"Star Wars: The Last Jedi" should continue to rule the box office galaxy through the holidays, but Santa Claus has a sackful of new films for you to unwrap this Christmas weekend.

December 20

"Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle"

Teens get sucked into an old video game becoming the avatars they chose in "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle." It's a re-imagining of the 1995 Robin Williams film. You'll get a kick out of Jack Black as a teen girl. Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart co-star.

Columbia Pictures (PG-13)

"The Greatest Showman"

How about a musical for your holiday? Hugh Jackman stars as circus founder P-T- Barnum in "The Greatest Showman," with music from the Oscar-winning songwriters of "La La Land." Michelle Williams plays Barnum's wife. Disney Channel alums Zac Efron and Zandaya play love interests.

20th Century Fox (PG)

December 22

"Call Me By Your Name"

Plenty of awards buzz for "Call Me By Your Name," nominated for three Golden Globe awards including Best Picture.. and appearing on plenty of "best of" critics lists. Armie Hammer plays a grad student who moves in with a professor's family in Italy for the summer and begins a relationship with his teenage son. Seductive in landscape and storyline.

Sony Pictures Classics (R)


"Downsizing" is the latest movie from Alexander Payne, the director of "Sideways" and "About Schmidt." Matt Damon decides to jump on the new trend of shrinking to five inches tall. Why not help out with over-population, right? It turns out to be a life-changing experience in more than just stature. Christoff Waltz co-stars as a savvy cynic.

Paramount Pictures (R)

"I, Tonya"

She was one of the most talented and reviled figure skating champions of her time after that notorious attack on Nancy Kerrigan. Did she put her "ex" up to it? "I, Tonya" tells the unbelievable true story of Tonya Harding, played by Margot Robbie. Allison Janney plays her mom. Both terrific in this dark comedy.

Neon (R)

"Father Figures"

Speaking of comedy, twins Owen Wilson and Ed Helms thought they knew who their father was. Then they found out mom Glenn Close was lying, and he could be, well, just about anybody! So they set out to track him down in "Father Figures." Terry Bradshaw, J.K. Simmons? Care to place a bet?

Warner Bros. (R)

"Pitch Perfect 3"

They're back for one more round of a capella in "Pitch Perfect 3." Billed as their swan song.. the Bellas reunite for a U-S-O Tour. Rebel Wilson, Anna Kendrick, Hailee Steinfeld all stand their ground in the face of new competition. Are they still in tune with the times?

Universal Pictures (PG-13)

December 25

"All The Money In The World"

"All the Money in the World" is Ridley Scott's movie about the Getty grandson kidnapping case. The project got extra attention when that sex scandal broke and Christopher Plummer replaced Kevin Spacey. They re-shot scenes in a matter of days. Mark Wahlberg and Michelle Williams also star.

TriStar Pictures (R)

"Molly's Game"

Oscar-winner Aaron Sorkin is now trying his hand at directing, too. His debut movie is "Molly's Game."

Jessica Chastain stars in the true life story of Molly Bloom. She ran a high-stakes poker games for the who's who in Hollywood, sports and business. Then she got caught.

STX Entertainment (R)