Here are 11 best movies coming to Netflix in November that are worth your time.
Netflix has now become the life for our survival and fortunately Netflix keeps us on our feet with new releases every month. This November you will laugh, cry, smile and enjoy the holiday season with a wide range of movies bought to you by Netflix.
This month, the streaming giant has the great Emma Stone comedy “Easy A,” John Singleton’s groundbreaking drama “Boyz n the Hood,” Stanley Kubrick’s classic “A Clockwork Orange” and some Netflix originals “Hillbilly Elegy,” the documentary “Shawn Mendes: In Wonder;” and Kurt Russel returns in “The Christmas Chronicles: Part Two.”
11 Best Movies Coming to Netflix in November
1. “A Clockwork Orange” (Available November 1)
Stanley Kubrick takes Anthony Burgess’ novel to create a dark satire, a misfit’s antics in a dystopian Britain and creates one of his most memorable works. We see Beethoven-obsessed Alex (Malcolm McDowell) whose violent acts and erotic dreams lead him to become the Guinea pig for a radical rehabilitation therapy.
2. “Boyz n the Hood” (Available November 1)
John Singleton focuses on the hardships and struggles a group of high school going friends living in South Central Los Angeles. It would go on to become a defining work by Singleton and launch the careers of Cuba Gooding Jr., Nia Long, and Ice Cube. The title of the movie is based on N.W.A rap song written by Ice Cube.
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3. “Easy A” (Available November 1)
This smart 2010 high school comedy keeps getting better with age.Emma Stone plays Olive Penderghast, a high schooler who finds herself caught in the vicious rumour mill that spirals out of control leading her from being anonymous to infamous and her coming to be known as the school tramp, she eventually embraces this provocative behaviour.
4. “Ocean’s Eleven” (Available November 1)
Steven Soderbergh remakes the Frank Sinatra-led Rat Pack movie with stars George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, Don Cheadle, and Julia Roberts in an elaborate heist of $160 million from three Las Vegas casinos. With a variety of songs to spice up the movie.
5. “Platoon” (Available November 1)
Charlie Sheen, Willem Dafoe, and Tom Beranger stared in Oliver Stone’s gripping look at the men who fought in the Vietnam War confronting a dilemma between moral crises and duality of humans. The infighting that builds within a platoon that’s on the brink of insanity.
6. “Fruitvale Station” (Available November 12)
Ryan Coogler’s feature direction with a debut look at the final day in the life of Oscar Grant III (Michael B. Jordan), who in 2009 was killed by an officer at the Bay Area’s Fruitvale station. The movie gives a glimpse at the skills of Coogler and Jordan, which would lead them both to become A-list stars in the years that followed.
7. “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2” (Available November 15)
This sequel may not be as perfect as the first, but it is still a fun time as Flint Lockwood (voiced by Bill Hader) realizes his food-making machine is still working and has created food-animal creations. It is based on children’s book and loosely filmed.
8. “Whose Streets?” (Available November 16)
This is a powerful and socially activating documentary that gives a look at a community taking stand after a 18-year-old boy Mike Brown is killed by a police officer. It would launch a global movement and outrageous activities.
9. “Shawn Mendes: In Wonder” (Available November 23)
“I sing with no tension, my voice is strong and healthy. You first get on the stage and …”This documentary chronicles the rise of singer/songwriter Shawn Mendes. It shows his life, struggles, decisions, tours and much more.
10. “Hillbilly Elegy” (Available November 24)
What’s being set up as an Oscar contender for Netflix, here Ron Howard adapts the hit book that looks at an Appalachian family struggling to find the American dream as the protagonist delves into the history of his family.Casting Amy Adams, Glenn Close, Haley Bennett, and Freida Pinto star.
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11. “The Christmas Chronicles: Part Two” (Available November 25)
After narrowly pulling off Christmas in the last movie, Kurt Russell returns to play Santa for another adventure. This time with more Goldie Hawn as Mrs. Clause. Hold your seats for the horror of Christmas being cancelled forever.