Some of the movies listed here are much anticipated. Every year, there are quite a number of movies to watch in December and 2018 is no different. Most of them have the potential to become huge hits. We truly hope that you will enjoy them
Movies to Watch in December 2018
To list, we have compiled just a few movies that we think you will enjoy as you play your online casino games. Don’t forget to come back with feedback.
This is a superhero film directed by James Wan. The movie is based on the DC Comics character, Aquaman. Arther Curry (Jason Momoa) is the ruler of Atlantis. He gets caught between his people who’re ready to invade the surface and the land dwellers that are polluting the land.
This Sci-Fi action film is directed by Travis Knight. It is based on Bumblebee, the Transformers’ character. Bumblebee takes refuge in a small beach town junkyard in California in 1987. There, a young girl (Hailee Steinfeld) learns of the VW Beetle’s abilities.
Mary Poppins Returns
Rob Marshall directs this musical fantasy film. The film is set in 1935 during the era of the Great Depression in the UK. A grown-up Jane, Michael Banks and his 3 children get a visit from their former nanny (Emily Blunt).
Holmes and Watson
Etan Cohen directs this action-mystery comedy film. The film is generally a humorous take on Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic mysteries. The feature Sherlock Holmes (Will Ferrell) and Doctor Watson (John C. Reilly).
This post-apocalyptic adventure film is directed by Christian Rivers. The movie is based on a novel by Philip Reeve. It’s set in the future. There, huge moving cities move around the earth. Also, there is a disfigured assassin is seeking revenge against her mother’s murderer. She gets help from a low-class apprentice historian.
Mortal Engines is a 2018 post-apocalyptic adventure film directed by Christian Rivers, based on the novel by Philip Reeve. In a future where gigantic moving cities roam the Earth, a disfigured assassin (Hera Hilmer) seeks revenge against her mother’s murderer (Hugo Weaving) with the help of a low-class apprentice historian (Robert Sheehan).