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31st Oct 2023

11 must-watch movies coming to the cinema this November

Rory Cashin

Cinema

Some huge Oscar favourites mixed in with some absolutely massive blockbusters hitting your local cinema this month!

We’ve got some good news for you cinema fans, because November is absolutely overflowing with must-see new releases. There are at least two must-watch films hitting your local cinema every week, so you just need to work out the scheduling and go from there!

HOW TO HAVE SEX – 3 Nov
A powerful and incredibly important drama detailing three teenage girls and their first holiday without their parents present. Check out our review of the movie right here.

BOTTOMS – 3 Nov
A very funny and subversive teen comedy about two best friends who set up a self-defence class in the hopes it will help them finally lose their virginities… but things take a turn when they realise they’ve accidentally created a fight club instead.

THE MARVELS – 10 Nov
The latest entry in the MCU picks up from where both WandaVision and Ms. Marvel left off, with Captain Marvel (Brie Larson) finding herself in a complicated situation with two new superheroes who haven’t quite got to grips with their new powers yet.

DREAM SCENARIO – 10 Nov
Nic Cage headlines this fantastically bizarre new comedy about an extremely average man who discovers that he has featured in the dreams of pretty much every single person on the planet. Suddenly thrust into the world of overnight celebrity, he discovers this new lifestyle comes at a cost.

ANATOMY OF A FALL – 10 Nov
Winner of the top prize at this year’s Cannes Film Festival and as close to a sure thing to being nominated for Best International Film at the 2024 Oscars, this French drama tells the story of a woman who is suspected of her husband’s murder, and their blind son who faces a moral dilemma as the sole witness.

THE HUNGER GAMES: THE BALLAD OF SONGBIRDS AND SNAKES – 17 Nov
The prequel to the original Hunger Games movies, this serves as the origin story to both how the Hunger Games came about, and how President Snow (played by Donald Sutherland in the first four movies) came to be the sociopathic dictator we all know and hate.

SALTBURN – 17 Nov
Barry Keoghan stars in this darkly funny psychosexual thriller about a young man and his infatuation with another student (Euphoria’s Jacob Elordi) who attends his college. Check out our review for the movie right here.

THANKSGIVING – 17 Nov
Based on the fake trailer that he created as part of Tarantino’s Grindhouse double-bill, Eli Roth (Cabin Fever, Hostel) directs this new horror set during the very popular American holiday. There will be blood…

MAY DECEMBER – 17 Nov
Todd Haynes (Carol) directs this darkly funny drama an older performer (Julianne Moore) and her younger partner (Charles Melton) who have their lives turned upside down when a younger actress (Natalie Portman) visits them, as part of researching for a new movie about their past.

NAPOLEON – 22 Nov
This historical epic from director Ridley Scott (Gladiator, The Martian) with Joaquin Phoenix portraying the French leader during is legendary rise to power, as well as his relationship with Empress Joséphine (Vanessa Kirby).

WISH – 24 Nov
Tied with the 100th anniversary of Disney, this new animated feature merges the modern-gen computer animation with the look of Disney’s historical watercolour visuals. The voice cast includes recent Oscar-winner Ariana DeBose and Chris Pine.

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