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Movies to take the family out to this holiday season

Posted: 1:23 PM, Dec 20, 2018
Updated: 2018-12-20 22:35:20Z
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(KGTV) — With family and friends in town, it's the perfect time to gather everyone for a trip to the movies!

In addition to movies that are already in cinemas, there's plenty to choose from heading to you local theater before year's end.

Here are some options of what's in and coming to theaters this month to check out:

Already out

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse
Rotten Tomato score: 97 percent
Summary: Spider-Man mentors Brooklyn teen Miles Morales to become the next web-slinging superhero.

Dr. Suess' The Grinch
Rotten Tomato score: 57 percent
Summary: When Whoville declares it intends to make Christmas three times bigger this year, The Grinch decides the only way to stop them is to steal Christmas.

Ralph Breaks the Internet
Rotten Tomato score: 88 percent
Summary: Ralph and Vanellope embark into the internet to find a spare game part.

Dec. 19

Mary Poppins Returns
Rotten Tomato score: 78 percent
Summary: The beloved nanny beloved Mary Poppins takes bank teller Michael Banks, his three children and his sister on a magical adventure to save his home.

Dec. 21

Aquaman
Rotten Tomato score: 68 percent
Summary: Aquaman, aka Arthur Curry, finds himself caught between the surface world that ravages the seas and the underwater Atlanteans who are ready to revolt.

Bumblebee
Rotten Tomato score: 94 percent
Summary: In 1987, Autobot Bumblebee finds refuge in a small California town when a 17-year-old in search of her first car revives him and becomes entangled in a much larger story.

Welcome to Marwen
Rotten Tomato score: 24 percent
Summary: As a man tries to recover from a devastating assault that wipes away his memory, he tries to piece together his past and find the strength to triumph over his attackers by creating a miniature WWII town.

Dec. 25

Holmes & Watson
Rotten Tomato score: No score at this time
Summary: Comedians Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly offer a humorous take on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's classic mysteries surrounding Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson.

Vice
Rotten Tomato score: 65 percent
Summary: Vice President Dick Cheney uses his newfound power as second head of the country to reshape the U.S., its policies, and the world.