With all of the family home for the holidays, what better way to spend December than going to the Movies day after day? As per usual, the final month of the year is loaded with worthy contenders at the box office, from blockbusters to award-season darlings. There's more than enough going on for every filmgoer to dig into something in December. At the end of the day, though, these are the four picks if you're limited to just four showings next month.

'Father Figures'

The silly one of the bunch, "Father Figures" does little to prevent a new premise.

Two adult brothers discover that they don't know their birth father and go in search of him, meeting strange characters along the way. Yet something about the trailer for the Movie suggests that this could be one of the most uproarious movies of December. Owen Wilson and Ed Helms star as the brothers, while the cast of potential fathers includes J.K. Simmons, Christopher Walken, and former NFL great Terry Bradshaw. [December 22]

'The Disaster Artist'

"The Room" is often considered one of the worst movies of all-time, so it was only a matter of time before the 2013 film become fodder for Hollywood in of itself. "The Disaster Artist" takes a comedic look at the creation of that movie, a biographical opportunity to turn the camera on to the industry.

The film stars both James and Dave Franco, marking the first time the two brothers are collaborating with one another in their careers. [December 1]

'Phantom Thread'

A film about a dressmaker who costumes London royalty in the 1950s doesn't sound like the most exciting period piece in cinema history. So why is it one of the must-see movies next month?

According to the actor himself, this will be the final role of Daniel Day-Lewis' career. Widely considered one of the greatest actors of his generation, everybody will be intrigued to see if he can turn one final Oscar-worthy performance before he takes his final bow. [December 25]

'Star Wars: The Last Jedi'

No list of upcoming movies would be complete without "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" topping the list.

Much more Luke Skywalker than last time around, hopefully. The continued development of some fresh canonical characters. The final bow for the late, great Carrie Fisher, aka Princess Leia. Porg. If you haven't already purchased your tickets for this film, there's a chance you won't be seeing it until it's curtains for 2017. [December 15]