From “Un Padre No Tan Padre” To “Despicable Me 3,” the list for 2017 movies is huge. These are the must-see films for the next year you can't miss.  


We start the list with the thriller “Split,” a fascinating suspense film that believe it or not tells the story of a man who has manifested 23 personalities with only one remaining ready to dominate all the others and emerge as unique. This film stars James McAvoy and Latina actress Anya Taylor-Joy (Morgan and The Witch). Watch the trailer and wait until January 20, 2017 to see it in theaters.

Get Out

Just stepping into the New Year, you can enjoy the film “Get Out,” which tells the story of an African-American young man who travels to his girlfriend’s parents house to meet them for the first time. After a couple of days at the house, he starts discovering surprising facts that he never thought he could find there.

The Great Plan

Starring Matt Damon and Chilean actor Pedro Pascal from "Narcos," this action movie will leave you speechless but you’re going to love it. It tells the story of an elite force making a courageous stand for humanity on the world’s most iconic structure. Go watch it on February 17.

Un Padre No Tan Padre

The new comedy starring Jacqueline Bracamontes, Sergio Mayer Mori, and Benny Ibarra is everything we were asking for. This is the story of an 85-year-old spirited and old-fashioned Mexican father who is kicked out of his retirement home for bad conduct and that brings its own consequences. Don’t miss it on theaters on January 27th.

Everybody Loves Somebody

If you’re into love stories then “Everybody Loves Somebody” will be your film for the next year. Stars Karla Souza as Clara, who confronts her ex-boyfriend at a family wedding after having completely disappeared from her life. Clara will have to decide between going back to the past or opening her heart to new and unexpected possibilities.

You’re Killing Me Susana

In “You’re Killing Me Susana,” we’ll see Eligio (Gael Garcia Bernal) waking up one day to find out his wife has abandoned the house. Later, he finds out she left to another country to study and he decided to follow her. See it on February 17th.

Despicable Me 3

Gru, Lucy, Margo, Edith, Agnes, and of course the Minions, will come back to makes us laugh on "Despicable Me 3." Set to be released on June 30th.

Fist Fight

Another movie you should definitely see next year is “Fist Fight.” Ice Cube and Charlie Day star as high school teachers prepared to solve their differences the hard way in the comedy “Fist Fight,” directed by Richie Keen. Things get real bad when he accidentally crosses the path of his feared colleague, Ron Strickland (Ice Cube), who defies Campbell to an old-fashioned, head-to-head fight on the way out of school. In Theaters, February 17.

A Cure For Wellness

An ambitious young executive is sent to save his company’s CEO from an idyllic but mysterious “wellness center” at a remote location in the Swiss Alps. When he arrives at the center, he is diagnosed with a weird illness which is the same reason the other guests stay locked in this place waiting for a cure. See this one on February 17.


Starring Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart and Richard E. Grant, "Logan" is a reboot of "The Wolverine" and Wolverine's third solo outing. Here he’ll have to defeat Nathaniel Essex with the help of a young girl named Laura Kinney, a female clone of Wolverine. The film is set on 2024 and will be in Theaters on March 3.

The Boss Baby

Have you imagined having a baby as a boss? Well, on this movie you’ll definitely see that coming. “The Boss Baby” wears a suit, speaks with the voice and wit of Alec Baldwin. It’s s a universal story about how a new baby's arrival impacts a family. Must-see. See it on March 31.


Anabelle 2

You already know about this one. Anabelle, the dead baby girl who possessed a doll will scare you even more this time. Get ready for May 19.