5 films to watch this November to help keep you excited and in suspense.
Trust me, this flms will spice up your day thereby keeping you entertained
Supernova is a tender tearjerker that offers not one but two of the year’s finest performances.
Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci star as Sam and Tusker,
a pianist and a novelist who has been a happy couple for many years but doesn’t have much time left together.
Tusker has early-onset dementia, so he and Sam drive their battered camper van to the scenic English Lake District,
where they visit Sam’s sister and ponder what to do with the rest of their lives.
Sensitively written and directed by Harry Macqueen,
2.Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula
Just when we thought the living-dead genre had been done to death, Sang-ho Yeon’s high-speed Train to Busan hurtled onto our screens in 2016.
It proved to be that rare thing: a blood-soaked zombie-apocalypse action-movie which garnered rave reviews. Shaun of the Dead director Edgar Wright tweeted that it was “the best zombie movie I’ve seen in forever”.
In the sequel, a soldier living in Hong Kong is paid to return to undead-infested South Korea to retrieve a truckful of loot.
Best known as an actress,
Clea DuVall (Veep, The Handmaid’s Tale) directs and co-stars in this romantic comedy about a woman (Kristen Stewart) who goes to stay with the family of her girlfriend (Mackenzie Davis) for Christmas.
She plans to propose while she’s there, without realizing that her girlfriend hasn’t come out to her parents.
Francis Lee follows his triumphant debut, God’s Own Country, with another passionate gay love story set against a backdrop of wild English landscapes.
But Ammonite has a bigger budget and bigger stars. Kate Winslet plays Mary Anning, the Victorian fossil hunter whose discoveries on the Dorset coast made her a heroine to paleontologists,
but who was never quite accepted by male scientists in her lifetime? Saoirse Ronan plays Charlotte Murchison, an aspiring geologist who visits Anning’s home in Lyme Regis.
Going through each story line,you would agree with that this films are great!
Earlier this year,
Wendy retold the story of Peter Pan as an American indie fantasy drama.
Next year, there’s Peter Pan and Wendy, with Jude Law as Captain Hook.
And in the meantime, we’ve got Come Away, a prequel to both Peter Pan and Alice in Wonderland written by Marissa Kate Goodhill.
The first live-action film to be directed by Brenda Chapman (Brave),
Come Away reimagines Peter and Alice as a brother and sister who live in Victorian England with their loving parents (Angelina Jolie and David Oyelowo).
A family tragedy prompts them to retreat into fantasy worlds populated by strange caricatures of the people they know. Michael Caine cameos, and Anna Chancellor
This films will make up your day!