For movie lovers, its a new month which means its another time to see new set of movies.
SalasDoePost has been able to gather list of 11 films to watch out for in November.
From Frozen II to The Irishman and Charlie’s Angels, Nicholas Barber picks the 11 films not to miss this November.
Sorry We Missed You : Ken Loach might be 83, but the great British director is as angry as ever about the plight of the working class. With the help of his usual screenwriter, Paul Laverty, he is as adept as ever at making cinema-goers angry, too.
Last Christmas : Queen, Elton John, Bruce Springsteen , The Beatles… they’ve all inspired nostalgic films in the last couple of years. And now it’s George Michael’s turn.
Charlie’s Angels : Hollywood action movies starring women are vanishingly rare. But Hollywood action movies starring women that are written and directed by women, too? Charlie’s Angels is one of the first.
Queen & Slim: Another sign that Hollywood is beginning to change, Queen & Slim is a romantic thriller written and directed by two women of colour.
Frozen II: Wreck-It Ralph aside, Disney never makes proper big-screen sequels to its cartoons, as opposed to cut-price made-for-TV versions. But Frozen was the highest grossing film of 2013 and, until The Lion King remake overtook it, it was the highest grossing animated film ever , so it’s hardly surprising that the studio made an exception in this case.
Harriet Tubman is one of the most heroic figures of the abolitionist movement in the US. Born into slavery into Maryland, the indefatigable Tubman made a daring escape to Philadelphia, and then returned to the South to help free dozens of other slaves.
A Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood
Tom Hanks stars in A Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood as the only American celebrity more saintly than he is.
Agatha Christie ’s murder mysteries are regularly adapted for the screen, but Rian Johnson’s sparkling, star-studded.
Knives Out is something far less common a country-house whodunnit in the Christie tradition, but with a brand new plot and a political agenda all of its own.
It’s been a long wait, but Martin Scorsese has finally made another virtuosic gangster saga with Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci, the stars of Goodfellas and Casino.
Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound
Why do we talk about watching films when listening to them is just as important? That’s the question posed by this enthralling behind-the-scenes documentary, directed by Midge Costin, herself a veteran Hollywood sound editor.
La Belle Époque
Nicolas Bedos’s La Belle Époque is a cross between The Truman Show, Midnight in Paris, and Charlie Kaufman’s high-concept comedies – but it’s faster and funnier than any of them.