What is coming to Cinemas in November?
Posted 2017-11-09 22:50:05
DADDY'S HOME 2- Friday November,10
Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell may have successfully squashed their feud in 2015’s Daddy’s Home, but when their equally mismatched fathers come to visit for the holidays, a new rivalry heats up.
MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS- November,10
If it's all a little too crowded with characters, Branagh's pacy direction keeps the story zipping along. Despite its dated sensibilities, and Branagh's awkward updates, Murder on the Orient Express remains a lulling, cushiony pleasure.
THREE BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE EBBING, MISSOURI- November,10
One of those truly rare films that feels both profound and grounded; inspirational without ever manipulatively trying to be so. These characters have all known each other most of their lives, and that gives them all a common ground to stand on, even as tragedy puts them directly at odds.
JUSTICE LEAGUE- November,17
Batman (Ben Affleck), Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), Flash (Ezra Miller), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), and Cyborg (Ray Fisher) band together in the absence of Superman (Henry Cavill) to stop a supernatural army wreaking havoc on Earth.
THE STAR- November,17
Steven Yeun, Gina Rodriguez, and Zachary Levi lend their voices to this animated tale of a donkey with big dreams who ends up playing a part in the birth of Jesus. Perfect for families looking for an uplifting faith-based movie to watch with the kids.
Julia Roberts, Owen Wilson, and Jacob Tremblay star in Stephen Chbosky’s adaptation of the best-selling novel about a boy born with a facial deformity trying to fit in at a new school. Between this and The Star, families looking for inspirational entertainment should be set.
The animation juggernaut has once more shown how its storytelling acumen and visual splendors are still the surest dance partners in movies today. The general impression given by this film is of admiration and even respect for the national culture.
DARKEST HOUR- November,22
There aren't thrilling dramatic insights to be found here, but Wright's showboating is unflaggingly watchable. The new movie about Winston Churchill's rise to leadership in World War II could actually be a prequel to this summer's Dunkirk. It is about the decisions made that led to Operation Dynamo. It could even be a bigger Dunkirk Cinematic Universe.
THE MAN WHO INVENTED CHRISTMAS- November,22
The equivalently satisfying story of how the English author conceived his beloved yuletide novella - while offering a chance for a splendidly cast Christopher Plummer to play Ebenezer Scrooge in the process enough enjoyable Masterpiece Theater-style moments to entice Anglophiles and those who can never get enough of Ebenezer Scrooge.
CALL ME BY YOUR NAME- November,24
In attaching sinuous style and casual sexiness to a universal ache, [Luca] Guadagnino has come away with real wisdom. Sweet and salty, his movie burns like a suntan. The final beats of Guadagnino's adaptation galvanize two hours of simmering uncertainty into a gut-wrenchingly wistful portrait of two people trying to find themselves before it's too late.