• Evan Northrup

November Movie Release Preview


Here at Burbs, we like to keep our followers up to date on everything new in sports, fashion, and culture, of course. This is one of the main reasons why we decided to start a curated list of all the new movies that might be worth a watch each month. With the weather getting colder and the holiday season kicking into high gear, movies are one of the easiest ways to avoid the cold and having to talk to your family at the same time. However, whether you're trying to find a flick that will satisfy the whole gang or just want something spicy to Netflix and chill to, it can be tough to find a movie that everyone agrees on. That's why this list doesn't discriminate between genres or viewing platforms, but is instead designed to offer a diverse list of everything from rom-coms to animated films to dramas (organized by the date of release). If something catches your eye, read our quick synopsis or find out more by watching the movie's official trailer, embedded in the article for your convenience. Happy watching.



Releasing Friday Nov. 1st


Terminator: Dark Fate

Starring: Linda Hamilton, Arnold Schwarzenegger

Platform: Theaters


Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger reprise their classic roles of Sarah Connor and the Terminator, this time working together to protect a young girl from a new and improved murderous cyborg.




The Irishman

Starring: Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci, Al Pacino

Platform: Limited theaters November 1st, Netflix November 27th


Martin Scorsese brings together iconic gangster actors De Niro, Pesci and Pacino to give us the true story of former mob hit man Frank Sheeran, using de-aging technology to portray the actors across a decades spanning saga.




Harriet

Starring: Cynthia Erivo, Leslie Odom Jr.

Platform: Theaters


Director Kasi Lemmons brings us the true story of Harriet Tubman; her escape from slavery and how she courageously returned over and over again to lead hundreds of others to freedom.



The King

Starring: Timothee Chalamet, Robert Pattinson

Platform: Netflix


Timothee Chalamet, known for his role in the coming of age story Lady Bird, portrays a different sort of growing up story as Hal the Prince becomes King Henry V, who must protect his crown from enemies within and without England.



Friday November 8th


Last Christmas

Starring: Emilia Clarke, Henry Golding

Platform: Theaters


The former dragon queen stars as a down on her luck, singing, working Elf in what promises to be the most heartwarming new rom-com of the holiday season.




Midway

Starring: Woody Harrelson, Ed Skrein, Patrick Wilson, Dennis Quaid, Nick Jonas

Platform: Theaters


The story of the WWII Battle of Midway, portrayed from every perspective of the battle by a star studded ensemble cast.



Doctor Sleep

Starring: Ewan McGregor, Rebecca Ferguson

Platform: Theaters


The sequel to Stephen King's hit book and blockbuster movie, The Shining, Ewan McGregor plays Dan Torrance who is now grown up and ready to protect a similarly super powered child from a lurking evil cult.



Tuesday November 12th


Noelle

Starring: Anna Kendrick, Bill Hader

Platform: Disney+


With Disney's new streaming service "Disney Plus" launching this month, the company decided to roll out a couple of fresh originals with the platform. Among them is Noelle, who's main character of the same name sends her brother Santa on vacation the week before Christmas, which becomes a problem when he doesn't come back.




Friday November 15th


Charlie’s Angels

Starring: Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, Elizabeth Banks, Patrick Stewart

Platform: Theaters


The Angels are back! The secret agent, crime fighting trio from 70's television have a whole new look as they put their lives on the line to stop world threatening tech from falling into the wrong hands.




Ford v Ferrari

Starring: Christian Bale, Matt Damon

Platform: Theaters


The true story of Ford car designer Carroll Shelby and his driver Ken Miles who took on the dominant racing champs Ferrari at the 1966 Le Mans.




The Report

Starring: Adam Driver, Jon Hamm

Platform: Theaters November 15th, Amazon Prime November 29th


The true story of Daniel J. Jones (Adam Driver), who discovered the U.S.'s shocking use of torture and intimidation in the CIA's interrogation process after 9/11.




Earthquake Bird

Starring: Alicia Vikander, Riley Keough, Ken Yamamura

Platform: Netflix


A psychological thriller/mystery focused on photography and deception, the film tells the story of an American in Japan who is brought in for questioning after her friend goes mysteriously missing.




Friday November 22nd


Frozen II

Starring: Kristen Bell, Jason Ritter

Platform: Theaters


The characters from the widely beloved film, Frozen, are back with a new task, and they venture into an ancient, enchanted forest to find the source of Elsa's wintery powers.




A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

Starring: Tom Hanks, Christine Lahti

Platform: Theaters


Won't you be my neighbor? An investigative reporter takes a closer look at the larger than life character, Mr. Rogers, played by Tom Hanks.




21 Bridges

Starring: Chadwick Boseman

Platform: Theaters


What starts as a city wide hunt for the murderers of two NYPD officers turns into much more as Detective Andre Davis (Chadwick Boseman) uncovers more than he was expecting.




Wednesday November 27th


Queen and Slim

Starring: Daniel Kaluuya, Jodie Turner-Smith

Platform: Theaters


After killing an aggressive cop in self defense, Queen and Slim must go on the run to protect their freedom, while the country becomes divided over their guilt or innocence.




Knives Out

Starring: Chris Evans, Daniel Craig, LaKeith Stanfield, Katherine Langford, Jamie Lee-Curtis

Platform: Theaters


Promising to be one of the most entertaining movies of the year, this big name cast portrays a dysfunctional family at their father's funeral along with one unexpected guest, a private investigator (Daniel Craig). Now, stuck together in their eccentric father's mansion, he goes to work trying to figure out which member may have murdered their own father.





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