All The Movies You Can Go See On Christmas Day

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If television marathons and Netflix binges aren't your speed, there's always the movie theater. (That's the place where people used to go en masse to watch films together in a group. What a concept.) Ahead, a list of new releases and some leftover December favorites to see on Christmas Day.

New Releases

"American Sniper"

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What to know: Bradley Cooper gives one of the best performances of his career as Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle.

"Big Eyes"

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What to know: Lana Del Rey's theme song is also called "Big Eyes."

"Into the Woods"

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What to know: Go to the wood!

"Selma"

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What to know: Ava DuVernay's film is the best of 2014.

"Unbroken"

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What to know: Breakout star Jack O'Connell lost a significant amount of weight to play World War II hero Louis Zamperini.

"The Gambler"

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What to know: Mark Wahlberg plays a college professor.

"The Interview"

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What to know: Not a lot written about this one.

Other Options

"Annie"

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What to know: It's a hard-knock life.

"The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies"

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What to know: It's long.

"Exodus: Gods and Kings"

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What to know: It's longer.

"Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb"

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What to know: Watch Robin Williams in one of his final roles.

"Top Five"

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What to know: Chris Rock's comedy is really funny, but also highly controversial.

"Wild"

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What to know: Reese Witherspoon and Laura Dern are really incredible.

"Inherent Vice"

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What to know: Maybe see this one twice.
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