Whether it’s a holiday tradition or an excuse to get your family out of the house for a few hours, there are some great movies to see on Christmas Day.
“Aquaman” led the Christmas releases at the box office this weekend with $72 million.
With a PG-13 rating, it’s the perfect flick for teens and adults looking to dive into the underwater kingdom of Atlantis.
For the younger crowd, “Mary Poppins Returns” might just be the choice for you.
The movie picks up decades after Mary Poppins’ first visit to the Banks house. The beloved nanny swoops in to work some magic as the family deals with a personal loss.
If “Aquaman” isn’t the superhero for you, have no fear. “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” is here.
The film is a fresh take on the world of Spider-Man with a unique visual style. Plus, a stellar cast with Shameik Moore, Jake Johnson, Chris Pine, Hailee Steinfeld, Mahershala Ali, Nicolas Cage and Liev Schreiber.
Want a Christmas movie for the family to enjoy? Check out “The Grinch,” presented by Illumination and Universal Pictures. The grumpy green guy plots to ruin Christmas for Whoville, but has a change of heart.
If none of those caught your eye, a whole lineup of other films will be playing:
- Holmes And Watson
- Ralph Breaks the Internet
- The Mule
- Mortal Engines
- Second Act
- Welcome To Marwen
- Mary Queen Of Scots
- The Favourite
AMC Theater on Firetower Rd. in Greenville had 14 movies playing with 64 movie show times, and Greenville Grande had had 13 movies with 58 showings.
In 2014, the Washington Post reported Christmas Day movie revenue spiked to over $200 million.
Show times will vary on Christmas Day, so be sure to check ahead and see what movies are playing near you.
Also, be sure to order your tickets online or a few hours in advance to ensure you get the movie and show time that works best with your Christmas schedule.