Every year Hollywood serves us with movies of different genres in a platter and some of them become a part of our favourites. The year is already ending and we have watched butt loads of movies that have pierced our hearts and given us headaches like never before. Not because they were bad but because they left us thinking. This month also looks similarly promising but we can’t be absolutely sure. So, we’ll leave you with this list of movies releasing this November and let you be the judge.
1) Spotlight: 6th November
Spotlight is a story of a team of journalists that has been especially put together to investigate the allegations made against a priest, John Goeghan, after he was accused of sexually violating 80 boys. The team is led by Robby Robinson and includes Sacha Pfeiffer, Matt Carroll and Michael Rezendez. The movie follows the team as they take the mission in their hands and unravel the cases within the Roman Catholic Church. Director: Tom McCarthy.
Run Time: 2 hours 13 minutes
2) Wrecker: 6th November
What could go wrong when best friends Emily and Lesley plan up a road trip? All it takes is a wrong turn to a deserted road that was actually intended to avoid a highway busy with traffic. Soon they find a tow truck that is after their life. Wrecker depicts what the girls go through while they try and escape the deadly situation. Director: Michael Baffaro.
Run Time: 1 hour 42 minutes
3) Spectre: 20th November
James Bond’s new mission comes from a cryptic message from the past which sends him to Mexico City and then to Rome. He eventuallyends up meeting the widow of an infamous criminal and discovers SPECTRE, a sinister organisation. 007 gives it all to take down SPECTRE and realizes that he shares a surprising connection between himself and the villain. Director: Sam Mendes.
Run Time: 2 hours 30 minutes
4) Creed: 25th November
Adonis Johnson is the son of a very well-known but dead boxing champion, Apollo Creed. Although, Adonis never knew his father but boxing was in his veins. He manages to find Rocky Balboa; the retired champion and an old friend to his father to mentor him. With Rocky’s help, Adonis makes it for the title shot. But it’s left to be seen if he’s worthy of it. Director: Ryan Coogler.
Run Time: 2 hours 12 minutes
5) The Good Dinosaur: 25th November
This animated movie is a light hearted adventure comedy story about a young dinosaur who develops a very unique friendship with a human kid. Director: Peter Sohn.
Run Time: 2 hours 5 minutes
6) Legend: 27th November
Set in the 1960’s, Legend is a fictional story of the identical twin brothers, Ronnie and Reggie Kray, who are touted to be the biggest criminals in the British history. The movie is set to showcase their organised crime empire in London’s East End area. Director: Brian Helgeland.
Run Time: 2 hours 11 minutes
7) Paper Planes: 27th November
After an 11 year old kid, Dylan, wins his school’s paper plane making contest, he and his father bond as Dylan prepares himself for the World Paper Plane Championships taking place in Tokyo. Director: Robert Connolly.
Run Time: 1 hour 36 minutes