Which 2016 Movie Should You See Based On Your Zodiac Sign?
Tauruses are stubborn leaders who don't let little things like the vastness of space get in the way of them accomplishing their goal. This Star Wars spin-off movie about badass space pilots forging forward into the universe will be an inspiration for Bulls everywhere.
Passionate Scorpios are often misunderstood, as their dark and glamorous exteriors hide a softer, emotional core. A movie about supervillains who end up doing good is about as Scorpio a story as one can get.
Wacky, irreverent, and ever-changing, Deadpool is basically the story of what happens when a Gemini is unleashed to his full potential (and then some!).
Capricorns have an appreciation for the supernatural and love to laugh. Ghostbusters, combining comedy with the occult, was pretty much made for them.
This adaptation of Roald Dahl's book seems a little spooky, but if the film stays true to the plot there's feelings ahoy for anyone who sees The BFG – and if there's anything Cancers know a lot about, it's having their feelings affected by movies.
Virgos are solidly independent and like getting things DONE, just like the fast-talking, hyper-efficient protagonist in Zootopia...who happens to be a bunny. No matter, the sentiment is the same!
Finding Dory may be a fishy movie, but it's sure to pack a feelings punch that a fluid, emotionally sensitive Pisces will appreciate.
Fantastic Beasts has magic, adventure, and lots of cool animals (probably). It's right up a Sagittarius' alley!
Leos run the world! If and when they fail, they tend to come back swinging to end up on top no matter what, which is basically the plot of The Boss starring Melissa McCarthy.
Aquarians often find themselves in unlikely situations, probably because they just roll with whatever happens to them. Central Intelligence is about a guy who ends up in WAY over his head, which is a situation many Aquarians can probably relate to...hopefully with fewer guns and run-ins with the law.
Aries like to pay attention to the world around them, so they like when movies reflect satirical truths about society; the Coen brothers' new movie about the film industry should hit the spot.
Balancing out a movie about war with solid comedy is difficult, but Whiskey Tango Foxtrot looks like it can do it well, which Libras of diverse interests will appreciate.