The Best, New Movies In November 2023

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The Best, New Movies In November 2023

As the year inches closer to its grand finale, cinema surprises us with thrilling releases that promise to keep us entertained from the comfort of our homes. November 2023 is no exception, offering an array of captivating movies bound to pique your interest.

From historical epics to animated wonders, this month has it all. Let’s dive into the most anticipated new movies to watch at home this November.

Rustin (November 3)

Director George C. Wolfe, known for his remarkable work on “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,” returns with “Rustin.” This film chronicles the life of Bayard Rustin, a trailblazing gay civil rights activist who organized the iconic March on Washington. Co-written by Dustin Lance Black, the creator of “Under the Banner of Heaven,” “Rustin” features Colman Domingo in the lead role. It’s a powerful story that shines a light on an unsung hero of the civil rights movement, making it a must-watch for history enthusiasts and fans of compelling biographical dramas.

The Marvels (November 10)

Marvel fans, rejoice! “The Marvels” is here to satisfy your superhero cravings. A sequel to “Captain Marvel,” this movie¬†picks up where we last left Carol Danvers, the universe-saving hero. With Brie Larson reprising her role and exciting new characters like Monica Rambeau and Ms. Marvel entering the scene, this installment promises an exhilarating adventure. The prospect of a team-up featuring three formidable female superheroes is enough to have comic-book enthusiasts eagerly awaiting its release.

The Killer (November 10)

David Fincher’s “The Killer” brings an air of mystery and excitement to November. Based on a French graphic novel series, this action thriller reunites Fincher with his “Seven” writer, Andrew Kevin Walker. Starring Michael Fassbender as the enigmatic assassin and featuring Tilda Swinton, this film is poised to take Fincher’s directorial skills to new heights. With a hint of the unknown, “The Killer” promises to be thrilling for fans of suspense and action.

Thanksgiving (November 17)

Eli Roth’s “Thanksgiving” takes a dark turn on the holiday season. Originally a mock trailer in “Grindhouse,” it’s now a full-length feature starring Addison Rae and Patrick Dempsey. The story follows a serial killer who terrorizes a quiet Massachusetts suburb during Thanksgiving weekend. This cult-favorite concept has finally become a reality, and it’s set to deliver the horror and suspense that fans have been eagerly anticipating. Get ready for a spine-chilling Thanksgiving like never before.

Please Don’t Destroy Comedy: The Treasure of Foggy Mountain (November 17)

“Please Don’t Destroy” is the internet comedy sensation making its way to the big screen. Ben Marshall, John Higgins, and Martin Herlihy, the comedic geniuses behind the group, bring us a fresh, untitled comedy project. Starring the trio as childhood friends on a quest to find buried treasure, this film is produced by Judd Apatow and boasts an impressive ensemble cast. With the SNL stamp of approval and Apatow’s comedic expertise, it may become the surprise comedy hit of the season.

Next Goal Wins (November 17)

Taika Waititi’s “Next Goal Wins” promises an inspiring tale of the American Samoa national football team’s improbable journey to qualify for the 2014 World Cup. With Michael Fassbender, Rhys Darby, Elizabeth Moss, and a stellar cast, it’s a heartwarming underdog story. Waititi, fresh from his Oscar win for “Jojo Rabbit,” is set to deliver another cinematic gem. The film’s message of determination and resilience is bound to strike a chord with audiences.

Napoleon (November 22)

Ridley Scott and Joaquin Phoenix reunite for “Napoleon,” a historical epic that traces Napoleon Bonaparte’s ascent to power. Renowned for his ambitious projects, Scott is back in his element, and Phoenix’s talent promises to shine again. “Napoleon” is a cinematic journey through a pivotal chapter in history, and with Scott at the helm, it’s sure to be an unforgettable experience.

Wish (November 22)

Disney’s 62nd animated feature, “Wish,” takes a whimsical journey into the iconic world of Disney. As the studio celebrates its 100th anniversary, this film serves as both a nod to its rich history and a captivating adventure in its own right. Featuring the star that flies above the Disney castle and characters making wishes upon a star, “Wish” is bound to be a delightful and referential celebration of Disney’s legacy.

Saltburn (November 24)

Emerald Fennell, the mastermind behind “Promising Young Woman,” returns with “Saltburn.” This suspenseful thriller centers around an aristocratic English family and features a stellar cast, including Rosamund Pike, Barry Keoghan, and Jacob Elordi. With Fennell’s track record in the genre and Margot Robbie’s LuckyChap Entertainment producing, “Saltburn” promises to be a gripping cinematic experience.

Conclusion

November 2023 brings a diverse selection of movies to our screens, from biographical dramas and superhero spectacles to suspenseful thrillers and heartwarming tales of resilience. This month is a cinematic feast for movies enthusiasts with so many exciting options. Gather your popcorn, sit relaxed, and prepare to be entertained by these exceptional films, all from your home. These movies will leave a lasting impression and provide a memorable cinematic experience as you explore the stories, emotions, and adventures they offer.