Best November Movies That You Need to Watch

November Movies

As the weather turns colder, it is the perfect time to enjoy a new movie indoors. However, what movies are worth seeing and what movies aren’t? Of course, not just any movie is worth your time and money. We get that. That’s why we combed through the listings and found the very best November movies that you need to watch–and after our winning picks last month, you know you can trust us! Which ones of these November movies are on your schedule? Let us know in the comments.

Thor Ragnarok, November 2, 2017

Who is Thor without his hammer? Well, in this movie we get to find out.This movie starts with the evil and powerful Hela destroying Thor’s hammer and she goes on to try and rule Asgard. So, he gathers a team including Valkyrie, Loki, and the Hulk. This movie being touted as the best one Marvel has released and it’s poised to set up the next Avengers epic so be ready, if you’re worthy, of course. This is our pick for the best November movies you need to see this month!

Last Flag Flying, November 3, 2017

This story follows three Vietnam war veterans 30 years after their service. On this mission, though, they’re trying to give one of the veteran’s – Doc’s – sons the burial he deserves after dying in service in Iraq. They forego the Arlington burial, though, and opt for a trip up the coast to New Hampshire instead. On the way, the men find themselves reminiscing and coming to terms with their own service.

Singularity, November 3, 2017

This movie stars John Cusack and follows a more science fiction route than others on our list. Cusack’s character has created an artificial intelligence named Kronos to protect the Earth. The problem is that Earth’s biggest threat is humanity itself. Now, two young humans are trying to find their way to a village where the machines can’t go as Kronos tries to save the Earth from the human menace.

Daddy’s Home 2, November 10, 2017

Now that father and stepfather have figured out how to parent together, a new curveball is thrown into the mix: Their fathers are coming to town for Christmas. Once again we see the comedic dynamic of a rather goofy character pitted against a slick, ready-for-anything character. This makes for the perfect comedy to kick off the holidays. Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell reprise their roles and Mel Gibson and John Lithgow join the mayhem.

Justice League, November 17, 2017

After the death of Superman, the world is reeling from attacks on all sides. To combat this, a new superhero team rises – the Justice League. Wonder Woman, Batman, The Flash, Cyborg and Aquaman come together for the first time in the DC cinematic universe to protect the world from destructive forces. This movie works to bring DC Comic’s superhero world back to life after a couple less than great Superman efforts and a pretty solid Wonder Woman story. When it come to November movies, this is a can’t miss.

Revolt, November 17, 2017

Much like Singularity, this movie follows a threat of extinction to humanity. This time, though, they are running from aliens, not robots. Instead of taking a stance of running and hiding, this movie follows a group as they try to defeat the alien menace that is threatening humans with extinction.

Darkest Hour, November 22, 2017

Darkest Hour is a historical movie, one that takes a look at the British Prime Minister Winston Churchill during the second World War. It takes special note of his personality and difference from other British leaders, what made him unique. It also shows a more political side about the war against Hitler and the Nazis.

My Friend Dahmer, November 3, 2017

If you are looking for a slightly more sinister movie, then My Friend Dahmer might be just the movie you are looking for. This movie is based on the bestselling graphic novel by the same name. This story follows that of a young Jeffrey Dahmer in high school, played by Ross Lynch. It shows an in-depth look at how he became the man that we know him as today and definitely one of the best November movies you should consider.


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