saga. No opening crawl, a diverse cast with a female lead and no sequels following. Sounds pretty special, doesn’t it?

    Collateral Beauty

    Genre: Drama
    Duration: 97 min
    Release: 15 December
    IMDb Rating: unavailable yet

    Source: IMDb
    Source: IMDb

    Have you ever tried writing letters to the Universe? Did it ever respond? The plot of the movie follows Howard Inlet (Will Smith) who, after losing his only child, starts writing letters to Time, Love and Death. And eventually, he gets a response.

    La La Land

    Genre: Comedy, Drama, Musical
    Duration: 129 min
    Release: 22 December
    IMDb Rating: 8.5

    Source: IMDb
    Source: IMDb

    A jazz pianist and an ambitious actress meet and fall in love in Los Angeles. Listen to Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone‘s gorgeous duet, enjoy a touching love story and let the movie remind you of both the joy and pain of pursuing your dreams.

    Passengers

    Genre: Adventure, Drama, Romance
    Duration: 111 min
    Release: 22 December
    IMDb Rating: unavailable yet

    Source: IMDb
    Source: IMDb

    Space traveling has lots of risks and pitfalls. When a spacecraft going to a distant planet has a malfunction in its sleep chambers, two of the passengers are awakened too early. 90 years early, to be precise. Being the only two people not sleeping on the spacecraft, Aurora (Jennifer Lawrence) and Jim (Chris Pratt) begin to fall for each other.

    A Street Cat Named Bob

    Genre: Biography, Comedy, Drama
    Duration: 103 min
    Release: 22 December
    IMDb Rating: 7.3

    Source: Variety
    Source: Variety

    Everyone gets a second chance. But not everyone takes it. The movie tells the story of James Bowen (Luke Treadaway), a drug addict who has just been given a chance to change his life – a ginger street cat. A real, touching and heart-warming story based on the best-seller of the same name.

    Why Him?

    Genre: Comedy
    Duration: 107 min
    Release: 22 December
    IMDb Rating: unavailable yet

    Source: IMDb
    Source: IMDb

    When Ned (Bryan Cranston) visits his daughter Stephanie (Zoey Deutch) at Stanford, he faces the biggest nightmare of his life – his daughter’s boyfriend. The guy is very rich, has absolutely no filter and, from Ned’s point of view, is a completely inappropriate fit for Stephanie.

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